|Henry Fielding. (17071754). The History of Tom Jones.|
|The Harvard Classics Shelf of Fiction. 1917.|
|List of Characters|
- SQUIRE ALLWORTHY, a benevolent gentleman of Somersetshire.
- BRIDGET ALLWORTHY, his sister; later wife of Capt. Blifil.
- TOM JONES, foundling.
- MRS. DEBORAH WILKINS, servant in Allworthys house.
- JENNY JONES, maid servant; later known as Mrs. Waters.
- DR. BLIFIL, an unsuccessful physician.
- CAPTAIN BLIFIL, his brother.
- BLIFIL, son of Captain and Mrs. Bridget Blifil.
- PARTRIDGE, schoolmaster; later called Little Benjamin.
- MRS. PARTRIDGE, his wife.
- GEORGE SEAGRIM, gamekeeper, commonly called Black George.
- ROGER THWACKUM, tutor to Master Jones and Master Blifil.
- THOMAS SQUARE, a parson.
- SQUIRE WESTERN.
- MISS SOPHIA WESTERN, his daughter.
- MRS. WESTERN, his sister.
- MOLLY SEAGRIM, daughter of Black George.
- MRS. SEAGRIM, her mother.
- MR. SUPPLE, a curate.
- MRS. HONOUR, maid to Sophia Western.
- A Lieutenant.
- ENSIGN NORTHERTON.
- ENSIGN ADDERLY.
- WHITFIELD and MRS. WHITFIELD, host and hostess of the Bell at Gloucester.
- DOWLING, an attorney of Salisbury.
- The Man of the Hill.
- The Landlord and Landlady at Upton.
- SUSAN, their maid.
- MR. FITZPATRICK
MR. MACLACHLAN Irish Gentlemen.
- MRS. FITZPATRICK, niece of Squire Western.
- An Irish Peer.
- LADY BELLASTON.
- A Puppet Showman.
- A Merry Andrew.
- GRACE, a chambermaid.
- The King of the Gypsies.
- MR. ANDERSON, an amateur highwayman.
- MRS. ETOFF, maid to Lady Bellaston.
- MRS. MILLER, a clergymans widow.
- NANCY and BETTY, her daughters.
- MR. J. NIGHTINGALE, her lodger.
- MR. NIGHTINGALE, his father.
- MR. NIGHTINGALE, his uncle.
- LORD FELLAMAR.