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Newsletter 150 - June 2008
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|3||Reports of Meetings|
|3||23rd February 2008 : Chelsea Porcelain||John Mallet|
|5||23rd February 2008 : Focus on a Pot: A Chinese Bowl?||Peter Roden|
|7||23rd February 2008 : Tin Glazed Tiles||Jim Gray|
|7||Scholarship Award Announcement|
|7||Meeting Reports||Lyn Hillis|
|8||August Summer School|
|9||Winter Weekend Bursary|
|9||Meeting - 25th October 2008|
|10||Wedgwood's Potato(e) Pasty: A Postscript||David M. Pendergast|
|15||Tin Glazed Tiles - An Overview||Jim Gray|
|23||The Don Pottery's "Italian Landscape" Transfer-Prints||Dr Alwyn Cox|
|28||A Chesterfield British School Temperance Hall Plate||Graham Oliver|
|29||A Brameld Russian Royal Commemorative Plate||Dr Alwyn Cox|
|34||Brown Saltglaze Stoneware Production in the Broseley Area: Evidence from Spout Lane||Michael Ursinus|
|37||The Follow On Tottenham 1 - Dudson 3||Paul Fawcett|
|39||A Tale of two Moneyboxes||Rodney Hampson|
|41||'Spectacles tree', another variation of the pearlware 'pagoda and fence' pattern||Mike Macphail|
|43||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|48||Potteries Jotteries No. 108||Rodney Hampson|
|53||The Spode Museum Trust|
|54||Obituary - S. Robert Teitelman - 1917 to 2008||Alan Smith|