GW at Philadelphia. He received rent from his tenant Benjamin Dulany for the year 1790. GW requested to meet with Thomas Jefferson at nine o’clock that evening about the location for the new federal capital.
Va. Gov. Beverley Randolph sent GW several enclosures from the Va. State Legislature concerning a system of defense for the western frontier counties, protests against Alexander Hamilton’s financial programs, and rewarding bounty lands.
N.C. politician John Steele wrote detailing resentment in the General Assembly of N.C. against the Federal government and the Constitution. Steele recommended making public office holders take an oath of loyalty to the United States government.