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Newsletter 158 - June 2010

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Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme
2 Editorial
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
56 Books
58 Museum News
62 Diary
64 Publications