|PRESIDENT VON WALTEER, Prime Minister in the Court of a German Prince.|
|FERDINAND, his son; a Major in the Army; in low with Louisa Miller.|
|BARON VON KALB, Court Marshal (or Chamberlain).|
|WORM, Private Secretary to the President.|
|MILLER, the Town Musician, and Teacher of Music.|
|MRS. MILLER, his wife.|
|LOUISA, the daughter of Miller, in love with Ferdinand.|
|LADY MILFORD, the Prince's Mistress.|
|SOPHY, attendant on Lady Milford.|
|An old Valet in the service of the Prince.|
|Officers, Attendants, &c.|
MILLER (walking quickly up and down the room). Once for all! The affair is becoming serious. My daughter and the baron will soon be the town-talk--my house lose its character --the president will get wind of it, and--the short and long of the matter is, I'll show the younker the door.
MRS. MILL. You did not entice him to your house--did not thrust your daughter upon him!
MILL. Didn't entice him to my house--didn't thrust the girl upon him! Who'll believe me?--I was master of my own house. I ought to have taken more care of my daughter I should have bundled the major out at once, or have gone straight to his excellency, his papa, and disclosed all.--The