I've come across another one - Constable Horatio Cobb in Dan Gutteridge's Turncoat series. He's a policeman in 1830s Toronto, and while we haven't been told exactly how big he is, here's a quote: "You could always try bein' a policeman," Cobb suggested. (This to a friend looking to do something after leaving the British Army.) "I haven't got the stomach for it." (This is the friend replying.) Cobb glanced down at the wheel of flesh that circumnavigated his middle and was kept sturdy by a steady feeding of warm beer and pub grub. "I can't see you bustin' heads and manhandlin' drunks,..... We are told that Constable Cobb is bigger than his wife, and his wife Dora is described "...as round and pink-fleshed as nearly three hundred pounds can accomplish."