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Newsletter 149 - Mar 2008

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Contents

Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme
2 Editorial
3 Reports of Meetings
3 27th October 2007 : Welsh Porcelains
5 27th October 2007 : The Shards from Brownlow Hill
8 24th November 2007 : A Slice of Life
9 24th November 2007 : Gordon & Moria Forsyth
10 Summer Visit - Edinburgh
12 Another Caneware Maker Surfaces David M. Pendergast
14 SPIKED -how many survive? Bob Kemp
17 More on Valentine Close, Potter and Flint Merchant (1746-1822) Trevor Markin
18 Cornish Cobalt Noel Michell
21 "William Weston circa 1753-1833: His Place in History Pam Gardner
24 A Teapot Bearing the Arms of Marke of Liskeard Colin E. Hanley
33 Classical Ladies Patterns Alan & Janet Tomlinson
38 Addendum - Some Inexplicable Oddities Bob Kemp
38 Update - Some Inexplicable Oddities Geoffrey A. Godden
39 Melbourne & Swinton: Some Answers Alwyn & Angela Cox
40 Itinerant Traders - update Emlyn Roberts
43 The Dating of Glass-Bottomed Mugs Colin and Freda Wharf
45 Potteries Jotteries No. 107 Rodney Hampson
46 Book Reviews
48 Transferware Collectors Club - 2008 Research Grant
49 Museums News
52 Diary
54 Publications
56 Annual General Meeting - AGENDA