George Washington Papers

[Diary entry: 22 May 1770]

22. Reached Williamsburg to Breakfast & dined at the Club at Mrs. Campb[ells] and supped at the Raleigh.

GW lodged at Mrs. Campbell’s tavern for his stay in town. The House of Burgesses, which had convened the previous day as scheduled, dealt mostly with private bills during this session and transacted relatively “little business of a public nature” (GW to George W. Fairfax, 27 June 1770, IaDmSR).

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