Dramatis Personæ

DE GARD, a noble stayed Gentleman, that, being newly lighted from his Travels, assists his Sister Oriana, in her Chase of Mirabel the Wild-Goose.
LA CASTRE, the indulgent Father to Mirabel.
MIRABEL, the Wild-Goose, a travelled Monsieur, and great defier of all Ladies in the way of Marriage, otherwise their much loose Servant, at last caught by the despised Oriana.
PINAC, his Fellow-Traveller, of a lively spirit, and Servant to the no less sprightly Lillia-Bianca.
BELLEUR, Companion to both, of a stout blunt humour, in Love with Rosalura.
NANTOLET, Father to Rosalura and Lillia-Bianca.
LUGIER, the rough and confident Tutor to the Ladies, and chief engine to entrap the Wild-Goose.
 
ORIANA, the fair betrothed of Mirabel, and witty follower of the Chase.
ROSALURA,
LILLIA-BIANCA,
the airy daughters
of Nantolet.
 
PETELLA, their Waiting-Woman.
MARIANA, an English Courtesan.
A Young Man disguised as a Factor.
Page, Servants, Singing-Boy,
Two Merchants, Priest, Four Women.

Scene: Paris