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Newsletter 157 - Mar 2010

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Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme
2 Editorial
3 Agenda - Annual General Meeting
4 Reports of Meetings
4 24th October 2009 : Tyne and Wear Pots and Coal from Shore to Ship Tom Walford
9 24th October 2009 : Porcelain comes to Staffordshire Maurice Hillis
11 28th November 2009 : The British Dust-Pressed Tile: a collector's survey Roger Hensman
14 28th November 2009 : Josiah Wedgwood and the 3 Ts Kathy Niblett
16 Summer Visit - 26th June 2010 - Castle Museum, Nottingham
17 Summer School Bursaries Announcement
17 Addendum to William Weston circa 1753-1833: His Place in History Pam Gardner
18 Factory Z Patterns on WML Porcelain - Corrections Alan Sharpe
19 A Ferrybridge Mortar Graham Oliver
20 Bidston Hill Signalling Station on Pottery - Follow up Chris Proud
21 Hicks, Meigh & Johnson (HMJ) 1822-1835 - Named Underglaze Transfer Printed Earthenwares Austin Wragg
27 Progress on Pad Marks - Riley Corrections and Reconsiderations David Beaton
33 More Pots with Pad Marks - Connections with New Hall Pat Preller
37 William Baddeley's Bough Pots David Pendergast
43 Yet Another Pad Mark! John Evans
44 A-Mark Porcelain: Still a Conundrum? Peter Leighton
48 Monochrome Redux John Harbold
51 Samuel Alcock & Company: Late Pattern Numbers on Porcelain Teawares Murray Pollinger
55 Potteries Jotteries No. 115 Rodney Hampson
56 Books
58 Museums News
62 Diary
64 Publications