GW at Philadelphia. He donated ten pounds for winter seasonal relief efforts.
Maj. Joseph Anderson wrote humbly asking for a settlement of his public account as paymaster in the former Continental army. Congress would later settle the accounts. John Francis Gaullier, a Frenchman who had served in the Continental army, also wrote GW wretchedly begging that his debts, totaling seventy pounds, be delayed for one year.
John Kilby Smith wrote GW a letter asking to be appointed Inspector of the Militia in the state of Mass. and district of Maine.