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Newsletter 161 - Mar 2011

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Contents

Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme
2 Editorial
3 Reports of Meetings
3 27th November 2010 : .... the Sincerest Form of Flattery or Jumping on the Bandwagon? Mary White
8 27th November 2010 : William Gough's Brown Moor Pottery, near Leeds, 1739 -77 Tony Lonton
18 The Last Ceramic Weekend at the Chatsworth Hotel
20 Samuel Alcock Designs in New York Geoffrey Godden
23 Two New Dudson Teapots and a Possible New Shape Tony Curnock
27 Spode and Floral Artists Colin Andrews
32 Named Views on Spode Porcelain John Harbold
42 Mayer to Keeling & Co. and the Dale Hall Pottery/ Works, Burslem Colin Andrews
48 A Bequest of New Hall Porcelain to the Fitzwilliam Museum from W M Keynes, MD, FRCS (1924 -2009) Julia E Poole
50 More on Blue V Patterns 812, 814 and Rathbone Robert Fisk
57 A Retro Cup and Saucer Peter Leighton
58 Help Wanted and Help Given
63 Potteries Jotteries No. 119 Rodney Hampson
64 Books
65 Cumming Ceramic Research Foundation 2011 Scholarship
66 Museum News Deborah Skinner
70 Diary
72 Publications