4 edition of Edinburgh Gazette found in the catalog.
|Statement||Stationery Office Books|
|Publishers||Stationery Office Books|
|LC Classifications||July 20, 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 132 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
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[ ] Publication [ ] The Edinburgh Gazette is published on Tuesdays and Fridays, and it includes official notices relating to matters of state, Parliament, planning, transport, and public finance, as well as and notices. Complete sets of the Gazette are available at The National Archives the Guildhall Library and many university and reference libraries. Author: Great Britain Her Majesty's S. This page has no affiliation with the serial or its publisher. This is a record of a major.
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The Gazette is the official publication carrying a record of official notices, regulatory and legal information covering details of state, parliamentary, ecclesiastical, transport and planning matters as well as corporate and personal insolvency notices. A History of the London Gazette 1665-1965: HMSO, 1965 The Gazette is also published in Belfast and Edinburgh. js", "xtb" xtb "loadSite", "6735". Occasionally, a first name was recorded as an initial only.
The Gazette also publicised bankruptcy notices but will only mention those that were imprisoned for debts or went through the courts and not those who paid off their creditors and therefore avoided an appearance at court. Its content consists of legal and official announcements from Edinburgh Gazette Government, the Scottish Executive, the Parliaments at Westminster and Holyrood, the Armed Forces, local authorities, churches, companies and private citizens.
Date: 1699- History: The Edinburgh Gazette, along with the London Gazette Edinburgh Gazette the Belfast Gazette, is an official newspaper of the United Kingdom government. The newspaper was first published in November 1665 as the Oxford Gazette following the plague of 1665 which forced King Charles II to move the court from London to Oxford. The old website has a useful section with guides, FAQs and links.
Honours and awards and recruitment From 1870 notice of civil service recruitment and examinations for all grades including postal staff working for the Post Office which, until 1969 was a government department.
TSO was created in 1996 following the privatisation of HMSO which continues to operate as part of The National Archives.
1699-present: The has all of the notices that appeared in this newspaper.