Author:David Urquhart

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David Urquhart
(1805–1877)
Scottish politician
David Urquhart

Works[edit]

  • Turkey and its Resources (1833)
  • England, France, Russia and Turkey (1834)
  • The Spirit of the East: a Journal of Travels through Roumeli (1838), in 2 vols.
  • An Exposition of the Boundary Differences between Great Britain and the United States (1839)
  • The Crisis; or France before the Four Powers (1840)
  • Diplomatic Transactions in Central Asia (1841)
  • An Appeal against Faction (1843)
  • The Annexation of the Texas: a Case of War between England and the United States (1844) [1]
  • Reflections on Thoughts and Things (1844)
  • Wealth and Want; or Taxation, as influencing Private Riches and Public Liberty (1845)
  • Statesmen of France and the English Alliance (1847)
  • Europe at the Opening of the Session of 1847 (1847) [2]
  • Debates on Motion for Papers with a view to the Impeachment of the Right Honourable Henry John Temple, Viscount Palmerston (1848)
  • The Pillars of Hercules; or, A narrative of travels in Spain and Morocco in 1848 (1850), in 2 vols.
  • The Mystery of the Danube (1851) [3]
  • Progress of Russia in the west, north, and south, by opening the sources of opinion and appropriating the channels of wealth and power (1853) https://archive.org/details/progressofrussia00urqu/page/n6
  • Recent Events in the East (1854) [4]
  • The War of Ignorance and Collusion: its Progress and Results (1854)
  • The Occupation of the Crimea (1854)
  • The Home Face of the "Four Points" (1855)
  • Familiar Words as affecting the Character of Englishmen and the Fate of England (1855)
  • The Lebanon: a History and a Diary (1860), in 2 vols.
  • Materials for a True History of Lord Palmerston (1866)
  • Appeal of a Protestant to the Pope to restore the Law of Nations (1868)
  • The Ottoman Empire under Abdul Medjid (1868)

Works about Urquhart[edit]

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