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A cup to the dead already, - Hurrah for the next that dies. (Quote by - Dowling Bartholomew)

St. Leon raised his kindling eye, And lifts the sparkling cup on high; "I drink to one," he said, "Whose image never may depart, Deep graven on this grateful heart, Till memory be dead." . . . . St. Leon paused, as if he would Not breathe her name in careless mood Thus lightly to another; Then bent his noble head, as though To give the word the reverence due, And gently said, "My mother!" (Quote by - Sir Walter Scott)

Here's to old Adam's crystal ale, Clear sparkling and divine, Fair H2O, long may you flow, We think your health in wine. (Quote by - Oliver Herford)

Here's to the town of New Haven, The home of the truth and the light, Where God speaks to Jones, In the very same tones, That he uses with Hadley and Dwight. (Quote by - Frederick Scheetz Jones)

Some hae meat, and canna eat, And some wad eat that want it; But we hae meat, and we can eat, And sae the Lord be thankit. (Quote by - James Drummond Burns)

First pledge our Queen this solemn night, Then drink to England, every guest; That man's the best Cosmopolite Who knows his native country best. (Quote by - Lord Alfred Tennyson)

Here's to the red of it, There's not a thread of it, No, not a shred of it, In all the spread of it, From foot to head, Not heroes bled for it, Faced steel and lead for it, Precious blood shed for it, Bathing in red. (Quote by - John Daly)

I come from good old Boston, The home of the bean and the cod, Where Cabots speak only to Lowells, And the Lowells speak only to God. (Quote by - Samuel Clarke Bushnell)

To the old, long life and treasure; To the young, all health and pleasure. (Quote by - Ben Jonson)

Drink to me with thine eyes alone; or if thou wilt, having put it to thy lips, fill the cup with kisses, and so give it me. (Quote by - Philostratus)

May the hinges of friendship never rust, or the wings of luve lose a feather. (Quote by - Dean Edward Bannerman Ramsey)

Dowling Drink to me only with thine eyes, And I will pledge with mine; Or leave a kiss but in the cup, And I'll not look for wine. (Quote by - Ben Jonson)

Our federal Union: it must be preserved. (Quote by - Andrew Jackson)

Here's a sigh to those who love me And a smile to those who hate; And whatever sky's above me, Here's a heart for every fate. (Quote by - Lord Byron)

I'll drink a cup to Scotland yet, Wi' a' the honours three. (Quote by - Henry Scott Riddell)

A glass is good, and a lass is good, And a pipe to smoke in cold weather; The world is good and the people are good, And we're all good fellows together. (Quote by - John O'Keeffe)

Here is a toast that I want to give To a fellow I'll never know; To the fellow who's going to take my place When it's time for me to go. (Quote by - Louis E. Thayer)

Here's a health to you and yours who have done such things for us and ours. And when we and ours have it in our powers to do for you and yours what you and yours have done for us and ours, Then we and ours will do for you and yours what you and yours have done for us and ours. (Quote by - Old Saying)

L'Abbe de Ville proposed a toast, His master, as the rising Sun: Reisbach then gave the Empress Queen, As the bright moon and much praise won. The Earl of Stair, whose turn next came, Gave for his toast his own King Will, As Joshua the sun of Nun, Who made both Sun and Moon stand still. (Quote by - Lord Stair)

May your glass be ever full May the roof over your head be always strong, And may you be in heaven Half an hour before the devil knows you're dead. (Quote by - Old Irish Saying)

Waes-hael! for Lord and Dame! O! merry be their Dole; Drink-hael! in Jesu's name, And fill the tawny bowl. (Quote by - King Arthur)

And he that will this health deny, Down among the dead men let him lie. (Quote by - John Dyer)

But the standing toast that pleased me most Was, "The wind that blows, the ship that goes, And the lass that loves a sailor!" (Quote by - Charles Dibdin)

A health to the nut-brown lass, With the hazel eyes: let it pass. . . . . As much to the lively grey 'Tis as good i' th' night as day: . . . . She's a savour to the glass, And excuse to make it pass. (Quote by - Sir John Suckling)

You to the left and I to the right, For the ways of men must sever-- And it may be for a day and a night, And it well may be forever. But whether we meet or whether we part, (For our ways are past our knowing) A pledge from the heart to its fellow heart, On the ways we all are going! Here's luck! For we know not where we are going. (Quote by - Richard Hovey)


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