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|3||Society Meetings||Roger Pomfret, Chairman|
|4||Diana Darlington - an appreciation||Terence A Lockett, President|
|5||The Cumming Research Foundation|
|5||Cold Plates||Pat Halfpenny|
|6||Liverpool and other Porcelain||Lionel Burman|
|7||Liverpool Ship Bowls||Rose Meldrum|
|10||Potteries Jotteries||Rodney Hampson|
|11||The Bullers Pyrometer||Peter Jones|
|12||Viewpoints - Blades of London||L A Compton|
|16||Crystal Ware - an unusual mark||Clarice and Harold Blakey|
|18||A rare pad-mark||Derrick Kay|
|19||An unidentified documentary coffee can||Dr Nigel T Cooke|
|20||A Green Glazed Flagon||Jeremy T Stedman|
|21||Cross Currents (the Hanley Spitfire)||Barry T Lomax|
|22||The Shank'd Shape - c.1790-1810||Roger Edmundson|
|24||Danish Views on teawares||Gilbert Versluys|
|25||A Sewell Nursery Plate||Alwyn and Angela Cox|
|26||A 'Tyneside Group of Pottery'||Steven Moore|
|27||Commercial practices - sub-contracting||L A Compton|
|28||Vernon's Noiseless Patent||John Potter|
|31||The Minton Insurance Policies||Anthony Evans|
|33||The London Pottery Company||Ron Morley|
|35||An important Bovey Tracey discovery||Anthony Thomas|
|36||Rathbone Porcelain - the SJR Mark||Miranda Skinner|
|37||A Turner Creamer?||Marjorie Thacker|
|39||Unpublished research||L A Compton|
|40||Help Given and Help Wanted|
|44||Exhibitions, Seminars and Lectures|