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I courted her for seven years,
Will you come? &c.
1 arrived on that shore,
Will you come ! &c.
Oh I lived so merrily,
Oh! now 'tis sad to say farewell
In the roads of Alabama.
Will you come? &e
Happy are we, Niggar's so gay
De nights when we went Coon hunting,
O carry me back to Old Virginny,
Nigga's description of Shakspeare,
Daniel Tucker's wedding,
The new roads of Alabama,
De oak I'se sawed,
TOASTS AND SENTIMENTS.
MERIT to gain a heart, and sense to keep t Money to him that has spirit to use it. More friends and less need of them. May those who deceive us, be always de ceived.
May the sword of justice be swayed by the hand of mercy.
May the brow of the brave never want a wreath of laurel.
May we be slaves to nothing but our duty, and friends to nothing but real merit.
May he that turns his back on his friend, fall into the hands of his enemy.
May honour be the commander when love takes the field.
May reason guide the helm, when passion blows the gale.
May those who would enslave, become slaves themselves.
May genius and merit never want a friend. May the road of happiness be lighted by virtue.
May life last as long as it is worth wearing. May we never murmur without a cause, and never have a cause to murmur.
May the eye that drops for the misfortunes of others, never shed a tear for its own.
May the lovers of the fair sex never want means to support and spirit to defend them.
May the tear of misery be dried by the hand of commiseration.
May the voyage of life end in the haven of happiness.
Provision to the unprovided.
Peace and honest friendship with all nations; entangling alliances with none.
Riches to the generous, and power to the merciful.
Short shoes and long corns to the enemies of freedom.
Success to the lover, and joy to the beloved. The life we love, with whom we love. The friend we love, and the woman we dare trust.
The union of two fond hearts.
The lovers of honor, and honorable lovers.
The virtuous fair, and the fair virtuous. Th road to honor through the plains of virtue.
The hero of Saratoga-may his memory animate the breast of every American.
The American's triumvirate, love, honor, and liberty..
The memory of WASHINGTON.
May the example of the new world regen. erate the old.
Wit without virulence, wine without ex cess, and wisdom without affectation.
What charms, arms, and disarms.
Your love for mine, and ours for that of the company.
May we never want a friend to cheer us, and a bottle to cheer him.
Champaign to our real friends, and real pain to our sham friends.
May our evening diversions bear our morning reflections.
May we never, by overleaping the bounds of prudence, trespass upon the bounty of friendship.
May those who fall by misfortune be lifted up by the hand of friendship.
May friendship draw the cork, and love the curtain.
As we travel through life, may we live well on the road.
May every honest man turn out a rogue. May poverty always be a day's march behind us.
May we be happy, and our enemies know it May those we love be honest, and the land we live in free.
May honesty never be ashamed of an un fasnionable garment.
May fortune fill the lap where charity guides the hand.
All we wish and all we want.
Ability to serve a friend, and honor to conceal it.
Absalom's end to the fomenters of public mischief.
Constancy in love, and sincerity in friend.
Great men honest, and honest men great.