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|3||Reports of Meetings|
|3||29th October 2005 : Tinglaze to Bone China: an overview of Liverpool ceramics||Maurice Hillis|
|5||29th October 2005 : The Depiction of the Sea on Tinglaze Earthenware||John Black|
|7||26th November 2005 : Clarice Cliff - True Innovator or Clever Copier||Charles Dawson|
|12||26th November 2005 : Our Home in the West: Staffordshire Potters and their emigration to America in the 1840s||Miranda Goodby|
|15||Correction to Report of Summer School|
|16||Ridgway Basalt||Trevor Kentish|
|18||Exploiting the Power of Copper Plate Analysis||Des Scanlon|
|24||Billingsley, Brampton, Wells - Collections & Connections||Pam Gardner|
|29||Pots & Custom||Emlyn Roberts|
|31||Ceramic Designs in The National Archives||David Beaton|
|34||Simeon Shaw 1785-1859||Rodney Hampson|
|36||Separating Miles Mason from Thomas Wolfe - New Evidence||Des Scanlon|
|39||With thanks to the Newsletter - The Underglaze V factory .... part 2||Rob Fisk|
|44||Paintings of Deer on Pearlware Bowls||Roger Edmundson|
|45||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|47||Potteries Jotteries No. 99||Rodney Hampson|
|59||Summer Visit - Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge|
|60||Obituary - Derek Chitty|
|62||Obituary - Denis Blake Roberts|
|64||Agenda - AGM - 27th May 2006|