GW in Philadelphia for the Second Continental Congress. GW had dinner at the City Tavern. He spent the evening at Dr. William Shippen’s.
GW wrote a letter to the Fairfax County Committee. In the letter, he noted that he could not divulge much of what was happening at the Second Continental Congress due to their vow of secrecy. He also urged the committee to choose another representative for the county in case a Convention of the Va. Delegates should be called.