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|3||Minutes of the AGM - 27th May 2006 - Chester|
|13||Reports of Meetings|
|13||29th April 2006 : Manx Wreck: Adams and the West Indian Market in the 1830s||Peter Davey|
|13||29th April 2006 : Merseyside and North Wales Life and Commerce, 1780-1840, as seen on Pots||Peter Hyland|
|16||27th May 2006 : Dudson Staffordshire Figures||Alison Morgan|
|18||Summer Visit - Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge|
|19||Miles Mason Copper Plates Part III - Tea Bowls||Des Scanlon|
|25||The Rural Scenery Series from the Goodfellow Factories in Burslem and Tunstall||Peter Goodfellow|
|42||A Newly Identified Manufacturer of Cane Coloured Earthenware||David Pendergast|
|45||Itinerant Traders and Country Pottery||Emlyn Roberts|
|52||Dudson or Ridgway||Harold and Rosie Cooke|
|54||New Dudson Impressed Mark - Further Information - Place Names on Dudson Jugs||Clare Walker|
|55||New Dudson Impressed Mark - Further Information - Design Registers in the National Archives at Kew (TNA)||David Beaton|
|57||Moustache shape||Greg Freear|
|59||A New Publishing Venture by the NCS|
|61||Potteries Jotteries No. 101||Rodney Hampson|