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London Gazette

London Gazette

London Gazette

London Gazette

London Gazette

London Gazette

London Gazette

London Gazette

Yard, Robert (c. 1651-1705), administrator and editor of the London Gazette

BILL, Peter Anthony (born 1947), author; columnist: London Evening Standard (formerly Evening Standard), since 2007; Estates Gazette, since 2009

BECK, Adam (1857 - 1925), Member, Legislative Assembly, Province of Ontario, Canada, 1905–19; Chairman of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission since 1906; President, London Health Association since 1910; gazetted Colonel of the Canadian Militia, 1912; MFH of the London Hunt, London, Ontario

1021. Lichfield. W. 6 Oct. '84. John Ryland. Address: To Mr Ryland Merchant in London. Postmark: 8OC. Historical Soc. of Pennsylvania.—Literary Gazette 8 Dec. 1849.

MAXWELL, William (died 1947), JP County of the City of Aberdeen; Director, Aberdeen Journals, Limited, 1928; Editor, Aberdeen Journal and Aberdeen Press and Journal, 1910–27; previously on the literary staffs of the London Standard, Pall Mall Gazette and St James’s Gazette, and the Scotsman; President, Scottish Unionist Association, 1935–36

SPRINGFIELD, Lincoln (died 1950), chief reporter of The Star for the first five years of its existence; editorial staff of Pall Mall Gazette throughout late H. C. Cust’s editorship; news editor of Daily Mail for first five years of its existence; formed a company to purchase London Opinion, 1909, and edited it until 1924

MAITLAND, Adam (1885 - 1949), late Chairman of Directors, The Pall Mall Gazette and Globe; Chairman of the Berry Hill Collieries, Ltd, and of the Berry Hill Brickworks, Ltd; Director of the London Board of the Royal Exchange Assurance; MP (C) Faversham Division, 1928–45; JP Henley-on-Thames; Chairman of Departmental Committee on Costs and Maintenance of Hospitals, Sanatoria and other Municipal Buildings; Member of Joint Select Committee on Water Resources of the Country; Committee Chairman, House of Commons; Member of Select Committee on National Expenditure; Former Member of Surrey County Council and Vice-Chairman, Coulsdon and Purley Urban District Council; Vice-President, Association of Municipal Corporations; Vice-President, National Association of Building Societies; President National Fire Brigades’ Association

 

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England’s first newspaper. Initially the Oxford Gazette, it was founded by Henry Muddiman in 1665—when King Charles II removed the Court to Oxford—becoming the London Gazette in 1666. Established to ...

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