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.
The St James's Gazette represented the more intellectual and literary side of Tory journalism in opposition to the new Liberalism, more of a daily review than a chronicle of news.
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