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  • Abbott, Jacob (1803–79), American congregationalist minister and writer.
  • Aberdeen, Lord, see Gordon, George Hamilton-.
  • Adams, Charles Frances (1807–86), American historical editor, writer, politician, and diplomat.
  • Adams, Henry Brooks (1838–1918), American historian. In AB-4, AB-5.
  • Adams, Sarah (née Flower, 1805–48), poet. In AB-2. See biographical sketch.
  • Addams, Arabella (afterwards Altham, 1820–1908), EBB’s cousin.
  • Addams, Arabella (née Bishop, 1787–1853), EBB’s cousin.
  • Addington, Mary Anne (née Scott, formerly Townshend, 1783–1842), Viscountess Sidmouth, 2nd wife of Henry Addington, 1st Viscount Sidmouth.
  • Addison, Joseph (1672–1719), writer and politician.
  • Adelaide, Queen (1792–1849), consort of William IV.
  • Agassiz, Charlotte Louisa Susanna (afterwards Brice, 1822–1900), friend of Isa Blagden and EBB. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5.
  • Agrippa, Heinrich Cornelius (1486–1535), German writer.
  • Aïdá, Georgina (née Collier, 1790–1875), dau. of Admiral Sir George Collier and mother of Charles Hamilton Aidé.
  • Aidé, Charles Hamilton (1826–1906), novelist and poet. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5, AB-6.
  • Ainsworth, William Harrison (1805–82), novelist. In AB-2.
  • Albert (1819–61), prince consort, consort of Queen Victoria.
  • Alexander the Great (356–323 B.C.), king of the Greek kingdom of Macedon.
  • Alexander, Louisa Emma (1838–58), invalid dau. of Major James Alexander of the 8th Madras Cavalry who was placed in Isa Blagden’s care (1852–55).
  • Alexander, Mary (née Bracken, 1790–1867), paternal aunt of Isa Blagden.
  • Alexis, see Didier, Alexis.
  • Alfieri, Vittorio (1749–1803), Italian dramatist and poet.
  • Alford, Lady Marian, see Cust, Marianne Margaret.
  • Allingham, William (1824–89), poet. In AB-4, AB-5, AB-6. See biographical sketch.
  • Allnatt, Richard Hopkins (1830–90), author.
  • Altham, Arabella (née Addams (1820–1908), married William Surtees Altham ( Cook, as his second wife in 1862.

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