St James's Gazette
St James's Gazette was a London evening newspaper published from 1880 to 1905.
The paper was founded by H. H. Gibbs, later Baron Aldenham, a Conservative banker. Its first issue was on 31 May 1880, and its first editor was Frederick Greenwood, who brought with him staff from the Pall Mall Gazette.
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