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Gilmore, Harry

The Squire of Bullhampton, a warm friend of the Vicar and his wife, and an unsuccessful suitor of Mary Lowther.

"...a man somewhat over thirty ... who had done fairly well at Harrow and at Oxford ... a man with a good heart, and a pure mind, generous, desirous of being just, somewhat sparing of that which is his own, never desirous of that which is another's. He is good-looking, though, perhaps, somewhat ordinary in appearance; tall, strong, with dark-brown hair, and dark-brown whiskers, with small, quick grey eyes, and teeth which are almost too white and too perfect for a man" - The Vicar of Bullhampton.