GW at Mount Vernon. According to his diary, GW stayed at home all day. Dr. William Rumney left after breakfast and George Diggs, who lived across the river at Warburton manor, left after dinner.
Jacob Gooding wrote GW a letter requesting money and support to build a mill on his land in Four Mile Run. James Scott, Jr., a captain of the Fauquier Independent Company, wrote a letter saying he would be unable to visit GW in person to offer him command of the company.