GW at Mount Vernon and Alexandria, Va. He traveled to Alexandria to meet with the Fairfax County Independent Company. William Hepburn, who owned a ropewalk, traveled back to Mount Vernon with him, where Mr. Lloyd of Pa. was waiting.
The Prince William Independent Company and the Spotsylvania Independent Company both wrote GW assuring him that they would march to Williamsburg to liberate the gunpowder stolen from the colonists by Va. Gov. Lord Dunmore.