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Newsletter 148 - Dec 2007
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|3||Reports of Meetings|
|3||29th September 2007 : The Enoch Wood Paper Archive Part 1|
|3||29th September 2007 : Pottery and Porcelain in the Bristol Museum|
|11||The Summer School 2007|
|15||Through the Glass Darkly: The Myths Surrounding Glass-Bottomed Mugs||David Pendergast|
|20||A Connection Between the Hawley and Don Potteries||Graham Oliver|
|22||W(***), Silver Lustre, and John Hancock||Michael Bailey|
|27||The Chrysanthemum (? Charles Bourne) Group of Ceramics||David Beaton|
|36||One Stroke of the Graver - from Thomas Wolfe to Miles Mason||Des Scanlon|
|42||Two for One: Early 19th-Century Dual-ware Ceramics||David Pendergast|
|45||W(***) - The Whitehead Porcelain Fallacy||Michael Bailey|
|48||Some Inexplicable Oddities||Bob Kemp|
|54||More on Melbourne||Rodney Hampson|
|56||A Bursary for the Summer School|
|56||The Melbourne Saga||Robin Gurnett|
|57||Charles Vyse - Correction||David Beaton|
|57||Charles Vyse - Amendment - Appendix D|
|58||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|60||Potteries Jotteries No. 106||Rodney Hampson|
|65||An Important date for your Diary|
|71||Exciting Update about the Summer School|