Author:Eustace Clare Grenville Murray

Eustace Clare Grenville Murray
(1824/1819–1881)
English journalist, was the illegitimate son of Richard Grenville, 2nd Duke of Buckingham

WorksEdit

  • The Vicissitudes of Titles,” in Littell's Living Age, 140(1806) (1879)
  • Droits et Devoirs des Envoyes Diplomatiques (1853)
  • The Roving Englishman in Turkey (1854), reprinted from 'Household Words'
  • Pictures from the Battlefields (1856)
  • Sport and its Pleasures (1859)
  • The Oyster: where, how, and when to find, breed, cook, and eat it (1861)
  • The Member for Paris: a Tale of the Second Empire (1871)
  • Men of the Second Empire (1872)
  • Men of the Third Republic (1873)
  • Young Brown; or the Law of Inheritance (1874), originally serialised in the 'Cornhill Magazine,'
  • The Boudoir Cabal (1875)
  • French Pictures in English Chalk (1876-1878)
  • Turkey: being Sketches from Life (1877)
  • The Russians of To-day (1878)
  • Round about France (1878)
  • Lucullus, or Palatable Essays (1878)
  • Side Lights on English Society; or Sketches from Life, Social and Satirical (1881), in 2 vols.
  • High Life in France under the Republic (1884)
  • Under the Lens: Social Photographs (1885), in 2 vols.

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