Text: Burton R. Pollin, “Names in Poe’s Works [G-O],” Dictionary of Names and Titles in Poe’s Collected Works, (1968), 36-70 (This material is protected by copyright)


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Names in Poe’s Works [[G-O]]

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G—, Lieutenant (“Gold-Bug”): 5.105f

G—, Monsieur (“Purloined Letter”): 6.28f

Gabriel: 5.168m; 12.6-7mq; 13.207cq

Gaillard, Petit (Poe’s coinage): 6.65m

Gall, Franz Joseph: 6.133m; 8.252m, 255m

Gallagher, William Davis: 9.73-5r; 15.223p, 224c

Galt, John (LIFE . . . OF BENJAMIN WEST): 13.117mq

Galvani: 2.309m

Gammon (sic): 10.212fq

Garabito, Jorge: 10.54fq

Garcia, Maria Felicia: 10.91r, 92m

Garcio, Alfonzo: 4.163f

Garnier, Jean: 2.359m

Garrow, William: 9.175-6c

Gascoigne: 9.91m

Gashford (Gordon riots): 11.47m

Gaspari, Adam Christian: 16.71m

Gates, General: 8.147fq

Gaultier, Abbe Edouard Camille (COURS COMPLET DE JEUX INSTRUCTIFS): 2.201m

Gaultier, Philip: 14.46m

Gawtrey, William: 10.119fq

Gay-Lussac, J. L.: 2.63m

Ge-Henna: 2.28m

Gell, Sir William: 16.31m

Gellius, Aulus: 8.204-5m; 14.48c

Gelston, Mr.: 11.196mq

Genghis Khan: (see also Zinghis): 7.137m

Gentiles, The: 2.217a

George (by Kirkland): 15.87fq

George III: 9.174m, 178m, 184m

George IV: 8.180m; 9.177m; 11.97c

George, King: 2.144m

Geraldine: 11.136fq; 12.171fq

Gerardin (for Girardin, q.v.): 16.43m

Gertrude (FASHION): 12.112fq, 125fq

Gertrude (LAFITTE): 9.107fq

Gesenius, H. F. W.: 10.18m, 84m; 16.65m

Geta: 9.153fq

Gheber (or Guebre, Zoroastrian or fire worshipper): 2.199m

Giant’s Dance (name at Stonehenge): 14.113m

Gibbon, Edward: 8.224c, 226-7c; 10.2c; 11.80m; 14.92-3c, 94m, 180cq; 16.14-7p, 111c

Gibbons, Grinling: 16.95mq

Giesecke, Sir Charles: 8.87m

Gifford, William: 12.84c

Gil Polo, Gaspar: 9.202m

Gilbert, Mr.: 8.65fq

Gilbert, Davies: 8.207c

Gilbert, Hyland: 8.67fq

Gilbert, Jessie: 8.67fq

Gilbert, Oran: 8.65fq

Gillespie, William M.: 15.19-30a; 16.98c

Gilman, Caroline: 16.51-2a

Gilman, Chandler Robbins: 8.120-21r; 9.77-8r

Gilpin, John: 10.166fq

Girardin, Count L. Stanislaus: 16.43m

Girond: 8.121fq

Gironne, Eymeric de (for Nicolas Eymeric de Gerone): 3.287m

Glanvill, Joseph: 2.225m, 248m, 253c, 258c

Glanville, Joseph (for Joseph Glanvill, q.v.): 2.225m

Glass, Corporal: 3.161m

Glass, Francis: 8.103-7r

Glauce: 13.56mq

Glendinning: 3.316f

Gliddon, George Robins: 10.19-20c

Gliddon, Mr. (cf. George Robins Gliddon): 6.118f

Glover, Richard: 6.103m; 14.49m

Gluck (the printer; Poe’s invention): 2.102m

Glumdalclitch (Swift): 15.88fq

Gnome: 6.196m

God: 2.23m, 36m, 47m, 100m, 133m, 149m, 182m, 219m, 225mq, 240-41c, 248mq, 257c; 3.10m, 29m, 68m, 108m, 111m, 113m, 116m, 124m, 133m, 147m, 204m; 4.8m, 34m, 115m, 194-5c, 198c, 203c, 240m, 267c, 270c; 5.64c, 94m, 147c, 239m, 245-6c, 248c, 250c, 256m; 6.140-43c, 145-6c, 175m, 185m, 188c, 206c; 7.1m, 14m, 16m, 18m, 24m, 27-8m, 30m, 35m, 39m, 41m, 47-8mq, 52-4m, 65m, 72m, 82m, 85m, 87m, 98m, 106m, 108m, 127m, 136-7m, 172m, 176m; 8.44c, 62m, 113pq, 113-4m, 127m, 132cq, 136m, 177m, 206pq, 255m, 281-3c; 9.14m, 115mq, 290mq, 299mq; 10.10c, 11cq, 68m, 78mq, 81mq, 122m, 185m; 11.19mq, 21c, 41m, 89m, 167mq, 170mq, 189m; 12.5mq, 25mq, 31mq, 37c, 111mq, 163c, 168mq, 199mq, 203mq, 205mq, 227m, 242cq; 13.22cq, 46pq, 68c, 71mq, 81mq, 138mq, 205mq, 207pq, 223mq; 14.71cq, 91mq, 98c, 270mq, 286mq; 15.16cq, 102-4p, 194c; 16.6m, 9-10p, 48mq, 81mq, 135c, 162m, 196m, 198m, 200m, 202m 203c, 205-6c, 212c, 215c, 221-4c, 233c, 237-8c, 243c, 253-5c, 264c, 292c, 309c, 311-5c

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

Godescal (perhaps Poe’s error for Godescalcus or Gottschalk, German monk of ninth century): 14.92m

Godey, Louis A.: 15.218p

Godwin, Francis: (see Gonsales): 2.106-8p

Godwin, Mrs. Parke: 13.141m

Godwin, William: 2.154c; 8.65m, 92-4r, 9.265c; 10.218-9c; 11.64c; 12.224m; 14.189c, 193c; 16.34m, 48c, 142m, 157c

Goethe: 2.392m; 7.28m; 8.42m; 9.202m; 10.57m; 11.5m, 114c; 12.13-4c; 16.117c

Gog: (see Revelations xx.8): 2.203m

Goggle: 8.150fq

Goldsmith, Oliver: 8.186m; 11.8-10r, 41c, 65m, 242m; 13.130m; 14.47-8c, 227m; 15.218m; 16.76c, 98m

Goldsmith, Oliver: (see Luke in “Luke’s iron crown”): 9.275m

Gomez, Buy: 12.211fq

Gondola, Convolvulus (sic): 2.xxxviii m

Gonsales, Domingo (pseudonym of Francis Godwin, L’ HOMME DANS LA LUNE): 2.106-8p

Gonzales, Dominique (for Domingo Gonsales, q.v.): 2.106-8p

Goodfellow, Charles: 5.291f

Goodwin (for William Godwin): 9.265c

Goosetherumfoodle (Poe’s coinage): 15.71m

Gordian knot (Gordius of Phrygia): 7.115m, 217m

Gordon, Duchess of: 9.178m

Gore, Catherine G. F. (CECIL): 5.299m

Gorgias of Leontini: 2.275m; 4.134c

Gosselin, P. F. J.: 16.93m

Gothamite (Poe’s coinage): 14.164m

Gould, Hannah F.: 8.134-8r, 202c; 13.18c; 15.166p, 196-7p; 16.38-9c

Gove, Mrs. Mary: 10.197c; 15.61a, 61m, 258-9p

Gove, Mary S. G.: (also Mrs. Nichols and Mary Orme)

Graham, A. W. (engraver): 8.50m

Graham, George R.: 15.213p

Grammont, Antoine, Duc de: 11.40c

Grandgousier (GARGANTUA): 11.25m

Grandison, Sir Charles (Richardson): 8.54m; 10.125m

Grandjean, Auguste (New York hair treatment expert): 2.155m; 6.111m

Grant, Anne: 9.70-71r

Grant, James (WALKS AND WANDERINGS): 16.9c

Grattan, Henry: 16.63p, 140-41c

Grattan, Thomas C.: 11.223c

Gravina, L’ Abbate: 10.42-3c; 14.274c; 16.6c, 29c, 138c

Gray, Arthur: 12.261fq

Gray, Emily: 14.241fq

Gray, Molly: 15.63fq

Gray, Thomas: 14.46m, 57-8c; 16.75-6c

Great Tom (bell of oxford): 16.167m

Greeley, Horace: 11.224c, 241c; 14.179c; 15.250-51p, 257m

Greely (“A. G. Pym”): 3.76f

Greely, Frank (“Julius Rodman”): 4.25f

Greely, John (“Julius Rodman”): 4.25f

Greely, Meredith (“Julius Rodman”): 4.25f

Greely, Poindexter (“Julius Rodman”): 4.25f

Greely, Robert (“Julius Rodman”): 4.25f

Green (of the EMPORIUM): 12.244cq; 16.154m, 155c

Green, Charles (English aeronaut): 2.67m; 5.229-31c

Green Mountain Boy, for Ethan Allen (cf. THE GREEN MOUNTAIN BOYS OF 1839 by D. P. Thompson): 2.185c

Greenleaf, Jeremiah (a grammarian): 14.212m

Greenwood, F. W. P.: 10.81-5r

Grenouille, Prince de (sic): 2.41f

Gresset, J. B.: 3.287m

Grey, Lord: 9.178m

Grey, Everard: 11.197fq

Griffith (etcher on wood): 8.327mq

Griffith, Mary (CAMPERDOWN): 9.71-2r

Grillparzer, Franz: 9.202c

Grimm (apparently a physicist): 2.65m

Grimm, the printer (probably Poe’s coinage): 2.53m

Griswold, Dr. Rufus W.: 6.103m; 11.124-6r, 131-2p, 147-60r, 160m, 220-43r; 12.44mq, 180p, 244-7r; 13.16p, 16cq, 78-81r, 122m, 130pq, 188c, 225m; 15.62m, 67-8m, 74m, 107c, 121c, 211c, 215p, 285m

Grogswigg (sic in “Devil in Belfry”): 3.248m

Grotius: 8.106m

Grueby, John: 11.47m

Gruff: 4.128f

Grund, Francis J. (for Poe’s Francis L.): 11.221m

Gruntundguzzell (sic in “Devil in Belfry”): 3.248m

Grundy, Abraham: 8.80fq

Gruninger, Johannes: 4.145m

Gueret, Gabriel (PARNASSE REFORME): 2.197m; 16.74m

Guido, Pandulfo di: 8.226fq

Guilletiere, De la (as given by Poe, for George Guillet de Saint George): 14.114c

Guizot, F. P. G.: 10.134m

Gulley, John (Member of Parliament and former pugilist): 2.272m

Gulliver (Swift): 14.230fq; 15.88fq

Guloseton (by Bulwer): 8.151m

Gunhilda: 15.80fq

Gurney, Sir John: 9.83m

Gutsmuth and Co. (trade name; see also Guts-Muths): 6.250m

Guts-Muths, Johann Christoph F. (for Gutsmuth in Poe): 16.71m

Guy, Captain: 3.147f

Gwineth, Lady: 13.212fq

Gwyn, Lady: 8.80fq

Gwyn, Nell: 8.79mq


Habersham: 8.11m

Habington: 9.91m

Hafiz (? bard of Schiraz): 4.240m; 14.171c

Hague (Philadelphia charlatan, called Hugo by Harrison): 16.91c

Hal (HENRY IV): 8.99fq; 15.111fq

Halcro, Claud (THE PIRATE): 7.35fq

Halcyon: 2.22m

Hale, Mrs. Sarah Josepha: 8.117-8r; 12.259-62r; 15.171p, 203p

Hale, Sir Matthew: 8.323m

Halero, Claud (error for Halcro): 7.35fq

Hall, Mrs. (possibly Sarah Hall): 12.242m

Hall, Baldwin (pseudonym of Longstreet, q.v.): 8.257-65r, 259c

Hall, Basil: 9.170-74r, 199cq

Hall, Baynard R.: 9.166-7r

Hall, Lieut. F.: 4.95m

Hall, James: 8.108-9r

Hall, Sir James: 9.171m

Hall, Bishop Joseph: 2.35m; 9.203m

Hall, S. C.: 9.91-103r; 12.139-46r

Halleck, Fitz-Greene: 8.182m, 307-18r, 338c; 10.87m, 182c; 11.190-204r; 12.36m, 42mq, 107m; 13.143m, 165c; 15.43c, 47c, 49-56a, 108m, 150-51p, 165m, 189p, 190m, 239c, 251m

Hamadryad: 7.22m

Hamer, Thomas Lyon: 9.307c

Hamilton, Alexander: 15.122m

Hamilton, Count Anthony: 14.185m; 16.123m

Hamlet: 9.201fq; 12.227fq

Hammer: 14.45c

Hammersley, Captain: 11.90fq

Hammond, Mr. (by C. M. Kirkland): 15.88fq

Hammond, John: 8.249c

Hannibal: 14.59m; 16.5m

Hanno: 16.66m

Hansteen: 8:87m

Hardenberg, von (for F. L. von Hardenberg, or Novalis, q.v.): 16.98-9c

Harding, Silvester: 9.91m

Hardwycke, Colonel: 8.232fq

Hardwycke, Julius: 8.232fq

Hardy, Captain: 5.274f

Haredale, Emma: 11.43fq

Haredale, Geoffrey: 11.42fq

Haredale, Reuben: 11.43fq

Harlequin: 14.62m

Harlowe, Clarissa (Richardson): 12.186fq; 16.110fq

Harmer: 10.2m

Harpax: 11.261fq

Harper, James, John, Joseph, and Fletcher (publishers): 8.74m, 104c, 169m, 179c, 256m; 9.18m, 68m, 84m; 10.87m, 181m; 13.93c; 15.127m

Harpies: 4.214m; 14.66m

Harring, Harro: 15.73m

Harrington, Augustus: 8.236fq

Harrington, Emilia: 8.235fq

Harrington, James: 10.44c; 16.139c

Harris, Alfred: 3.199f

Harrison, William Henry: 9.23m, 122m; 11.221m

Harte, Henry Hickman: 16.354c

Hartley and Grant, Messrs.: 2.104m

Harvey, William: 8.169m

Hassan: 14.45c

Hassel, Johann Georg Heinrich: 16.71m

Hastings, Sergeant: 8.150fq

Hastings, Warren: 5.174-5m; 9.178m, 179c

Hawks: 9.91m

Hawk, Thomas (for Tomahawk): 6.20m

Hawks, Dr. Francis L.: 8.239-51r; 15.36m, 115c, 180m, 197m, 205p

Hawthorne, Nathaniel: 11.102-4r, 104-13r, 206c; 13.141-55r; 14.75c; 15.3-4c; 16.41c, 42-3p

Hazlitt, John: 9.141m

Hazlitt, Reverend William: 9.140m

Hazlitt, William: 11.105c; 12.226-8r

Hazlitt, William, Jr.: 9.140-45r

Head, Sir Francis (BUBBLES FROM THE BRUNNENS): 8.319-20r

Headley, Henry: 12.103m

Headley, J. T.: 13.202-209r

Hearne, Samuel: 4.16m

Heath, James E.: 15.241p

Heaviside, Mr.: 14.84fq

Heber, Bishop Reginald: 9.198m; 12.36m

Hecataeus: 14.113mq

Hecuba: 10.220fq; 11.89fq

Hedelin: (for Francois Hedelin Aubignac; see DUELLI): 4.109c, 111c; 14.44c

Hegel: 11.136m; 16.164c

Helen (ILIAD): 8.164fq

Helen (Poe’s poem): 7.46f

Helen (“The Valley Nis”): 7.190f

Heliogabalus (and various forms): 2.206c; 3.299m; 6.208c

Hellofagabalus (for Heliogabalus): 6.208c

Heloise: 8.190mq

Helvetius, Claude A.: 10.131p; 16.158c

Helvicus: 14.51m

Hemans, Felicia: 8.124-6c; 10.190m, 195-6c; 15.100c; 16.141c

Henderson (first-mate): 3.12f

Hennepin, Louis: 4.15m

Henniker: 10.13m

Henri: 9.107fq

Henry VII: 14.49c, 58m

Henry (in Tickell’s poem): 14.58fq; 16.47fq

Henry, Caleb S.: 15.197p

Henry, Francis (Earl of Bridgewater): 8.206-209c

Henry, Patrick: 8.250c

Henry, Prince (of Prussia): 8.167m

Henry, Robert C.: 15.36m, 180m

Henson, Mr. (William Samuel Henson): 5.224m, 228c

Hephaestos: 11.269fq

Heraclides (name of several prominent classical figures): 2.208m

Heraclitus: 4.104m

Herbert, George: 9.91m

Herbert, Henry William: 11.223c; 13.142m; 15.206p; 16.66p

Hercules: 2.114m; 3.51m; 11.211m; 12.258mq; 13.104mq; 16.173m

Hercules Farnese (statue): 11.211m

Herder, J. G.: 9.200m, 202m; 11.65c

Hermann, Johann: 4.106f

Hermanus Pictorius: (probably Paulus Hermanus; comma between names needed; see Pictorius): 2.323m, 327m

Hermippus: 9.146fq

Hero: 6.137m

Herod: 2.187m; 3.315m; 4.255m; 14.4m; 15.20m

Herodes Atticus (for Atticus Herodes): 3.316m

Herodotus: 9.193m; 14.52m, 65c

Herren, Frey (not traced): 5.212m

Herrera, Fernando de: 9.202m

Herrick: 9.91m

Herschel, Sir John: 2.104c, 105-6m; 6.100c; 15.127c, 130m, 133m, 135c; 16.297-300c, 348c, 352-3c

Herschell, Frederick W.: 16.289m

Hervieu, A.: 9.18m

Hesiod (WORKS AND DAYS): 11.251m

Hesper (for Venus, the evening star): 4.239m, 242m

Hesperia: 12.258mq

Hesperus: 12.204mq

Hetty (sic for a Fury): 2.285m

Hevelius, Johann: 2.96c; 16.351-2c

Hewitt (perfume extract): 2.357m

Hewitt, Mrs. Mary E.: 11.159m; 12.254-9r; 13.98-105r; 15.123-6a; 16.38-9c

Heywood, Captain: 3.161m

Hicks, Absalom: 3.76f

Hide-Binders: (see “High-Binders”): 16.53mq

Hierocles: 2.38m; 8.91m

Hieronymus: 2.163m

Hierosolymarius (title of Pompey, for capture of Jerusalem): 14.5m

Higginson (THE HEROINE): 8.80fq

Higginson, Squire John H. (SHEPPARD LEE): 9.130fq

High-Binders: (see “Hide-Binders”): 16.53mq

Hill, George: 11.223c; 16.143c

Hinnow: 2.28m

Hipparete: 9.148fq

Hippocrates: 2.143m, 158m; 16.70m

Hippocrates (PHILOTHEA): 9.146fq

Hirst, Henry B.: 12.166-80r; 13.209-13a; 15.65c, 269c

Hoback, John: 9.228m, 233m

Hobart (in “the Stepmother,” once written Hobert): 12.229fq; 13.87fq

Hobson, Ephraim: 14.77fq

Hoffman and Benjamin, Messers: 14.233m

Hoffman, Charles Fenno: 8.120m; 10.44c; 11.125m, 220m, 223c, 235c, 241c; 13.142m; 15.118-22a, 206m, 250p; 16.139c

Hoffman, David: 15.232p

Hoffman, Ogden: 15.122m

Hog (for James Hogg and Bacon): 6.202c

Hogarth: 6.26m; 10.122c

Hogg, James: (see also Hog and the pun on Bacon): 10.2m; 16.189-91c, 195c, 197c

Hoggs, Frogs, Bogs and Co.: 5.304m

Holberg, Ludwig: 3.287m

Holcroft, Thomas: 9.142m

Holden, Ezra: 15.212p

Holland, Robert (for Robert Hollond, M.P): 5.224-5c, 229m; 12.133m

Holmes, Oliver Wendell: 8.246m, 248m; 11.126c, 227c; 12.200m; 13.165c; 15.38c, 256p

Holofernes: 16.98m

Home, John (DOUGLAS): 9.197m

Homer: 2.128m, 250m; 4.213m, 269m; 5.211m; 8.164m, 203m; 9.71mq, 193m; 10.43c; 11.136m, 148c, 195m; 12.10m, 20m; 13.151c, 197m, 211m; 14.42c, 44c, 48c, 53c, 64c, 66c, 66m, 67c, 246c, 267p; 16.37m, 69m, 112c, 136m, 138c

Homer Junior (Homerus, one of the Pleiades): 2.39m

Homoouioisios: 2.38m

Homoousios: 2.38m

Hood, Robin: 8.8m

Hood, Thomas: 12.42m, 44pq, 47-9pq, 52mq, 72m, 79-82p, 105p, 213-22r, 233-4r, 235-7r; 14.283-7c; 15.62c; 16.96c, 177-8p

Hook, Theodore: 8.223c; 11.40m

Hooke, Robert: 16.350c

Hooper, Lucy: 11.159-60c

Hop-Frog: 6.217f

Hop O’ My Thumb: 13.70m

Hope, Thomas: 8.223c, 256-7c

Hopkinson, Joseph: 15.162-3p, 201p

Horace: 4.230m; 8.45c, 203mq; 9.193m; 11.160m; 13.15cq; 14.58c, 171c, 217m, 257-8c, 260m; 16.47c

Horatio: 8.93fq

Horatius, Quintus: (see also Horace): 11.160m

Horn, Charles E.: 10.95m

Horne, Miss: 12.128m

Horne, Richard Henry: 11.244c, 249-75r; 12.242m; 13.4cq; 14.233-4c; 15.124c

Horner, Master Jack: 15.86m

Horry: 8.5mq

Horse (for Samuel Morse): 6.200c

Horsely, Samuel (Poe’s error for Horsley, q.v.): 4.230m; 14.184c

Horsely, Bishop: 4.230m; 14.184c

Hossack (for David Hosack): 9.30mq; 15.25m

Hotspur: 11.200fq

Howard, Colonel: 12.113fq

Howard, H.: 11.87-8c

Howe, Sir William:11.112c

Howitt, Mary (probably error for Mary E. Hewitt, q.v.): 16.38-9c

Hoyle, Edmund: 4.148m; 11.40c

Hoyt, Rev. Ralph: 12.193-201r; 15.37-8a

Hubbard, W. J.: 8.102m

Hubley, Mrs.: 9.38mq

Hudibras (Butler): 14.57fq

Hudson Bay Fur Company: 4.15m

Hudson, Henry (explorer): 13.74m, 76c

Hudson, Henry N. (Shakespeare scholar): 13.12m; 16.83-4c, 90c, 100c

Hugh: 11.42fq

Hugo: (Harrison’s error for Hague; see also Victor Hugo): 16.91c

Hugo (Jacobus): 4.213c; 14.66c

Hugo, Victor: 4.254m; 10.134m, 135p, 136-7c; 11.26m, 59c; 16.172c

Huldbrand, Sir: 10.31fq; 16.49fq

Hull, William: 9.23m

Humboldt, Alexander von: 2.67c; 16.181-6c, 299p

Hume, David: 8.327mq; 11.136m; 16.193c

Hume, Joe (for Joseph Hume, 1777-1855): 16.193c

Humphrey, Master: 10.144fq

Humphries, Bella: 8.149fq

Hunt, Mr. (discussed in “A. G. Pym”): 3.146m

Hunt (explorer): 9.233c, 241c, 243c

Hunt, Freeman: 15.40-43a

Hunt, John: 3.76f

Hunt, Leigh: 9.143m; 11.105c, 250m; 12.36m, 226c, 237-8r; 13.171c; 14.220c; 16.111c

Hunt, Wilson Price: 4.20m; 9.216-7c, 23-33c, 35c, 37-40c

Hunter, Herman: 8.67fq

Huntingdon: 15.74m

Huntley, Miss (Sigourney): 8.122m

Hydrus: 14.41mq

Hyle: 14.45c

Hyperborei: 14.113mq

Hyperion: 6.14m; 9.47mq


Iago: 3.265fq

Iamblicus: 2.38m

Ianthe (Embury): 15.90m

Ianthe (Poe’s poem): 7.37f

Ida: 16.140fq

Idiorne (for Thomas Odiorne): 14.41m

Iglesias de la Casa, Jose: 9.296m

Imogen (CYMBELINE): 9.197fq

Impey, Elijah: 9.179c

Indagine, Jean d’: 3.287m

Ines: 12.220fq; 14.283fq

Ingersoll, Charles J.: 12.252-4r

Ingersoll, Charles M. (INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH GRAMMAR): 14.212m

Ingraham, Joseph H.: 9.106-16r; 11.224c; 13.97m; 15.188p

Ingram, James: 14.112c

Inman, Henry: 15.56c

Innocent VII, Pope: 7.139m

Inquisition: 5.75m

Ionic School: 2.275m

Irby, Captain: 10.13-4m, 16m, 82cq, 83c; 16.63c

Irdonozur: 2.107fq

Iredell, James: 9.310m

Irene (RIENZI): 8.226fq

Irene (“The Sleeper”): 7.51f

Iris: 12.258mq

Irving, Washington: 4.15m, 19m; 8.49m, 91-2r, 111m, 186m, 219c, 222c, 320c; 9.207-43r; 10.87m, 126c, 174-8r, 221c, 226c; 11.27m, 102c, 105c, 110c; 12.36m; 13.106m, 142m, 147c, 153-4c; 15.67cq, 83m, 89m, 108m, 115c, 153-4p, 182p, 184c, 227c; 16.119c

Isabel (Hoyt’s “Old”): 12.196fq; 15.38fq

Isabel (Poe’s poem): 7.169f

Isabelle (Hirst): 12.70fq

Isabelle (STANLEY THORN): 11.14fq

Isaeus: 2.39m

Isaiah: 10.83m

Ischaides (for Jochaides, q.v.): 6.280m

Isis: 8.325m

Israfel (and Israfeli): 7.47-8m, 106m


Jacinta: 7.62f; 12.98f

Jack: 8.301fq

Jack the Giant-Killer: 10.64m

Jackson, Mr.: 14.52m

Jacob: 12.48mq

Jacobin Club House: 5.67m

Jacquier: 16.48m

James I: 8.242m; 9.91m, 96m, 99mq

James II: 9.178mq

James, G. P. R.: 9.168-70r; 10.132c, 207c; 11.91m; 14.171c

Jameson, Anna Brownell: 9.203m

Jasper: 15.111fq

Jebusites, The: 14.5m

Jefferson, Thomas: 4.12c, 17c, 19c; 8.250c; 9.163cq, 214c; 10.86m; 11.238c; 15.24c

Jeffrey, Captain: 3.161m

Jeffrey, Francis (once spelled Jeffries): 8.334mq; 16.157m

Jehosaphat: 2.218m; 14.43m

Jehovah: 14.49c, 50m, 55mq; 16.47c, 315c

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

Jenkins: 13.143m

Jenkinson, Charles: 9.175m

Jennings (tradesman): 6.126m

Jeremiah: 5.210m; 14.42c

Jeroboam: 14.2m

Jerome, Saint: 14.65c

Jesus: (see also God et al.): 8.131c; 14.42m

Jew, Wandering: 9.139m

Jewsbury, Maria Jane: 9.201m

Job: 8.129mq

Jobb, Flashbill and Co.: 14.78m

Jochaides, Simeon (or Hen Jochai, ZOHAR): 6.78m, 280m

Johannes (for Saint John): 14.43c, 59m

John, Saint: 14.43c, 59m

John, a smith (for John Smith): 6.215c

John of Nivelles, Lord of Montmorency (cf. proverb about the dog who fled when called): 16.166m

Johnson, Captain: 3.164m

Johnson, Dr. Samuel: 7.xlii m; 8.147m, 203mq, 204c; 9.104-105c, 159-60m; 10.11m, 43c; 11.5m; 14.41c, 94c; 15.35m, 49m, 180m; 16.40c, 98c, 103m, 124cq, 139m, 175m

Johnson, William: 9.31mq

Johnston, David C.: 15.199m

Joliffe: 10.13m

Jolimaitre, Count (Gustave Treadmill): 12.113fq, 128fq, 188fq

Jones: 3.76f

Jones (ASTORIA): 9.227-8m, 243m

Jones (in Jones’ Mills): 9.41mq

Jones, Aikin: 9.127fq

Jones, J. Beauchamp: 15.235p

Jones, Ben: 9.237c

Jones, Davy: 2.180m

Jones, Morgan: 10.114fq

Jones, Robert: 2.35f

Jones, Captain Thomas A.: 9.309c, 313m

Jones, William A.: 13.193p

Jonson, Ben: 4.102m; 8.294c; 9.91m

Joseph (patriarch): 10.24m

Josephus: 7.31m; 14.1m, 5m, 55c

Joshua: 14.5m, 52m

Jourdain, Monsieur: 4.166m

Jove: 2.22mq, 290m; 11.237m; 12.258mq; 13.104mq; 14.48pq

Jove: (see also Jupiter)

Jovius, Paulus: 16.168c

Joyce: 11.207fq

Joyeuse, Madame: 6.66f

Juana: 9.108fq

Judaeans: 14.2m

Judah: 14.2m

Judas Iscariot: 13.64mq

Judas Maccabaeus: 14.55c

Jules, the Canadian: 4.66f

Juliana: 12.189fq

Julie (LA NOUVELLE HELOISE): 2.152m

Julien, Simon: 6.270m

Juliet: 11.143fq; 12.191fq

Jumble, Jim: 9.127fq

Juniper: 2.273f

Junius: 2.323m; 9.178m; 11.101c

Juno: 12.258mq, 261mq; 16.23m

Junot, M. Pierre (cf. Androche Junot): 4.22f

Jupiter: 2.148m, 280m; 7.28mq; 11.161m; 12.43m; 14.51m, 60mq; 16.3m, 23m, 35m

Jupiter: (see also Jove)

Jupiter (ORION): 11.260fq

Jupiter (servant): 5.96f

Jupiter Tonans: 11.161m; 12.43m

Justinian: 16.14mq

Juvenal: 9.193m; 16.62m


Kames, Lord: 11.5m

Kankar (for Kamkars, Zoroastrian spirits): 16.166c

Kant: 2.126c, 271m, 276c, 359m, 392m; 4.218c; 6.201m; 11.136m, 235c; 16.188m

Kate (TEN THOUSAND A YEAR): 10.211fq

Kate (“Three Sundays”): 4.228f

Katharine (Percy): 8.309fq; 11.200fq

Katherine (KATHERINE AND PETRUCHIO): 12.210fq

Katholim (for Katholikim, Hebrew for overseers of the treasury): 2.218m

Kean, Edmund: 8.321c; 9.199c

Keats, John: 2.197c; 4.269c; 8.294m; 9.304m; 10.66m; 11.65c, 76c, 237m; 12.158m; 13.4cq; 16.74c

Keese, John: 11.149-50c; 12.228c; 13.78c; 15.254m

Keith, Dr. Alexander: 10.9-17c, 82-4c, 179-80c; 16.63-6r

Keith, Patrick: 6.94m

Kelley, Frances: 9.199m

Kemble, Charles: 9.199m

Kemble, Frances Anne (Mrs. Butler): 5.159c; 8.50m, 85-6c; 9.203-204c; 15.116m

Kempelen, Baron: 6.249m; 14.11-2p, 17m, 21c, 27-9c, 35c

Kempelen: (see also von Kempelen for Poe’s character)

Kennedy, John P.: 8.4-11r; 15.128c, 155p, 158m, 184-5p, 193c, 206m

Kennedy, William (TEXAS): 6.89m

Kepler: 6.205c; 14.187c; 16.196-7c, 279p, 305m, 338m, 340-41m

Kerguelen: 3.149m

Ketch, Jack (for John Ketch): 11.175m

Kettell, Samuel: 11.17m, 149-50c

Kickapoo: 4.127m

Kidd, John: 8.207m

Kidd, Captain William (pirate): 5.128m; 9.129m

Kiezer, John: 9.247fq

King, Charles: 12.146m; 15.118m

King, Henry (Bishop of Chichester): 2.109m, 124c; 12.103c

King Log the Second (Poe’s coinage): 15.121m

Kirby, William: 8.207m

Kircher, Athanasius: 2.232c

Kirkland, Carolina M. (Mary Clavers): 15.84-8a

Kirkland, William: 13.16c; 14.212m; 15.23-4a

Kisel: 8.97fq

Kissam, Mr. (probably George W. Eveleth of Brunswick, Maine): 6.246f

Kit: 10.146fq

Knickerbocker tribe: 8.212-3c

Knight, Mrs.: 12.128c

Knowles, Ned (for Edward Kno’ well, in revised EVERY MAN IN HIS HUMOR): 4.102m

Knowles, Sheridan: 9.140p; 13.36c, 51m, 53c

Koliades, Constantine: 14.67c

Korner, Karl T.: 11.65c, 80c

Kotzwara, Franz (“Battle of Prague”): 16.29c, 138m

Kreutzenstern, Captain: 3.167-8c

Kreutzner: 8.59fq

Kroutaplenttey (sic in “Devil in Belfry”): 3.248m

Kuhleborn (UNDINE): 10.33fq; 16.49fq

Kupris (for Cypris from Cyprus, birthplace of Venus): 2.200m

Kyan, John H.: 14.167c


L. E. L.: (see also Landon): 12.15m, 20m

Laborde, Leon E.: 10.2m, 20m

La Bougive: 6.41m

La Breterie, Abbe de (for Abbe Philippe de la Bleterie): 14.94pq

La Bruyere, Jean de: 4.134m; 8.258m

La Croix, de (perhaps Emeric de Lacroix): 14.53c

La Fontaine: 4.214m

La Guilletiere, de: (see Guillet de Saint-George)

La Harpe, J. F. de: 16.32c

La Mennais, Abbe H. F. R. de: (see Lamennais)

La Place, Pierre Antoine de: 10.47m; 14.39m

La Seine, Pierre (Pietro Lasena, HOMERE NEPENTHES, etc.): 4.213c; 14.64c

Labbe, Pere Philippe: 14.70m

Lacepede: 10.26m

Lacko’ breath, Mrs.: 2.154f

Lacroix, Sylvestre Francois: 2.359m

Laertes (HAMLET): 9.201fq

Laertius (for Diogenes Laertius): 2.167c

Lafayette (THE LINWOODS): 8.98fq

Lafayette: 8.187m

Lafitte (Ingraham): 9.108fq

Laffitte, Jacques: 10.134m, 135c

Lafourcade, Victorine: 5.258m

Lagrange, J. L.: 16.305c

Lake School, The: 7.xxxvii c

Lalage (“Politian,” cf. Horace): 7.60f; 12.98f

Lalande, Madame Eugenie: 5.183m

Lalande, Stephanie: 5.205f

Lamartine, Alphonse de: 6.103m; 8.138-9c; 10.2m, 25c, 69c, 134m, 136-7c; 11.65c; 14.268m; 16.27c

Lamazee: 9.219m

Lamb, Charles: 8.320c; 9.140p; 11.60c, 105c; 12.36m; 15.67cq; 16.39m, 61m

Lambert, Jonathan: 3.161m

Lamennais, Abbe H. F. R. de: 5.41m; 10.134m

Landon, Letitia E.: 10.195-6r; 12.15m, 20m; 13.157m

Landor, Mr. (“Landor’s Cottage”): 6.269f

Landor, Walter S.: 16.48m

Landor, William (for Horace Binney Wallace): 5.33m; 15.198p

Langley, J. and G. H. (publishers): 12.225mq; 15.23m

Langtree, S. D.: 11.82-3c, 85c; 15.232p

Laniski, Count: 9.186fq

Lansdowne, Marquis of: 9.175c, 178m

Lapithae: 12.257mq

Laplace, Mam’ selle: 6.63f

Laplace, Marquis Charles de: 4.155m; 16.196m, 223c, 245c, 248c, 252c, 256c, 260-62c, 337m

Lara (Longfellow): 12.97fq

Lardner, Dr. Dionysius: 16.20-22p, 25c

Las Torres, Don Thomas de (for Tomas Hermenegildo de las Torres, CUENTOS, etc., q.v.): 4.213c; 14.174-5c

Lasalle, General (Antoine Chevalier Louis Collinet, Count de La Salle): 5.87m

Last, Mr.: 14.76fq

Latona: 14.113mq

Latour, Arsene Lacarriere: 9.107m

Latrobe, Charles Joseph: 8.111-4r

Latrobe, F. B.: 8.111m

Laughter (re Plutarch’s reference to Lycurgus’s vanished monument to laughter): 2.117c

Laura: 10.203m

Lauzanne, Jacques (cf. Governor Jean de Lauzan of New France): 4.38f

Lavater, J. G. C.: 15.43m

Laverna: 4.192m; 14.181m

Lawler, Meg: 8.192fq

Lawrence, Sir Thomas: 13.156m; 15.18m

Lawson, James: 15.83-4a

Lawson, Mary L.: 11.232-3c

Le Blanc, Monsieur: 5.4f

Le Bon, Adolphe: 4.161f, 165f

Le Brun, Pere (perhaps for Pierre Lebrun, dramatic poet, or Charles Le Brun, physiognomist): 2.201m

Le Brun, Master: 8.184fq

Le Clerc, Francis: 9.237c

Le Sage, Alain Rene: 8.196m; 14.63m

Le Sueur (? N. Sudorius): 16.48m

Lea, Isaac: 14.96c, 123m

Lear: 12.90fq

Lear, Tobias: 9.15m

Leda: 7.115m

Ledyard, John: 4.17c

Lee (composer, perhaps G. A. Lee): 10.95m

Lee: (historian): 8.147m

Lee, Mr. (probably Joseph Lee, painter): 9.75m

Lee, Widow: 8.96fq; 15.110fq

Lee, Bessie: 8.96fq; 15.110fq

Lee, Mrs. Eleonor: 11.157c, 159m

Lee, Eliot: 8.96fq

Lee, Nat: 6.6m; 11.22m; 12.23m, 169m

Lee, Prudence: 9.127fq

Lee, Sheppard: 9.126fq

Lee, Z. Collins: 9.206r

Leech, John: 11.15c

Leescher: 14.70c

Legare, Hugh S.: 9.80m; 13.172m; 15.215p

Legendre, A. M.: 16.103m

Legge: 7.28m

Leggett, William: 10.86-7m

Legrand, William: 5.95f

Legs: 2.169f

Leibnitz: 2.126c; 4.134c; 9.65c; 12.165c; 14.217m; 16.25c, 46c, 223-4c

Leicester, Earl of (Politian): 7.61f

Leigh: 10.2m

Leighton, Bishop Robert: 9.203m

Lelius: 16.174m

Lely, Sir Peter: 8.326mq

Lemming, Mrs.: 12.209fq

Lemmonnier, C. (for L. G. Lemonnier): 10.26-7r

Lemoine: 14.45c

Lemon, Mr.: 12.246m

Lempriere: 9.266c; 15.34m, 173mq, 180m

L’ Enclos, Ninon de: 5.189mq, 207-208m

Lenore (Poe’s poem): 7.53f

Lenore (“The Raven”): 7.94f; 14.202f

Leo (probably Heinrich Leo, colleague of Gesenius): 10.18m; 16.65m

Leon, Juan Ponce de: 7.36m

Leon, Fray Luis de: 9.202m

Leon, Moses de (real author of ZOHAR, unknown to Poe): 6.78m

Leonardo (for Leonardo da Vinci): 5.277m

Leonicenus: 14.212m

Leonidas: 13.99mq; 15.125mq

Leslie, Eliza: 8.50-51r, 202c; 15.90c, 152p, 166m, 198-9p

Leslie, Sir John: 16.349c

Leslie, Norman: 8.54fq

L’ Espanaye, Madame: 4.156f; 5.3f

L’ Espanaye, Mademoiselle Camille: 4.156f

Lester, C. Edwards: 12.223-4r

L’ Estrange, Roger: 8.171m

Leverrier, U. I. J.: 16.284m

Levis, Jeremy (Osborn): 15.44-5p

Lewenhoeck: 7.25m

Lewis, Estelle Anna (also Mrs. Estella Anna and Mrs. S. Anna Lewis): 11.59-60c; 13.155-65r, 215-26a, 225-6r

Lewis, Juliet H.: 11.241c

Lewis, Captain Meriwether: 3.25m; 4.12m, 14m, 18c, 19c, 21c, 35c, 51m, 79m, 92m; 9.212c, 219-20m, 228c

Lewis, Mr. S. D.: 13.156m, 216m

Lewis, Tayler: 12.162-6r

Liancourt: 10.125fq

Lieber, Francis: 8.162-8r; 15.170-71p, 202p, 203m

Liebig, Justus von: 15.25c

Ligeia (cf. Poe’s tale, also the Nereid Ligea in “Georgic” IV): 2.48f; 7.33-4f

Lilburne, Lord: 10.117fq

Lilian: 14.225fq

Lillo, George (GEORGE BARNWELL, q.v.): 13.112-3c

Lily, William (or Lilye): 14.212c

Lindsay, Mildred: 8.8fq

Linquet, S. N. H.: 16.70m

Linnaeus: 14.42c

Linee, Alfred (error for Albert): 13.81fq

Linwood, Mr.: 8.95fq; 15.109fq

Linwood, Herbert: 8.96fq; 15.110fq

Linwood, Isabella: 8.96fq; 15.110fq

Lipsius (or M. F. Lips): 14.43c

Lisa, Manuel: 9.225m, 227-30m, 243m

Lisiausky, Captain: 3.167c

Little and Brown (publishers): 15.73m

Little, James: 9.310m

Little Smash: 11.207fq

Little Snake: 4.71f

Liverpool, Lord: 9.178m

Livingston, Chancellor (in ADDRESS BEFORE PHILOLEXIAN SOCIETY OF COLUMBIA UNIV., 1831, by J. W. Francis): 15.25m

Livius, Titus: 2.142c; 9.193m; 16.5m

Livy: 2.142c; 9.193m; 16.5m

Lloyd and Vredenburgh: (trade name): 3.5m, 18m

Lloyd, H. E.: 9.53-64r

Lobelia Cardinalis (Indian Eye Bright): 9.31c

Locke, Miss (Frances Osgood, q.v.): 13.176m; 15.95c

Locke, John: 2.29c, 275m; 8.326fnq; 9.65c, 145m; 15.137m

Locke, Richard Adams: 2.103c; 15.126-37a, 259-60p

Lockhart, John G.: 9.171m; 10.213c

Loder, George: 12.135c

Lofft, Capel: 9.295m

Loggins, Uncle Tommy: 8.261fq

L’ Omelette, Duc de: 2.197f

Lomenie, L. L. de (original author of SKETCHES): 10.133-9r; 14.123m

Long, Stephen H.: 4.20c

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth: 5.319m; 10.39-40r, 71-80r, 194c; 11.19c, 29c, 64-85r, 114c, 223c, 227c, 239c, 241c; 12.41-106a, 42pq, 147c, 158m, 231-3p, 255m; 13.3cq, 5m, 10-11c, 54-73r, 98m, 130m, 138c, 143m, 170c; 14.258c, 262-4m, 276-7p; 15.4c, 49-50c, 73-4m, 191-2p, 226m, 239c, 245m; 16.72c, 73-4p, 79-81c, 97c, 132c, 145m

Longfellow, Mrs. Henry Wadsworth: 12.62m

Longinus: 2.394m; 14.60c

Longman and Co., Messers: 9.142m

Longstraw, Zachariah: 9.135fq

Longstreet, Augustus Baldwin (author of GEORGIA SCENES): 8.257-65r; 13.172m

Lord (God): 14.67mq

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

Lord, William W.: 4.224c; 12.146-61r; 15.76c; 16.103-104c, 150-51c

Loring, Captain Henry: 8.65fq, 69fq

Loring, Catherine: 8.65fq

Lorraine, Claude: (see also Claude): 11.136m

Lorrequer, Harry: 11.85-98r

Lothario: 5.40m

Lotophagi (in Homer): 4.214m; 14.66m

Loud, Margaret St. Leon: 15.230p

Louis XIV: 9.183m

Louis XV: 14.54m

Louis XVI: 9.178m, 180c

Louis, Pierre C. A.: 9.166m

Love: 11.36fq

Lovelace: 9.91m

Lowell, James Russell: 11.65c, 68c, 125-6c, 241c, 243-9r; 12.42-3cq, 158m; 13.130m, 165-75r; 15.92c, 239-40p; 16.69c, 145c

Lowther, Sir James: 9.178m

Lucan: 2.214m, 280c; 14.59c; 16.75c

Luchesi (“Amontillado”): 6.168f

Lucian: 4.138c; 14.51m, 175c; 16.12c

Lucifer: (see also Satan and Devil): 12.4c, 6-7mq; 16.160c

Lucilius (Lucilius Gaius, considered founder of satire): 2.142m

Lucretius: 2.xxxviii m, 140mq, 142m; 11.233m; 14.70mq, 70m; 16.77c

Luerno (Harrison’s misprint for Querno): 9.274mq

Luke: (for Luke Dosza, Hungarian rebel; see Goldsmith’s TRAVELLER): 9.275mq

Lully, Raymond (Ramon Lull):: 4.236c; 14.170m

Lunt, George: 15.216p

Luther, Martin: 2.185m; 4.214m; 8.326pq; 14.49c, 50m, 66c

Lutheranism: 5.2m

Lycophron Tenebrosus (author of CASSANDRA): 16.3m

Lydgate: 9.91m

Lyell, Charles: 16.3m

Lyly, John: 13.195m

Lynch, Anna C.: 11.159c; 15.116-8a

Lyon (publisher): 10.85m

Lysias: 2.39m

Lyttleton, Lord: 14.56c

Lytton: (see Bulwer)


Macaire, Robert (in L’AUBERGE DES ADRETS): 12.117m

Macaulay, Thomas Babington: 10.156-60r; 11.4c, 242c; 12.84c, 226p; 13.193m, 195-7p; 14.74p, 180c, 185c, 191c; 15.22c, 67cq; 16.37c, 47c, 117c, 157m

McCabe, John C.: 15.231p

McCown, Vice-Chancellor: 13.141m

M’Dougal, Duncan: 9.216-23c, 242c

McHenry, James (ANTEDILUVIANS): 4.214m, 311m; 15.258p

Machiavelli: 2.144m; 3.287m; 6.41m, 80m; 9.58m; 10.47c; 14.39c; 16.30m

McJilton, J. N.: 14.138c; 15.223p

M’Kay, Alexander: 9.215-9c

McKenney (TOUR TO THE LAKES): 15.78mq

Mackenzie, Sir Alexander: 4.15m, 18-9c; 9.212p, 215-6c

M’Kenzie, Donald: 9.216c, 223c, 226c

Mackintosh, James: 8.82-3c

Macknight, James: 16.8m

M’Lellan, Robert: 9.225-6c, 237c, 243m; 11.126m

M’Lennon: 9.243m

McMakin, Andrew: 15.229p

McMichael, Morton (author of sketch of R. P. Smith in BURTON’S, Sept., 1839): 11.242c; 15.224p, 255-6c

Macnish, Robert (ANATOMY OF DRUNKENNESS): 15.25m

Macpherson, James: 7.x1-xli c; 16.72m

Macrobius: 14.48c, 51m; 16.35m

Macrone, Mr.: 10.206m

Madden: 10.2m

Maddox: 10.2m

Madelon: 13.179fq

Madler, Johann Heinrich: 16.294-9c, 306m

Maecenas: 14.254mq, 257mq

Maelzel: 6.97c, 249m; 14.6-37a

Magdalen, Mary: 16.8c

Magi, The: 2.224m, 229m

Maginn, William (“Man in the Bell”): 2.274c

Magliabechi (or Magliabecchi), Antonio da Marco: 15.7m, 214m

Mahomet: 14.42m

Maillard, Monsieur: 6.54f

Maillardet: 14.7p

Maine, Duke of: 9.183m

Mairan, Duc de: 16.348m

Maiter-di-dauns, Mounseer (sic): 4.117f

Malaprop, Mrs.: 12.125m

Malherbe, Francois de: 14.61c

Malibran, Maria F.: 5.197m; 10.91-6r; 16.44-5p

Malthus, Thomas Robert: 9.142m

Mammon: 8.230m; 14.104m

Manasseh, Rabbi: 14.45c

Manasses, Constantine: 14.90m

Mancur, John Henry: 16.71c

Mangles, James: 10.2m, 13-4m, 16m

Manitou (Moneddo): 12.168fq

Manly, Dr. (father of E. C. Embury): 15.91m

Mann, Captain: 3.267f

Manners-Sutton, Henry: 16.30m

Mannert, Constantine: 14.2m

Mansfield, Lord: 8.323m

Mantuanus (or Battista Spagnuoli): 14.58c; 16.47m

Marana, John Paul: 14.41c; 16.40m

Marboi (for Marbois, Marquis F. de): 9.107m

Marcellus: 9.266m

Maria, Sancta: (see also Mary): 2.319-20p; 7.58c

Maria Theresa: 9.180m

Marion, Francis: 8.5mq, 148m

Mariti, Giovanni: 10.2m

Marius, Gaius: 15.105fq

Marlborough, Duke of: 16.95m

Marlowe, Christopher: 7.38m, 145m

Marmontel, Jean F.: 4.193m; 12.223c; 14.46p

Maroncelli, Piero: 15.43-4a

Marquis of Santa Cruz, The: 12.211fq

Marryat, Captain Frederick: 10.197-202r, 218c; 11.90c

Mars: 9.31mq; 16.23m

Marsand, Professor: 10.203c

Marsh (publisher): 10.85m

Marshall, John: 8.106c, 114-5r, 246m; 9.13c; 15.156-7p, 201-202m

Marston, John: 2.161c, 363m

Marsyas: 2.161m

Martial: 2.142c

Martin, John: 9.203m

Martin, Joseph: 8.211-4r

Martineau, Harriet: 11.173m; 12.123c

Marvell, Andrew: 9.91m, 100-103p; 12.143-6p

Marx, Issacher (cf. Issachar in Genesis 49.14): 6.155f

Mary (in THE HEROINE): 8.80fq

Mary Jane (“Old” by Hoyt): 12.198fq

Mary Queen of Scots: 8.326mq; 9.99mq

Mary, Virgin: (see also Sancta Maria): 7.58c; 9.6mq; 13.55mq

Masaccio (for Massaccio): 14.185c

Maskelyne, Nevil: 16.216m, 263m

Mason and Dixon’s line: 16.142m

Mason, Monck (for Thomas Monck Mason): 5.223m, 224-9c, 233c, 237-8p

Masson, Michel: 16.36c

Mathews, Cornelius: 8.247c; 11.5-6c, 25-38r, 235c; 12.167c; 13.73-8r, 142m, 169-70c; 14.184-5c; 15.59c, 249p, 264m

Mathews, Samuel: (see Governor Samuel Matthews)

Mathias, Thomas J.: 16.53m

Matthews, Governor (Samuel Matthews): 8.244-5c

Matthews, Cornelius: (Poe’s error for Cornelius Mathews, q.v.)

Matthias, Benjamin: 15.212p

Mattson, Morris: 8.178-205r

Maturin, Charles R.: 7.xxxviii m

Maundrell, Henry: 7.31m; 10.2m

Maurepas, J. F. P.: 9.180m

Maury, Matthew F.: 6.245c; 9.48-50r

Mavis, Martin Van Buren (sic for Andrew Jackson Davis, q.v.): 6.295m

Maximianus: 14.4m

Maximus Tyrius: 2.38m

Maxwell, William: 8.101-102r

May: 15.103fq

Mayo and Davis, Messers: 9.106m

Mazarin: 2.144m; 9.170c

Mead, Dr. (? Richard): 8.172c

Meade, William: 8.241m

Median law (of the Medes): 16.111m, 189m

Medici: 2.118m; 12.223m

Medici, Venus de: 6.67m

Megabyzus: 9.150fq

Megillus: 12.162fq

Megrim, Arthur: 9.136fq

Meker (for Adolphus Mekerchus): 16.84m, 169m

Mela, Pomponius: 3.287m; 4.195m

Melancthon, Philip: 4.213m; 14.64c

Meleager: 16.174c

Melete (a muse; see Cicero and Pausanias, ix, 29): 2.277m

Melissa: 9.151fq

Mellen, Grenville: 10.30r; 15.167-8p, 186p

Melnotte, Claude (LACY OF LYONS): 12.187fq; 16.110fq

Melrose, Fair (monastery): 5.160m

Melton (re hunting at Melton Mowbray): 12.214mq

Melty (sic for a Fury): 2.285m

Memnon: 7.56m

Menage, Gilles: 14.56m

Menander: 2.142c; 14.62m; 16.72c

Menard, Pierre: 14.48c

Mendelssohn, Felix: 12.134p

Mennais (cf. Lamennais): 5.41m

Mennes, Sir John: 14.58m

Mentoni, Marchesa Aphrodite di: 2.111f

Mentoni, Marchese di: 2.111f

Mephistopheles: 8.42fq

Mercator: 2.15m

Mercier, Sebastien: 2.185m; 9.71m; 14.56c; 16.36c

Mercury: 16.23m

Meredith, Jasper: 8.96fq

Meredith, Maud: 11.207fq

Merlin, Countess de: 10.91-6r; 16.45p

Merope: 11.260fq

Merry, Felix (Duyckinck): 15.59c

Merry-Andrew: 4.220m

Mesmer, F. A.: 5.165m, 241-54a; 6.133m, 154m, 158-60m, 164-6m; 15.7m, 61m; 16.113mq, 114c, 223m

Metastasio: 8.49m

Metempsychosis: 2.185c

Metternich: 16.37c

Metzengerstein, Baron Frederick: 2.187f

Metzengerstein, Lady Mary: 2.187f

Meyerbeer: (see De Meyer): 16.171c

Mibra: 9.153fq

Michau, M. Andre (for Andre Michaux): 4.12-3m

Michelangelo (for Poe’s Michael Angelo): 2.119c; 9.48m; 11.84c, 90c; 16.43c

Middleton, Thomas: 13.58cq, 58m

Miggs: 11.61fq

Mignaud, Jules: 4.161f

Miles, Mr.: 10.146fq

Miles, Mrs. L.: 8.252-5r

Milesius Cadmus: (see Cadmus): 14.51c

Mill, James: 16.1c, 38c, 70c, 193-4c

Mill, John Stuart: 6.204c

Miller (for J. S. Mill in “Mellonta Tauta”): 6.204c

Miller, Joseph (explorer in ASTORIA): 9.226c, 233c

Miller, Joseph (of witty reputation): 8.91m; 12.56c

Miller, Joseph (Poe’s coinage, with a changing middle initial; cf. Miller, the wit): 15.139-77c

Miller, Rev. Joseph (leader of the Millerites): 11.174m

Miller, Robert: 9.173m

Miller, Tobias H. (a grammarian): 14.212m

Millinette: 12.113fq, 128fq

Milman, Henry H.: 15.192m

Milo (probably Poe’s error for Milo of Crotona): 11.211m

Miltiades: 13.99mq; 15.125mq

Milton, John: 2.283m; 6.4m, 7m, 181m; 7.xxxvii c, 27c, 30m, 36m, 38m; 8.106m, 131m, 299m, 323m; 9.91m, 98m, 142m, 273c, 277c, 290c, 300m; 10.66m, 190c; 11.21pq, 84c, 136m; 151m, 242c; 12.7-8p, 102c, 195m, 244-7r; 13.86c, 151c; 14.47c, 53-4c, 57c, 267m; 16.26c, 74-6c

Minerva (cf. Pallas): 9.305m; 12.215m; 16.178m

Minor, Lucian: 8.118-20r

Minos: 14.55m

Minutius, Felix (for Minucius Felix): 2.323m, 327m

Mirateau, Honore: 11.6m, 136m; 14.171c; 16.166c

Miranda (Lowell): 13.170fq

Mis-kwa-bun-o-kwa: 9.119mq

Missouri Fur Co.: 9.224m, 226-7m, 2.29m; 233m

Mitchell, Mr. (theatrical man): 12.133c

Mitchell, John K.: 11.241-2c; 15.220p

Mitchell, Thomas: 8.84m

Mitchill, Samuel Latham: 9.30mq

Mitford, Mary R.: 8.224-5c; 9.203m

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

Mohammed (Prophet): 2.269m

Mohammed Aly: 10.6m

Moissart, Mademoiselle: 5.178f

Moliere: 4.166m; 11.89-90c; 14.46mq

Momus: 13.6m

Moneddo (Manitou): 12.168fq

Moneypenny, Dr. (in “A Blackwood Article”): 2.270f

Moneypenny, Dr. (in “A Predicament”): 2.285f

Monk (character in “Politian”): 7.65f; 12.100f

Monos: 4.200f

Monsoon, Major: 11.93fq

Montagu, Basil: 14.74m

Montague, Edward: 9.244fq

Montague, Mary Wortley: 16.60c

Montaigne: 10.47c; 16.87m, 172m

Montalvan, Juan Perez de: 13.58m, 58cq

Montani, Alberto: 4.163f

Montbazon, Duc de: 9.179m

Montelieu, Madame de: 9.187fq

Montelieu, Theodore: 9.189fq

Montesini (for Fernando Montesinos, HISTORY OF ANCIENT PERU): 14.45c

Montesquieu: 3.269m; 14.41c; 16.2m, 40c

Montfleury, Jean de: 2.197m; 16.74c

Montfort: 8.57fq

Montgomery, James: 8.88-9c; 14.45m; 16.10p, 44c, 72c

Montgomery, Robert (author of SATAN and OMNIPRESENCE OF THE DEITY, sometimes Hell-Fire Montgomery): 6.110m; 16.4-5c, 44c

Montmorenci, Lord Altamont Mortimer: 8.80fq

Montreal, Walter de: 8.226fq

Montresor (“Amontillado”): 6.169f

Moore (in Moore’s Hotel): 9.39mq

Moore, Richard Channing: 8.251c

Moore, Thomas: 2.151m; 8.49m, 178c, 182m, 185m; 223c; 10.44c, 60-71r, 147c, 207c; 11.75c, 79c, 268c; 12.38c, 40c; 13.103c, 144c, 162c, 221c; 14.171c, 183c, 275c, 282-3c; 15.101m, 120m; 16.27p, 139c, 154c

Morazan, Francisco (Central American leader): 10.181m

More, Henry: 16.114p

More, Sir Thomas: 2.117m

Moreau, Pierre: 4.159f

Morella: 2.27f

Morgan, Lady Sidney Owenson: 2.xxxviii m

Morier, James J.: 10.2m, 7m

Morpeth: 11.239c

Morphine, Dr. (“A Predicament”): 2.394f

Morrell, Captain Benjamin: 3.164m, 168-70c

Morris, George P.: 10.41-5a, 194c; 11.149-50c, 241c; 15.89c, 221p; 16.139p

Morris, Robert: 11.224c, 242c; 15.211p

Morrison (in Morrison’s Pills, a panacea then popular): 2.392m; 16.148m

Morse, Mr. (American Society of Arts): 10.174c

Morse, Professor: 10.223c

Morse, Samuel: 6.200m

Mortimer, Frederick: 9.188fq

Morton: 8.60fq

Morton, Catharine: 10.114fq

Morton, Sydney: 10.115fq

Moses: 2.218m; 6.230-31m; 10.21cq; 13.205cq; 14.4m, 42m, 51c, 70m; 16.35c

Most High, The: (see God et al.): 6.139m

Motherwell, William: 12.93-5c; 14.291c

Mott, Valentine: 9.30mq

Motte, Madame de la: 9.179-83c

Moulineau (in “Le Belier” by Count Anthony Hamilton): 10.189fq; 16.123fq

Mowatt, Anna Cora: 11.241c; 12.112-21r, 124-9r, 184-8r, 189-92r, 207-10r, 210-12a; 15.27-32a, 92c

Mozart: 8.52m; 9.200m; 16.171c

Mudler (for Johann H. von Madler): 6.209-10c

Muller, J. G. A.: 16.40m

Mumblethumb, Mr. (sic): 6.15m

Munchausen, Baron: 10.204m; 11.91m

Murchison, Roderick Impey: 16.3m

Murena: 9.266-7m

Murray, Hugh: 6.91m

Murray, James: 8.214m

Murray, John: 15.20m

Murray, Lindley: 8.60c; 11.225c; 14.181mq, 212c

Musaeus, Johann C. A.: 16.117c

Muset, Isidore: 4.159f

Musgrove, Mary: 8.8fq

Mussey, Benjamin P.: 12.243c

Muzzy, Mrs. Harriet: 11.241c

Myrmidons: 5.59m


Naevius, Gnaeus (Roman satirist): 2.142m

Naiad: 2.16m; 7.22m, 46m; 10.66m; 12.30mq, 179mq

Nancy: 10.200fq

Napier, Jane: 9.260fq

Napier, William: 9.243fq

Napoleon: (see also Bonaparte): 11.91m, 97m; 14.39m; 15.192mq

Narcissus: 9.51m; 15.124pq

Naso (Ovid, q.v.): 2.142m

Natura, Mr. De Rerum (sic): 2.xxxviii m

Nau, Michel: 7.31m; 10.2m

Naucrates: 8.204-205m

Neal, John: 5.210c; 6.276m; 8.49m; 11.110c, 206c; 12.36m, 49m, 49cq, 66c, 174m; 13.78c, 154c; 15.45-6c, 46m, 115c, 154p, 157m, 161m, 204p; 16.131c, 152c

Neal, Joseph C.: 10.151m, 206-207c; 15.199-200p, 229c

Nell: 10.146fq

Nennius: 14.112m

Nepos, Cornelius: 8.106m; 9.27mq

Neptune (the dog): 4.45f

Nepturian (error for Neptunian, re Neptune): 6.211m

Nergal (Babylonian sun god): 2.217m

Nero: (see also Zero): 2.144m; 6.208c

Nesace (in AL AARAAF): 7.23f, 27f, 31f

Net-nok-wa: 9.119mq

Neuclid (for Euclid, q.v.): 6.201m

Newnham, W.: 12.121-3r; 16.113-5r

Newton, Sir Isaac: 6.98c, 205c; 8.323m; 11.40c, 99m; 14.192c; 16.40c, 104m, 212-5c, 221-4c, 231c, 239c, 260-63c, 279c, 324c, 342m

Newton, Bishop: 10.11c

Nibhaz (Samarian deity, probably corrupt form of Tartak, q.v.): 2.217m

Niblo: 12.184m, 189m, 210m

Nicaea, Council of: 2.38m

Nicander: 2.142c; 8.203m, 205m

Niceron, P.: 14.132m

Nichelin, Philip H. (pseudonym of Peregrine Prolix): 9.36-43r, 79-80r

Nichol, Dr. John Pringle: 4.154m; 12.165c; 16.222-3c, 262c, 297-8c

Nicholas: 16.107fq

Nichols: (error for J. P. Nichol, q.v.)

Nichols, Mrs. Rebecca S.: 11.157c, 159m; 12.110-11r; 15.258-9p

Nick (WYANDOTTE): 11.207fq

Nickerson: 12.211c

Nicolini: 8.141m

Nicolino (cf. Nicolini Grimaldi): 5.275m, 277-8m

Niebuhr, Barthold Georg: 8.162-8r, 227c; 10.2m, 22c; 15.202m

Nigger Tom: 9.136fq

Nimmy (sic for a Fury): 2.285m

Nimrod: 2.144m

Nina (Rienzi’s wife): 8.226fq

Niobe: 2.111m

Nithsdale, Earl and Countess of: 8.74fq

Noah (Biblical): 13.204-205c; 14.52m

Noah, Major Mordecai M.: 13.10-11c; 15.171-2p, 207p

Noblet (a dancer): 2.360m

Nobs (horse): 9.69fq

Norfolk, Duke of: 9.178m

North, Christopher: (see Professor John Wilson)

North, Lord: 8.326mq; 9.175-6c, 178m

Northrop, Captain: 9.238c, 241c

North-West Fur Company: 4.19m; 9.207m, 210c, 215m, 221c, 223m, 224c, 238-9c, 242c

Norton, Mrs. Caroline: 10.196c; 11.275c; 13.187m; 15.97m; 16.54c

Norton, Professor Andrews: 9.200c

Norwood: 8.248m

Nott: 9.28fq

Novalis (F. L. von Hardenberg): 5.2m, 171m; 9.202m; 11.5m; 16.98-9c

Nubbles: 10.152fq

Nubian geographer (probably Idrisi, possibly Claudius Ptolemy, q.v.): 2.227m

Nunez de Balboa, Vasco: 16.59fq

Nu-Nu: 3.239f

Nyberg, Julia C.: 11.65m


Oakenburg, Doctor: 8.150fq

Oberon (MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM): 7.xliii m

O’Bumper, Bibulus (sic): 2.39f

Occidente, Maria del: (see also Maria Brooks): 11.275c; 13.79cq, 156c, 225c; 16.54c

Oceanides: 11.271fq

O’Connell, Daniel: 5.212m; 9.59-60c, 77c

Odenheimer: 4.160f

Odin: 15.269mq

O’Dougherty: 8.198fq

Oedipus: 4.237m; 5.290m; 12.13m

Oehlenschlager, A. G.: 9.202m

Oenopion: 11.260fq

O’Grandison, Sir Pathrick (sic): 4.114f

O’Hearn, Michael: 11.207fq

Oinos: 2.147f; 6.139f

Ojeda: 10.55fq

Old Nick: 3.257f; 14.138mq

Old Plin: 11.207fq

Oldeb, Mr.: 5.174m

Ollapod, Dr.: 2.291f

Olmsted, Denison: 9.161c

Olney: 10.184mq

Oloompa: 9.120fq

Olympia: 2.361m

Olympic games: 2.213m; 16.8m

O’Malley, Charles: 11.90fq

O’Malley, Godfrey: 11.90fq

Omar, Calif: 10.4mq

Omphale: 13.104mq

Omri: 14.4m

Ophelia: 9.201fq

Oppodeldoc: 6.4f

Orcus: 10.61fq

Orestes: 10.74fq

Origen: 14.54m

Orion: 4.155m, 156m; 8.292mq; 11.259fq; 12.204mq; 14.41mq

Orleans, Duke of: 9.183m

Orme, Mary (for Mary Gove, q.v.): 15.61m

O’Rourke, Thomas: 2.108m

Osborn, George: 9.176m

Osborn, Laughton: 5.225m, 229m, 232m, 239m; 8.2-3r; 13.165c, 168c; 15.44-9a, 72m; 16.72m, 142m, 151-2c

Osceola: 13.104m

Osgood, Ellen: 15.105m

Osgood, Frances Sargent: 11.159-60c, 241c; 13.17-26r, 105-25r, 175-88a, 188-93r; 15.90c, 94-105a, 95c; 16.144c

Osgood, May: 15.105m

O’Shaughnessy, Major: 11.94fq

Ossian: 7.x1 m

Otis, James F.: 15.243p

O’Trump, Mrs. Kathleen: 3.266f

Ouphe: 8.286fq

Outis: 12.41m, 41-106a; 16.75m, 132c

Ovid (Naso): 2.142m; 8.190mg; 11.233c; 14.70m; 16.77c

Owen, Capt. F. W. W.: 8.84m

Owen, Robert: 8.217m

Oyarvido, Captain Manuel de: 3.162c


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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 [G-O])