GW at Philadelphia. GW paid his dentist John Greenwood twenty dollars for the repair of his false teeth. GW also wrote a letter to Alexander Hamilton soliciting his opinion on the constitutionality of the projected establishment of a Bank of the United States. He noted that Thomas Jefferson and Attorney General Edmund Randolph thought it unconstitutional.
Diplomat David Humphreys wrote GW detailing the deteriorating conditions in Spain, describing its wasteful economy and poor government, which granted the people few rights.
Charleston attorney Jacob Read and Va. notary public Samuel Davies wrote GW asking for federal positions, but neither would later receive an appointment.