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Newsletter 139 - Sept 2005

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Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme
2 Editorial
2 Our President
3 The Special General Meeting: an explanation
3 Special General Meeting - 24th September 2005
4 Minutes of the Annual General Meeting - 28th May 2005
15 Reginald G. Haggar, Hon M Univ, RI, ARCA, FRSA
16 Saving the Sutherland Papers
17 Reports of Meetings
17 23rd April 2005 : Bodley: the people and their pots Margaret Crumpton
21 28th May 2005 : English Ceramics in Australia Terry Lockett
24 Summer Visit - Mortimer Wheeler House, Museum of London
26 "A Hale Publican" Tony Thomas
28 "Separating Miles Mason Early Teaware Patterns from the WML Partnership and Thomas Wolfe" Des Scanlon
40 "Joseph Poulson" Robert Cumming
41 "If only cups could talk" Joyce & Derek Chitty
44 "A Bulb Pot from Factory Z?" Harold Blakey
48 "A New Version of the Dagger Border Pattern" Trevor Markin
50 "The Mystery of Thomas Mason" Pam Gardner
54 A Turner Plaque? - Not this Time Robert Copeland, Catriona & David Maisels
57 Another 1820s Royal Flute teaware factory Rob Fisk
60 A Danish Liaison: A Little Learning is a Dangerous Thing! Robert Copeland
61 Correction Hilary Young
61 Daniel Patterns Robert Copeland
62 Help Wanted and Help Given
63 Potteries Jotteries No. 97 Rodney Hampson
64 Book Reviews
71 Museums News
74 Diary