A fictitious character used by Trollope to tell several of his tales.
In Father Giles of Ballymoy, he was the guest at the inn who threw the village priest down the stairs, not knowing that he was occupying the priest’s room as a courtesy. I
n The O’Conors of Castle Conor he tells the story of the young man who lacked dancing pumps and forced the unwilling butler to exchange his run-down slippers for the hunting boots of the guest.
In Miss Ophelia Gledd, he the visiting Englishman to whom the American girl confides her fears that she would not he considered a “lady” in English society.