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The Tatler & Bystander: Christmas Number November 18th 1954 (Volume CCXIV No. 2784)

Water Colour by Francis Russell Flint [Cartoons by Ionicus]


(Book #ID 89507)

Published London: Illustrated Newspapers Ltd., November 18th 1954. 1954.

Publisher's original stapled colour illustrated magazine paper covers. 12'' x 9''. 68 pages. Double page colour water colour across the middle by Francis Russell Flint 'The Queen's Return'. In Very Good clean condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Historic 'The British Gazette' Original Broadsheet Newspaper | No. 5 Monday, May 10th, 1926

Winston S. Churchill [Edited by]


(Book #ID 97433)

Published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London Monday, May 10th, 1926. 1926.

Original Broadsheet newspaper, 4 pages. This is an original newspaper and not a replica edition. The British Gazette was a short-lived British newspaper published by the Government during the General Strike of 1926. One of the first groups of workers called out by the Trades Union Congress when the general strike began on 3 May were the printers, and consequently most newspapers appeared only in very brief and truncated form. The Government therefore decided to replace them with an official publication which was printed on the presses of The Morning Post, a right-wing but traditionalist paper which later merged with The Daily Telegraph. Winston Churchill, then Chancellor of the Exchequer but formerly a journalist, took the initiative and guided the British Gazette's editorial line with the paper largely produced by the Organisation for the Maintenance of Supplies. The Gazette (No. 1) first appeared on the morning of 5 May, 1926. It was highly patriotic and condemnatory of the strikers, becoming a very effective means of propaganda for the government. The TUC produced its own paper, the British Worker (subtitled Official Strike News Edition) to attempt to counter it. The Gazette easily outsold its rival, with circulation rising from more than 200,000 copies for the first issue to more than 2,000,000. From issue 4, the masthead contained the invitation "Please pass on this copy or display it". The Gazette ran to only eight editions before the strike collapsed; the last edition had the headline "General Strike Off". Tanning to the edges and folded across the centre. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Historic 'The British Gazette' Original Broadsheet Newspaper | No. 6 Tuesday, May 11th, 1926

Winston S. Churchill [Edited by]


(Book #ID 97434)

Published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London Tuesday, May 11th, 1926. 1926.

Original Broadsheet newspaper, 4 pages. This is an original newspaper and not a replica edition. The British Gazette was a short-lived British newspaper published by the Government during the General Strike of 1926. One of the first groups of workers called out by the Trades Union Congress when the general strike began on 3 May were the printers, and consequently most newspapers appeared only in very brief and truncated form. The Government therefore decided to replace them with an official publication which was printed on the presses of The Morning Post, a right-wing but traditionalist paper which later merged with The Daily Telegraph. Winston Churchill, then Chancellor of the Exchequer but formerly a journalist, took the initiative and guided the British Gazette's editorial line with the paper largely produced by the Organisation for the Maintenance of Supplies. The Gazette (No. 1) first appeared on the morning of 5 May, 1926. It was highly patriotic and condemnatory of the strikers, becoming a very effective means of propaganda for the government. The TUC produced its own paper, the British Worker (subtitled Official Strike News Edition) to attempt to counter it. The Gazette easily outsold its rival, with circulation rising from more than 200,000 copies for the first issue to more than 2,000,000. From issue 4, the masthead contained the invitation "Please pass on this copy or display it". The Gazette ran to only eight editions before the strike collapsed; the last edition had the headline "General Strike Off". Tanning to the edges and folded across the centre. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Historic 'The British Gazette' Original Broadsheet Newspaper | No. 7 Wednesday, May 12th, 1926

Winston S. Churchill [Edited by]


(Book #ID 97435)

Published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London Wednesday, May 12th, 1926. 1926.

Original Broadsheet newspaper, 4 pages. This is an original newspaper and not a replica edition. The British Gazette was a short-lived British newspaper published by the Government during the General Strike of 1926. One of the first groups of workers called out by the Trades Union Congress when the general strike began on 3 May were the printers, and consequently most newspapers appeared only in very brief and truncated form. The Government therefore decided to replace them with an official publication which was printed on the presses of The Morning Post, a right-wing but traditionalist paper which later merged with The Daily Telegraph. Winston Churchill, then Chancellor of the Exchequer but formerly a journalist, took the initiative and guided the British Gazette's editorial line with the paper largely produced by the Organisation for the Maintenance of Supplies. The Gazette (No. 1) first appeared on the morning of 5 May, 1926. It was highly patriotic and condemnatory of the strikers, becoming a very effective means of propaganda for the government. The TUC produced its own paper, the British Worker (subtitled Official Strike News Edition) to attempt to counter it. The Gazette easily outsold its rival, with circulation rising from more than 200,000 copies for the first issue to more than 2,000,000. From issue 4, the masthead contained the invitation "Please pass on this copy or display it". The Gazette ran to only eight editions before the strike collapsed; the last edition had the headline "General Strike Off". Tanning to the edges and folded across the centre. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Historic 'The British Gazette' Original Broadsheet Newspaper | No. 8 Thursday, May 13th, 1926 | Lead Story to the Front Cover Headline: General Strike Off

Winston S. Churchill [Edited by]


(Book #ID 97436)

Published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London Thursday, May 13th, 1926. 1926.

Original Broadsheet newspaper, 4 pages and last ever edition No. 8 of 'The British Gazette' which ceased publication on this day. This is an original newspaper and not a replica edition. The British Gazette was a short-lived British newspaper published by the Government during the General Strike of 1926. One of the first groups of workers called out by the Trades Union Congress when the general strike began on 3 May were the printers, and consequently most newspapers appeared only in very brief and truncated form. The Government therefore decided to replace them with an official publication which was printed on the presses of The Morning Post, a right-wing but traditionalist paper which later merged with The Daily Telegraph. Winston Churchill, then Chancellor of the Exchequer but formerly a journalist, took the initiative and guided the British Gazette's editorial line with the paper largely produced by the Organisation for the Maintenance of Supplies. The Gazette (No. 1) first appeared on the morning of 5 May, 1926. It was highly patriotic and condemnatory of the strikers, becoming a very effective means of propaganda for the government. The TUC produced its own paper, the British Worker (subtitled Official Strike News Edition) to attempt to counter it. The Gazette easily outsold its rival, with circulation rising from more than 200,000 copies for the first issue to more than 2,000,000. From issue 4, the masthead contained the invitation "Please pass on this copy or display it". The Gazette ran to only eight editions before the strike collapsed; the last edition had the headline "General Strike Off". Tanning to the edges and folded across the centre. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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The Illustrated London News (Double Number) | Saturday, June 4, 1898 | Number 3085 Volume 112 | Lead Story to the Front Cover Headline: The Funeral of Mr. Gladstone

William Ewart Gladstone PC FRS FSS (29 December 1809 - 19 May 1898) was a British statesman and Liberal politician. In a career lasting over 60 years, he served for 12 years as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, spread over four terms beginning in 1868 and ending in 1894. He also served as Chancellor of the Exchequer four times.


(Book #ID 100542)

Published by The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd., Milford Lane, London Saturday, June 4, 1898.

Broadsheet newspaper, 40 pages with pictorial supplement. Small chips to the top corners of the front cover, rubbing of the paper down the spine of the outside covers in Very Good condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Historic 'The British Gazette' Broadsheet Newspaper | No. 7 Wednesday, May 12th, 1926

Winston S. Churchill [Edited by]


(Book #ID 100546)

Published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London Wednesday, May 12th, 1926.

Broadsheet newspaper, 4 pages. This is a replica edition. The British Gazette was a short-lived British newspaper published by the Government during the General Strike of 1926. One of the first groups of workers called out by the Trades Union Congress when the general strike began on 3 May were the printers, and consequently most newspapers appeared only in very brief and truncated form. The Government therefore decided to replace them with an official publication which was printed on the presses of The Morning Post, a right-wing but traditionalist paper which later merged with The Daily Telegraph. Winston Churchill, then Chancellor of the Exchequer but formerly a journalist, took the initiative and guided the British Gazette's editorial line with the paper largely produced by the Organisation for the Maintenance of Supplies. The Gazette (No. 1) first appeared on the morning of 5 May, 1926. It was highly patriotic and condemnatory of the strikers, becoming a very effective means of propaganda for the government. The TUC produced its own paper, the British Worker (subtitled Official Strike News Edition) to attempt to counter it. The Gazette easily outsold its rival, with circulation rising from more than 200,000 copies for the first issue to more than 2,000,000. From issue 4, the masthead contained the invitation "Please pass on this copy or display it". The Gazette ran to only eight editions before the strike collapsed; the last edition had the headline "General Strike Off". Tanning to the edges and folded across the centre. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Historic 'The British Gazette' Broadsheet Newspaper | No. 7 Wednesday, May 12th, 1926

Winston S. Churchill [Edited by]


(Book #ID 100547)

Published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London Wednesday, May 12th, 1926.

Broadsheet newspaper, 4 pages. This is a replica edition. The British Gazette was a short-lived British newspaper published by the Government during the General Strike of 1926. One of the first groups of workers called out by the Trades Union Congress when the general strike began on 3 May were the printers, and consequently most newspapers appeared only in very brief and truncated form. The Government therefore decided to replace them with an official publication which was printed on the presses of The Morning Post, a right-wing but traditionalist paper which later merged with The Daily Telegraph. Winston Churchill, then Chancellor of the Exchequer but formerly a journalist, took the initiative and guided the British Gazette's editorial line with the paper largely produced by the Organisation for the Maintenance of Supplies. The Gazette (No. 1) first appeared on the morning of 5 May, 1926. It was highly patriotic and condemnatory of the strikers, becoming a very effective means of propaganda for the government. The TUC produced its own paper, the British Worker (subtitled Official Strike News Edition) to attempt to counter it. The Gazette easily outsold its rival, with circulation rising from more than 200,000 copies for the first issue to more than 2,000,000. From issue 4, the masthead contained the invitation "Please pass on this copy or display it". The Gazette ran to only eight editions before the strike collapsed; the last edition had the headline "General Strike Off". Tanning to the edges and folded across the centre. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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