Chronological Bibliography of Thomas Patrick Hughes
Some Account of the Afghans and of the Church Missionary Society’s Mission at Peshawar.
Lahore: Victoria Press, 1877.
Notes on Muhammadanism, being Outlines of the Religious System of Islam.
London: W.H. Allen, 1877. [External link]
All Saints' Memorial Church, in the City of Peshawar, Afghanistan.
No place: no publisher, 1885.
Ruhainah: A Story of Afghan Life.
New York: Cassell, 1886. [External link]
The Kalid-i-Afghani, Being Selections of Pushto Prose and Poetry for the Use of Students.
Lahore: Munshi Culab Singh and Sons, 1893. [External link]
A Dictionary of Islam.
London: Allen, 1895. [External link]
Twenty Years on the Afghan Frontier.
From The Independent (New York) volume 45.
Part I (Apr. 6, 1893), pp. 3-4 (455-456); Part II (Apr. 20, 1893), pp. 5-6 (529-530); Part III (May 11, 1893), pp. 5-6 (637-638); Part IV (June 22, 1893), pp. 5-6 (845-846); Part V (Aug. 10, 1893), pp. 3-4 (1075-1076)
Thomas Patrick Hughes, Missionary to British India: The Class Ceiling.
By Elizabeth Hughes Clark, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Arcadia University, Glenside, Pennsylvania, 2002. [Adobe Acrobat format]
The Hadith in Christian-Muslim Discourse in British India, 1857-1888.
By Alan M. Guenther.
A thesis submitted to the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, McGill University, Montreal, in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the degree of Master of Arts. November, 1997.