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  • 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, Thomas Gold (1812–84), American writer and artist.
  • 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.
  • Ashburton, Lord, see Baring, William Bingham.
  • Ashley, Lord, see Cooper, Anthony Ashley.
  • Austen, Jane (1775–1817), novelist.
  • Aytoun, William Edmonstoune (1813–65), lawyer and poet.
  • Azeglio, Massimo Taparelli d’ (1798–1866), Italian writer, painter, and patriot. In AB-4.
  • Babbage, Charles (1791–1871), mathematician and computer pioneer.
  • Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685–1750), German organist and composer.
  • Bacon, Francis (1561–1626), lord chancellor, politician, and philosopher.
  • Bailey, Philip James (1816–1902), poet. In AB-3.
  • Baillie, Joanna (1762–1851), playwright and poet.

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