GW travelling from Wilmington, Del., to Warwick, Md., to Chester, Md. GW, in his diary, noted that his group planned to embark by boat from Rockhall, Md. in the morning. One of his horses became lame with an apparently “painful disorder,” and GW’s riding horse refused to eat.
Tobias Lear wrote to GW indicating that he had forwarded GW’s letter to George Clendenin, who had been helping GW with his land holdings on the Kanawha River.