GW at Philadelphia. Former Continental army officer Nicholas Fish wrote GW asking for an appointment to the office of Inspector for the District of N.Y. He would receive an appointment in 1793.
U.S. Attorney General Edmund Randolph wrote GW detailing arguments based on the Constitution both for and against the establishment of a Bank of the United States. Randolph enclosed a deep dissection of the legality and consequences of the Bill. His concluded that establishing the bank would not be constitutional.