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|3||Minutes - Annual General Meeting|
|12||Reports of Meetings|
|12||29th May 2010 : Some Hampshire Case Studies: Ceramics from the Mysterious South: 1672-2008||Neil Hyman|
|15||Summer Visit - Nottingham Castle Museum||Lyn Hillis|
|16||Patterns 812 and 841||Ian Harvey|
|26||Staffordshire Potters 1784-1790||Rodney Hampson|
|29||They've Done it Again||Audrey Dudson|
|30||W(***) Vase Intended for Silver Lustre||Michael Bailey|
|32||Packing Straw||Kathy & Paul Niblett|
|34||Regency Minton's Mysterious Pattern 777||Duncan Langford|
|36||The English Pottery Industry in 1814||Rodney Hampson|
|37||Chatsworth in Derbyshire: The Seat of his Grace the Duke of Devonshire, 1775||Ann Kinne|
|38||A Possible Maker of the Gypsy Pattern||Peter Stovin & Brian Penfold|
|39||Cannonballs from Canton||Peter Sanders|
|42||Polychrome Decorated WML Porcelain - Update||Alan Sharp|
|44||Is There A Sloping Neck Canister Factory?||David Doxey|
|49||The Numbers on Wilson Game Pie Dishes||David M Pendergast|
|53||The Godden Collection of Blue and White Porcelain||David Beaton|
|57||Additional Information: A View of Hunslet Near Leeds||Alan & Janet Tomlinson|
|58||Potteries Jotteries No. 117||Rodney Hampson|
|62||Obituary - Allen Grace||Lois Roberts|
|68||Help Wanted and Help Given|