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Mr. Octavius Robinson
An attractive young man with the disposition of a poet. He is in love with Miss Ann Whitefield, but graciously concedes when he loses her.
Miss Violet Robinson
The sister of Octavius. She is a self-possessed young lady who is able to face the sharpest criticism with complete composure. She is pregnant and shockingly reveals that she is secretly wedded to a mysterious husband.
Mr. Enry Straker
John Tannerís chauffeur. Enry is the epitome of the "New Man," one who takes pride in belonging to the labor class. He is also very sharp and is able to sense Ann Whitefieldís covert intention of pursuing marriage to John Tanner.
Annís mother. She knows her daughterís faults well and benevolently criticizes her to others.
Roebuck Ramsdenís sister. She is a spinster with very rigid moral views.
A wealthy American. He is Violet Robinsonís mysterious husband. He conceals his identity because his father will disinherit him for marrying Violet.
The chief robber in a marauding group of pirates. He is philosophical and polite, even when kidnapping and robbing. He is in love with the chauffeurís sister.
Hectorís father. He is a wealthy snob who wants his son to marry a titled girl. In the end, he is won over by Violetís shrewd manipulations and by his own pride.