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  • Altham, Arabella (née Addams, 1820–1908), married William Surtees Altham ( Cook), as his second wife in 1862.
  • Altham, Mary Altham (née Cook, 1852–1950, EBB’s niece.
  • Altham, William Surtees ( Cook, 1813–87), EBB’s cousin. In AB-5, AB-6. See biographical sketch.
  • Ampère, Jean-Jacques (1800–64), French historian and writer. In AB-4.
  • Anacreon (570–488 B.C.), Greek poet.
  • Anderdon, Lucy Olivia Hobart (afterwards Partridge, 1819–70), poet and author.
  • Anderdon, Maria (née Nichol, 1790–1849), mother of Lucy Olivia Hobart Partridge.
  • Andersen, Hans Christian (1805–75), Danish author and poet.
  • Annunziata, Brownings’ Italian housemaid, 1847–48.
  • Annunziata, see Lena, Annunziata.
  • Anster, John (1793–1867), jurist and poet. In AB-2.
  • Antonelli, Giacomo (1806–76), cardinal and chief administrator for Pius IX.
  • Appleton, Benjamin Barnard (1815–79), American physician domiciled in Italy.
  • Appleton, Thomas Gold (1812–84), American writer and artist.
  • Apthorp, Eliza Henshaw (née Hunt, 1817–1903), wife of Robert East Apthorp.
  • Apthorp, Robert East (1811–82), American philanthropist. In AB-4.
  • Apthrop, William Foster (1848–1913), American writer, drama and music critic, editor and musician.
  • Apuleius, Lucius (ca. 125–ca. 180), Roman writer.
  • Arago, Dominique François Jean (1786–1853), French mathematician, physicist, astronomer, and politician.
  • Aristophanes (446–386 B.C.), comic playwright of ancient Athens.
  • Arnold, Matthew (1822–88), poet, writer, and inspector of schools. In AB-4, AB-5, AB-6.
  • Arnould, Joseph (1813–86), judge and writer. In AB-2, AB-3, AB-4, AB-5. See biographical sketch.
  • Arnould, Maria (née Ridgway, 1816–59), 1st wife of Joseph Arnould.
  • Ashburner, John (1793–1878), physician and physicist, phrenologist, mesmerist, and spiritualist.
  • Ashburton, Lady, see Baring, Louisa Caroline.

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