Text: Burton R. Pollin, “Names in Poe’s Works [A-F],” Dictionary of Names and Titles in Poe’s Collected Works, (1968), 1-36 (This material is protected by copyright)


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Names in Poe’s Works [[A-F]]

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Aaron: 13.205cq; 14.71m

Abderites (in Abdera): 16.101c

Abelard: 8.190mq

Abel-Phittim: 2.214f

Abel-Shittim: 2.378f

Abercorn, Marquis of (John James Hamilton): 9.178m

Abernethy, John: 6.38c; 15.25m

Achille (French): 9.107fq

Achilles: 3.307m; 4.146mq; 6.4m; 8.164fq; 10.189m; 13.12m; 14.53c, 67c

Ackermann, James: 10.27m

Acus, Mr.: 11.137fq

Acus, Miss Alice: 11.137fq

Acus, Clifford: 11.139fq

Ada: 7.138f

Adair, Wat: 8.11m

Adam: 5.213c; 6.132m; 12.4-5c, 6-7mq, 9fq; 13.164mq, 223mq; 14.44c, 47m, 50m; 16.59m, 82m

Adam (in “Marie Roget”) : 5.18m

Adams (classicist): 12.129m

Adams (engraver): 8.169m

Adams, John Quincy: 11.241c; 15.160p, 233p, 239m

Addison: 2.179m; 4.269m; 6.186m; 8.323m; 11.26m; 13.147c; 14.173m; 15.11c; 16.47m, 94c, 157m

Adelaide, Queen: 3.170m

Adeline: 8.226fq

Adolph (Zeke): 12.114fq

Adonai (see also Almighty, Christ, Deity, Deus, God, Jehovah, Lord, Savior): 2.215m; 12.160mq

Adonis: 14.51m; 16.35m

Adramalech (for Adramelech in 2 Kings xvii.31):2.217m

Aeacus: 2.125mq

Aecetes: 14.43c

Aedepol (oath, “by Pollux,” vocative): 2.217m

Aegipan: 3.287m

Aeneas Tacitus: 14.132c

Aeolus: 4.239m, 242m; 14.291m

Aeschylus: 2.39m, 359c; 4.269c; 8.43-4c, 47c, 234c, 299m; 9.193m; 10.43c, 66m; 12.4c, 12m, 12cq, 131c; 14.62c; 16.72c, 138c

Aesop: 8.99mq, 227m; 15.111mq; 16.105m

Afrasiab: 5.273m; 16.167c

Agathos: 6.139f

Aikin, John: 11.8r

Ainsworth, William Harrison: 5.224-5c, 229m, 233-9p, 299m; 10.207c, 214-20r; 16.7c, 158m

Ajax: 14.67c

Akinetos: 11.261fq

Al Aaraaf: 7.39f

Aladdin: 15.45c; 16.151c

Albano (or Francesco Albani): 2.39m

Albert (lexicologist): 14.70c

Albert (a dancer): 2.360m

Albert, Prince: 12.31cq

Alberto: 7.42m

Albornoz, Giles d’ (for Gil Alvarez de Albornoz): 8.226fq

Alceus (for Alcaeus): 2.393m

Alcibiades: 9.146fq

Alcimenes: 9.150fq

Alcmaeon: 2.275m; 16.279m

Alcman: 2.220m

Alcott, Amos Bronson: 11.15c, 189c; 13.155m, 195c

Aldrich, James: 12.42m, 44p, 45-9pq, 52-3mq, 62p, 65c, 68c, 72m, 78-82 105p; 15.62-4a; 16.96-7c

Aldrich, Mary A. S.: 14.242m

Aldrich, Mrs.: 12.62m

Alessandra: 7.59f

Alexander VI: 14.64c

Alexander, Czar (of Russia): 3.167m

Alexander the Great: 2.202m, 204m; 6.229-30m; 8.105m; 10.3mq; 16.91m

Alexis: 9.296fq

Alezzi, Marquis: 8.57fq

Alfieri: 8.138m; 9.204c

Alfred (for River Alph): 2.286m

Algernon (pseudonymous author of IDEALS etc.): 11.114-5r

Alice: 16.34fq

Alladdin: (see Aladdin)

Allah: 2.224m; 6.82m

Allamistakeo (sic), Count: 6.118f

Allatius, Leo (for Leone Allaci): 14.90m

Allbreath: 2.163m

Allen, Colonel Ethan: 2.185m

Allen, Jamie: 11.207fq

Allen, Paul: 12.49mq, 66c

Allen, William: 3.76f

Allen, Wilson: 3.202f

Allston, Washington: 11.136m; 15.253-4p

Almacks (for Almack’ s, the assembly rooms of William Almack): 2.327c

Alraschid, Haroun: 6.97c

Amaryllis: 11.71m; 14.273m

Ambrose: 8.57fq

Amelia: 11.14fq

American Fur Company: 9.211c

Ames, Fisher: 8.115c

Amich, P.: 9.40mq

Amy, Mammy: 9.254fq

Anacharsis (Prince of Scythia):2.363m

Anacreon of Teos (“The Teian”) : 2.31m, 149m; 7.164c; 10.43c; 15.67m, 120m; 16.138c, 164c

Anakim: 6.61m; 11.25m

Anamalech (for Anammelech, cf. Adramelech): 2.217m

Ana-Pest, Arch Duchess: 2.180f

Anaxagoras: 2.154c; 9.146fq; 11.39m; 14.53c; 16.70m

Andens (misprint for Audeus): 11.21cq

Anderson (Le Blanc in “Marie Roget”) : 5.4f

Anderson (in Anderson’s Springs): 9.40mq

Anderson, Dr. H. J.: 10.86m

Anderson, Walter: 8.102-3r

Andeus (misprint for Audeus): 7.27c

Andre (sic for “others” in German): 10.47m; 12.56m

Andreini: 14.47c

Andromeda: 14.41mq

Andronicus (for Livius Andronicus, early dramatic poet): 2.142m

Angel of the Odd: 6.107f

Angelo (AL AARAAF): 7.37-9f

Angelo (NORMAN LESLIE): 8.57fq

Angelo (TORTESA): 10.29fq; 13.39fq

Ann: 9.259fq

Annabel Lee: 7.117f

Annan, Mrs. Ann: 15.113c

Anne, Queen: 8.301m; 10.68m; 14.64m

Annie (“Landor’s Cottage”) : 6.269f

Annie (“For Annie”) :7.113f

Annie, Little: 13.155fq

Anson, A. H.: 10.23m

Antaeus: 9.162m

Antares: 5.189m

Anthon, Charles: 8.104c, 338c; 9.266-8r; 12.129-30r; 15.34-6a, 169-70p, 179-82p, 197m, 202m; 16.102-3p, 362m

Anthony (for Marcus Antonius): 9.267c

Anthropomorphites: 7.27m; 11.21mq

Antinous: 4.214m; 14.41mq, 66m

Antiochus (in Racine’s play): 14.63fq

Antiochus Epimanes (so called in Maccabees): 2.210m

Antiochus Epiphanes: 2.203p, 204m

Antiphon: 9.149fq

Antoinette, Marie: 9.178-82m

Antoninus, Marcus Aurelius: 14.43c

Antony, Mark (for Marcus Antonius): 2.160m; 8.190mq

Aoede (see Pausanias, ix.29): 2.277m

Apelles: 11.87cq; 16.173c

Apicius (three persons thus named; probably Apicius Caelius, author of DE ARTE COQOINARIA): 2.197m

Apollo (see also Phoebus Apollo): 2.118c, 199m, 251m; 3.260m; 9.8m, 188m; 10.152mq; 11.17m, 41m, 89m; 12.60m; 13.171m, 194c; 14.113mq, 281c

Apollonius (of Perga): 2.39m; 16.17m

Apollophanes: 14.51m

Appalachia (word advocated for America): 16.118-9c

Apuleius: 5.180m; 8.304m; 10.70m

Arago, Francois: 6.245m, 253c; 10.134m, 136c, 138c

Aranza: 12.189fq

Arbaces: 14.92fq

Archias: 9.266-7m

Archilochus (satirist): 2.142c; 10.182m; 11.20c; 13.167m, 208m; 16.170m

Archimedes: 2.245m; 5.266m; 16.42m

Archons: 9.148fq

Archytas (of Tarentum): 2.275m; 12.202mq

Arcus: 14.41mq

Areopagus: 9.148m, 154m

Argand, Ami: 14.104m, 109m

Argelais (probably Poe’s coinage): 2.210m

Arqelander, F. W. A.: 16.298m

Argensola, Bartolome Leonardo de: 9.296c

Argonaut: 13.56mq

Argostino (for Agostino da Siena): 2.39m

Argus: 16.42m

Aria (self-immolating Roman matron): 9.19m

Arianus: 2.38m

Aries (astrologically the Ram): 2.148m

Aries Tottle (for Aristotle, q.v.): 6.199c, 201-2c; 16.188c

Ariosto: 2.279c, 294c; 14.59m

Aristaeus: 2.151m

Aristarchus: 11.155m; 12.240m; 13.107m; 14.66c, 90m

Aristophanes: 2.142c, 359c; 8.84c, 203m, 205m; 14.58m, 62m, 64c, 224m; 16.87c

Aristotle: 2.126m, 139m, 142c, 323m; 6.202-3p; 7.xxxvii c; 8.45c, 190mq, 203mq, 205m; 9.152m; 11.12c, 70c; 12.8m, 15c; 14.68c, 95m, 272-3c; 16.25c, 188-9m, 192c

Armaud: 14.60fq

Armstrong, John: 9.22-3r

Armstrong, John (physician): 11.76m; 16.11c

Arnay, Johannes R. d’ : 16.31c

Arouet (Voltaire, q.v.): 2.145c

Arpino (for Giuseppe Cesari, known as the Cavaliere d’ Arpino): 2.39m

Arria: 12.207fq

Arruntius: 16.122c

Artaphernes: 9.151fq

Artaxerxes: 9.146fq

Artemis: 2.39m; 11.259fq

Arthur, Timothy S.: 11.90c; 15.240-41p

Arundell: 10.2m

Aruntius: (see Arruntius, friend of Statius)

Arvieux, Laurance d’ : 7.31m; 10.2m

Aschen-possel (for Aschen-puttel, young son in Lapp tales according to Frazier’s notes on Apollodorus): 14.50c

Ashburton: 11.239c

Ashimah (for Eshmun, possibly Ishtar as in 2 Kings xvii.30 or Thoth, of the sacred ape): 2.208c, 217m

Ashton, Lucy: 12.189fq

Ashtophet (probably for Astoreth, q.v.): 2.249m

Ashur: 14.1m

Aspasia: 8.190mq; 9.146fq

Assassins: 2.359m

Ast, G. A. F.: 15.170mq

Astarte (see also Astoreth and Ashtophet): 2.200m; 7.91m, 103m; 13.211cq

Astor, John Jacob: 4.19-20c; 9.207-22c, 236-42c; 11.204m; 15.56m

Astoreth: 2.200m

Atalanta: 6.200m

Athelwood, Earl: 13.110fq, 176fq; 15.95fq

Athena (see Pallas and Minerva)

Athenaeus: 8.203mq, 204-5m; 16.168m

Atlas: 11.221m

Atreus: 6.52mq; 10.206mq

Attis: 14.51m; 16.35m

Aubignac (see Hedelin): 4.109c

Aubrey: 10.212fq

Audeus (see Andens and Andeus): 7.27c; 11.21cq

Audiguier, Vital d’ (ON THE PERMISSION OF DUELS): 4.109m

Augustine, Saint: 2.21m; 14.90m; 16.45m, 166m

Augustus: 14.4m

Aurelian: 2.209m

Aurora (EOS): 11.260fq

Aurora Borealis: 8.77m

Austin, Saint: (see Augustine)

Austin, Mr. (publisher): 13.188m

Austin, Gilbert (SERMON ON A FUTURE STATE): 16.39c

Austin, Sarah: 9.53-64r, 203m

Autarces: 11.261fq

Axel, Count Oxenstiern: 9.170m

Azrael (angel of death): 2.255m; 5.254m; 7.75m

Azthene (in T. D. English’s poem): 15.64fq


Baal: (see also following entries and Beelzebub) 2.215m; 14.104m

Baal-Peon (Moabite local god): 2.217m

Baal-Perith (for Baalberith, the god of Shechem): 2.217m

Baal-Zebub: 2.198f, 217m, 362m; 11.186m

Babbage, Charles: 6.97m; 14.9-11m

Bacchus: 2.144m; 5.122m; 8.52m; 11.145mq; 14.40c, 48c, 51m; 16.35m, 41m

Back, Sir George: 4.31m

Bacon, Francis (Lord Verulam): 2.250-51c; 3.336c; 6.202c; 7.xxxix c; 8.323m; 10.47c; 11.176p; 12.33c, 165mq, 165c, 247c; 14.39m, 133c, 147-8p, 153p, 210c, 212m; 16.10m, 30m, 31c, 85c, 129c, 149c, 169c, 189m, 191c, 197m

Bacon, Francis: (Most of the Bacon references are from the ESSAYES, not recorded as such)

Bacon, Roger: 16.118c

Baden, Jacob: 16.44c

Badger, Samuel: 3.146m

Rag (the attorney): 4.128f

Baggesen, Jens L.: 11.65c

Bailey, Philip James: 12.241-3r

Bailly (for Francis Baily): 16.216m

Baines, Edward: 8.88m

Bajazet (Turkish sultan): 7.145m

Baker, Danny: 9.134fq

Balboa, Vasco Nunez de: 10.50fq

Balcombe, George (Tucker’s novel): 9.243fq

Baldazzar, Duke of Surrey: 7.67f

Balkis: 14.49c

Baltasar: 13.63fq

Balzac, Honore: 4.196m

Balzac, Jean Louis Guez de: 2.125mq; 12.11m; 14.39m, 59m, 68cq; 16.30m

Bancroft, George: 8.243-4m, 246m; 13.143m; 14.180c

Banim, John: 8.223c

Banks, Linn: 9.310m

Banquo: 2.362fq; 14.42fq; 16.35fq

Baptiste (oath; John the Baptist): 2.198m

Baranhoff, Count: 9.239m

Barclay and Perkins (brewers): 8.217m

Barclay, Captain (for Robert Barclay Allardice): 2.163c

Bard of Schiraz (probably Saadi, possibly Hafiz): 4.240m

Baretti: 12.223m; 14.46c

Barker, James N.: 11.241c

Barlow, Professor: 8.87m

Barlow, Joel: 6.103m; 8.322c

Barnard, Augustus: 3.5f

Barnard, Captain: 3.5f

Barnes, Mr.: (actor): 6.122c

Barnes, Joshua: 14.67c; 16.37c

Barnett, J. F.: 10.95m

Barnwell, George: 13.113fq

Barrett, Eaton Stannard: 8.76-81r

Barrett, Elizabeth Barrett: 7.xlv c ; 11.250m; 12.1-35r, 158m; 13.129m, 193m, 200-202p; 14.182c; 16.136c, 159m

Barrington, George (Waldron): 7.xi m

Barrot, Odillon: 10.134m

Barrow (? Isaac): 8.323m

Barrow, John: 16.53-4c

Barry, Mr. and Mrs.: 12.128m

Barry, Lyttleton (Poe’s pseudonym in “Loss of Breath” ; used also, but not given by Harrison, in “Duc de L’ Omelette,” “King Pest, “Mystification,” and “Why the Little Frenchman etc.”) : 2.167m

Barthelemy, Jean Jacques (once for Barthelemi): 9.146c, 155c; 15.105m

Bartholinus, Gaspard: 2.36m, 323m, 327m

Bartley, Sarah: 9.199m

Bas-Bleu, Miss: 2.37f; 3.267f

Bas-Bleu, Mrs.: 2.37f

Bashan (a place): 2.219m

Basil (unknown): 16.60c

Basompierre, F. de (for Basompiere): 14.60c

Bastides, Rodrigo de: 10.50fq

Batyllis (misspelling for Bathyllus, friend of Anacreon): 16.164m

Baxiteles (misprint for Praxiteles): 9.114m

Bayle, Pierre: 11.99m

Bayley, Haynes: 12.53cq

Beach, Moses Y.: 15.126c

Beaseley, Doctor: 15.87fq

Beatrice: 9.197fq

Beauchampe (for Jeroboam Beauchamp): 15.119m

Beaufort, Camilla: 10.118fq

Beaufort, Charles Leopold: 10.114fq

Beaufort, Philip: 10.114fq

Beaufort, Robert: 10.114fq

Beauseant (LADY OF LYONS): 12.186fq; 16.110fq

Beauvais, Monsieur: 5.9f

Beckford, William: 5.273m, 299m; 6.190m, 264m; 7.8m; 14.69m; 16.167m

Bedlam: 2.258m

Bedlamite: 9.67m; 16.195m

Bedloe, Augustus: 5.163f

Beekman, Beulah: 11.209fq

Beekman, Evert: 11.209fq

Beelzebub (see also Baal): 11.186m

Bekker: 15.170mq

Belial: 2.198f, 217m

Bell, Adam: 8.5mq

Bell, Sir Charles: 8.207m, 210c

Bell, Elsie: 8.67fq

Bellini, V.: 5.197m; 6.55m; 10.94m; 12.190m

Bellman, Karl M.: 11.65c

Belus: 2.216m; 14.65m

Bendis: 2.39m

Benevenuta, the Improvisatore of Florence (probably Poe’s coinage): 2.130c

Benjamin (Biblical): 14.2m

Benjamin, Park: 11.173m, 223c; 12.107-10r; 13.165c; 15.19m, 62c, 183-4p, 210m, 250m

Bennet (in Bennet’s Islet): 3.177m

Bennett (an abusive editor, James Gordon Bennett): 6.276m

Bennett (Virginia political figure during the Commonwealth): 8.245c, 247c

Benserade, Isaac de: 14.63m

Bentham, Jeremy: 5.210m; 6.204c; 8.85c; 9.63m; 11.148c; 14.104c; 16.1c, 27c, 38c, 193c

Bentinck, Lord: 5.225m

Benton (for Thomas H. Benton or for a character in the novel STANLEY): 6.214m

Beranger, Pierre Jean de: 3.273m; 8.138m, 139c; 10.43-4c, 134m, 198c; 11.107c, 151c, 152c; 14.269p; 16.138-9c, 165c

Berenice: 2.18f

Bergman, Torbern Olaf: 14.100m

Beriot, Madame de: 10.91-6r

Berkeley (Bishop): 8.328mq

Berkeley, Bishop (re work by Francis on Berkeley, unfound and unlikely): 15.25c

Berkeley, Sir William: 8.244-5c, 247c

Berlifitzing Count Wilhelm: 2.186f

Bernardin de Saint-Pierre: (see St. Pierre)

Bernoulli, John: 16.53m

Berri, Duchesse de (also Berry): 10.135-6c; 14.123m, 135c

Berryer, Antoine Pierre: 10.134m, 135-6c; 13.33m; 14.123c, 129m, 135c; 16.83c

Bertalda: 10.31fq; 16.49fq

Bessel, Friedrich W.: 16.288c

Bessop’s Castle: 5.138c

Betterton: 8.79fq

Bettinelli, Saverio: 8.138m

Beverley (historian of Virginia): 8.246-7c

Bewick, William: 9.140c

Bias, Fanny (French dancer): 2.360m

Biastor: 11.261fq

Bickerstaff (Swift): 14.230mq

Biddle, Nicholas: 15.40c

Bielfeld, Baron de: 8.283m; 10.47c, 62c; 11.74c; 14.39m, 67c; 16.13m, 30m, 91c, 130c, 205p

Big Abel: 13.74fq

Big Smash: 11.207fg

Binney, Horace: 8.114-5r

Biot, J. B.: 2.63m

Bipont: 15.170mq

Bird, Robert M.: 8.63-73r; 11.241c; 15.156p, 203-204p, 250m

Bird, William: 4.161f

Birkenhead, John: 16.82m

Bisco, John: 15.22m

Bishop (trade name): 3.270m

Bishop, H. R.: 10.95m

Bishop of London: 8.207m

Bishop’s Hotel: 5.137c

Black (translator of Schlegel): 11.250m

Blackwood, Mr. Blackwood (sic): 2.xxxviii m

Blackwood, John: 2.271-3p, 291m; 8.334mq

Blainville, Henri de: 14.95c, 99p

Blair: 11.5m; 14.47c; 16.75c

Blanchard, Laman: 10.195-6r; 14.123m

Blanco White, Joseph: 9.200m

Bless-my-soul, Duchess of (sic): 2.37f

Bliss, Elam: 10.87m

Blitz, Signor Antonio (theatrical magician): 10.53m; 12.5m, 65m

Block, Captain E. T. V.: 3.11f

Blonay, Mrs.: 8.150fq

Bloodsuck: 10.212fq

Bluddennuff, Elector of (sic): 2.41f

Bluff: 14.78fq

Blunderbuzzard (“Devil in the Belfry” ; cf. blunderbuss, in reality derived from donderbus, and see Dundergutz in text): 3.248m

Blunt, Edmund (?): 2.104m; 15.131m; 16.354m

Boanerges, the Son of Thunder: 2.379m

Bob (STANLEY THORN): 11.14fq

Bob, Thingum (son): 6.3f

Bob, Thomas, Esq. (father): 6.2f

Bobby: 4.228f

Boccaccio: 8.228c, 235c

Boccalini, Trajano: 11.41c; 13.194m; 14.281m

Bochart: 14.55c

Bode, Johann E.: 16.280c

Bodkin, Clarinda: 14.75fq

Boehmer: 9.180-82c

Bogart, Elizabeth: 15.107a

Bogs, Hogs, Logs, Frogs, and Co. (Poe’s coinage): 5.222-3m

Bogton, Mr. (see STANLEY THORN): 11.13fq

Bogton (see entry above): 11.90c

Boileau: 14.56c, 58c, 182c; 16.47c, 77c

Bolingbroke, Lord: 2.349m; 8.49m; 10.47c; 14.39m; 16.30m

Bolles, William (see AN EXPLANATORY AND PHONOGRAPHIC PRONOUNCING DICTIONARY): 15.79m

Bolton, Richard: 14.149c

Bonaparte: (also Buonaparte; see also Napoleon): 11.188-90c; 16.132m

Bonaparte, Lucien: 9.155-6r

Bonfanti’s (trade name): 3.271m

Bon-Bon, Pierre: 2.125f

Bonhomme, Jacques (for G. Caillet): 11.89m

Bonner, Jim: 3.76f

Bonneville, Captain: 4.20-21c, 48c

Boon, Colonel: 9.260fq

Bore: 11.139fq

Borgia, Caesar: 14.56m

Borlase, William: 14.112c

Bossarion (for Johannes Bessarion whose IN CALUMNIATOREM PLATONIS attacked George of Trebizond, q.v.): 2.392m

Bossieux: 14.35m

Bossola (“Politian,” cited from Webster): 7.63fq; 12.99fq

Bossuet, Julien: 5.258m

Boswell, James: 12.218m; 13.194m; 16.60c

Boteler, Capt. Thomas: 8.84c

Bouchardon (Edme ?): 14.55m; 16.87m

Boucicault, Dion: 11.39m; 12.120c; 15.30c

Bouffon le Grand (Poe’s coinage): 6.65m

Boullard (but cf. A. M. H. Boulard or M. Boulard): 6.66f

Bourdon (a bona fide tailor): 2.198-9m

Bourdon, L. P. M.: 2.359m

Bovis (in “insommary Bovis” for “insomnia Jovis”) : 2.290m

Brown, Charles: 9.160m, 162c

Bowring, John: 8.85m

Boylston Medical Committee: 9.164m

Boz (Dickens): 9.45-8r, 205r; 11.14m, 238c; 15.199mq

Bradford, T. G.: 8.164m

Bradshaw, Clinton: 8.110fq

Bradstreet, Ann: 11.159c

Brahe, Tycho: 7.23c

Brainard, John G. C.: 11.15-24r, 76m

Brandreth, Joseph (patent medicine): 2.275m; 6.137m

Bransby, Reverend Dr.: 3.303f

Brantome, Abbe Pierre de: 4.109m

Bras-Rouge: 16.108fq

Brass, Sally: 10.152fq

Breterie: (see La Bleterie)

Brewster, Sir David: 2.105m; 3.340m; 8.88c, 93c; 14.6-8p, 20p, 23p, 31p, 36c; 15.133m; 16.349m, 354m

Bridgewater, Isabella: 9.143m

Briggs, Charles F.: 12.44c; 15.20-23a, 67c, 75c

Bringhurst, Sir Everard: 5.225m, 229m

Brisbane, Albert: 13.27c

Briscoe, Captain: 3.170-71c

Bristed, John: 16.43m, 123-4c

British Mackinaw Company: 9.208m, 210m

Broglie, Doc de: (see also Broglio) 10.134m

Broglio, Di (character in “Politian”): 7.60f

Broglio, Duke Di (from Duc de Broglie, q.v.; but the family was originally Piedmontese): 3.323m

Bronte, Charlotte: 16.157c

Brooke, Christopher: 9.91m

Brook-Farm “Phalanx” : 13.27-32a

Brooks, James: 15.159-60p, 2.38-9p

Brooks, Mrs. Maria (see also Maria del Occidente): 11.159c; 13.18c, 125c, 192c, 224-5c

Brooks, Nathan C.: 15.222m, 225-6p

Brossano, Francis le: 14.54c

Brougham and vaux, Lord: 2.270m; 6.21m, 65m; 8.49m; 9.57c; 11.98-101r; 16.20c, 42m, 62m

Brown (LECTURE ON PERPETUAL MOTION): 8.189m

Brown, Charles Brockden: 11.206c; 12.224m; 16.41c

Brown, David Paul: 15.244-5p

Brown, Goodman: 13.154fq

Brown, Goold: 11.225c; 14.212c

Brown, Thomas (AMUSEMENTS): 16.91c

Brown, Thomas Dunn: (see also Thomas Dunn English): 15.266-70a

Browne, Hablot K. (Phiz): 2.163m; 10.142m, 155c; 11.38m

Browne, Sir Thomas: 2.323m, 327m; 4.146m; 10.189c; 16.2m, 90c

Browne, William: 9.91m

Browning, Eliz. Barrett: (see also Elizabeth Barrett Barrett): 13.200-202p; 16.136c

Brownson, Orestes A.: 5.243c; 15.194p

Brummel, Beau: 12.58m

Brun, Johan Nordahl: 11.65c

Bruno, Saint: 4.316m; 14.61c

Brutus: 2.166m; 3.260m

Bryan, Daniel: 15.218p

Bryant, Jacob (MYTHOLOGY): 6.45c; 14.52m, 53c, 113c; 16.217c

Bryant, Dr. Peter: 10.85m

Bryant, William Cullen: 8.182m; 9.268-305r; 10.85-91a; 11.68c, 149-50c, 192-5c, 199m, 220m, 223c, 241c, 280c; 12.42mq, 49mq, 66-7mq, 101-102p, 176m; 13.125-30a, 142m, 170c, 225m; 14.182-3c, 258c, 278-9c; 15.1m, 49-50c, 108m, 115c, 189p, 190m, 225p, 239c, 254c

Bryant, Mrs. William Cullen: 13.140m

Bubastis (for Diana Bubastis): 2.39m

Buchan, Alexander P.: 5.273m

Buchanan: 8.49m

Buckhurst, Baron (Thomas Sackville): 2.168m

Buckingham (for Duke of Buckingham in Cibber’s addition to RICHARD III; perhaps allusion to Joseph Tinker Buckingham): 6.232c

Buckingham, Silk: 6.121m; 10.2m; 12.5c; 16.175m

Buckingham, Silk: (cf. silk-buckingham, q.v.)

Buckland, William: 8.207m

Buffon: 6.26m; 10.122c

Bufford: 9.77m

Bugaboo and Kickapoo Indians (partly Poe’s coinage): 3.262m

Bull, John: 16.135m

Butler, Sir Edward, Lord Lytton: 2.38m, 359m; 5.299m; 8.95m, 151m, 156c, 196m, 202mq, 202c, 222-9r; 9.144-5r, 168c, 188m, 203m, 205c; 10.47c, 53m, 114-33r, 150c, 212-4r: 11.8c, 60c; 12.127m, 186p, 224m, 242m; 14.40-41p, 91-2p, 189c; 15.81c; 16.31c, 40c, 42-3c, 61p, 66p, 109-10c, 156cq, 157-9c

Bunsen, C. K. J.: 8.163m

Bunting, Borel: 8.185fq

Buonaparte, Napoleon: (see also Bonaparte): 11.188-90c

Buonarotti: (see also Michelangelo): 9.48m

Burckhardt, Dr. J. L.: 10.2m, 13m, 14-6c, 82cq, 83-4c; 16.63c

Burdon: 10.47c; 14.39m; 16.30m

Burford, Robert: 9.77m

Burger: 9.173m, 202c

Burgess and Stringer (publishers): 12.123m

Burk (HISTORY OF VIRGINIA): 8.242m, 246m; 10.164-5m

Burke, Edmund: 8.328mq; 9.31mq, 178m; 11.97c

Burke, William: 9.80c

Burleigh: 11.178m

Burnet, Thomas: 8.83c

Burney, Fanny: 16.157c

Burns, Robert: 8.299m; 9.203c; 12.240-41p

Burr, Aaron: 14.136cq; 15.122m

Burton, Robert: 10.47c; 16.2m, 30m

Burton, William E.: (see also Bobby Button): 15.236p

Bury, Lady (perhaps Lady Charlotte S. M. Bury, author): 5.212m

Busching, Anton F.: 16.71m

Bush, George: 15.6-7a; 16.97-8c

Bute, Earl of: 9.175c

Butler, Major Arthur: 8.7fq

Butler, Fanny: (see Kemble)

Butler, Joseph: 8.326mq; 16.2m, 5c

Butler, Samuel: 2.xxxvi m, 280m; 8.186m; 9.91m; 14.57-8c; 16.38c, 75-6c, 129m, 160c

Butt: 14.79fq

Button, Bobby (possibly William E. Burton): 11.177-8m

Buzi-Ben-Levi: 2.214f

Byfield, Mr.: 8.210m

Byres: 10.199fq

Byron, Lord George: 2.275m; 3.267m; 4.266c; 7.17m; 8.42m, 76m, 175m, 182m, 186m, 189m; 9.29mq, 278c, 300c; 10.194c; 11.45c, 47c, 80m, 81-2c, 134c, 136m, 144c, 144mq, 195c, 232c, 234m; 12.201-202m, 214mq; 13.167m, 169c, 196-7pq, 199-200p, 219c; 14.150-52a, 242-8p, 282c, 287c; 15.48m, 72m; 16.131m


Cacus: 16.20m

Cadet (? perhaps for Antoine Cadet de Vaux, who published a journal with Suard): 2.197m

Cadmus: 16.19m

Cadmus of Miletus: 14.51c

Caesar: 7.2m, 128m; 8.106c; 14.56mq; 15.59m, 170m, 180-81m; 16.40m, 61m, 265m

Caesar (Voltaire’s play): 14.63fq

Caesar, Julius (Shakespeare’s play): 16.84fq

Cain: 2.144m

Calderon: 10.116m; 13.43c, 70m; 16.81c

Caldwell, Joseph: 8.102-103r

Calebasse: 16.106-107mq

Caligula: 2.144m, 188m; 14.44m

Caliver, Captain: 8.70fq

Callimachus: 11.89m

Callot: (for Jacques Callot, artist; see “Phantasy Pieces”) : 10.39m

Calpurnia: 15.59m

Calvert, George H.: 15.221-2p

Calvin, John: 4.214m; 14.66c

Calvus: 14.51m; 16.35m

Cambyses: 2.203c

Camden: 14.112c

Camenae: 9.305m

Camilla: 12.109mq

Campanella, Tommaso: 3.287m; 6.41m

Campbell, George: 12.99fq

Campbell, John: 16.124cq

Campbell, Thomas: 8.306m; 9.198m; 10.202-206r; 11.23c, 35c; 12.201c; 14.41c, 47c; 15.38c; 16.39c, 75c, 77c, 132m, 146c

Camus, C. E. L.: 14.6-7p

Canephorae: 9.147fq

Canino, Prince of: (see L. Bonaparte)

Cannabitch, Johann Gunther Friedrich: 16.71m

Canning, Sir Launcelot (Poe’s coinage, from Chatterton’s William Canynge): 3.292m

Canova (sculptor): 2.118c; 8.52m, 190m; 13.34m

Cant (for Kant, q.v.): 6.201m

Canterbury, Archbishop of: 8.207m

Canterbury, Viscount: 16.30m

Caonabo: 10.51fq

Capen (publisher): 10.85m

Capricornutti, Count: 2.41f

Carathis (VATHEK, q.v.): 5.273m; 16.167c

Caravaggio: 2.39m

Careme, Marie A. (cook): 4.231m

Carey: 9.91m; 10.44c; 16.139c

Carey: (for Henry Cary, or John Waters; see below)

Carey (for Henry Cary, tr. of Dante): 14.46m; 16.75c

Carey and Hart (publishers): 8.90c; 11.124c, 221m; 13.96m; 15.69m, 236m

Carey, Mathew: 15.161p

Carlist Cavalry: 9.5m

Carlyle, Thomas: 4.218c, 221m; 11.22c, 99c, 114-5c, 175-7c; 13.195p; 14.180m; 15.78c, 79m, 260m; 16.2m, 7c, 16c, 74m, 99-101c, 122c, 167c, 175c

Carmelus: 14.4m

Caroline Matilda (of Denmark): 9.183m

Carpaccio, Vittore: 2.39m

Carr (ASTORIA): 9.233m

Carrera, Raphael (Guatemalan patriot): 10.181m

Carriere: 9.235c

Carroll, D. L.: 8.116-7r

Carson, Alexander (ASTORIA): 9.227-8m, 233c, 243m

Carson, John (“A. G. Pym”): 3.199f

Carver, Captain Jonathan: 4.15m, 15-6c; 9.211-2c

Cary, Misses (Alice and Phoebe): 11.157-8c, 159m

Cary, Henry (who published as John Waters, but not “Old Wine to Drink,” q.v., as given by Griswold with misspelling of Carey): 15.67-8a; 16.94-5p

Cary, Henry (tr. of Dante): 14.46m; 16.75c

Caryatides: 6.225-6m

Casneau, Captain: 3.146m

Cass, Lewis: 15.238p

Cassini, Giovanni Domenico: 2.97c; 14.41c; 16.352c

Cassiopeia: 16.271m

Castello, Adrian di: 8.225fq

Castiglione (“Politian”): 7.59f

Castiglione, Baldazzar (for Baldassare): 14.48c; 16.37c

Castricani, Castruccio: 14.39fq

Catalani, Angelica: 2.159m; 6.51m

Catchpole, Margaret: 12.212fq

Catherine, Saint: 14.61m

Catiline: 6.230m; 9.266-7m

Cattermole, George: 10.142m, 155c; 11.38m

Catullus: 2.128m, 142m; 11.33c; 16.172m

Caunter, Hobart: 13.176m; 15.95m

Caus, Solomon de (for Salomon de Caus, Norman engineer): 6.137m

Caveat, Emptor, Gent. (pseudonym): 9.82-3r

Cavendish, Henry: 16.216m

Cayley, George (English scientist): 5.225-7c

Caylus, Comte de: 14.61c; 16.36m

Celeste: 15.99fq

Centaurus: 14.41mq

Cerberus: 2.142m

Cerda, John Lewis de la (sic): 14.49c

Ceres: 8.325m; 14.51m; 16.23m, 35m

Cervantes, Miguel de: 2.279c, 292c; 8.77c, 234c, 299m; 9.273mq; 10.66m, 116c; 13.43c, 58-9cq, 60c, 70c; 14.61c, 230mq, 234mq

Chabert, John Xavier (a charlatan of London): 6.98m

Chadwick, Edgar: 12.207fq

Chalfant (trade name): 9.42mq

Chalmers, Thomas: 8.207m, 246-7m; 9.160m

Chamberlayne, William: 3.299m

Chambers, Ephraim: 16.7m

Chambre, Maria C. de la: 3.287m

Chamfort, Sebastien R. C. (MAXIMES ET PENSEES): 6.44m; 10.140c; 11.64m; 16.166c

Chamisso: 12.252m

Champollion, J. F.: 6.205m; 15.81m, 181m; 16.196c

Chandler, Joseph O.: 10.57-9r; 15.216p

Channing, William Ellery: 2.276m; 9.201m; 10.156c; 11.174-90r; 12.107c; 13.143m, 165c, 169-70c, 202m; 15.161-2p, 176p, 226-7p; 16.132-4c

Chantilly: 4.153m

Chapman, George: 2.122m

Chapman, John Gadsby: 14.108m

Chardin, Sir John: 10.2m, 7m

Charlemont, Lord: 16.175c

Charles (King ?): 2.201m

Charles (son of Amy): 9.261fq

Charles I: 8.249m

Charles II: 8.326-7mq; 14.58m

Charles X: 8.187m

Charles XII: 5.212m

Charmion (cf. Charmion in ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA): 4.1f; 7.63fq; 12.99fq

Charon: 2.125mq; 11.273fq; 14.68cq

Charybdis: 8.143m; 9.159m; 11.156m; 14.46mq, 55m

Chateaubriand: 6.26m; 8.121m; 10.2m, 25c, 133-4c, 136-7c

Chatham, Lord: 8.323m

Chatterton: 10.224c

Chaucer: 9.91m; 12.202m

Chauncey, Isaac: 9.23m

Chaworth, Mary: 14.150-52a

Cheever, George B.: 11.149-50c; 15.32-3a; 16.101p

Cheney: 8.50m

Chenier, Andre: 10.137mq; 14.52c

Cheops: 2.216m

Cherilaus: 9.147fq

Cherubina: 8.76fq

Cheselden: 9.29-30mq

Chester, Edward: 11.42fq

Chester, John: 11.42fq

Chesterfield, Lord: 8.91c; 9.104c, 178m; 10.47c, 168mq; 11.142m

Chigi, Cardinal: 16.66m

Child, Lydia M.: 9.146-55r; 12.49mq; 15.105-107a, 113c

Chimene (LE CID): 14.58fq; 16.47fq

Chiponchipino: 3.261f

Chippendale, Mr.: 12.128c

Chispa: 13.63fq

Chivers, Thomas H.: 12.201-206r; 15.241-2p

Chorley, Henry F.: 8.229-31r; 9.145c, 195-204r; 16.8p

Christ: 2.203m; 7.56c; 8.164fq; 10.78mq; 11.246mq; 12.91mq; 13.205mq, 207mq; 14.51m, 60m, 67mq, 70m, 271mq; 15.16mq; 16.169m

Christ: (see also Adonai, Almighty, Deity, Deus, God, Jehovah, Lord, Savior)

Chronology, (Mr.) Chronologos (sic, for Horace Smith): 2.xxxix c

Chrysippus: 9.151fq

Chubbuck, Emily: 15.90c, 113c

Church, Dr. William: 9.40mq

Churchill, Charles: 10.184c

Churne, William: 9.100fq

Churton, Edward: 13.176m; 15.95m

Cibber, Colley:12.211c

Cicero: 2.140mq; 6.65m, 230m; 8.203mq; 9.193m; 12.155c; 13.173mq; 14.43c, 46p, 60m; 15.35m, 180m; 16.75m, 91m, 103m, 168c

Cimabue: 2.39m, 118m

Cinderella: 12.207mq; 14.50c; 15.69m

Circe: 12.129m; 14.55m

Cist, Lewis J.: 15.240p

Claiborne, William: 8.249m

Clappine, Antoine: 9.234m

Clare: 12.51fq, 76fq

Clarendon, Earl of: 8.323m; 9.176mq

Clarendon, Miss (actress): 12.133m

Clarissa: (see Harlowe)

Clark and Austin (publishers): 13.121m; 15.100-101m

Clark, Lewis Gaylord: 6.21-2c; 15.114-6a, 121c

Clark, Captain William: 3.25m; 4.12m, 14m, 18-9c, 21c, 51m, 79m, 92m; 9.212c, 228c

Clark, Willis Gaylord: 8.279m; 15.114m, 211c

Clarke, Miss: 11.159m

Clarke: (for Captain William Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition)

Clarke, Mr. (publisher): 13.188m

Clarke (writer on travels): 10.2m

Clarke, John: 9.236c

Clarke, Samuel: 7.27m; 8.323m; 11.21m

Claude (or Claude Lorrain, for Claude Gelee): 4.265m; 6.182c; 12.186fq; 16.110fq

Claudian: 14.49c

Claverhouse: 8.150fq

Clavers, Mary (pseudonym for C. M. Kirkland, q.v.): 15.84-8a

Clearchus: 9.152m

Clemm, Mrs. Maria: 7.116c

Cleomenes (reputed sculptor of Venus of Medici): 2.251m; 12.132m; 13.34m; 16.120m

Cleon: 10.60fq

Cleopatra: 7.63m; 8.190mq; 12.99m, 180mq

Clermont: 9.187fq

Climax (as name): 3.265m

Cline, Herr (tight rope artiste): 12.212c

Clinias: 12.163fq

Clinton (THE FORTUNE HUNTER): 12.207fq

Clinton (THE LINWOODS): 8.98fq

Clinton, Sir Henry: 8.5mq

Cloots, Anacharsis: 16.70m

Club Vingt-Un (cf. Van John, colloquial name of cardgame, Vingt-et-un): 2.201m

Clym of the Clough: 8.5mq

Coates, Reynell: 11.224c

Cobb, Tom: 11.49fq

Cobbett, William: 6.21m; 10.168m; 16.3c

Cock-neighs (sic): 6.87m

Cockney: 6.87m; 16.134m

Cockton, Henry: 11.10r, 90c

Codlin, Tom: 10.152fq

Codro, Micer: 10.53fq

Coelius, Scribonius Curio: 9.267c

Coelius, Secundus Curio (or Caelius): 2.20-21m

Coetlogon, Count J. B. F. de: 11.65c

Coffin, Mr.: 13.10m

Cognoscenti, Arabella: 3.265f

Cognoscenti, Miranda: 3.265f

Coke, Arthur C.: 14.216p

Coke, Sir Edward: 9.83m; 13.143m

Coleridge, S. T.: 2.273c, 277-8c, 286c, 359m, 394m; 4.106c, 218c; 7.xxxvii-xxxix c, xlii p; 8.93c, 123c, 285c, 299m, 309c; 9.51-2r, 95m, 304m; 10.61c, 66m; 11.65c, 99c, 255-6c; 12.33c, 37c, 50mq, 51pq, 68-9pq, 69-72p, 140c, 202m; 13.149c; 14.236-8c, 282c; 15.13p, 79m, 191c, 245c, 253m; 16.60-61p, 72-3c, 128c, 150c

Collins, W. (painter): 8.50m

Collins, William (poet): 10.141m; 15.248m

Colman, Samuel: 10.30c

Colonna, Stephen: 8.225fq

Colonna (Italian family): 10.202m

Colquhoun, Captain: 3.161m

Colton, Calvin: 9.33-6r

Colton, Charles Caleb: 11.224c; 13.154m; 14.39c; 16.30m, 123m

Colton, George H.: 15.7-9a

Columbia (name proposed by Mr. Field for North America): 16.118m

Columbus (“one of Genoa”): 7.73m; 8.31mq; 16.42m

Combe, George (phrenologist): 8.252c; 10.158p; 12.165c; 15.194c

Comcomly (an Indian): 9.220m

Comly, John (grammarian): 14.212m

Commire, P. (for Pere Jean Commire): 4.197m

Commodes, Emperor: 2.115m

Comte, Auguste: 16.331m

Condorcet: 2.38m, 140m; 4.259c; 6.176m

Congreve, Sir William (inventor): 15.30m

Conqueror Worm (cf. Poe’s poem): 5.263m

Conrad, Robert Taylor: 11.223-4c, 242c; 15.232-3p

Constantine (for Constantine Manasses): 14.90m

Constantine Porphyrogenitus: 7.83m; 14.91c

Constanza: 9.108fq

Cook, Captain: 3.152m, 165-6c; 4.17m

Cooke, Philip Pendleton: 15.234p, 242c

Cooper, James Fenimore: 8.186m; 9.119m, 162-4r; 11.2m, 16c, 205-20r, 223c; 13.106m, 142m; 14.46m; 15.51c, 108m, 148-9p, 205p; 16.41c

Cooper, Joab G. (grammarian): 11.225c; 14.212m

Copernicus: 2.107mq

Corbet, Richard: 9.91m, 98-100c; 12.143c

Corcyra (modern Corfu): 7.xlii m

Cordelia (LEAR): 12.93fq; 16.74fq

Corehouse, Lord: 9.171m

Corinnos: 2.148f

Corneille: 3.259m; 14.41c, 44c

Cornwall, Barry: 12.36m, 158m, 177m; 15.64m

Cornwallis (THE PARTISAN): 8.146fq

Cornwallis, Lord: 6.214-5c; 8.5mq

Correggio: 9.18m

Cossini (for G. D. Cassini, q.v.): 16.352c

Cotes, Roger: 16.11m

Cottle, Joseph: 14.172c

Council of Nicaea: 2.38m

Cousin, Victor: 5.243c; 11.136m, 256c

Cowley, Abraham: 8.133c; 9.91m, 95c; 10.44c; 12.140c; 14.49c; 15.69c; 16.41c, 139c

Cowper, William: 2.197m; 7.1i m; 9.305c; 10.68c; 11.242m; 12.202m; 13.130m; 16.27m, 154c

Coxe, Archdeacon: 10.204c

Coxe, Arthur: 12.243-4r; 16.154c, 154-5cq

Crab (astrological): 16.173m

Crab, Mr.: 6.10f

Crabbe, George (Poe’s error for Crabb, DICTIONARY OF ENGLISH SYNONYMS): 2.359m

Crabbe, George: 2.162c, 359m; 11.84c

Cranch, Christopher Pearse: 12.239-40c; 14.236p, 248-52p; 15.69-72a

Crane, Captain: 9.239c

Crashaw: 9.91m

Cratinus (satirist of Athens): 2.142c

Crawford, Mr.: 8.200fq

Crayon, Geoffrey (Irving): 8.219m

Crazy-ites (Poe’s coinage): 16.96m

Creator: (see also Adonai, Christ, Deity, Deus, God, Jehovah, Lord, Savior): 8.231m; 16.218c

Crebillon, P. J. de: 2.203c; 4.153m; 6.52m; 10.206m; 14.63m; 16.12c

Cribalittle, Mademoiselle (sic): 6.18m

Crichton, James: 10.190m, 214m; 11.99c; 16.142m, 158m

Crisp, Mr. W. H.: 12.128c, 185c, 188p, 192c, 211p; 15.31m

Crispin, Saint: 9.61mg

Croaker: 11.191m

Croaker and Co.: 11.191m

Crockett, David: 8.53m; 15.200m

Croesus: 8.99mq; 15.111mq

Croissart, Mademoiselle: 5.178f

Croly, George: 15.192m

Crommelin: 5.9m

Cromwell, Oliver: 8.243m, 245-9c; 9.35mq; 15.113m; 16.74c

Crooks, Ramsay: 9.224-6c, 229c, 235c, 237c

Cruikshank, Leech, and Company: 11.10m, 15c

Crump, Miss Aurelia . . . : 8.261fq

Crusoe, Robinson: 12.260mg

Cruzado, Beltran: 13.67fq

Cudjo: 9.111fq

Cunningham, Allan: 10.44c, 207c; 16.81m, 139c

Cupid: (see also Eras): 7.26m; 13.116mq, 182mq

Curio, Coelius Secundus: 2.20-21m

Curran, John Philpot: 13.203c; 16.48c

Curry & Co., Messrs.: 8.11m; 11.25c

Curtis, Adelaide: 5.278m

Cushing, Caleb: 13.3mq, 5c, 10p, 12m

Cut and Comeagain, Messieurs (trade name): 4.125-6m

Cutter, William: 15.244p

Cuvier, Baron de: 3.197m; 4.182m; 8.210-11m; 10.26m

Cyclops: 11.270fq

Cyprian: 14.174m

Cyrano de Bergerac, Savinien: 2.108c

Cyrus (king of Persia): 2.159m, 203m

Cyrus (patriarch of Alexandria, etc.): 2.159c


D—, Minister: 6.31f

Dacre, Lady (Barbarina Ogle Brand, mother of Arabella Sullivan): 8.74-5a, 223c; 16.34c, 157c

Daedalion (cf. Daedalus): 7.39m

Dagon: 2.217m

Daguerre, Louis: 6.100m

Daisy, Solomon: 11.49fq

Dalgarno, George: 8.86c

Dalton, James Forbes: 14.73-89r

Damien (for Robert Francois Lamiens): 9.275mq

Dammit, Toby: 4.215f

Dana, Richard H.: 11.124m, 223c; 12.42mq, 49mq, 66c; 13.143m; 15.49-50c, 224p; 16.175c

Daniel, John: 9.91m

Daniel of St. Saba: 7.31m

Dante: 4.269m; 6.4m, 8c, 186m; 8.49m, 163-4c, 299m; 10.66m; 12.16c, 31m, 38m; 13.197m; 14.43c, 56m, 183m; 16.6m

Daphne (grove near Antioch with temple to Apollo): 2.204m

Daphne (mythology): 13.171m

Daphnis (cf. Daphne in “Four Beasts in One” or Egyptian Daphnis): 6.211m

Darien (Panama): 4.9m

Barley, George (LILLIAN OF THE VALE): 10.63c

Darwin, Erasmus: 14.53c; 16.11m

Dashers, The (Jewish sect, according to Horace Smith): 2.215m

Dashwood, Miss Lucy: 11.90fq

Davenant: 9.91m

David: 2.216m; 14.2m, 5m, 49c, 52m, 56m, 58mq

Davidson: (putative name; see Gonsales): 2.106m

Davidson, Lucretia Maria: 10.221-6r

Davidson, Mrs. Margaret M.: 10.175c, 221-6r

Davidson, Margaret Miller: 10.174-8r, 222-3c

Davies: 9.91m

Davila, Felipe: 10.53fq

Davis, Andrew Jackson: (“seer” of Poughkeepsie; see Mavis): 14.173c

Davis, John Francis: 16.68m

D’ Avisson: (putative name; see Gonsales): 2.106m

Davy, Sir Humphry: 6.245-8p; 14.65c

Dawes, Rufus: 11.131-47r; 15.190-91p

Dawkins, Isaac Dulmer: 9.132fq

Day and Wisner (publishers): 15.126m

Day, John: 9.226m, 235c, 237c

D’ Azeglio, Massimo: 12.223-4r

De Bar (actor): 12.133m

De Basso (L. Hunt’s error for Pietro Andrea de’ Bassi or da Basso, author of “Canzone della donna cruda” ): 12.238mq

De Kalb: 8.150fq

De Kock, Monsieur: 6.62f

De Lisle: (possibly Jacques de Lisle, French poetaster): 9.188m

De L’ Orme’s (trade name): 3.270m

De Meyer (for Giacomo Meyerbeer): 16.171c

De Quincey, Thomas: 2.273m

De Vere, Edward: 8.90m; 9.91m

De Vere, Guy: 7.53f

De Willoughby, Thomas: 8.79fq

Dearborn, George (publisher): 8.285c, 306m; 9.23m, 70m; 11.17m

Dearborn, Henry: 9.23m

Decius: 10.61fq

Decuppis, Count (invented glasses; see “Oddities” in BURTON’ S, April, 1840): 14.182m

Dee, Doctor Bubble L. (sic): 4.230f

Defoe, Daniel: (also De Foe): 3.267m; 8.169-73r, 235c; 10.218c; 11.41c

Deity: 6.182m; 8.184mq; 9.277cq; 10.2m, 9c, 19c, 159c; 11.22m, 29mq; 14.40c, 92m, 191-2c, 228mq; 15.74m; 16.82m, 93c, 115c, 129c, 204c

Deity: (see also Adonai, Almighty, Christ, Deus, God, Jehovah, Lord, Savior)

Del Occidente, Maria: (see Occidente)

Del Rio, Antonio: 2.323m, 327m

Delamere: 10.212pq

Delaunay, Pierre: 9.233c

Deliverer: (see also God et al.): 9.277cq

D’ Elormie: 7.81f

Delos (birthplace of Artemis): 2.250m

Deluc, Madame: 5.16f

Demeter: 9.149mq

Democritus: 2.225m, 251m; 11.89m

Demon: 2.220f

Demosthenes: 2.155c, 280m, 294m; 6.65m; 10.58c; 14.58m; 16.62p, 84mq, 169p

Denham: 9.91m

Denis, Saint: 14.52c

Denis, Johann Nepomuk: 16.11m

Denner, Balthazar: 16.164c

Dennis: 11.47fq

Dennis, John: 14.189c

Derome (perhaps Nicolas Denis Derome, bookbinder): 4.109m

Desfontaine, Pierre F. G.: 14.189c

Desoulieres, Jules (Poe’s coinage): 6.65m

Despreaux, Jean Etienne: 14.69p

Detaye, Pierre: 9.233c

Deucato, Capo (place of Sappho’s leap): 7.24m

Deus: 2.64m; 14.254mq, 257mq

Deus: (see also Adonai, Almighty, Christ, Creator, Deity, God, Jehovah, Lord, Savior)

Devil (“Bon-Bon”): 2.133f

Devil (“King Pest”): >2.182m

Devil (Teufel in “Devil in the Belfry”): 3.256f

Devonshire, Duchess of: 9.178m, 179c

Dew, Thomas R.: 9.192-4r; 15.166-7p, 234-5p

Dewey, Orville: 9.80-2r

Di Broglio: (character in “Politian”; see Broglie): 7.60f

Di Vernon: (see Diana Vernon)

Dian: 2.39m; 7.103m, 108m

Diana: 2.203m; 7.22m; 11.259fq; 13.211cq; 16.91m

Diana (dog in “A Blackwood Article”): 2.282f

Diana (dog in “A Predicament”): 2.284f

Dibdin, Thomas John: 15.93m

Dick, Dr. John: 10.82p; 11.40c; 15.134m

Dickens, Charles: 5.299m; 9.45-8r, 205r; 10.125m, 132c, 142-55r, 197c, 206-209r; 11.14m, 38-64r, 85c, 88-90c, 238c, 241c; 13.31cq; 14.75c, 188c, 193p; 15.81c, 89m, 195c, 195mq; 16.10-11c, 43c, 61p, 157c

Dickerson, Mahlon: 9.312m

Dictu, Mr. Horribile (sic): 2.xxxviii m

Dieskau, Baron: 9.31mq

Digges (Virginia governor): 8.245c, 247c

Dingy O’ Dirty: 8.194fq

Dinneford, Mr. W.: 12.133p

Diocletian: 14.4m

Diodorus Siculus: 2.151m; 6.133m; 14.42c, 113p

Diogenes: 2.202m

Diogenes Laertius: 2.140m

Dionaean Venus: (see also Venus): 14.290m

Dionysius: (see also Bacchus): 2.144m; 14.40c

Dionysius Exiguus: 14.65m

Dionysius, the Areopagite: 14.51m

Dis: (see also Pluto and Erebus): 12.217mq

D’ Israeli, Benjamin: 2.359m; 8.95m, 156c, 181c, 202c, 204m, 223c; 9.117m, 168c; 10.47c, 132c; 12.224m; 16.157c

D’ Israeli, Isaac: 2.185m; 8.204-205c; 12.56m; 14.39m, 56c; 16.110-11c

Divinity, The: (see also God et al.): 14.53m

Doane, Bishop George Washington: 13.16c; 15.256-7p

Dod, Albert B.: 12.159pq

Dodson, Richard W.: 16.141-2c

D’ Oliva, mademoiselle: (actress): 9.181-3c

Dolores: 12.97fq

Donley, Mr.: (Donley’s Hotel): 9.38mq

Donne, John: 9.91m; 10.44c; 12.140c; 15.69c; 16.139c

Dorion, Pierre: 9.2265

Dorset: 9.91m

Dosza (see Luke): 9.275mq

Douglas, The: 8.5mq

Dove, Doctor Daniel (Southey): 9.69fq

Dow, Jessie Erskine: 14.136mq; 15.228p

Downes, Commodore John: 9.87m, 309c

Downing, Jack (Seba Smith): 10.162-7r; 15.172p, 239fq

D’ Oyley, Count: 9.109fq

Draco: 3.302m; 14.51c

Drake, Joseph Rodman: 8.275-307r; 10.62-4c; 11.17-8c, 21c, 124m, 191c; 15.51-2c

Draper, John William: 6.247c

Draper, Sir William: 9.178m

Drapier (for Swift): 14.230mq

Drayton: 9.91m

Drelincourt: 8.171c

Druid: 2.259m

Drummond: 9.91m

Drummummupp, Doctor: 3.264f

Dryden, John: 2.374m; 7.xxxix a; 8.323m; 9.91m; 10.183-4c; 14.48c, 58c; 16.47c, 76c

Du Bartas: 4.112m; 9.67m; 11.159c, 259c

Du Pin, Louis Ellies: 7.27m; 11.21m

Du Pont: 2.162m

Du Solle, John Stevenson: 15.219p

Dubourg, Pauline: 4.158f

Duc De L’ Omelette: 2.197f

Ducci: 8.57fq

Ducrow (trade name): 3.270m

Dudevant, Madame (Georges Sand, q.v.): 14.150c

Duer, John: 8.215m

Dumaril: 10.26m

Dumas, Alexandre: 16.157c

Dumas, Paul: 4.164f

Duncan (of Duncan’s Island): 9.39m

Duncan, Mrs. (of Duncan’s Island): 9.39mq

Duncan, Dr. John: 10.82c

Duncan, Rev. Henry: 10.81-5r; 16.11c

Dundas, Harry: 9.178m

Dundergutz: (“Devil in Belfry”; see Blunderbuzzard): 3.248m

Dupin, A. M. J. J.: 10.134m; 16.172c

Dupin, C. Auguste: 4.150f; 5.3f; 6.28f

Durand, Asher B.: 12.195c; 15.37m

Duval, Henry: 4.160f

Duyckinck, Evert A.: 13.142m; 14.73c; 15.58-61a, 264m


Eac: (Aeacus; see also Eacus): 2.125mq; 14.68cq

Eacus: (see also Eac): 14.55m

Eames, Mrs. Elizabeth J.: 11.159-60c

Earle, Pliny: 15.230p

Earthquake, Mr.: 9.117fq

East India Co.: 9.215m

Eblis (cf. VATHEK): 7.8c

Eddy: 12.229fq; 13.87fq

Edgar (“Elfrida”): 13. 110fq, 176fq; 15.95fq

Edgar (THE FORTUNE HUNTER): 12.207fq

Edgar (LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR): 12.192fq

Edgeworth, Maria: 8.261c; 9.203m; 14.184c; 15.109c

Edmond, Amanda M.: 12.250-52r

Edmunds: 3.20f

Edouard, Lord: 2.152fq

Edward III: 2.168m

Edward VI: 14.67m

Edward, David B.: 9.78-9r

Egaeus: (see MIDSUMMER NIGHT’s DREAM): 2.16m

Egan, Pierce: 11.14m

Egeria: 9.201fq; 12.208mq; 14.152m

Egyptian Queen (Cleopatra): 7.63m

Eiros (cf. Iras in ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA): 4.1f; 7.63m; 12.99fq

El Emanu: (see God): 2.219m

Elah Gabalah: 2.206c

Elah-Gabalus (for Heliogabalus, q.v.): 3.299m

Eldon, Lord: 9.178m

Eleatic School: 2.275m

Electra: 9.148fq

Eleonora: 4.237f

Elfrida: 13.109fq, 176fq; 15.95fq

Elizabeth, Queen: 2.144m; 8.327mq; 9.99mq

Elkswatawa, the Prophet: 9.119mq

Ellen (“The Light of the Light-House”): 15.93fq

Ellen (“A Mother’s Prayer in Illness”): 15.103fq

Ellet, Elizabeth F.: (see also Ellett): 8.138-42r; 11.159-60c; 15.207p

Ellett, Mrs. Elizabeth Fries: (see also Ellet): 13.16c, 214a

Elline (probably Poe’s coinage): 2.210m

Elliot: (artist): 13.156c, 216c

Ellis, Miss: 12.128c

Ellison: 4.259f; 6.176f

Ellison, Mr. Seabright: 4.261f; 6.178f

Ellsler, Fanny: 11.239c; 13.114c, 181c

Elmo, Captain: 8.194fq

Elohim: 2.217m

Eloise (“The Unexpected Declaration”): 13.119fq, 184fq

Elwood, Charles: 5.243c

Elzevir (printer): 4.109m

Embury, Emma C.: 15.90-91a, 113c, 197-8p

Emerson, Ralph Waldo: 4.218c; 11.7m, 15c, 189c; 13.193m, 195p; 14.179c; 15.260p; 16.100c, 122c

Emmons, Pop (for Richard): 6.1m; 11.160m, 235c

Emmons, William: 15.163p

Empedocles: 14.61c

Enciso: 10.53fq

Encke, Prof. Johann Franz: 2.49m, 96m; 16.303-4m, 334m

Encolyon: 11.261fq, 273fq

Enderby, Messieurs (once of Liverpool, once of London): 3.18m, 170m

Endymion (Hirst’s poem): 12.179mq; 13.211cq

Endymion (Poe’s sarcasm for Hirst): 13.213m

English, Thomas Dunn: (see also Thomas Dunn Brown): 11.242c; 15.64-6a

Enslen, Carl Georg: 14.42c; 16.35c

Eos (Aurora): 11.260fq; 16.33m

Epictetus: 2.165m

Epicurus: 2.140m; 4.155c; 10.70m; 16.166c, 266m

Epimenides: 2.167m

Epiphanius: 14.4m

Erasmus: 8.49m, 104m

Erebus: (see also Pluto and Dis): 5.188m

Ermengarde: 4.243f

Ernesti, J. H. M.: 9.266c

Eros: (see also Cupid): 12.135mq; 14.290m

Erskine (probably Henry Erskine): 9.178m

Erskine, Mr. (Lord Kinneder): 9.173m

Esling, Catherine H. (see Waterman): 11.241-2c; 15.206m

Espy, Professor James P.: 11.163c; 16.118c

Estelle (pseudonym of Elizabeth Bogart): 15.107c

Ethelred: 3.292f

Ethix, Aestbeticus: 2.38f

Etienne, Alexandre: 4.165f

Euclid: 6.201m; 11.23m; 16.20m, 103m, 188m, 194m

Eudora: 9.147fq

Eudoxus (of Cyzicus): 16.127m

Euenis (for Evenus, son of Jason): 4.213m; 14.66m

Eulalia: 7.91f

Eupatrids: 4.136m

Euripides: 4.1m; 8.43-7c; 9.193m; 12.4c, 13cq, 131c; 14.62c, 65c; 16.5m, 72c

Euroclydon (Longfellow): 10.78mq; 12.90mq

Eusebius (Bishop of Caesarea): 2.38m; 14.51m

Eusebius: (possibly of Myndus, the Neoplatonist): 2.131m

Eva: 13.80fq

Evangelists, Holy: (see also separate names): 7.63m

Eve: 6.81m; 12.3mq, 4c, 6mq, 11m, 22-3m; 13.164mq, 223mq; 14.44c, 285mq; 16.82m

Eve (“Drama of Exile”): 12.9fq

Eveleth, G. W.: 16.337m

Everest, Charles W.: 11.241c

Everett, Edward: 8.49m, 115c; 11.241c; 15.152-3p, 188m, 203p, 238m

Ezekiel: 2.203m


Fabian family (from Latin for bean): 16.166m

Fabricius, John Albert: 14.68c

Fadladeen: 14.171fq

Fagin: 10.199-200fq

Falcone, Count: 13.38fq

Falcone, Isabella of: 13.38fq

Falconer, Col.: 8.65fq

Falconer, Harriet: 8.67fq

Falkland (CALEB WILLIAMS): 8.65fq

Falkner, Mrs.: 9.189fq

Falstaff: 6.105fq

Fanny (NIGHT AND MORNING): 10.116fq

Fanny (“To An Atheist Poet” for “Fanny’s Error”): 13.116fq, 183fq

Farmers’ and Mechanics’ Bank (in Philadelphia): 5.301m

Fatquack (Poe’s derogation of J. F. Cooper): 6.16m

Faustus: 8.94m

Favart, Monsieur: 10.129fq

Favyn, Andre (THEATRE OF HONOR): 4.109m

Fay, Theodore Sedgwick: 8.51-62p, 202c; 11.223c; 15.173-4p, 220p

Featherstone, Captain: 3.147m

Featherstonhaugh, J. W.: 16.3m

Felton, Cornelius C.: 14.263-5c

Feltspar, Ferdinand Fitz-Fossillus (sic): 2.39c

Fenelon: 9.146c, 154m

Ferdinand VII: 9.4c

Ferdinand (Webster’s character): 7.63fq; 12.99fq

Ferguson, James: 16.349m, 352c

Ferrar, Nicholas: 16.171c

Fessis, Count: (not found): 16.167c

Fether, Professor: 6.71f

Feuerteufel, Dr.: 9.135fq

Fibalittle, Mrs. (sic): 6.18m

Fichte: 2.28m, 359m, 392m; 11.136m

Field (probably Thomas W. Field): 16.118m

Field, Joseph M. (ST. LOUIS REVEILLE): 11.224c; 13.6m, 12m

Fielding, Henry: 8.186m; 11.14m, 90c

Filcher, Captain: 11.14fq

Fish, Preserved (N.Y. merchant): 16.168c

Fisher: (actor): 12.128m

Fisk, Allen: 14.212m

Fitzgerald, Captain: 9.42mq

Fiurilli, Tiberio (for Fiorelli): 14.46m

Flaccus: 5.211m; 11.160-74r

Flaminius, M. Antonius: 14.61c; 16.38c

Flavius Vopiscus: 2.209c

Flaxman, John: 9.201m; 11.84c

Fletcher, Giles: 4.259m; 6.176m; 9.91m

Fletcher, Phineas: 9.91m

Flint, Abel (a grammarian): 14.212m

Flint, Timothy: 9.107m; 15.151p, 158m

Florence, Emily: 8.191fq

Florence, Richard: 8.191fq

Flud, Robert: 3.287m

Fogg, Augustus: 12.114fq

Fogle, Lankey: 13.74fq

Fonthill (Beckford’s estate): 6.190m

Foreman, Gay: 9.117fq

Forrest, Edwin: 11.115m; 12.185c

Forsyth, Mr. (probably Poe’s invention): 5.225m, 233m, 239m

Fortunato: 6.167f

Foscolo, Ugo: 8.138-9c

Foster, George G. (editor, writer): 15.237p

Foster, Theodore (reprinted British magazines in N. Y.): 14.160c

Foucquet, C. L. A.: 9.183m

Fouque, Friedrich de la Motte: 10.30-9r, 66c; 11.89c, 247c; 13.149c; 16.48-51r, 115-7r

Fourier, Francois Marie Charles: 6.199c; 14.172c, 179c; 16.100c, 294m, 333m

Fox, Charles J.: 8.82-3c, 323m; 9.175c, 178m, 179c

Frailey, Charles S.: 14.135-6c, 138-40pq, 141cq, 149c

Frampton, Lance: 8.150fq

Francis, Miss: 12.49mq

Francis I: 2.201m; 11.38m; 14.181m

Francis, Charles S.: 10.139m; 15.248m

Francis, John W.: 15.25-7a

Francis, Sir Philip: 9.178m

Franco, Harry: (see Briggs): 15.20m

Franklin, Benjamin: 8.171m

Franklin, Captain John: 8.88m, 169m

Frauenhofer, Joseph von: 16.348c

Frederic II or the Great: 12.18m; 14.42m

Free, Micky: 11.96fq

Frenau, Philip: 11.35c, 124c, 154c; 14.41c; 16.77c

French convulsives: 8.156m

French, James S.: 9.112c, 116-26r; 15.219-20p

Freron, Elie: 14.189c

Frey Herren (unidentified; probably Poe’s ironic coinage): 5.212m

Freyhere, M. I. F.: 14.19-20p

Fricassee: 2.39f

Frobisher, Joseph: 4.17m

Frogpond (for Boston): 6.231m

Frogpondian: 16.172m

Frogton (Poe’s coinage): 11.90c

Froissart, Jean: 5.178m

Froissart, Monsieur: (of Paris): 5.178f

Froissart, Napoleon Bonaparte: (also Simpson): 5.205f

Frost, John: 15.242-3p

Fuller, Miss (probably Frances A. or Metta, q.v.): 15.113c

Fuller, Frances A. and Metta: 11.157c

Fuller, Frances: 11.159-60m

Fuller, Hiram: 15.264c

Fuller, Sarah Margaret: 13.169-70p, 195p; 15.73-83a

Fullerton, Georgiana: 16.34p

Fum-Fudge (Poe’s coinage): 2.35m

Furies: 2.285m; 6.22m

Furneaux, Lieutenant: 3.165-6c

Furness: 10.199fq

Furrier (for Fourier, q.v.): 6.199c

Fuseli, Henry: 3.283m

Fust, Johann (of Mainz): 8.94m


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Notes:

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[S:0 - DNTCW, 1968] - Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore - Works - Dictionary of Names and Titles (B. R. Pollin) (Names in Poe’s Works [A-F])