12. Captn. Saunders went away after Dinner. A Lloyd from Pen[n]s[ylvani]a Came to Dinner & stayd all Night. Mr. Andw. Stewart also came to Dinr. & returnd.
This Lloyd may be John Lloyd (1751–1811), who was traveling through Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia at this time as a partner of his brother-in-law, Osgood Hanbury (1731–1804), of London (SAYERS description begins R. S. Sayers. Lloyds Bank in the History of English Banking. Oxford, England, 1957. description ends , 5–12, 348; Pa. Mag., 35:502–5, 249; GW to Osgood Hanbury & Co., 4 Aug. 1774, DLC:GW).