Examples from the Web for intelligencer
Since it looked more vigorous with each passing hour, I saw myself on the payroll of the Intelligencer for a long time to come.
Is a state newes-monger; and his owne genius is his intelligencer.Microcosmography|John Earle
Both of these expedients had long ago been put forth by contestants in the Intelligencer.
You want to get on the Intelligencer, you want to get in at once, and you have had no previous experience.Moon-Face and Other Stories|Jack London
I went back to the Intelligencer office with the springy step of a man who acknowledges no master.
British Dictionary definitions for intelligencer
Word Origin and History for intelligencer
1580s, "spy, informant," agent noun from intelligence. Meaning "bringer of news" is from 1630s; as a newspaper name from 1640s.