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|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|
|65||Cumming Ceramic Research Foundation 2011 Scholarship|
|66||Museum News||Deborah Skinner|