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Newsletter 152 - Dec 2008

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Contents

Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme
2 Editorial
3 Reports of Meetings
3 12th-17th August 2008 : Summer School 2008 at the University of Chester
10 27th September 2008 : Factory Z Michael Berthoud
12 27th September 2008 : Minton Transfer Printed Designs 1800-1940: a look at some surviving copper printing plates Peter Hyland
14 Open Study Day - Saturday March 28th
14 A note about the February meeting Lyn Hillis
15 Joesph Burn & Company Marked Broseley Printed Plate Paul Fawcett
17 Barlow of Leeds and Sheffield Harold Blakey
20 The Inspiration for Turner's 'Archery Lesson' Sprig David M. Pendergast
25 Four Plates for the German Market Jack Cockerill
28 Three Cheers for Napoleon (and Guy Green of Liverpool) David Atherton
33 An Unrecorded Rockingham Vase L. D. & M. Leader
35 "Jumper Jugs" and the York Spring Meeting of 1807 Dr Alwyn Cox
41 Valentin Close, potter and flint merchant Trevor Markin
43 A Group of Moulded Pearlware Tea Canisters Lois Roberts
48 Additional Points to 'Some Inexplicable Oddities' Mike Williams
49 Help Wanted and Help Given
50 Potteries Jotteries No. 110 Rodney Hampson
51 Book Reviews
53 Obituary - Gilbert Bradley Maurice Hillis
55 Museums News
58 Diary
59 Appeal for Funds by the Friends of the Spode Museum
60 Publications