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Newsletter 169 - Mar 2013

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Contents

Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme
2 Editorial
3 Annual General Meeting Agenda
4 Meeting Reports:
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
61 Books
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
70 Diary
72 Publications