Text: Burton R. Pollin, “Names in Poe's Works [P-Z],” Dictionary of Names and Titles in Poe’s Collected Works, (1968), 70-101 (This material is protected by copyright)


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Paddock, Judith (for Judah): 15.21mq

Paetus, Papyrius: 14.46p

Paine, Mr. (astronomer): 9.161m

Paine, Thomas: 16.12c

Paixhan (for Henry J. Paixhans): 4.222m

Palaemon, Quintus Rhemius Fannius (properly Faunius): 16.11c

Palfrey, John G.: 15.147-8p, 208p, 215m, 237m

Palingenesia: (see also metempsychosis): 2.28m

Palinurus (helmsman of Aeneas): 11.144mq

Pallas (Athena; see also Minerva): 7.96m, 100m; 14.205c; 16.23m

Palmo: 12.130m

Paltock, Robert: 2.104m; 15.131m

Pan: 2.208m

Pandaenus: 9.152fq

Pankey and Co. (Poe’s coinage): 3.7m

Pantheism: 2.28m, 359m

Panurge: 14.217fq

Panza, Sancho: 8.8m; 9.83fq

Paradox, Sir Positive (sic): 2.38f

Paralus: 9.147fq

Paris: 8.164fq

Park, Mungo: 15.125c

Parker, Archbishop: 11.167m; 14.71c

Parker, Richard: 3.76f

Parkes: 11.49fq

Parkins, Justice: 9.131fq

Parkinson, James: 14.100p

Parmly’s (dentist): 3.270m

Parrhasius (Greek painter): 11.84c; 16.164c

Parris, E. T.: 9.91m

Parry, Sir W. E.: 4.31m; 8.87-8m, 169m

Pas Seul, Mademoiselle (sic): 2.327f

Pascal: 4.204c; 16.204c

Pasquin: 14.57m

Passeri, Giambattista: 14.61m; 16.36m

Pasta (soprano): 10.93c

Patavius: 14.51m

Patch, Sam: (see Sam, etc)

Patrick, Saint: 4.218m; 14.52m, 173m

Patroclus: 14.67c

Patru, Oliver: 14.69m

Patten, Captain: 3.160m

Patten, Lieut. G. W.: 11.241c

Patterson, Mr.: 3.157f

Patterson, Daniel T.: 9.112m

Paul (Saint): 13.64mq: 14.55c

Paul (probably a dancer): 2.360m

Paul III: 14.57m

Paulding, J. K.: 8.223c, 338c; 9.13-16r; 10.54m; 11.2m, 16c; 13.16c, 142m; 15.51c, 108m, 115c, 146-7p, 186p, 1871m, 231m, 252m

Pauline: 12.186fq; 15.31fq; 16.110fq

Payne (“Marie Roget”): 5.8m

Payne, Lady (Mademoiselle de Kelbel): 9.178m

Peabody, William B. O.: 15.252p

Pedrarias: 10.50fq

Pedro: 4.245f

Peel, Sir Robert: 9.59c, 62m

Pegasus: 14.41mq

Pelham: 8.109fq; 9.188fq

Pellico, Silvio: 15.43c, 44m

Pendulum, Peter: 4.285f

Pennifeather, Mr.: 5.294f

Percival, Dr. James G.: 3.286m; 8.182m

Percy (Hotspur): 8.5mq, 307-8mq

Percy, Brothers (Thomas Byerley): 8.238m

Pericles: 8.190mq; 9.146fq

Perier, Casimir: 4.230m; 10.30m

Perkins, Captain: 3.147m

Perkins, Algernon Henry: (see Henry Perkins)

Perkins, Henry (publisher of IDEALS; period needed after Algernon, the author): 11.114m

Pest, Queen: 2.179f

Pest-Iferous, Arch Duke: 2.180f

Pest-Ilential, The Duke: 2.180f

Pest the First, King: 2.179f

Pester and Co.: 14.77fq

Pester, Mr.: 14.86fq

Peter: (Saint; see also Petrus): 13.64mq

Peter the Hermit: 14.92m

Peters, Dirk: 3.51f

Peterson (native of London): 3.199f

Peterson, Mr. (Gordon Pym’s grandfather): 3.20f

Peterson, C. J.: 5.17m; 11.224c; 15.235p

Petrarch: 7.110m; 8.226fq; 10.202p; 12.29mq; 14.54c, 56-7c

Petrus (Saint Peter, q.v.): 14.59m

Pettitt (trade name): 3.270m

Petus (architect of the tomb of Mausolus): 9.19m

Peyer, Johann: 9.166m

Pfaal, Hans (variant of Pfaall, q.v.): 2.343f

Pfaall, Grettel: 2.44f

Pfaall, Hans: 2.45f

Pfall, Hans (variant of Pfaall): 2.335f

Phalaris: 2.156m; 6.71m

Phidias: 9.146fq

Philaemon: 9.147fq, 151fq

Philippe, Louis: 9.21m, 62mq

Philip the Tetrarch: 14.2m

Philippe le Bel (ON SINGLE COMBAT): 4.109m

Philips, Miss: 8.141m

Philistaei (Philistines): 14.1m

Phillips, Anna H. (Helen Irving): 11.159c

Philo-Biblius: 14.52m

Philolaus: 14.42c

Philomel: 9.97mq; 12.141mq

Philothea: 9.146fq

Philpot, Philip (Poe’s coinage): 15.161m, 176m

Phiz (Hablot K. Browne): 2.163m; 11.85m

Phlegethon: 2.231m, 294m

Phlegyas: 16.6m

Phoebe: 8.70fq

Phoebus Apollo: (see also Apollo) 2.217m; 9.149mq; 11.161m, 262fq

Phrynicus: 14.62c

Piazzi: 16.353m

Pibrac, Guy du Four: 2.125mq; 14.68cq

Pickens: 8.5mq

Pickering, Timothy: 12.253pq

Pico: 12.212c

Picton: 11.91m

Pictorius (see Georg Pictorius): 2.327m

Pictorius, Georg (Dutch botanist): 2.323m, 327m

Pierpont, John: 11.125m; 15.192-3p, 239c

Pierson, Lydia J.: 11.241c

Pigal (for J. B. Pigalle): 14.55m; 16.87m

Pike, Albert: 15.257-8p

Pike, Major Zebulon M.: 4.19c

Pilau, Madame: 6.150fq

Pinckney, Edward Coate (Coate should be Coote): 12.49mq; 14.280-81c; 15.122m; 16.143c

Pindar: 2.39m; 10.203m; 11.20c, 174m; 13.15cq, 208m; 14.53c, 247m; 15.219m; 16.85m, 170c

Pindemonte: 8.138m, 139mq

Pinder, Peter (Harrison’s misprint for Pindar, i.e., John Wolcot): 14.90c

Pinto, Ferdinand Mendoza (cf. Cervantes and Congreve): 7.115m; 10.204-205m; 15.264m

Pinxit (sic): 2.161f

Pique-Vinaigre: 16.108fq

Pirouette, Mrs.: 3.267f

Pisistratus: 2.144m; 14.66c

Pitcher, Nathaniel: 9.310m

Pithou, Pierre (SATYRS MENIPEE): 14.60m; 16.38m

Pitt, Lord: 8.323m; 9.178m

Pitts, Joseph: 10.2m

Pius VI: 14.64c, 67c

Planche: 12.210-11p

Platner, E.: 8.163m

Plato: 2.27m, 126m, 131m, 139m, 142c; 4.204c; 5.210c; 8.203mq, 205m; 9.146fq; 12.162-6a; 13.212m; 14.44c; 15.170mq; 16.163c, 279c

Plautus: 2.142m; 8.203mq

Pleiades (given also as Pleiads and Pleiad): 6.140m; 7.47m; 8.292mq

Pliny: 2.64m, 323m; 8.203m, 205m; 14.95m; 16.353m

Plotinus: 2.38m

Plumbe, John: 15.264c

Plutarch: 6.133m; 8.203mq; 14.39c, 62c; 16.7c, 30m, 91m

Pluto (see also Dis): 2.217m; 7.96m, 99m; 12.76mq; 14.205m

Pluto (the cat): 5.144f

Pococke, Edward: 10.2m

Poe: 3.2-3c, 244m; 4.307m; 5.2m; 6.295m; 8.279c; 11.132c, 222c, 239c, 243m; 12.41-106a, 50cq, 52-3pq, 53-6p, 57pq, 67c, 68pq, 87pq, 98p, 136mq, 156-8c, 243cq; 13.1-4pq, 5mq, 9pq, 28-30rq, 131m, 172-3p, 193-202a, 211cq, 225m; 15.48m; 16.56c, 71c, 86m, 109c, 124c, 150-51c, 154m, 155cq, 228m, 361-2p

Poe, Virginia: 7.116c

Politian: 7.60f

Politian (Angelo Poliziano): 2.120c; 14.65c

Polk, James Knox: 15.78m

Pollok, Robert: 14.268m

Polo, Gil (for Gaspar Gil Polo): 9.202m

Polybius: 2.142c

Polyglott, Delphinus (Poe’s coinage): 2.39m

Polyphemus: 16.170m

Pompey (Gnaeus Pompeius): 2.214-5c, 217c; 14.5m

Pompey (servant in “Man Used Up”): 3.270f

Pompey (servant in “A Blackwood Article”): 2.282m

Pompey (servant in “A Predicament”): 2.284f

Pompey (the dog): 4.131f

Pompour, Madame: 11.14fq

Ponce de Leon, Juan: 7.36m

Ponce de Leon, Fray Luis: 9.202m

Ponnonner, Doctor: 6.117f

Ponto (dog in “Landor’s Cottage”): 6.256f

Pope: 8.186m, 188m, 299m; 9.273-4c; 10.68c, 141c, 183c; 11.65m, 76m, 234m; 13.2cq, 129m; 14.47c, 56c, 58c, 230c, 234c; 15.49m; 16.27m, 32c, 75-6c, 95-6m, 124cq, 154c

Porgy, Mr.: 8.151fq

Porphyry: 2.38m; 14.51c

Porphyrogene (from Constantine VII, Porphyrogenitus, q.v. herein): 3.285m; 7.83m

Porta, Cap. (probably for Giambattista della Porta, DE FURTIVIS LITTERARUM NOTIS): 14.132m

Porter, Commodore: 9.241c

Porter, Robert Ker: 10.2m

Porto, Martino di: 8.225fq

Poseidon (Neptune): 11.270fq

Post, Wright: 9.30mq

Potter, Reverend R.: 8.43-7r; 12.129m

Poussin: 9.18m

Powhatan: 4.214c

Pratol, Capt. (error for Pratt): 4.233f

Pratt, Capt.: 4.232f

Preciosa (“Spanish Student”): 12.96fq; 13.65fq

Prentice, George D. (abusive editor): 6.21m

Prescott, William H. (CONQUEST OF MEXICO): 13.15c, 143m; 14.180cq

Preston, Mr.: 3.317f

Preti, Girolamo: 8.140c

Prevost, Jean Baptiste: 9.235c

Priam: 14.43fq

Priapus: 14.51m; 16.35m

Price, Rev. Caleb: 10.114fq

Price, Richard: 2.38m; 4.259c; 6.176m

Priessnitz, Vincenz (founder of hydropathy): 15.61m

Priestley, Joseph: 2.38m; 4.259c; 6.176m; 9.141m

Prior, Matthew: 9.91m

Proclus: 2.38m; 9.151fq

Procrustes: 6.40m; 11.18m; 14.232m

Procter, Bryan: (see Procter and Cornwall)

Proctor (for Bryan Procter): 12.36m, 158m

Proctor, Col.: 8.148fq

Procyon: 14.41mq

Proffit, Peter (sic): 4.125f

Profit, Peter: 4.129f

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

Prometheus: 8.205m

Prophet (Mohammed): 2.269m

Proserpina: 14.51m; 16.35m

Proserpine: 12.217mq

Prospero: 7.xliii m

Prospero, Prince: 4.250f

Proteus: 7.xlii m

Protogenes: 16.173c

Prout, William: 8.207m

Provence, Count de: 9.180m

Prudence: 12.113fq, 128fq

Pry, Paul: 8.169m

Psalemoun: (Poe’s coinage; also Tsalemon): 3.239f

Psammitticus (King of Egypt, conqueror of Azotus): 2.151m

Psyche: 2.269m; 5.180m; 7.46m

Psyche (“Ulalume”): 7.102f

Ptolemy, Claudius: 2.227m; 4.236m; 6.133m; 16.44m

Ptolemy Hephestion (for Ptolemy Chennos, son of Hephestion): 2.21c; 16.187-8c

Ptolemy Philometer: 14.66m

Puckle, James: 11.15c; 12.1m; 14.172c; 16.12c, 87c

Puckler-Muskau, Prince: 4.262c; 6.179c

Pue, Hugh A.: 10.167-71r; 14.212m

Puffando, Don (Poe’s coinage): 9.3m

Pulci, Luigi: 14.43c

Pulcinello: 14.62m

Pundit (“Eureka”): 16.192f

Pundit (“Mellonta Tauta”): 6.199f

Purgstall, Countess (Jane A. Cranstoun): 9.171-3c

Pusey, Edward B.: 2.38m; 16.5c

Putnam, General: 8.98fq

Putnam, George P.: 13.31m, 219m, 224-5m

Pym, Arthur Gordon: 3.5f

Pyrrho (of Elis): 2.1m

Pythagoras: 16.71m

Pythagorean: 2.29m


Quarles (poet): 9.91m

Queensbury, Duke of: 9.178m

Querno (for Luerno, q.v.): 9.274mq

Quevedo: 8.138m, 140c

Quilp: 10.151fq

Quinault, Philippe: 2.1m

Quintilian: 14.61c; 15.260c; 16.3m

Quintus Flaccus: (for Horatius, q.v.; see also Horace): 2.142c

Quirite (a Roman): 14.142m

Quirk: 10.212fq

Quixote, Don: 13.65c, 70c; 15.48m


Rabelais: 6.155m, 216m; 9.273mq; 10.39c, 194m; 11.25m; 14.170c, 217m, 230mq; 15.27c

Raby, Mr.: 9.244fq

Racine: 14.41c, 63c; 16.32c

Radcliffe, Mrs. Anne: 4.245c

Rafaelle: (Raphael Sanzio, see Raphael): 2.200c

Raleigh, Walter: 9.91m

Ram: 16.123fq

Ram (cf. Ram in “Le Belier,” 16.123): 16.192m

Ramsay (in GEORGE BALCOMBE): 9.254fq

Ramsay, John: 8.8fq

Ramstottom way (cf. tugs at Ramsbottom in SKETCHES by Boz): 12.218m

Ramus, Jonas: 2.229-31p

Randolph, John: 6.155m; 8.102m; 16.20m

Ranke, Leopold von: 10.158c; 11.4m; 14.191c

Raphael Sanzio: 2.200c; 8.52m; 9.18m; 14.57m, 185c

Raumer, Friedrich von: 9.53-64r, 76c; 13.13-6r; 14.42c; 15.23m; 16.35c

Ravenswood (in LAMMERMOOR): 12.192fq

Ravenswood (CONTI THE DISCARDED): 8.234fq

Ray, Alice: 12.260fq

Raymond, Henry J.: 15.12m

Raynouard (perhaps F. J. M. Raynouard, Academy perpetual secretary): 10.135m

Read, Thomas Buchanan: 16.144-5c

Red Death, The: 4.251f

Redburn, Jack: 10.146fq

Redeemer: (see God et al.): 14.1m

Redfield, J. S.: 12.233c

Reed, John: 9.87m

Reed, John (a clerk): 9.226m

Reedside, Mr.: 9.41mq

Regulus, Marcus Attilius: 2.361m

Renelle, Monsieur: 5.258m

Reni, Guido: 2.118c

Retzsch, F. A. M. (artist): 4.140m; 9.201m; 11.84c

Reynard the Fox: 16.173m

Reynolds, Frederic M. (THE DRAMATIST and MISERRIMUS): 8.56m, 169m; 13.93c, 95c; 16.62-3p, 142m

Reynolds, G. M. W. (Poe’s error for George William MacArthur Reynolds): 13.93m; 16.62p

Reynolds, Jeremiah N.: 3.167-8c, 170c; 8.103-107r; 9.88-90p, 306-14r; 15.159p, 243-4p

Rezner, Jacob: (also Rizner): 9.228m, 233m

Rhadamanthus: 14.55m

Rhea: 14.51m; 16.35m

Rheinswald, Baron de: 9.185fq

Rheinswald, Albert de: 9.186fq

Rheinswald, Laura de: 9.186fq

Rheinswald, William de: 9.186fq

Rhexergon: 11.261fq

Rhodius, Apollonius: 8.204-205m

Rhodope: 14.50mq

Riccioli, Giovanni: 16.349c, 351-2c

Ricciolus (for Riccioli): 16.351-2c

Rice, Captain Joel: 3.71mq

Rice, John H.: 8.101-102r

Rice, Spring (for Thomas Spring-Rice): 9.62m

Richard: 13.92fq

Richardson, Charles: 9.103-106r

Richardson, John (ECARTE): 11.14m

Richardson, Samuel: 8.54m; 12.186m; 16.110m

Richelieu, Cardinal: 14.60c, 63m; 15.269m

Richmann, Georg W.: 16.47m

Richter, Jean Paul: 11.185m

Ricketts, Mr. (teacher): 3.5f

Rienzi (Roman tribune): 8.225fq; 10.202m

Riker, Richard (Recorder of New York): 6.212m

Rinaldo: 8.53fq

Ritchie, Leigh: 9.75-6r; 10.207-209c

Rizner: (see Rezner)

Robertson, William: 8.246-7m

Robespierre: 2.144m; 9.20m

Robins, Benjamin: 16.37m

Robinson (ASTORIA): 9.233m

Robinson: (see E. A. Lewis): 13.215m

Robinson, Colonel: 9.251fq

Robinson, Edward: 9.228m

Robinson, Horse-Shoe: 8.8fq

Rochefoucauld (Rochefoucault): 6.41m

Rochefoucault: (see also Rochefoucauld): 6.41m; 8.258m; 10.47c; 14.39m; 16.30m

Rochester, Earl of: 9.91a; 10.184c

Rodman, James E.: 4.10f

Rodman, Jane: 4.22f

Rodman, Julius: 4.10f

Rodrigue (LE CID): 14.58fq; 16.47fq

Roe and Doe, Messers: 9.30fq

Rogers, Professor (Henry Darwin Rogers or William Barton Rogers): 8.213c; 12.65m

Rogers, Hartman: 3.76f

Rogers, Mary Cecilia: 5.1c

Rogers, Samuel: 8.182m; 10.87m; 13.187m 15.97a; 16.95mq

Roget, Doctor: 8.210c

Roget, Estelle: 5.4f

Roget, Marie: 5.4f; 6.28m

Roget, Peter Mark: 8.206-11r

Rohan, Prince Louis de: 9.179-83c

Rolando, Captain: 8.196fq

Role, Richard: 9.116fq

Rollenbagen (for Georg Rollenbagen): 14.50c

Romain, Rosalie: 8.55fq

Rombert (a tailor; Poe’s coinage): 2.198m

Ronald, Mr. E.: 3.5f

Ronzi (for Ronzi di Bagnos, artiste; comma needed in text before Vestris): 2.360m

Root, Erastus: 9.310a

Rosa, Salvator: 5.161m; 6.260m

Rosa-Matilda (for Charlotte Dacre): 11.102m

Rosamond: 14.58fq; 16.47fq

Roscius: 8.68m

Roscommon, Earl of: 9.91m

Rose: 8.99fq; 15.111fq

Rose, Edward: 9.229-30c

Rose, George: 9.178m

Ross, Mr.: 3.19f

Ross, Earl of: (see Rosse)

Ross, Alexander: 2.323m, 327m

Ross, Emmet: 3.19f

Ross, Captain James Clark: 8.87c

Ross, Sir John C.: 4.31m; 8.87c, 169m

Ross, Robert: 3.19f

Rosse, Earl of (for William Parsons; sometimes Ross in Poe): 2.106m; 6.100m; 15.127m, 133c; 16.262c, 290m

Roszel, S. A.: 9.158-9r

Rotgut: 10.212fq

Rothschild: 8.217m

Rouge-et-Noir, Mr. (possibly M. H. Beyle, or “Stendhal”): 2.xxxviii m

Rousseau, Jean Jacques: 2.152m, 356m; 4.192m; 11.165c; 14.180m; 15.120m

Rowson, Susan (CHARLOTTE TEMPLE): 11.40c

Royal, Mrs. Anne: 12.1m

Rozinante (horse of Don Quixote): 10.194fq

Rubadub, Professor (sic): 2.47f

Rubini (possibly derived by Poe from Rubinetto di Francia, called also Rubino, although prior to Leonardo): 5.278m

Rudge, Barnaby: 11.43fq; 13.172fq

Ruler of the Universe: (see God): 4.240m

Rumgudgeon: 4.227f

Rumphius (for Georg E. Rumph): 14.97c

Rupert: 13.179fq

Rushbrook, Joseph: 10.198fq, 218c

Russell, Lord: 9.62m

Russell, Alexander: 10.2m

Russell, John (engraver of LUNAR GLOBE, q.v.): 16.354m

Russell, William (ed. of LUNAR GLOBE, q.v.): 16.354m

Russian Fur Company: 9.213c

Ruthven, Helen: 8.97fq

Rutledge, Edward: 8.239m


Saadi: (bard of Schiraz; see also Hafiz): 7.37m

Sabretash, Captain Arthur: 6.117f

Sackville, Thomas: 2.168m; 9.91m

Sacy, A. I. S. de: 14.45c

Sade, Abbe de: 10.203-204c

St. Eustache, Jacques: 5.8f

Saint-Evremond, Charles: 14.55m

Saint in Helusion (Elysium): 4.240m

St. Michel, Louis: 9.233c

St. Pierre, J. H. Pernardin de: 2.359c; 7.25c; 14.45c; 16.1p

St. Kenny (sic for mistress of Henry II): 9.180m

Sale, George (Koran): 6.96m

Salle, Mad’selle (for Mademoiselle de Salle, thus described by Louis Fuzelier): 2.24c

Sallengre, A. H. de: 10.47m

Sallo, Denis de: 14.63c

Sallust: 14.66m; 15.180m; 16.37c, 122c

Salsafette, Eugenie: 6.67f

Salvina (widow of Nebridius and recipient of St. Jerome’s letter, No. 79, not 85 as in Poe): 2.163m

Sam Patch (American daredevil): 7.175m; 11.163-4m, 173m

Samaritans: 14.2m

Sampson, Dominie: 11.212m

Sand, George: (for Georges; see also Mme. Dudevant): 10.134m, 136-7c; 14.150c

Sanderson, John: 15.196p

Sands (publisher of a journal): 10.87m

Sandys, George: 8.242m

Sannazarius (Jacopo Sannazaro): 14.56m

Sannio (Latin buffoon): 14.62m

Santa Cruz, The Marquis of: 12.211fq

Santeuil, Jean de: 14.66m

Sappho: 7.24c

Sargent, Epes: 11.223c; 15.91-3a, 252-3p

Sartain, John: 8.102m

Satan: (see also Lucifer and Devil): 7.188m; 14.47fq

Saturn (planet): 16.23m, 26m

Saturnian (alchemistical name for lead): 2.254m

Saturnus: 2.148m; 16.36m

Satyr: 2.112m; 3.287m; 6.14m; 9.47mq; 14.51m; 16.35m

Saul: 9.289mq; 10.19c, 84m; 16.66c

Saunders and Otley (publishers): 9.156c, 204c

Saunders, Squire: 8.100fq

Savior: 9.6mq; 11.20mq, 115mq; 12.22m; 14.43c, 50m, 56m, 287mq; 16.141mq

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

Scala, Alessandra: 14.65m

Scaramouch (for Scaramouche): 14.46fq

Scarlett, Captain: 9.32fq

Scheherazade (Poe’s tale): 6.78f

Scheherazade: 8.95m; 12.260mq

Schelling, F. W.: 2.29c, 358c, 392m; 11.5m, 136.

Schiller: 2.279c, 295m; 6.155m; 8.138m; 9.202m, 204c

Schlachtenschlager, Squire: 8.71fq

Schlegel: (see also Augustus William Schlegel and Frederick Schlegel): 8.126c; 11.79c, 250m

Schlegel, Augustus William: 8.46-7c; 9.202m; 10.65c, 116c; 11.5m; 12.131c; 13.43c; 14.62c, 180m; 16.117c, 144m

Schlegel, Frederick: 11.5m; 16.117c

Schlumberger: 14.35-6c

Schottky, Julius Max: 14.50c

Schouw, Joachim Frederic: 6.92c

Schroeckh, J. H.: 8.106m

Schroeter, Johann H.: 2.96m; 16.348c, 352-4c

Scissors (the Whig editor): 2.166f

Scoresby, William: 8.87m, 169m

Scorpius: 14.41mq

Scott, James: 9.249fq

Scott, Leonard (New York publisher): 14.160c

Scott, Major John: 9.178m

Scott, Mary: 9.248fq

Scott, Walter: 2.xxxviii m; 5.160m; 7.35m; 8.63-5c, 67-8m, 73c, 185m, 196-7m, 223c, 233-4m, 235c; 9.123c, 168-9c, 171-4m, 199c, 202-203c; 10.132c, 190m; 12.190c, 192m, 224m; 15.109m; 16.83c, 157c

Scratchaway, Augustus (sic): 2.xxxviii m

Scribe: 14.79fq

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

Seadrift, Mr. Solomon (sic): 2.xxxviii m

Sedgwick, Miss Catherine M.: 8.94-100r, 160-62r, 202c; 10.174-5c, 221-6r; 15.90c, 108-13a, 149-50p, 204-205p

Sedgwick, Theodore: 15.113c

Sedley: 9.91m

Seesaw, Solomon (Poe’s coinage): 16.199m

Seetzen, Ulrich Jasper: 10.2m, 14-6c

Selden: 14.58m

Seleucus Nicanor: 2.204c

Selkirk, Alexander: 8.169c, 171c

Semiramis: 14.51m

Seneca: 2.140mq, 361m; 6.28m; 7.29m; 10.47c; 14.39m, 41c, 44c, 59m, 64c; 16.30m, 47c, 72c, 122m

Sennefelder, Alois: 14.154c

Serpent of Syria (possibly Typhoeus): 4.238m

Servius: 14.51c; 16.35m

Seventy, The (Septuagint): 14.54m

Severianus (for Lucius Septimius Severus): 16.12m

Sewal (for William Sewel): 8.161c

Seymour: (cook): 3.76f

Shakespeare: 2.205m, 362m; 4.1m, 269m; 5.243m; 6.1m, 189m; 7.xxxv-xxxvi p, xliii m, 32m, 63m; 8.93m, 99mg, 189m, 235c; 9.25m, 29m, 30m, 47m, 91m, 197m, 199cq; 10.63c; 11.242c; 12.127m, 180mq, 186m, 211c, 226-8p, 261mq; 13.47c, 197m; 14.162m; 15.110m; 16.35m, 42mq, 83m, 100c, 110m, 172m

Shakspeare: (Poe’s customary form)

Sharp, Solomon P.: 15.119m

Sharpe, John: 12.103m

Shaw, Thomas: 10.2m

Sheffield, John: 9.91m

Shelburne, Earl of: 9.175c

Shelley: 4.269c; 8.176-7c, 185m, 283c, 299-301c, 309c; 9.75m, 202m, 299c, 304m; 10.63-6p; 11.65c; 12.32-5p, 158m, 180pq, 202m, 203-204pq; 14.269-70p; 16.4c, 148-50a

Shenstone, William: 16.43-4p

Sheridan, Frances (cf. HISTORY OF NOURJAHAD by F. Sheridan): 2.251m

Sheridan, Richard B.: 9.178m; 12.117m, 125m; 14.49m; 16.62m

Sherwood, Grace: 8.242m

Sherwood, Doctor Henry Hall: (see MOTIVE POWER): 15.136c

Shirley: 9.91m

Shuttleworthy, Barnabas: 5.290f

Shylock: 14.162fg

Sibson, Thomas (illustrator): 11.38m

Sibyl: (see also Sybil): 7.104m

Sidmouth, Lord: 9.178m

Sidney, Sir Philip: 8.327mq; 9.91m; 10.167m; 11.36c, 81c; 12.102c; 14.54c, 262m; 16.72-3c

Sidrophel (HUDIBRAS): 8.186m

Sigourney, Lydia H.: 8.132-5r, 202c, 238m, 338c; 9.64-6r; 11.159c; 15.145-7p, 187p

Silenus: 14.51m; 16.35m

Silius Italicus: 2.280c; 14.59c, 214p, 262c

Silk-buckingham (sic; cf. James Silk Buckingham): 6.199m

Silly-Punctilio: 10.212fq

Simeon the Pharisee: 2.214f

Simmond (probably Peter Simmonds-Lund): 6.92m

Simms (“A. G. Pym”): 3.76f

Simms, William Gilmore: 8.143-58r, 202c; 9.126-39r; 10.49-56r; 11.206c; 12.247-50r; 13.93-7r, 150m, 153c, 172m; 14.75c; 15.119c, 168p, 193p; 16.41p, 59-62p, 148m

Simon (Saint): 13.64mq

Simonides of Cos: 2.22m

Simpson, Adolphus: 5.177f

Simpson, Mr. (FASHION): 12.128m

Simpson, Napoleon Buonaparte: (also Froissart): 5.177f

Sinbad: 6.82fq

Sing, Cheyte: 5.175c

Singleton, Major Robert: 8.147fq

Sinivate, Mr. Theodore (cf. Cockney for insinuate): 3.268f

Siren (sometimes “syren” in Poe): 4.146mq: 10.189m; 11.141mq; 142c; 13.8m; 14.55m

Sirene (mechanical invention): 16.8m

Sirius: 16.23m

Sismondi: 8.224c, 226c

Skinner, Abram (SHEPPARD LEE): 9.134fq

Skinner, Cyriac: 12.246mq

Skinners (robbers): 8.98fq

Slater, William (also Slatyer, q.v.): 11.166m

Slatyer, William (see William Slater): 14.66c

Sleeman, Sir William Henry (RAMASEENA, for RAMASEAND, q.v.): 16.26c

Slidell, Lieut. Alexander (later took name of Mackenzie): 8.214-22r, 335-7cq; 9.1-13r, 83-4r; 15.169p, 201-202p

Sloman, Mrs. Robert M. (?): 9.63m

Slyass, Mr. (sic): 6.14m

Smith (MEMOIRS OF WOOL): 8.88m

Smith (NEW YORK): 8.247m

Smith, Dr. (connected with Stonehenge): 14.112m

Smith, Dr. (book on optics; possibly Hamilton L. Smith, TEXT-BOOK OF NATURAL PHILOSOPHY, 1846, or THE WORLD, FIRST SERIES IN ASTRONOMY AND GEOLOGY, 1848): 16.350c

Smith, Brevet Brigadier General A. B. C.: 3.259f

Smith, Captain (of the ship Albatross): 9.240c

Smith, Charles de Burgh: 10.118fq

Smith, Elizabeth Oakes (wife of Seba Smith): 11.159-60c; 12.228-33r; 13.78-93r

Smith, Horace: 2.xxxix m; 8.223c; 16.5m

Smith, John (fictional editor): 6.230f

Smith, John (Stone’s character): 9.30fq

Smith, Periwinkle: 9.132fq

Smith, Richard Penn: 15.255-6p

Smith (? Seba): 13.143m

Smith, Seba: 4.214m; 10.162-7r; 11.241c; 15.200p, 238-9m

Smith, Thomas (“Lionizing”): 2.323f

Smith, Sir Thomas: 16.39c

Smith, William (a servant): 10.114fq

Smith, William (classicist): 12.129m

Smitherton, Capt.: 4.232f

Smollett: 10.168mq; 11.14m, 90c; 15.20-21c; 16.62m

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

Snap (“Business Man”): 4.128f

Snap, Mr. (“Peter Snook”): 14.87fq

Snap (TEN THOUSAND A YEAR): 10.212fq

Sniffle, Ransy (Longstreet): 8.261fq

Snob (sic): 6.14m

Snobbs, Suky (in a “A Blackwood Article”): 2.269f

Snobbs, Suky (in a “A Predicament”): 2.285f

Snobson: 12.113fq

Snodgrass, J. Evans: 15.222p, 223m

Snook, Peter: 14.75fq

So-and-So, Marquis of (sic): 2.37f

Socrates: 2.118c; 8.203mq; 11.189-90c; 12.162m; 14.56m; 16.43m

Solis y Rivadeneira, Antonio de: 13.58cq, 58m

Solomon: 5.222-3m; 14.5m, 49c, 67c; 16.37m

Solomon: (see Proverbs)

Solomon Don Dunce: 7.110m

Solon: 9.58m

Sophocles: 4.200m; 7.xlii c; 8.43-7c; 9.193m; 12.4c, 13c, 130-35r, 136mq, 137m; 14.62c; 16.72c, 119c, 174c

Soranus, Valerius: 14.51m; 16.35m

Soucier, Pere: 14.69-70c

Soult, Marshal Nicholas: 10.134m

South, John Fant (UPON THE BONES, q.v.): 2. 163m

Southard, S. L.: 9.310m

Southey, Robert: 7.xxxvii c; 8.48-9r, 186m; 9.66-9r, 71m, 73-4c, 140p; 10.174c, 223-5c; 11.13c, 159c; 13.196pq, 197-9p

Southwell, Robert: 9.91m

Southwick, Solomon: 13.216m

Sowle, Captain: 9.236-7c, 238c, 240c

Spallanzani, Lazzaro: 3.286m

Sparks, Jared: 9.13c, 63m; 15.164-5p, 214p

Spear, Thomas G.: 11.242c; 15.210-11p

Spenser: 8.97m, 323m; 9.91m; 11.83m; 12.29mq; 14.53c, 184c; 15.111m

Sphynx: 4.313m

Spinoza: 11.136m

Sprague, Charles: 10.139-42r; 11.124m, 280c; 13.138c, 143m; 15.49-50c, 239c, 248-9p, 257c, 261m; 16.175c

Sprat, Thomas: 16.82m

Spurzheim, Johann Christoph: 6.133m, 146m; 8.252m

Squibalittle, Mrs. (sic): 6.18m

Stael, Madame de: 2.38m; 4.271c; 6.188c; 9.202m

Stagg: 11.61fq

Stanfield, William Clarkson: 14.108m

Stanford, Jane Kane (LADY’S GIFT): 8.159m

Stanley: 11.14fq

Stapleton, Edward: 5.261m

Stedman, E. Clementine: 11.241c; 15.245p

Steen, Jan: 2.39m; 11.84c, 90c

Stephen of Byzantium: 7.31m

Stephens, Ann S.: 15.56-8a, 90c, 112c, 246p

Stephens, John: 10.1-25r, 82cq, 83c, 178-81r; 16.63c

Sterling: 8.68fq

Sterne, Laurence: 9.67c, 69m; 11.178m, 212m; 14.38c; 16.30c, 145c

Stevenson, Alan: 8.89c

Stewart, Dugald: 8.86m; 9.172-3c

Stickney, Sarah: 8.173-7r

Stiletto, Don (sic): 2.41f

Stockton, Thomas H.: 11.242c; 15.225-6p

Stoddart, Sarah: 9.142c

Stone, Colonel David M.: 15.47c

Stone, J. A. (METAMORA): 2.155m

Stone, Colonel William L.: 5.24m; 8.279-80c; 9.47-8m; 15.173p, 177p, 213-4p

Story, Judge Joseph: 8.114-5r; 15.158-9p, 242p

Strabo: 7.31m; 10.14m; 14.66m; 16.92c

Strangeways, H. B. T.: 10.23m

Street, Alfred B.: 14.182-3c, 255-6p; 15.254-5p; 16.102c

Stretton, T.: 16.353m

Strickland, Agnes: 10.207c

Strides, Joel: 11.207fq

Stuart, David: 9.217c, 221-2c

Stuart, Dugald: (see Stewart): 9.172-3c

Stuart, Mrs. Dugald: 9.171m

Stuart, Robert: 9.217m, 237-8c

Stuart, Robert (THE HEROINE): 8.79fq

Stubbs: 5.192f

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

Stuyvesant, Peter: 15.122m

Suard, Jean B. A.: 10.47m; 12.56m; 14.39m

Succoth-Benith (worshipped by Babylonians in Samaria): 2.217m

Suckling (poet): 9.91m

Sue, Eugene: 6.179c; 16.104-9a, 157c

Suidas: 14.51m

Sullivan, Arabella: 8.74-5r, 223m; 16.157c

Sullivan, J. T. S.: 16.127c

Sullivan, Jerry: 8.79fq

Sullivan’s Island: 5.95m

Sully, Thomas: 4.247m; 8.50c; 14.109c; 15.264c

Sulpicius: 14.59-60c; 16.75c

Sumner, Dr. Charles Richard (once incorrectly written as Summer): 7.27m; 11.21m; 12.246c

Sumpter, Thomas: 8.5mq

Sunderland, Lord: 8.83m

Surrey: 9.91m

Swaim (Swaim’s Panacea): 16.148m

Swammerdamm, Jan: 9.96m

Swann, Major: 9.257fq

Swedenborg: 3.287m; 15.7m, 61m; 16.71c, 223m

Swift: 2.349m; 5.211m; 8.328mq; 9.273cq; 10.184m; 11.252m; 14.230mq; 15.27c, 88mq; 16.94c

Swiveller, Richard: 10.151fq; 11.172fq

Sybil: 2.224m; 7.104m; 9.61mq

Sydney (Beaufort ?): 10.125fq

Sydney, Sir Philip: (see also Sidney): 10.167m

Sylph: 6.196m

Syncellus: 14.51m

Syren: (see Siren)

Syrianus: 2.38m


T., Miss Tabitha: 3.264f

Tacitus: 3.269m; 7.31m; 9.156m, 193m; 14.3-5m, 49m, 69c; 16.2m

Taglion: (for Maria Taglioni, q.v.)

Taglioni, Maria: 2.360m; 10.91m; 14.179c; 16.44c

Talbot, Mr.: 5.179f

Talfourd, Thomas Noon (also known as Sergeant Talfourd): 9.144-5r; 15.92c

Talley, Susan Archer: 11.157-60c

Talleyrand: 10.194c; 11.53m; 12.64m; 14.179m

Tamerlane: (see Timur)

Tappan, William B.: 11.241c

Tappertit, Simon: 11.47fq

Tarleton: 8.150fq

Tarpaulin, Hugh: 2.172f

Tarquinius, Sextus: 14.64c

Tarr, Doctor: 6.71f

Tartak (king worshipped in Samaria): 2.217m

Tasistro, Louis Fitzgerald: 15.217p, 236m, 244m

Tasso, Torquato: 11.114m; 14.44mq, 59c; 15.87m, 237m; 16.74c

Tattle, Mr.: 3.266f

Taurus: 14.41mq

Taylor, Bayard: 16.145-8r, 176c

Taylor, Isaac: 15.7c; 16.98c

Taylor, Jeremy: 9.203m; 16.2m

Taylor, Miss (actress): 12.211c

Tecumseh: 9.116m

Tegner, Esaias: 11.65-6c

Teian (Anacreon of Teos, q.v.): 2.31m

Teios, son of (referring to Anacreon): 2.149m

Tem-Pest, Duke: 2.180f

Temple, Flora: 8.54fq

Temple, Sir William: 8.323m; 16.2m

Templeton, Doctor: 5.164f

Tennant, J.: 8.51m

Tennyson: 7.xlix m; 8.309c; 9.304m; 10.78-80p; 11.65c, 175-7c, 181m, 236-7p, 255c; 12.16m, 33-5p, 89-93c, 158m, 171m, 176m, 180-84a, 202m; 13.29-32cq, 129m, 193m; 14.180-82c, 289p; 15.64c; 16.28-30p, 74c, 83c, 150c

Teos (home of Anacreon, q.v.): 2.149m; 16.164c

Teraphim, The: 2.217m

Terence: 2.142c; 9.193m; 16.72c

Terentius: (see also Terence): 2.142c

Tertullian: 2.21m; 4.139c; 16.90c, 164c, 169c

Testi, Ferlorio: 8.138m

Teufel (Devil, q.v.): 3.256f

Textor, Ravisius (for Jean Tixtier, Seigneur de Ravisi): 2.117c

Thelluson (for Thellusson, the famous heir): 6.178c

Themis: 14.51m; 16.35m

Theocritus: 2.142c

Theodore: 9.109fq

Theology, Theologus: 2.38f

Theophilus: 14.67mq

Theophrastus: 2.39m; 8.258m; 14.42c

Theopompus: 8.204-205m

Theresa, Maria: 9.180m

Thetis: 15.124mq

Thiers: 10.134m, 134p, 135c, 138c

Thimble: 13.41fq

Thingum: (see Thingum Bob): 6.3f

Thionville, Baron de: 9.191fq

Thionville, Baroness de: 9.191fq

This-and-That, Earl of (sic): 2.37f

Thomas, Frederick William: 11.223c, 240c; 14.133c, 136-7pq, 138mq, 146m; 15.209-10p

Thompson, Benjamin F. (historian): 15.107m

Thompson, Charles West: 11.241-2c; 15.226p, 236m

Thompson (? Daniel Pierce): 13.143m

Thompson, David (explorer): 4.19c; 9.221c

Thompson, Mr. (“Man . . . Used Up”): 3.263f

Thorn, Captain: 9.242c

Thorn, Colonel Herman: 8.51c

Thorn, Lieut. Jonathan: 9.217-20c

Thornton, Andrew (cf. William Thornton, who designed Pavilion VII at University of Virginia): 4.26f

Thucydides: 9.193m

Thule, Ultima: 5.79m

Thurlow, Lord Edward: 9.178m

Thyestes: 6.52mq; 10.206mq

Tickell, Thomas: 14.58c; 16.47c, 71c

Tickle, Mr. (SHEPPARD LEE): 9.134fq

Ticknor and Co. (publishers): 15.123m

Tieck, J. L.: 3.287m; 4.102m; 9.202m; 13.144-5c; 16.42c

Tiffany, Mr.: 12.112fq

Tiffany, Mrs.: 12.113fq, 125fq

Tiffany, Seraphina: 12.113fq

Tiger (dog): 3.29f

Tim Hurlygurly the stage-player: 2.182m

Timarchus (courtier in the age of Antiochus IV): 2.207m

Timon (for Vicomte de Cormenin): 11.38m; 16.173c

Timon (for TIMON OF ATHENS): 6.189m

Timour: 7.7c, 137c

Timur: 7.7c, 137c

Tintontintino, Signor: 2.39f

Titan: 7.89m, 102m; 8.210m; 9.18m, 98mq

Titania: 7.xliii m

Tithonus: 9.148fq

Titian (painter): 2.39m

Titus (emperor): 14.5m

Titus: (historian, see Livius)

Titus, Silius (KILLING NO MURDER): 16.74c

Tobin, John (THE HONEYMOON): 12.189-92r

Toby: 4.26f

Todd (probably Henry J. Todd): 9.160m

Toland: 12.246m

Tom o’Bedlam: 10.40m; 16.100m

Tomaso, Duke of Florence (TORTESA): 10.29fq; 13.39fq; 15.17fq

Tomlin, John: 15.231p

Tonson, Monsieur: 10.135fq

Tooke, Horne: 8.49m, 87m; 9.105c; 10.170m; 13.72m; 16.3c

Too-wit: 3.182f

Torcini, Antonia: 8.57fq

Torres, Tomas de las: 4.213c; 14.174-5c

Tortesa (Willis): 10.29fq; 13.38fq

Tortoni: 2.280m; 9.21m

Tottle, Watkins: 9.45tq

Toualeb: 10.22m

Touch-and-go Bullet-head: 6.229f

Touch-me-Not, Royal Highness of (sic): 2.37f

Tournefort, J. P. de: 7.25m; 10.2m

Town, C. H.: 16.105-107c

Townley, James: 8.110m

Townshend, Chauncey Hare: 12.123c; 16.115c

Tracle, Misthress (sic): 4.115f

Transcendental: 2.276m; 4.220m, 223m, 224m

Transcendentalism: 4.214m; 16.189m, 223c

Transcendentalist: 4.226m; 6.5m, 295m; 16.195m

Transcendentals (for Transcendentalists): 6.5m

Treadmill, Gustave (Count Jolimaitre in FASHION): 12.113fq

Trebizond, George of (whose COMPARATIO ARISTOTELIS ET PLATONIS was attacked by Bessarion): 2.126c

Trelawney, Captain (for Edward John Trelawny): 8.223c

Trevanion, Lady Rowena of Tremaine (cf. Rowena of IVANHOE): 2.259f

Trim, Corporal: 11.212fq

Trinculo: 5.243m; 15.110fq; 16.172fq

Trippetta (cf. French tripette, trifle, or “trip it as you go”): 6.218f

Trithemius (POLYGRAPHIA and STEGANOGRAPHIA): 14.132m

Triton: 11.249mq; 16.191m

Troilo, Franz F. von: 7.31m; 10.2m

Trollope, Mrs. Frances: 9.17-22r, 157m; 13.108m

Trotter, Mrs.: 5.215f

Trublet, Nicolas C. J.: 16.120-22p

Trueman, Adam: 12.112fq; 15.29fq

Trueman, Ruth: 12.112fq

Trumbull, John: 10.182c; 11.18m; 12.107m; 13.165c; 15.47c

Tsalemon (Poe’s coinage): 3.239f

Tucker, Abraham: 9.142m

Tucker, Josiah: 16.5m

Tucker, Nathaniel Beverley: 8.243-4m, 246-7m; 9.243-65r; 15.195-6p, 197m; 16.142c

Tucker, W. E. (engraver): 8.51m

Tuckerman, Henry T.: 6.103m; 7.110c; 11.126m; 15.217p, 227m

Tuckermanities (cf. H. T. Tuckerman): 7.110c

Tuclid (Poe’s coinage for Euclid, q.v.): 16.188m

Tuller, Isaac: 8.327mq

Tupper, Martin Farquhar: 13.112c

Turgot: 2.38m; 4.259c; 6.176m

Turnapenny (Poe’s coinage): 5.299m

Turner, Dr. William W.: 13.13-7r; 15.23m

Turnip, Miss Tabitha: 2.269f

Turpin, Dick: 5.212m; 14.39m

Twinkle, T. Tennyson: 12.114fq

Twist, Oliver: 10.199fq

Tye, Dr. Christopher: 14.67c

Tyler, John (President): 15.66m, 269m; 16.168m

Tyler, Robert (AHASUERUS): 11.240c

Tyler, W. B.: 14.146pq

Typhoeus (? serpent of Syria): 4.238m

Tyrrell: 8.11m

Tzetzes, John (author of CHILIADES): 14.90m


Ude: 4.231m

Ugo: 7.64f

Ugolino (Dante): 6.4-5m

Uhland: 11.65c

Ulalume: 7.104f

Ulric, Eleanor: 8.182fq

Ulric, Sir John Augustus Frederick Geoffry (sic): 8.180fq

Ulric, Paul: 8.184fq; 9.77fq

Ulric, Rosaline: 8.182fq

Ulysses (Homer): 8.164fq; 14.67c; 16.170m

Una (“Monos and Una”): 4.200f

Una (Spenser): 8.97fq; 11.83fq; 15.111fq

Undine: 10.31fq; 16.49fq

Unterduk, Mynheer Superbus Von (sic): 2.43f

Upshur, Lieutenant: 9.2m

Uranus (planet): 16.23m

Urban VI: 14.64c

Ure, Andrew: 8.88c

Ursa Major: 7.xliii m

Usher, Archbishop: 14.52c

Usher, Madeline: 3.281f

Usher, Roderick: 3.274f

Utilitarianism: 9.63m

Utilitarians: 16.11c


Vaches, Ranz des: 14.45c

Vachieras, Rambaud de: 14.43c

Valdemar, M. Ernest: 6.154f

Valence: 5.18f

Valens, Flavius: 2.204m

Vallar, Andri: 9.237c

Valois, Mademoiselle de (for Poe’s de la Valois): 9.180m

Valz, J. B.: 2.64m

Van Buren, Martin: 2.292m; 6.295m

Van Rensselaer, Stephen: 9.23m

Van Tuyssel: (for Van Tassel, by Irving): 11.102fq

Vandenhoff, John: 12.133c

Vanezzi, Father: 8.233fq

Vankirk, Mr.: 5.242f

Vapid (THE DRAMATIST): 8.56m, 169m

Varden, Dolly: 11.46fq

Varden, Gabriel: 11.46fq

Varro: 14.65c

Vaucanson, Jacques de: 14.8p

Vauvenargues, Marquis de: 10.134m

Veal, Mrs.: 8.172m

Vecchio, Cecco del: 8.226fq

Vega, Lope de: 12.248m; 13.70m

Vega, Lopez de: (sic; see also Lope de Vega): 12.248m

Velasquez: 9.108fq

Velschii (for Velschius, q.v.): 16.4m

Velschius, Joseph Jerome: 16.4m

Venus: 2.118c; 4.314m; 7.109m; 8.190m; 12.25mq; 13.55mq, 211cq; 14.51m, 152m, 290m; 16.23m, 35m

Venus of the Medici: 2.118c

Vere, Edward de: 8.90m; 9.91m

Vergil (from Etruria; see also Virgil): 6.200m

Vernon, Di (for Diana Vernon in ROB ROY): 8.67-8m; 9.171fq

Verplanck, Gulian C.: 10.87m; 15.39-40a, 261p

Verulam, Lord: (see Francis Bacon)

Verus Lucius Ceionius Commodus: 2.204m

Vespasian: 14.4m

Vesta: 14.51m; 16.23m, 35m

Vestris (Lucia Elizabeth Vestris Mathews, contralto; comma needed after Ronzi in text): 2.360m

Victorian, Don: 12.97fq; 13.64fq

Vidocq, Francois: 4.166c

Vigenere, Blaise de: 14.132m

Vignes, Pierre des: 14.42c

Villani, Angelo: 8.226fq

Villaret (for Fulk de Villaret, Grand Master of Knights of St. John): 2.323m

Vinci, Leonardo da: 5.277m

Vincke, Baron von: 8.163m

Violante: 13.56fq

Violet: 8.188fq

Violet (for Girond de Villette, early balloonist): 6.201m

Virgil: 2.142c; 6.200m; 8.203m; 11.82c, 233m; 13.48c, 215m; 14.43c, 51m, 56mq; 16.35m, 47m

Virgilius: (see also Virgil): 2.142c

Virginia (Poe): 7.116c

Voissart, Victor: 5.178f

Volney: 10.2c, 3cq, 13m; 16.32-4p

Volta, Alexander: 6.99m, 120m; 16.61m

Voltaire: 2.145c, 278-9c, 349m; 6.216m; 7.30c; 14.62p, 63c, 94c; 16.6c, 45c, 68p, 74c, 95c, 117c

Voltaire: (see also Arouet)

Von Jung, Baron Ritzner: 4.102f

Von Kempelen (cf. Kempelen and Maelzel): 6.245f

Vondel: 14.53c

Vondervotteimittis (sic for Dutch borough in “Devil in Belfry”): 3.247-57p

Vredenburgh, Peter: 3.174f

Vulcan: 11.270fq


Wafer, Lionel: 8.182fq

Wakefield: 13.154-5fq

Wakondah: 11.27fq

Waldron: 11.137fq

Walhalla (for Valhalla): 14.173m

Wallace, Horace Binney: (see William Landor)

Wallace, William: 11.241c; 16.175-7c

Waller: 9.91m

Wallis, Dr. John: 14.147c; 15.181m

Walpole, Horace: 10.47c; 12.48m; 16.60c, 144c, 168c

Walsh, Robert M.: 8.321-9r, 334mq; 10.133-9r; 14.123-4m, 134-5c; 15.144-5p, 187-8p

Walter, Miss: (see Miss Walters): 12.104c

Walter, Professor: 11.242c

Walters, Miss (Boston TRANSCRIPT): 12.104c; 13.6c, 8-9c, 10-12c

Walton (poet): 9.91m

Walton, Col.: 8.148fq

Walton, Mr.: 8.148fq

Walton, Miss (in THE FORTUNE HUNTER): 12.207fq

Walton, Katherine: 8.148fq

Wampoos (Poe’s coinage): 3.188m

Ward, Robert Plumer: 16.156-7c

Ward, Thomas: 5.211m; 11.160-74r

Ware, Henry, Jr.: 15.251-2p

Warfield, Mrs. Catherine: 11.157c, 159m

Warren, Dr. Samuel (see DIARY OF A LONDON PHYSICIAN and TEN THOUSAND A YEAR): 9.205c; 10.210c

Warton, Thomas: 14.50m

Washington, George: 6.214c; 9.13-6r, 178cq; 11.69m, 238c

Washington, George (THE LINWOODS): 8.98fq

Waterman, Catherine H. (see Catherine H. Esling): 11.241c; 15.206p

Waters, John (pseud. for Henry Cary, q.v.): 15.67c; 16.94-5c

Watson, Richard, Bishop of Llandaff: 3.286m

Waukerassah, Chief: 4.79m

Wayne, General: 9.226m

Webb (publisher): 10.85m

Webbe, Cornelius: 16.39c

Webber, Charles W.: 13.142c, 154c

Weber, Carl Maria von: 3.283m

Webster, John (DUCHESS OF MALFI): 7.63m

Webster, Noah: 9.106c, 160m; 10.11m, 188m; 14.185c

Weddell, Captain James: 3.163c, 168c, 171c

Welby, Mrs. Amelia: 11.157c, 159m, 240m, 275-81a; 13.18c, 125c, 131m, 192c; 14.240m; 16.54-9a

Welch, Thomas B.: 8.50m

Weld, Horatio Hastings: 5.12m; 15.229p

Weller, Sam: 11.14fq

Wellington, Lord: 11.90m, 94mq, 266m

West, Benjamin: 13.117mq

Wetmore, Gen. Prosper M.: 15.88-9a, 251p, 252-3m

Whackemwell, Timotheus (sic): 14.138p

Wheelwright, Daniel: 9.27fq

Whewell, Dr. William: 8.207m, 210c

Whipple, Edwin P.: 12.180-84a; 13.12m, 193-202a

Whitaker, John: 8.327mq

White, Joseph Blanco: 9.200m

White, Charles Erskine (for Laughton Osborn): 15.45p; 16.151-2c

White, Henry Kirke: 10.224c

White Old Maid: 13.154fq

White, Thomas W.: 3.2m; 8.334cq

Whitman, Mrs. Sarah: 11.159-60c

Whittier, John G.: 11.124m; 12.47cq, 63cq; 15.245-6p

Whitworth, Richard: 4.16c; 9.211c

Wieland, C. M.: 11.99m; 16.161c

Wiggins (? author of MONSTER MISERY): 6.199c

Wigglesworth, Edward: 8.164m

Wilde, Richard Henry (“My Life”): 9.172m; 15.236-7p

Wiley and Putnam, Messrs.: 15.48m, 58m, 86m

Wiley, Mr. (publisher): 13.31m

Wilkes, Lieutenant: 9.313m

Wilkie, William: 6.103m

Wilkins, Mr.: 9.134fq

Wilkins, Patty: 9.133fq

Wilkins, Peter (Paltock): 2.104fq; 15.131fq

Wilkins, Sam: 9.134fq

Wilkins, William: 16.353m

Wilkinson, Cherry: 8.77fq

Wilkinson, Eliza: 16.51-2c

Wilkinson, Gregory: 8.77fq

Wilkinson, Sir John Gardner: 10.2m

Will O’the Wisp (for Will o’the Wisp): 8.77m

Will Nimble the Undertaker (cf. SPECTATOR PAPERS): 2.179m

Willard, Emma Hart: 13.215m

Willet, Joe: 11.46fq

Willet, John: 11.42fq

William IV: 3.170m

William (in THE HEROINE): 8.80fq

William, the Poor Scholar: 13.77fq

Williams, Captain: 9.39mq

Williams, J. B.: 6.93c

Williams, Otho: 8.147m

Williams, Robert Folkestone (MEPHISTOPHELES IN ENGLAND): 8.42-3r

Willis, Mrs.: 15.117m

Willis, Nathaniel P.: 8.49m, 57m, 60m; 9.272c, 274-5c; 10.27-30r, 194c; 11.125m, 223c; 12.36-40a, 42-4p, 46pq, 66p, 216m, 234-5r; 13.38-54r, 143m, 154c, 210m, 225m; 14.75c, 233c, 270-71p; 15.9-18a, 41c, 42cq, 49-50c, 87m, 165p, 190p; 16.127c

Willoughby, Captain: 11.207fq

Willoughby, Beulah: 11.207fq

Willoughby, Robert: 11.207fq

Wilmer, Lambert A.: 8.234-7r; 10.182-95r; 15.228p; 16.36c

Wilson (“A. G. Pym”): 3.76f

Wilson, Professor John: (pseud. for Christopher North): 8.259c; 9.304m; 12.18m, 84c, 239-41r; 15.258c; 16.100m

Wilson, William: 3.299f

Wilton: 11.136fq

Winckelmann: 11.5m

Windbeutel (Poe’s abusive term): 15.270m

Windenhouqh: 2.154f

Windham (possibly Joseph Windham, antiquary): 2.163m

Winifred: 8.74fq

Wirt, William: 8.102c, 115c, 250c, 322c; 9.206m; 14.41c; 15.157-8p; 16.40c

Wither: 9.91m, 98c; 12.142c

Wolcot, John (Peter Pindar, author of POLITICAL SQUIBS): 14.90c

Wolf (the Newfoundland dog): 5.127f

Wolff, O. L. B.: 12.93m, 95-6c

Wollaston, William Hyde: 6.98c; 16.71m

Wollstonecraft, Mary: 12.1m

Wood, J.: 8.50m

Wood, Mrs. (? Zilpha): 11.231c

Woods, Mr.: 11.207fq

Woodworth, Samuel: 11.241c

Worcester, J. E.: 9.160-62r

Wordsworth: 7.xxxviii-xlii c; 8.135c, 185m, 317-8c; 9.203c, 276c, 304m; 11.12c, 202c, 235c, 250m; 12.33c, 140c, 202m; 15.55c; 16.100c, 150c

Wormley, Alexander: 4.26f

Woronzow, Count (or Vorontzov): 9.175-6c

Wotton, Sir Henry: 9.96-7c; 12.141c

Wraxall, N. W.: 9.174-84r

Wurtemberg, Duke of: 9.175m

Wyandotte (Nick): 11.207fq

Wyatt, Cornelius (cf. many British Wyatts in the arts): 5.274f

Wyatt, Marian: 5.276-7f

Wyatt, Mr. W.: 4.14f

Wyatt, Professor Thomas: 6.96m; 10.26-7r; 14.96c

Wyatt, Sir Thomas: 9.91m

Wylie, John (publisher): 12.93m

Wylie, Professor S. B.: 8.106c

Wyndham, Sir William: 8.323m

Wyttenbach, J. H.: 8.106m


Xenophon: 9.193m

Xeres: 9.146fq

Ximenes, Pedro: 13.65fq


Yale and Wyatt, Messers: 9.66m

Yampoos (Poe’s coinage): 3.188m

Yancey, B.: 9.310m

Yankee: 6.132m; 8.99mq; 16.25m

Yates, Elizabeth: 9.199m

Yeadon, Richard: 8.143-5c

Yeager: 11.10m

York, Duke of: 9.179c

Young, Charles: 9.199m

Young, Edward: 5.273m; 9.283c, 305c; 13.130m; 14.47-8c, 64c; 16.76c

Young Plin (WYANDOTTE): 11.207fq

Yriarte: 8.138m


Zacchary, a tailor (Zachary Taylor): 6.215m

Zaiat, Ehn (Arabian biographer): 2.16m, 26c

Zaire, river (Portuguese name for the Congo; cf. also ZAIHE, Voltaire): 2.220-24p

Zanni: 14.62m

Zanthe: 7.32f

Zebalon (for Zebulun): 14.1m

Zeke (Adolph): 12.114fq

Zeno (the Stoic philosopher): 7.152m

Zeno, Apostolo: 12.223m; 14.47c

Zenobia (queen of Palmyra): 2.270m

Zenobia, Signora Psyche (in “A Blackwood Article”): 2.269f

Zenobia, Signora Psyche (in “A Predicament”): 2.285f

Zephyr: 2.152m; 4.238m; 13.180mq; 14.242mq, 245m

Zerlini, Madame: 8.232fq

Zero (for Nero): 6.208c

Zeus (see Jupiter and dove): 11.260fq; 16.3m

Zeuxis: 11.84c; 16.164c

Zimmermann, J. G. van (ON SOLITUDE; Zimmerman in Poe): 4.196c; 8.187m

Zinghis (for Genghis Khan): 7.137m, 139m

Zinzendorff: 8.127fq

Zippa (TORTESA): 10.28fq; 13.38fq

Zoilus (“Shadow”): 2.149f

Zoilus (critic): 8.279m; 11.41m; 12.1m; 13.194m; 14.90m, 281c; 15.227m

Zopyrus: 2.159c


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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 [P-Z])