In "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" there is two times this phrase: "many good wishes to carry with you":
And the Winkies gave them three cheers and many good wishes to carry with them.
But he at once unlocked their spectacles, which he put back into the green box, and gave them many good wishes to carry with them.
I think is not a so common phrase to listen to. Googling for that it seems to be nowhere out of that book. Are there some regions where is used or other similar expressions? Of course I mean the second part 'to carry with you/him/them'