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Newsletter 146 - June 2007
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|3||26th-28th January, 2007 - Winter Weekend "Collections & Collecting||Beatrice Stocks|
|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|
|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|