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  • Last name begins with: L
  • Lamartine, Alphonse Marie Louis de Prat de (1790–1869), French poet, statesman, and orator.
  • Lamb, Charles (1775–1834), essayist.
  • Lamb, William (1779–1848), 2nd Viscount Melbourne, prime minister.
  • Lamennais, Félicité Robert de (1782–1854), French Catholic priest, social and religious writer, and reformer.
  • Lamoricière, Christophe Louis Léon Juchault de (1806–65), French general.
  • Lampson, Frederick Locker-, see Locker, Frederick.
  • Landon, Letitia Elizabeth (afterwards Maclean, 1802–38), poet and writer, better known by her initials L.E.L.
  • Landor, Elizabeth Sophia (1815–89), eldest dau. of Charles Savage Landor and his wife, Catharine (née Wilson). Corresponded with RB regarding the welfare of her uncle, Walter Savage Landor. In AB-4, AB-5.
  • Landor, Henry Eyres (1780–1866), of Tachbrook, Warwickshire, brother of Walter Savage Landor. In AB-4, AB-5.
  • Landor, Julia (née Thuillier, 1794–1879), wife of Walter Savage Landor.
  • Landor, Robert Eyres (1781–1869), Anglican clergyman, writer, and brother of Walter Savage Landor. In AB-5
  • Landor, Walter (1782–1864), of Rugeley, Walter Savage Landor’s cousin.
  • Landor, Walter Savage (1775–1864), poet and author. In AB-2, AB-4, AB-5. See biographical sketch.
  • Landseer, Sir Edwin Henry (1802–73), animal painter.
  • Langford, John Alfred (1823–1903), writer and journalist. In AB-4.
  • Langley, Henry G. (b. 1819), American publisher.
  • Latilla, Eugenio Honorius (1808–61), Anglo-Italian artist.
  • Latimer, Mary Elizabeth (née Wormeley, 1822–1904), writer.
  • Law, Edward (1822-85), bookseller and publisher, acted as British agent for Francis & Co., New York. In AB-3, AB-4.
  • Layard, Austen Henry (1817–94), archaelogist, politician, and diplomat. In AB-5.
  • Le Vert, Octavia (née Walton, 1811–77), American socialite and writer.
  • Ledru-Rollin, Alexandre Auguste (1804–74), French politician.
  • Lehmann, Augustus Frederick (1826–91), German-born businessman and politician. In AB-5, AB-6.
  • Lehmann, Jane Gibson Nina (née Chambers, 1830–1902), wife of Augustus Frederick Lehmann (1826–91). In AB-5.
  • Lehmann, Rudolph (“Rudy”) Chambers (1856–1929), eldest son of Frederick Lehmann and his wife, Nina.

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