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  • Cervantes, Miguel de (1547?–1616), Spanish novelist , poet, and playwright.
  • Chalmers, Thomas (1780–1847), Church of Scotland minister and social reformer.
  • Chaloner, Laura Mary (née Butler, 1825–45), EBB’s cousin.
  • Chambers, William Frederick (1786–1855), physician.
  • Chambord, Henri Charles Ferdinand Marie Dievdonné, comte de, (“Henri cinq”), (1820–83), Bourbon claimant to the French throne.
  • Channing, Barbara Higginson (1816–80), American travel writer. In AB-3, AB-4.
  • Channing, William Ellery (1780–1842), American Unitarian preacher and author.
  • Chapman, Edward (1804–80), bookseller and publisher. In AB-3, AB-4, AB-5.
  • Chapman, Frederic (1823–95), publisher.
  • Chapman, John (1821–94), publisher and physician.
  • Chapman, Maria (née Weston, 1806–85), American abolitionist. In AB-3, AB-4.
  • Chase, Thomas (1827–92), American classical scholar and college president.
  • Chasles, Victor Euphémien Philarète (1798–1873), French critic and writer.
  • Chateaubriand, François René, Vicomte de (1768–1848), French statesman and author.
  • Chatelain, Jean Baptiste François Ernest de (1801–81), author and translator.
  • Chaucer, Geoffrey (ca. 1343–1400), poet, author, and philosopher.
  • Chesebrough, Caroline (1825-73), American novelist who wrote under the name of Chesebro’.
  • Child, Lydia Maria (née Francis, 1802–80), American abolitionist, women’s rights activist, and novelist.
  • Chilton, Robert S. (1822–1911), American poet and librarian.
  • Chorley, Henry Fothergill (1808–72), journalist. In AB-1, AB-2, AB-3, AB-4, AB-5. See biographical sketch.
  • Chorley, Jane (née Wilkinson, 1779–1851), mother of John Rutter Chorley and Henry Fothergill Chorley.
  • Chorley, John Rutter (1806–67), scholar of Spanish literature and poet.
  • Chorley, Mary Ann (1801–63), invalid sister of Henry Fothergill Chorley and John Rutter Chorley. In AB-3, AB-4.
  • Cicero, Marcus Tullius (106–43 B.C.), ancient Roman orator and politician.
  • Clark, Thomas March (1812–1903), Bishop of Rhode Island.

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