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  • Mohl, Jules (1800–76), French orientalist of German birth.
  • Mohl, Mary Elizabeth (née Clarke, 1793–1883), salon hostess and author. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5.
  • Molesworth, William (1810–55), 8th Baronet, politician.
  • Molière, see Poquelin, Jean-Baptiste.
  • Monclar, André Victor de Ripert- (1807–71), Marquis de Ripert-Monclar, French friend of RB. In AB-2, AB-3, AB-4. See biographical sketch.
  • Monod, Adolphe Louis Frédéric Théodore (1802–56), French Protestant churchman.
  • Monro, Emma (née Russell, afterwards Margary, 1820–92), sister of Sir William and Jane Russell, friends of the Barrett family.
  • Monson, Theodosia (née Blacker, 1803–91), Lady Monson, dilettante and promotor of women’s rights. In AB–3, AB–4, AB–5.
  • Montagu, Anna Dorothea (née Benson, formerly Skepper, 1774–1856), literary hostess.
  • Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley (née Pierrepont, 1689–1762), writer.
  • Montalembert, Charles Forbes René de (1810–70), French publicist and historian.
  • Montefiore, Moses Haim (1784–1885), financier and Jewish community leader.
  • Montgomery, Robert ( Gomery, 1807–55), poet and Church of England clergyman.
  • Moore, Thomas (1779–1852), poet.
  • Morgan, Sydney (née Owenson, bapt. 1783, d. 1859), Lady Morgan, novelist and socialite. In AB-2, AB-3, AB-4.
  • Morrall, George (1828–99), of Wolverhampton.
  • Morris, Sophia Amelia (née Holland, 1823–87), widow of Edward Morris, married (1858) Henry Barrett Moulton-Barrett.
  • Morris, William (1834–96), designer, author, and visionary socialist. In AB–4, AB–6.
  • Mortimer, Favell Lee (née Bevan, 1802–78), educational writer.
  • Morton, Savile (1811–52), journalist and philanderer. In AB-3.
  • Motley, John Lothrop (1814–77), American historian and diplomat, minister to Austria and Great Britain, author of The Rise of the Dutch Republic and History of the United Netherlands. The Motleys spent most of the 1850s in Europe. They were in England for most of 1858, moving to Rome for the winter in early October 1858.
  • Moulton, Elizabeth (née Barrett, 1763–1830), EBB’s paternal grandmother. See biographical sketch.
  • Moulton-Barrett, see Barrett, Moulton-.
  • Mount Temple, Lady, see Cowper, Georgina.
  • Mount Temple, Lord, see Cowper, William Francis.

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