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Newsletter 154 - June 2009
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|3||Reports of Meetings|
|3||28th February 2009 : Pottery Problems, Burleigh Solutions||Jemma Baskeyville|
|5||28th February 2009 : Redecoration: when and where||John Sandon|
|8||28th March 2009 : Open Study Day on Chetham & Woolley Stonewares Identification & Evidence for Chetham & Woolley||Colin Wyman|
|9||28th March 2009 : From Genealogy to Pottery||Elaine Chetham|
|14||28th March 2009 : A new kind of pottery .... for the finest description of ornament||Nick Berthoud|
|17||Summer Visit - Harris Museum, Preston|
|18||Winter Weekend Report||Mary White|
|30||Winter Weekend Bursary||Caroline Jordan|
|31||Miles Mason & Thomas Wolfe||Michael Berthoud|
|33||Another Episode of the Archers||Clare & Alan Walker|
|35||Sandbach & Co., 64 Deansgate, Manchester||Rodney Hampson|
|38||A Print of Falstaff on a Factory Z Jug||Trevor Markin|
|39||W(***) Basalt Teapot is not a London Shape: Consequences for my W(***) Hypothesis||Michael Bailey|
|42||A Salesman came to Staffordshire to sell a Patent||Peter Roden|
|50||Progress on Pad Marks - A Riley Link?||David Beaton|
|59||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|61||Erratum to NCS Journal. vol 25. p75 - Lancaster Delftware Kiln||Emlyn Roberts.|
|62||Potteries Jotteries No. 112||Rodney Hampson|
|63||The Cumming Ceramic Foundation - Scholarship 2010|
|64||Obituary - David Drakard||Paul Holdway|
|66||Obituary - Sadia Walsh||Terry Lockett|