Nydia frowned, and then smiled; she withdrew for a few moments, and returned with the cup containing the beverage.
From these enamoured reveries, Glaucus was interrupted by the entrance of Nydia.
One of the slaves placed a stool by Julia, and Nydia seated herself.
When Glaucus arrived at his own house that evening, Nydia was waiting for him.
What would not Nydia have given then to have seen the first dawn of the imagined love!
But, for a third time, Nydia was the means of frustrating the plans of Arbaces.
Nydia, as the reader will have seen, was born of gentle parents.
Here at once, suddenly and unexpectedly, the very opportunity that Nydia awaited presented itself.
When the lovers awoke, their first thought was of each other—their next of Nydia!
Accordingly, this new Nydia of Thessaly went out with her basket one day, awoke next morning, and found herself famous.