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Newsletter 170 - June 2013

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Contents

Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme
2 Editorial
3 Notices
4 Meeting Reports:
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
68 Books
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
78 Diary
79 Potteries Jotteries No. 128 Rodney Hampson
80 Publications