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  • Marsland, George (1826–81), solicitor.
  • Marston, Eleanor Jane (née Potts, d. 1870, aged 63), wife of John Westland Marston.
  • Marston, John Westland (1819–90), poet and playwright. In AB-2, AB-3, AB-4, AB-5. See biographical sketch.
  • Marston, Philip Bourke (1850–87), poet.
  • Martin, James (1778–1870), member of prominent banking family. See biographical sketch.
  • Martin, Julia (née Vignoles, 1792–1866), EBB’s longtime friend and correspondent. In AB-3, AB-4. See biographical sketch.
  • Martin, Lady, see Faucit, Helena.
  • Martin, Mary Anne, see Biddulph, Mary Anne.
  • Martineau, Harriet (1802–76), writer and journalist. In AB-1, AB-2. See biographical sketch.
  • Martineau, James (1805–1900), Unitarian minister.
  • Massinger, Philip (1583–1640), playwright.
  • Masson, David (1822–1907), biographer, literary scholar, and editor. In AB–6.
  • Mathews, Cornelius (1817–89), American writer. In AB-1. See biographical sketch.
  • Matteucci, Robinia Elizabeth (née Young, 1812?–97), married Carlo Matteucci, Professor of Natural Philosophy at Pisa. In AB-4.
  • Maurice, Frederick Denison (1805–72), Church of England clergyman, theologian, and author. In AB-4, AB-5.
  • May, George (1799–1884), medical attendant to Mary Russell Mitford and her father.
  • Mazzini, Giuseppe (1805–72), Italian politician, thinker, and teacher. In AB-2.
  • McIntosh, Charlotte (afterwards Moulton-Barrett, 1829–61), wife of EBB’s brother, Octavius.
  • McIntosh, Frances (née Watson, 1804?–59), wife of John McIntosh. Their dau. Charlotte (1829–61) married EBB’s brother Octavius.
  • McSwiney, Daniel (1790–1834), classical scholar, EBB’s Greek and Latin tutor. See biographical sketch.
  • Medici, Lorenzo de’ (Lorenzo the Magnificent, 1449–92), Italian statesman.
  • Melbourne, Lord, see Lamb, William.
  • Melvill, Henry (1798–1871), Church of England clergyman.
  • Mérimée, Prosper (1803–70), French author and archaeologist.
  • Merivale, John Herman (1779–1844), lawyer and literary scholar.

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