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  • Page, Sara Augusta (née Dougherty, afterwards Sweeny, 1825–92), correspondent.
  • Page, Sophia Candace (née Stevens, formerly Hitchcock, 1827–92), third wife of William Page.
  • Page, William (1811–85), American artist. In AB-3, AB-4.
  • Paine, Caroline (née Newham, 1822–1904), correspondent. In AB-3, AB-4.
  • Palmer, Emily Fitz-Roy (1815?–53), correspondent.
  • Palmerston, Lady, see Temple, Emily Mary (“Amelia”).
  • Palmerston, Lord, see Temple, Henry John.
  • Panizzi, Anthony (1797-1879), Italian-born principal librarian of the British Museum (1856-66).
  • Pantaleoni, Diomede (1810–85), Italian physician.
  • Pantaleoni, Jane Isabella (née Massy-Dawson, 1832-1904), wife of Diomede Pantaleoni. In AB-4.
  • Parker, Theodore (1810–60), Unitarian clergyman.
  • Parkes, Elizabeth (“Bessie”) Rayner (afterwards Belloc, 1829–1925), campaigner for women’s rights and journalist. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5, AB-6.
  • Parley, Peter, see Goodrich, Samuel Griswold.
  • Parr, Samuel (1747–1825), schoolmaster.
  • Partridge, Lucy Olivia Hobart (née Anderdon, 1819–70), poet and author.
  • Patmore, Coventry Kersey Dighton (1823–96), poet and essayist. In AB-2, AB-3, AB-4, AB-5.
  • Patmore, Emily Augusta (née Andrews, 1824–62), poet and essayist.
  • Paton, Allan Park (d. 1905, aged 87), poet, writer, and librarian. In AB-1, AB-3.
  • Paul, Jean, see Richter, Johann Paul Friedrich.
  • Peabody, Elizabeth Palmer (1804–94), Transcendental writer and educational reformer.
  • Pearson, Charles Henry (1830–94), politician and writer.
  • Peel, Robert (1788–1850), 2nd Baronet, prime minister.
  • Pelletan, Pierre Clément Eugène (1813–84), French writer, journalist, and politician. In AB–3, AB–4.
  • Perkins, Charles Callahan (1823–86), American art critic and author. In AB-3, AB-4.
  • Perkins, Frances Davenport (née Bruen, 1826–1909), wife of Charles Callahan Perkins and dau. of Mary Ann Bruen.

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