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Newsletter 142 - June 2006
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|3||Reports of Meetings|
|3||25th February 2006 : Brownfield Porcelain: 1871-1900||Tim Peake|
|6||25th February 2006 : Home & Abroad: differing tastes in Chinese blue and white porcelain||Robert McPherson|
|10||25th March 2006 : The London Biscuit Porcelain Manufactory of George & Douglas Cocker||Tony Lonton|
|10||25th March 2006 : Tinglaze Pottery, People & Time||Alan Caiger-Smith|
|14||Early Miles Mason Copper Plates - Part II||Des Scanlon|
|20||T. H. & Co and the Bengal Tiger||Catriona & David Maisels|
|21||A Polychrome Caughley Mug||Charles Bawden|
|23||The Teawares Museum||Terry Lockett|
|24||Summer Visit - 24th June 2006|
|26||A Machin Sucrier?||Douglas Adderley|
|28||Separating Miles Mason from WML and Thomas Wolfe||Des Scanlon|
|39||Succefs to the Royal British Bowmen: The Neale Cup in the 18th-century World of Archery||David M. Pendergast|
|43||Factory Z Jug with Alternate Handle||Ann Kinne|
|44||The Mercury Supper Lectures: 12 Memorable Years||Peter Hyland|
|45||Early Knottingley/Ferrybridge Marks & Wares||Alwyn & Angela Cox|
|50||Shipment of Worcester Porcelain to Bristol down to the River Severn in the 1750s: a preliminary report||Sam Cole|
|56||New Dudson Impressed Mark Discovered||Paul Fawcett|
|57||Potteries Jotteries No. 100||Rodney Hampson|
|69||Diary and Exhibitions|
|71||Obituary - Norman Stretton||Maurice Hillis|