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[ New York, October 2, 1800. On October 11, 1800, Cabot wrote to H : “Your letter of the 2d did not reach me until last evening.” Letter not found. ]
[ New York, August 1, 1800. On August 10, 1800, Cabot wrote to Hamilton : “Your letter of the 1st. did not reach me until last evening.” Letter not found. ]
I received yesterday your favour of June the 9 with its inclousure, as well as a former Letter, which I felt too much dissapointed to replie to. I have read the sermon with much pleasure and satisfaction. the Paralell drawn between the Jewish Nation, previous to & during the administration of Nehemiah is striking indeed and our own situation at this time as portraid by the ingenious pen of mr...
(Private & confidential) The enclosed letters (which after reading, be so good as to return to me) will be the best appology I can offer for the liberty I am about to take & for the trouble, if you comply with my request—it must necessarily give. To express all the sensibility wch has been excited in my breast by the receipt of young Fayettes letter—from the recollection of his fathers merits,...
Your obliging favour of the 17 of Jan’ ry reachd me a few days sine the polite and Friendly manner in which You communicate Your inttentions call for my acknowledgment. our Legislators never having considerd our Sex sufficiently dangerous to enact a salique Law or perhaps entertaining too good an opinions of us to suppose we would encroach upon their establishd perogatives have left us to the...
When I had the pleasure of visiting you in the Summer you may recollect Some conversation which too place respecting a young Gentleman whom You was pleasd to say you wishd to see engaged in writing upon a certain subject as You thought many circumstances concured to render him the most suitable person. at that Time he declined. But an opportunity has since offerd to discuss a subject, by which...
[ Philadelphia, August 25, 1791. On September 6, 1791, Cabot wrote to Hamilton : “Being absent from home when your letter of the 25th ultimo arrived, it has been out of my power to answer the enqueries it contains until this day’s post.” Letter not found. ] Cabot, a wealthy merchant from Beverly, Massachusetts, had been elected United States Senator in June, 1791.
[On board the Ceres, off Scilly Isles, 24 July 1784 . Entry in SJL reads: “Do. [24. Ceres. off Scilly] Cabot. Have delivered his Don Quixote to Mr. Tracy.” Not found, and Cabot has not been identified. In Nov. 1804 John Quincy Adams had dinner with TJ and afterward made the following entry in his diary: “As to Spanish, it was so easy that he had learned it, with the help of a Don Quixote lent...
I deliver to Mr. Tracy to be returned to you the copy of Don Quixot which you were so obliging as to lend me: for which I return you many thanks. The winds have been so propitious as to let me get through one volume only: yet this has so far done away the difficulties of the language as that I shall be able to pursue it on shore with pleasure. I have found it a very advantageous disposal of...