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Newsletter 146 - June 2007

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Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme
2 Editorial
3 26th-28th January, 2007 - Winter Weekend "Collections & Collecting Beatrice Stocks
10 Summer Visit
11 Reports of Meetings
11 24th February 2007 : English Porcelain Sauceboats of the 18th Century Nick Panes
13 24th February 2007 : Elegance & Utility - How the Designs of Susie Cooper gave her 'Success on a Plate' Charles Dawson
15 24th March 2007 : Samuel Alcock & Company, 1825-1859: a Construct Murray Pollinger
17 24th March 2007 : Focus on a Pot Peter Mobbs
18 24th March 2007 : Pottery Pints - Mainly Mocha Bob Slatcher
21 A Mislabelled Sewell Jug? John Addeny
23 Scholarship Award Announcement
23 On-Line Petition
24 Isleworth Marks. Fact or Fiction? Geoffrey A. Godden
39 More Mexborough Money Boxes Keith Docker
43 More Dudson Products Associated with other Manufacturers Clare and Alan Walker
45 The "Semi China" mark on Chinoiserie Jugs and Mugs Ian Harvey
47 The Melbourne Pottery Ian Turner
54 A Lowestoft Red Herring John Bussey
65 Help Wanted and Help Given
66 Potteries Jotteries No. 104 Rodney Hampson
67 Books
70 Museums News
73 Diary
76 Publications