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May mirth exalt the feast.
May the polished heart make amends for a rough

countenance. May might never overcome right. Champagne to our real friends, and real pain to our

sham friends. A fig for care. The pleasures of imagination realized. Envy in an air-pump without a passage to breathe

through. When we watch in a calm, may we be always prepa

red for a storm. Church and Queen. Charms to strike the sight, and merit to win the heart. A Venus born from Ocean's bed- Britannia. May British virtue shine when every other light is out. The jolly sportsman that enters the covert without

being bit by the fox. The fox's brush over the thatched tavern. Artless love, and disinterested friendship. Here's to the mouth that can keep a secret. May our friends always possess the three H's---Health,

Honour, and Happiness. Harmony all over the world. May the journey through life be as sweet as it is short. May we never be stranded on Cuckold's Point. Friendship in marble, animosity in dust. May we always be bomb-proof against villany. May the streams of rapture meet each other, and seize

life in the middle current. Our absent friends. Caledonia ; may it ever be the abode of freedom, and

the birth-place of heroes. In the voyage of life, may content be our cabin pas

senger. All tails but tell-tales. Emulation in virtuous breasts. Here's life dainty dressed with the sweet sauce of

kisses,

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IN Durah, may we live all the Ward never wear a red coat, nor the hypocrite a black one. The complaisant door that opens before you knock. The man that feels for sorrows not his own. The beginning and end of love. May paper-credit never lend to corruption wings to

soar. May we always detest the malice of those who attempt

to disunite the interest of our Queen and country,

which should be ever inseparable. Laurel water to the enemies of the constitution. May our trade and manufactories be unrestrained by

the fetters of monopoly. May the laws never be misconstrued. May Britons never have a tyrant to oppose. May Britons never invade the rights of others. A strong cord and a long cord to those who make

discord. May the hospitable hearts of the Sons of Blunder ne

ver be seduced from their attachment to the con

stitution. Greenwich Hospital, and health to its supporters. May the adjective Victorious, be ever joined to the

substantive Britain. Every soldier his right, and every deserter a halter.

Commerce universally extended,
And blood-stained

ined war for ever ended. May French principles never corrupt English man

ners. May our commanders have the eye of a Hawke, and

the heart of a Wolfe. An elevated situation to the knave.

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exalt the feast. A hornp ished heart make amends for a rough

friend. May our frie overcome right.

terrors. real friends, and real pain to our May friendship bei

the sun that ripens in A pot and a whiff, and a goou- verme As sensibility is the child of nature, breatt be

cherished. Gratitude to remember, and sense to forget. May the folly of those who ape the manners of the

great be always held up to ridicule. May we always do unto others as we would they should

do unto us. The Glorious Revolution, which placed a William on

the Throne--and when his successors hazard another Revolution, may they be its first and only victims. A lasting cement to all contending powers. Brunswick's glory, and may it last till the end of time. Friendship in a palace, and falsehood in a dungeon. Gratitude to our friends, and grace to our foes. Gratitude to preserve our friends, and good behaviour

to procure new ones. Home pleasant, and our friends at home. In friendship and love may we never know vexation. May the son of our friend live to be a better man than

his father. A good horse, a warm house, a snug estate, and agree

able wife, to every one that deserves them. Every thing of fortune but her instability. Conscious innocence, and constant independence. Fortune to the brave, and contentment to honesty.

END OF THE TOASTS.

INDEX.

SONGS.

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19

PAGR.
A BEGGAR I am, of low degree ( comic)...
Adieu, my native land, adieu! .......
A song to the Oak, the brave old Oak .
All in the garden of beauty there grows ..
Away with melancholy ......
Away, a way to the mountain's brow ...
Adieu! adied !--my native shore ......
A hermit that dwells in these solitudes cross'd me .... 84
All in the Downs the fieet was moor'd.......
A very little man, very how came you so' ( comic) ..
At the peaceful midnight hour .....

.... 114
A glass is good, and a lass is good .....

.... 127
And has she then fail'd in her truth.................

.... 133
An old man would be wooing....................... 135
A tale I tell now without any flam ( comic) .........

139
And did you ne'er hear of a jolly young waterman ....

148
As pensive Chloe walk'd alone ..... ................ 161
A landlady of France, she lov'd an officer, &c. ( comic) 177
A traveller stopped at a widow's gate ( comic)........ 180
A blessing unknown to ambition and pride .....

195
A curious tale I now will disclose ( comic ).....
A clod-hopping country clown ( comic) ...... .... 234
A famous man was Robin Hood ............

251
And are you sure the news is true?......

259
At the dead of the night, when by whiskey, &c. (comic) 264
And has she discharged the sweet youth (comic)...... 273
Adoo and farewell to this wile smoky town (comic) ... 278
Alas! the battle's lost and won ........

287
A song I'll sing,-a reg'lar joker (comic)

289
Ah why did I gather this delicate flower ...... 296

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A weary lot is thine, fair maid ..
A belle and beau would walking go (comic) ...
As Kate and I down in the glade ........
At the Baron of Mowbray's gate was seen ...,
A bumper of good liquor.........
And ye shall walk in silk attire .....
Again the balmy zephyr blows .....
Amid the myrtles as I walk
Anna, thy charms my bosom fires......

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Behold the Britannia ! how stately and brave
Behold how brightly breaks the morning ....
Be mine, dear maid; my faithful heart ......
Begone, dull care, I pry'thee begone from me ....
By the gaily circling glass ....
Believe me, if all those endearing young charms ...... 101
Bound 'prentice to a waterman, I learn'd a bit to row 109
Bright are the beams of the morning sky ....
By the margin of fair Zurich's waters ....
Bright Chanticleer proclaims the dawn ....

158
Britannia's name from age to age ........

.... 170
Britannia, musing o'er the deed...........

172
Buy a broom! buy a broom!..........
Bold Robin Hood was a forester good....

223
Beloved of my soul, though this moment is bringing .. 263
Blow gentle gales, and on your wing .....

263
Bid me discourse, I will enchant thine ear....

318
Brisk wine and lovely women are .......

382
By silver streams and tuneful groves

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196

Cease your funning ...........
Come now all ye social powers ....
Care, thou canker of our joys......
Child of earth with golden hair .......
Come where the aspens quiver .......
Come, arouse thee, arouse thee, my brave Swiss boy .. 104
Come landlord, fill a flowing bowl.......

132
Cease, rude Boreas, blust'ring railer...

182
Contented I sit with my pint and my pipe...

193
Come listen to a whimmy chant ( comic)

201
Canst thou love me, Mary ......

238
Come love, I pray don't say nay .....

276
Can you to the battle march away....
Cherry ripe, ripe, I cry ...........

995
Cease, cease; those sighs I cannot bear ..

302

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