1903 The Complete Buffet Guide or How to Mix All Kinds of Drinks by V.B. Lewis

Toasts and A fter Dinner Speeches


May we always have a head to earn and a heart to spend.

May we never crack a joke or break a reputation.

May the devil cut the toes of all our foes, that we may know them by their limping.

May foreign fashions never corrupt American man– ners.

Here's to Love, the only fire against which there is no insurance.

Our Country-May there be no North, no South no East, no West, but only one broad, beautiful united, glorious land.

Where's the coward who would not dare to fight for such a land-Our Country?

. Here's to the health of everybody, lest somebody should feel himself slighted.

May we either say nothing of the absent, or speak of them like a friend.

The first duty of bachelors-:To ring the city belles.

May good fortune follow you all your days (and never catch up with you).

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