A Diplomatic Whistleblower in the Victorian Era The Life and Writings of E. C. Grenville-Murray

A Diplomatic Whistleblower in the Victorian Era The Life and Writings of E. C. Grenville-Murray Foreword8 Preface Preface to the Second Edition (online) List of Ac-ronyms and Abbreviations List of Illustrations Prologue 1. Powerful Patrons ‘A thousand scrapes’ Palmerston and Dickens Caught out by ‘Lord Fiddlededee’ 2 .‘The Roving Englishman’ Arise, ‘Sir Hector Stuble’! British diplomacy – ‘a lugubrious farce’ Satire and ano-nymity 3. Revenge of the ‘Cousinocracy’ Exiled to Mytilene Locked out ‘Are you, or are you not, the “Roving Englishman”’? Persian pun-ishment Ordeal at Odessa Dismissed by ‘Count von Quickmarch’ 4. The Queen’s Messenger ‘Ho, All Ye Who Have Suffered Wrong!’ The ‘Coachington’ affair – and jumping bail 5. A ‘Literary Manufac-tory’ in Paris A family business A ghost at the siege The production line The cult of mystery The ennobling grievance Epilogue Appendix 1 Grenville-Murray’s books: anonymous, pseudonymous, and signed Appendix 2 Grenville-Murray’s articles in the Cornhill Magazine Appendix 3 Key Primary Sources Free Online References Illustra-tions Index
 
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G. R. BERRIDGE
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