"Historians do not seem to have given Harriet credit for the closeness of her collaboration with Urquhart, though it must be clear to all who go to the source documents."

  
1. Urquhart, a supporter of Circassian independence, persuaded James Bell to send his schooner Vixen with a cargo of salt into an area closed off by the Russians as a challenge to their authority.

  
2.  ‘David Urquhart and the Eastern Question, 1833-37: a study in publicity and diplomacy’ / G H Bolsover Journal of Modern History (Dec 1936) p.44


  
3. Karl Marx Frederick Engels Collected works. — London : Lawrence & Wishart, 1975-. — vol.39, p.395


  
4. ‘The Old radicalism and the new: David Urquhart and the politics of opposition, 1832-1867’ / Miles Taylor In: Currents of Radicalism / ed. E F Biagini & A J Reid (Cambridge: CUP, 1991). — p.25

  
5. A Liberal state at war: English politics and economics during the Crimean War / Olive Anderson. — London : Macmillan, 1967. — p.146


  
6. David Urquhart: some chapters in the life of a Victorian knight-errant of justice and liberty / Gertrude Robinson. — Oxford : Basil Blackwell, 1920. — p.251


  
7. David Urquhart: some chapters in the life of a Victorian knight-errant of justice and liberty / Gertrude Robinson. — Oxford : Basil Blackwell, 1920. — p.251


  
8. Letter from David Urquhart (Jnr) to Gertrude Robinson, 3 May 1920. — Balliol College, Oxford: Urquhart Bequest: Box 6


  
9. ‘The Feast of kébôbs: a reminiscence’ / Mary Montgomerie Currie Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine (Apr 1904) pp.459-81


  
10. ‘David Urquhart and the West Riding Foreign Affairs Committees’ / Asa Briggs The Bradford Antiquary (1962) pp.197-207


  
11.  Briggs is commenting here on the letter from John Waddington to John Johnson, 17 Feb 1858. — Balliol College, Oxford: Urquhart Bequest: I G10


  
12. ‘David Urquhart and the West Riding Foreign Affairs Committees’ / Asa Briggs The Bradford Antiquary (1962) p.205; note 16


  
13. Life of Cobden / John Morley. — London : Fisher Unwin, 1881. — p.101



  
14. DNB. — vol.20; pp.43-5



  
15. Bygones worth remembering / George Jacob Holyoake. — London : Fisher Unwin, 1905. — vol.2;  p.267


  
16. …and Mr Fortescue: a selection from the diaries from 1851 to 1862 of Chichester Fortescue, Lord Carlingford / ed. Osbert Wyndham Hewett. — London : John Murray, 1958. — p.70

  
17. ‘Mr Urquhart's readings in history’ Bath Chronicle (2 Aug 1855) p.2



  
18. Bathing: how to do it, when to do it, and where to do it / Edgar Sheppard. — Second ed. — London : Robert Hardwicke, 1866. — p.30. — (Originally published July 1865 in Journal of Mental Science)

  
19. A Memoir of Mrs Urquhart / Maria Catherine Bishop. — London : Kegan Paul, 1897. — p.138


  
20. Letter from David Urquhart (Jnr) to Gertrude Robinson, 3 May 1920. — Balliol College, Oxford: Urquhart Bequest: Box 6


  
21. Letter from A E Robinson to Harriet Urquhart, May 1877. — Balliol College, Oxford: Urquhart Bequest: I N1


  
22. Lady Currie was, perhaps, better known as the author of poetry and novels written under the name of Violet Fane.


  
23. ‘The Feast of kébôbs: a reminiscence’ / Mary Montgomerie Currie Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine (Apr 1904) p.472


  
24. Letter from Ahmed Khan to David Urquhart, translated for him by Charles Wells, [1863]. — Balliol College, Oxford: Urquhart Bequest: I J9.11a iv


  
25. Letter from Hassan of Circassia to David Urquhart, translated for him by Charles Wells, [1863?]. — Balliol College, Oxford: Urquhart Bequest: I J9.11b


  
26. Unpublished thesis: The activities and influence of David Urquhart, 1837-56, with special reference to the affairs of the Near East / Margaret H Jenks. — (PhD), University of London, 1964. — p.312

  
27. Letter from John Johnson to Miss Curtis, 1 Jul 1862. — Balliol College, Oxford: Urquhart Bequest: I G24.3


  
28. TNA PRO: BT31 30704/2070



  
29. …and Mr Fortescue: a selection from the diaries from 1851 to 1862 of Chichester Fortescue, Lord Carlingford / ed. Osbert Wyndham Hewett. — London : John Murray, 1958. — p.16

  
30. …and Mr Fortescue: a selection from the diaries from 1851 to 1862 of Chichester Fortescue, Lord Carlingford / ed. Osbert Wyndham Hewett. — London : John Murray, 1958. — p.54

  
31. …and Mr Fortescue: a selection from the diaries from 1851 to 1862 of Chichester Fortescue, Lord Carlingford / ed. Osbert Wyndham Hewett. — London : John Murray, 1958. — p.75

  
32. A Memoir of Mrs Urquhart / Maria Catherine Bishop. — London : Kegan Paul, 1897. — p.2


  
33. Letter from Benjamin Morrell to David Urquhart, 19 Feb 1861. — Balliol College, Oxford: Urquhart Bequest: I 10.6


  
34. Letter from David Scott to [John Johnson], 12 Apr 1861. — Balliol College, Oxford: Urquhart Bequest: I 7


  
35. Letter from Thomas Dean to Harriet Urquhart, 6 Jul 1874. — Balliol College, Oxford: Urquhart Bequest: I G1.a


  
36. Contemporary usage of the word shampooing in the context of the Turkish bath implied a scrub down combined with a body massage as practised in Turkish hammams to this day

  
37. A Memoir of Mrs Urquhart / Maria Catherine Bishop. — London : Kegan Paul, 1897. — p.196


  
38. ‘The Baths at Riverside’ St Albans Times (May 1860)



  
39. Letter from John Harlow to Harriet Urquhart, 28 Nov 1859. — Balliol College, Oxford: Urquhart Bequest: I G1.a


  
40. Unpublished thesis: The activities and influence of David Urquhart, 1837-56, with special reference to the affairs of the Near East / Margaret H Jenks. — (PhD), University of London, 1964. — p.335-6

  
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