• One of Falstaff's hangers-on, a poor drink-sodden swaggerer.Falstaff calls him "the knight of the burning lamp" becausehis nose is so red and elsewhere says "I never see thy face but i thinkupon hell-fire". The character appears in both parts of Henry IV, Henry V, and The Merry Wives of Windsor. In Henry V he is hanged on the orders of the king (as Prince Hal, his former drinking crony) for robbing a church.