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Word: gazette

Definition: official periodical publication; newspaper


Sentences Containing 'gazette'

A place of business in London like Tellson's place of business in Paris, would soon have driven the House out of its mind and into the Gazette.
If it had concerned either of the political parties, depend upon it, it would have appeared in the Gazette with the earliest intelligence.
There was much scribbling pro and con upon the occasion; and finding that, tho' an elegant preacher, he was but a poor writer, I lent him my pen and wrote for him two or three pamphlets, and one piece in the Gazette of April, 1735.
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