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    • Dennis, Mr. Ned

    • Dennis, Mr. Ned

    • Mr. Ned Dennis is the public hangman of Tyburn and one of the ring-leaders of the Gordon Riots

    • Barnaby Rudge

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Gashford, Mr.

    • Gashford, Mr.

    • Mr. Gashford is the secretary to Lord George Gordon. Gashford had been a schoolfellow of Mr. Geoffrey Haredale and Sir. John Chester at St. Omer's in France. He is a recreant Roman Catholic who has great interest in Lord George Gordon's mission....

    • Barnaby Rudge

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Hugh

    • Hugh

    • Hugh is a lawless, fearless and brutal man, a drunkard, and the Maypoles' sinister handyman. He is the illegitimate son of a gipsy woman and Sir. John Chester. He becomes a leader amongst the Gordon rioters, who is taken and hanged afterwards

    • Barnaby Rudge

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Miggs, Mrs.

    • Miggs, Mrs.

    • Mrs. Miggs is a domestic servant of Mrs. Varden. She is dismissed from service by Mrs. Varden after the Gordon riots and becomes "a female turnkey for the County Bridewell"

    • Barnaby Rudge

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Daisy, Soloman

    • Daisy, Soloman

    • Soloman Daisy is the parish clerk of Chigwell, one of John Willet's three cronies

    • Barnaby Rudge

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Rudge, Barnaby

    • Rudge, Barnaby

    • Barnaby Rudge is a simple-minded, loving son of Rudge who murders his master, Mr. Reuben Haredale, for his money. Barnaby joins the Gordon Riots despite his mother's frantic pleas and becomes an enthusiastic participant. He is arrested and...

    • Barnaby Rudge

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Tappertit, Simon

    • Tappertit, Simon

    • Simon Tappertit is the apprentice to Gabriel Varden, the locksmith. He is the "captain" of a group of apprentices in London

    • Barnaby Rudge

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Willet, John

    • Willet, John

    • John willet is the landlord of the Maypole Inn. He ends his days in a cottage in Chigwell

    • Barnaby Rudge

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Haredale, Mr. Geoffrey of "The Warren"

    • Haredale, Mr. Geoffrey of "The Warren"

    • Mr. Geoffrey hare dale is a Roman Catholic gentleman and the younger brother of the murdered Reuben Haredale. He lives near Chigwell and takes affectionate care of his niece Emma. His life is embittered by an unjust suspicion related to the murder...

    • Barnaby Rudge

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Rudge, Barnaby

    • Rudge, Barnaby

    • Barnaby Rudge is a simple-minded, loving son of Rudge who murders his master, Mr. Reuben Haredale, for his money. Barnaby joins the Gordon Riots despite his mother's frantic pleas and becomes an enthusiastic participant. He is arrested and...

    • Barnaby Rudge

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Miggs, Miss

    • Miggs, Miss

    • Miggs is the domestic servant of Mrs. Varden. She is dismissed from service by Mrs. Varden after the Gordon riots and becomes "a female turnkey for the County Bridewell"

    • Barnaby Rudge

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Willet, Mr. John

    • Willet, Mr. John

    • John Willet is the landlord of the Maypole Inn. He ends his days in a cottage in Chigwell

    • Barnaby Rudge

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Haredale, Mr.

    • Haredale, Mr.

    • Mr. Haredale is a Roman Catholic gentleman and the younger brother of the murdered Reuben Haredale. He lives near Chigwell and takes affectionate care of his niece Emma. His life is embittered by an unjust suspicion related to the murder of his...

    • Barnaby Rudge

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Varden, Gabriel

    • Varden, Gabriel

    • Dolly's father, Gabriel Varden, is an honest locksmith. He owns a shop named the Golden Key. As a friend of Barnaby's mother, he helps clear Barnaby's name

    • Barnaby Rudge

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Stagg

    • Stagg

    • Stagg is a blind member of the "Prentice Knights". With Barnaby Rudge Sr., Stagg tries to take the money from Mary Rudge by force. He is killed when he tries to run from officers who are arresting Hugh, Barnaby, and Rudge Sr

    • Barnaby Rudge

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Chester, Sir John

    • Chester, Sir John

    • John Chester is Edward Chester's father. He tries to keep his son from marrying Emma Haredale. He becomes a member of the Parliament. Later, he is killed by Emma's uncle Geoffrey in a fight

    • Barnaby Rudge

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Dennis

    • Dennis

    • Mr. Dennis is the public hangman of Tyburn and one of the ring-leaders of the Gordon Riots

    • Barnaby Rudge

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Hugh

    • Hugh

    • Hugh is a lawless, fearless and brutal man, a drunkard, and the Maypoles' sinister handyman. He is the illegitimate son of a gipsy woman and Sir. John Chester. He becomes a leader amongst the Gordon rioters, who is taken and hanged afterwards

    • Barnaby Rudge

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Gashford, Mr.

    • Gashford, Mr.

    • Mr. Gashford is the secretary to Lord George Gordon. Gashford had been a schoolfellow of Mr. Geoffrey Haredale and Sir. John Chester at St. Omer"s in France. He is a recreant Roman Catholic who has great interest in Lord George Gordon's...

    • Barnaby Rudge

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Daisy, Solomon

    • Daisy, Solomon

    • Solomon Daisy is the parish clerk of Chigwell, one of John Willet"s three cronies

    • Barnaby Rudge

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Tappertit, Simon

    • Tappertit, Simon

    • Simon Tappertit is the apprentice to Gabriel Varden, the locksmith. He is the "captain" of a group of apprentices in London

    • Barnaby Rudge

    • Barnaby Rudge is the fifth novel which was begun in 1839 and finished in 1841. It is also the first of Dickens's two historical novels. This novel is based on the anti-Catholic riots - the Gordon Riots - instigated by Lord George Gordon in 1780,...
    • Newcome, Clemency

    • Newcome, Clemency

    • Clemency Newcome is also called Clementina and works as a maidservant to Dr. Jeddler. She eventually marries his manservant Benjamin Britain

    • Battle of Life, The

    • Battle of Life was the fourth of five Christmas stories that Charles Dickens wrote. He wrote this story in September-October 1846 and it was first published in one volume in December 1846. It is the story of a man named Doctor Jeddler who is a...
    • Jeddler, Dr. Anthony

    • Jeddler, Dr. Anthony

    • Dr. Anthony Jeddler is a philosopher and widowed father of two daughters, Grace and Marion. He has a sister named Martha and a ward named Alfred Heathfield

    • Battle of Life, The

    • Battle of Life was the fourth of five Christmas stories that Charles Dickens wrote. He wrote this story in September-October 1846 and it was first published in one volume in December 1846. It is the story of a man named Doctor Jeddler who is a...
    • Bucket, Inspector

    • Bucket, Inspector

    • Inspector Bucket is a middle-aged police detective who is active in a number of different investigations. He is employed by Mr. Tulkinghorn and works to arrest his murderer. He is later employed by Sir Dedlock and is very helpful in wrapping up...

    • Bleak House

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Chadband, the Reverend Mr.

    • Chadband, the Reverend Mr.

    • Reverend Mr. Chadband is a hypocritical clergyman of no particular denomination. He marries Mrs. Rachael who was Esther Summerson's nurse and becomes involved in a scheme, along with his wife and Bart Smallweed to extort money from Sir Leicester...

    • Bleak House

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Dedlock, Sir Leicester

    • Dedlock, Sir Leicester

    • Sir Leicester Dedlock comes from a very old, respected family in the community and has the title of Baronet. He is married to a wife 20 years his junior and is so shocked by his wife's scandalous past that he has a very debilitating stroke when he...

    • Bleak House

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Guppy, Mr. William

    • Guppy, Mr. William

    • William Guppy is a young clerk in the Kenge and Carboy law firm. He lives with his mother and wants to marry Esther Summerson but she rejects him. He notices a resemblance between Esther and Lady Dedlock and decides to investigate as there is...

    • Bleak House

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Guster

    • Guster

    • Guster is a young woman in her early 20s who comes from a workhouse and is now working as a servant in the Snagby home. Her actual christened name is thought to be Augusta

    • Bleak House

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Boythorn, Mr. Lawrence

    • Boythorn, Mr. Lawrence

    • Mr. Lawrence Boythorn is an elderly gentleman who is very fond of his pet canary. He has been good friends with Mr. Jarndyce for 45 years since they were schoolboys. He is engaged in a legal battle with his neighbor Sir Leicester Dedlock over a...

    • Bleak House

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Jackson, Mr. Michael

    • Jackson, Mr. Michael

    • Michael Jackson is Inspector Bucket's imaginary informant concerning Lady Dedlock's visit to the brickmaker's cottage. The inspector notes him as "A person of the name of Michael Jackson, with a blue velveteen waistcoat with a double row of...

    • Bleak House

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Jo

    • Jo

    • Jo works as a crossing sweeper which was a person who would sweep a path ahead of people crossing dirty urban streets in exchange for a gratuity. Jo is the only mourner for Captain Hawdon and he later shows Lady Dedlock the graveyard where Captain...

    • Bleak House

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Kenge, Mr. "Conversation"

    • Kenge, Mr. "Conversation"

    • Mr. Kenge is a solicitor in the Kenge and Carboy law firm. He is Mr. Jarndyce's lawyer and arranged his adoption of Esther Summerson for him

    • Bleak House

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Snagsby, Mr.

    • Snagsby, Mr.

    • Mr. Snagsby is a timid man with a bossy wife. He works as a law-stationer in Cook's Court of Cursitor Street and employs Captain Hawdon (called Nemo to disguise his true identity) as a law-writer. He is also kind to the cross-sweeper boy named...

    • Bleak House

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Tulkinghorn, Mr.

    • Tulkinghorn, Mr.

    • Mr. Tulkinghorn is an attorney-at-law and solicitor of the High Court of Chancery. He is also a legal adviser to Sir Leicester Dedlock and discovers the facts about Lady Dedlock's scandalous past. He tells Lady Dedlock what he has learned and...

    • Bleak House

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Vholes, Mr.

    • Vholes, Mr.

    • Mr. Vholes is a legal adviser to Richard Carstone and ends up involving him in the Jarndyce and Jarndyce case and eventually turns him against Jarndyce

    • Bleak House

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Turveydrop, Mr.

    • Turveydrop, Mr.

    • Mr. Turveydrop owns a dancing academy and agrees to the marriage of his son Prince to Caddy

    • Bleak House

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Jo

    • Jo

    • Jo works as a crossing sweeper which was a person who would sweep a path ahead of people crossing dirty urban streets in exchange for a gratuity. Jo is the only mourner for Captain Hawdon and he later shows Lady Dedlock the graveyard where Captain...

    • Bleak House

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Tulkinghorn, Mr.

    • Tulkinghorn, Mr.

    • Mr. Tulkinghorn is an attorney-at-law and solicitor of the High Court of Chancery. He is also a legal advisor to Sir Leicester Dedlock and discovers the facts about Lady Dedlock's scandalous past. He tells Lady Dedlock what he has learned and...

    • Bleak House

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Jobling, Tony

    • Jobling, Tony

    • Tony Jobling is a law writer for Mr. Snagsby and a close friend of Guppy

    • Bleak House

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Vholes, Mr.

    • Vholes, Mr.

    • Mr. Vholes is a legal advisor to Richard Carstone and ends up involving him in the Jarndyce and Jarndyce case and eventually turns him against Jarndyce

    • Bleak House

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Chadband, the Reverend Mr.

    • Chadband, the Reverend Mr.

    • Reverend Mr. Chadband is a hypocritical clergyman of no particular denomination. He marries Mrs. Rachael who was Esther Summerson's nurse and becomes involved in a scheme, along with his wife and Bart Smallweed, to extort money from Sir Leicester...

    • Bleak House

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
    • Flite, Miss

    • Flite, Miss

    • Miss Flite is a slightly crazy old lady who regularly attends court of Chancery waiting to receive a favorable judgment for a case that may or may not exist

    • Bleak House

    • Bleak House was the ninth novel written by Charles Dickens. He worked on it from November 1851 to August 1853. It was originally published in 20 monthly installments between March 1852 and September 1853 and is considered to be one of his best...
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