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T. Maccius Plautus, Pseudolus, or The Cheat (ed. Henry Thomas Riley), act 1, scene 1 (search)
DORUS Alas! PSEUDOLUS Alas! do you say? Well, don't be sparing of them, i' faith; I'll give you plenty. CALIDORUS I'm distracted. I nowhere can find any money to borrow. PSEUDOLUS Alas! CALIDORUS Nor is there a single coin in the house. PSEUDOLUS Alas! CALIDORUS He's going to carry the damsel away to-morrow. PSEUDOLUS Alas! CALIDORUS Is it in that fashion that you help me? PSEUDOLUS I give you that which I have; for I've a perpetual supply of those treasuresSupply of those treasures: Of "Ehen!" "Alas!" or "Oh dear me" This he repeats so frequently, because his master has reproached him for not weeping in sympathy with him for the calamities of Phœnicium, in my house. CALIDORUS It's all over with me this very day. But can you now lend me one drachma, which I'll pay you back to-morrow PSEUDOLUS I' faith, I hardly think I could, even though I should pawn myself for it. But what do you want to do with this drachma? CALIDORUS I want to purchase a halter for myself. PSEUDOLUS For what