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|3||Annual General Meeting Agenda|
|4||3rd November 2012: Fabulous Flight & Barr|
|6||24th November 2012: Punch and Punch Bowls|
|9||NCS 167 - Mason Earthenware -A Correction||Des Scanlon|
|10||Classical Ladies Revisited and the Archery Lesson||Alan & Janet Tomlinson and Sheila French|
|14||Lady Charlotte - An Image of Inspiration||Barbara Tomkins|
|17||Life in the Potteries||Colin Andrew|
|26||The Burdett-Coutts Service||Alan Sharp|
|35||Samuel Gilbody of Liverpool, Potter||David Atherton|
|37||The Alhambra Pattern and its Various Incarnations||Merilyn Hoysted|
|44||The Green Flower Band Group of Caneware||David M Pendergast|
|52||Spode Willow Pattern Thoughts and ... a Little Bit of Italian||Pam Woolliscroft|
|56||A Postscript and a Prompt||Pamela Gardner|
|57||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|63||American Ceramic Circle Book Award 2011|
|64||Museum News||Deborah Skinner|
|68||Exhibition at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge|
|69||Potteries Jotteries No. 127||Rodney Hampson|