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Barnard is the servant, or perhaps companion, in whose company Miss Wintertowne walks around Brunswick-square after the latter's restoration to life.

Barnard seems to be a woman of an anxiously maternal disposition, for she interposes when Miss Wintertowne wishes to go out of sight of her mother's house: "I wanted to go further but Barnard would not let me. Barnard was in a great flutter and worry lest I should faint away in the road."[9]