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Newsletter 158 - June 2010
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|2||Index on Line|
|3||Reports of Meetings|
|3||27th February 2010 : The Swansea London Warehouse||Jonathan Gray|
|7||Winter Weekend Report - 29th-31st January 2010||Laura Gray|
|8||Three Whitehaven (???) Bone China Jugs Dated1844, 1845, 1847: No, Three Hilditch Jugs!||Tony Lonton|
|9||Summer Visit to Nottingham Castle Museum|
|10||A Musical Jug||Hilary & Tony Thomas|
|12||A View of Hunslet Near Leeds||Alan & Janet Thomlinson|
|15||Richard Hawkins Crystal Palace and Brighton||Howard Coutts|
|21||W(***) Tea Canister. A New Shape||Michael Bailey|
|24||Dating Mason's Early Ironstone and Semi-China||Des Scanlon|
|32||Riley and the Comma Handled Group of Jugs||David Beaton|
|34||Turner's and Neale's Satyr Mugs||David M. Pendergast|
|41||On Some Copper Plates||Charles & Jean Bawden|
|44||Progress on Pad Marks - Chetham & Robinson||David Beaton|
|52||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|54||Potteries Jotteries No. 116||Rodney Hampson|
|55||The Cumming Ceramic Research Foundation - Scholarship Award 2010|
|55||Amendment - Hicks, Meigh & Johnson||Austin Wragg|