The Minions of Midas
carried on their damnable work unhampered.
Epigram iii on Midas
of Larissa was otherwise attributed to Cleobulus of Lindus, one of the Seven Sages; the address to Glaucus (xi) is purely Hesiodic; xiii, according to MM.
in the fable, who from his insatiable wish had everything he touched turned into gold.
Then, as they could not feed upon gold and silver any more than old King Midas
could, they found it necessary to go in search of better sustenance.
It might be said of him, as of Midas
, in the fable, that whatever he touched with his finger immediately glistened, and grew yellow, and was changed at once into sterling metal, or, which suited him still better, into piles of coin.
Mr Merdle was immensely rich; a man of prodigious enterprise; a Midas
without the ears, who turned all he touched to gold.
"I dare say he's got good reason to cover his ears, like King Midas
," went on the priest, with a cheerful simplicity which somehow seemed rather flippant under the circumstances.
But they would have nothing to do with unhealthy and intemperate subjects, whose lives were of no use either to themselves or others; the art of medicine was not designed for their good, and though they were as rich as Midas
, the sons of Asclepius would have declined to attend them.
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