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Newsletter 170 - June 2013
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|4||25th - 27th January 2013: Winter Weekend (2 reports)|
|8||23rd February 2013: The Best in not too Good for You - Slipware in Context||David Barker|
|10||23rd February 2013: Thomas Wolfe Master Potter of Liverpool and Stoke||Philip Miller|
|13||Indexes to NCS Publications||Peter Roden|
|14||Silly Putti: A Guide to Cupid, Cherubs, Putti, and Bacchanalian Boys||David M Pendergast|
|18||A Don Pottery Coffee (and Tea) Service from the Barker Period, 1839-1850||Jaap Otte|
|21||'From Cumnock to Compton' - Update||Louise Boreham|
|22||The Use of the Wedgwood & Co Mark at Ferrybridge||Alan Tomlinson|
|26||Sarah Jones / 1778: An Inscribed and Dated Swinton Teapot Reclaimed||Alwyn and Angela Cox|
|34||Is There A Sloping Neck Canister Factory? - An Update||David Doxey|
|40||The Kew Design Registers Go Online||David Beaton|
|43||Alfred Crowquill - His Association with Samuel Alcock||Robert Cluett|
|55||The Brameld Peafowl Pattern||Lois Roberts|
|56||A Lady of Remarkable Ability||Colin Andrew|
|64||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|70||Obituary - Dr Richard Barrett (Sam) Cole||Maurice Hillis|
|72||Museum News||Deborah Skinner|
|76||The 2013 Cumming Ceramic Research Foundation Scholarship|
|77||Summer Visit to the National Museum of Wales||Deborah Skinner|
|79||Potteries Jotteries No. 128||Rodney Hampson|