133. Thais, the famous courtesan of Athens. Terence, The Eunuch,
Act III, Sc. I:--
"Thraso. Did Tha, is really return me many thanks?
"Gnatho. Exceeding thanks.
"Thraso. Was she delighted, say you?
"Gnatho. Not so much, indeed, at the present itself, as because
it was given by you; really, in right earnest, she does exult at
136. "The filthiness of some passages," exclaims Landor,
Pentameron,p. 15, "would disgrace the drunkenest horse-dealer;
and the names of such criminals are recorded by the poet, as
would be forgotten by the hangman in six months."