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  • Stisted, Clotilda Elizabeth (née Swinney, 1790–1868), correspondent.
  • Stone, Susannah (née Cook, 1822–61), EBB’s cousin.
  • Story, Edith Marion (afterwards Peruzzi, 1844–1917), dau. of William Wetmore Story.
  • Story, Emelyn (née Eldredge, 1820–94), correspondent. In AB-3.
  • Story, William Wetmore (1819–95), American sculptor, art critic, and poet. In AB-4. See biographical sketch.
  • Stowe, Harriet Beecher (1811–96), author. In AB-4.
  • Stratten, James (1795–1872), non-conformist minister at Paddington Chapel, Marylebone, London. See biographical sketch. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5.
  • Stratten, Rebekah (née Wilson, 1792?–1870), correspondent.
  • Strauss, David Friedrich (1808–74), German theologian.
  • Streatfeild, Sarah Jane (née Cookson, afterwards Cust, later Cockayne-Cust, 1821–67), correspondent. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5. See biographical sketch.
  • Stuart, James Montgomery (1816–89), lecturer and writer, residing in Florence. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5.
  • Stuart, Maria (née Gherardini, 1822?–92), wife of James Montgomery Stuart.
  • Sue, Eugène (1804–57), French novelist.
  • Sumner, Charles (1811–74), statesman and U.S. Senator from Massachusetts (1851–1874).
  • Sunderland, Mary Elizabeth (née Morland, 1788–1871), correspondent.
  • Swedenborg, Emanuel (1688–1772), Swedish theologian.
  • Sweetman, Kerenhappuch (née Taylor, 1824?–80), Miss Mitford’s maid, better known as “K”.
  • Swift, Jonathan (1667–1745), Irish writer and dean of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin.

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