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C.N. Douglas, comp.  Forty Thousand Quotations: Prose and Poetical.  1917.
 
Toasts (To Wives)
 
  The greatest blessing heaven can send—a good wife.      1
        A good wife and health
Are a man’s best wealth.
  2
  May those who enter the rosy paths of matrimony never meet with thorns.      3
  May all single men be married, and all married men be happy.      4
  Here’s to woman. Before marriage a queen. After marriage—a subject.      5
        Here’s to our sweethearts and our wives;
May our sweethearts soon become our wives,
And our wives ever remain our sweethearts.
  6
 
 
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