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|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|