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Eustace Clare Grenville Murray (1824–1881)

Murray, Grenville. An English miscellaneous writer; born Oct. 2, 1824; died at Passy, France, Dec. 20, 1881. He was in the diplomatic service 1845–68. A voluminous writer, among his works were: ‘Dudley Cranbourne’ (1845), a novel; ‘The Roving Englishman’ (1854); ‘Embassies and Foreign Courts’ (1856); ‘The Member for Paris’ (1871); ‘Young Brown’ (1874), both novels; ‘Turkey’ (1877); ‘The Russians of To-day’ (1878); ‘Under the Lens, Social Photographs’ (2d. ed. 1885); etc.