GW at Philadelphia. Brown and Francis wrote GW from Providence, R.I. requesting his aid in recovering their company’s property. Treasury Department clerk Andrew G. Fraunces wrote GW from Philadelphia requesting a principal clerkship in the department, which he was not later granted. Joseph Phillips, Sr. wrote GW from Maidenhead, N. J. offering his services as an engineer in the planned expedition against the Indians. He would not receive an appointment.
GW sent Thomas Jefferson an enclosure related to establishing new boundaries with the British. Jefferson sent GW a letter with the balance of the account from which GW paid citizens serving United States interests abroad. Jefferson also sent GW a report that covered the basis for a potential treaty with Spain, with suggestions including boundary lines, navigation of the Mississippi, duties and tariffs, admissions to ports, and so on. GW submitted this report to the Senate the same day.