Dined with Mr. Alexander Wilcox, with all the Delegates from N. York, and several
other Gentlemen.—This Evening General Lee came to my Lodgings and shewed me an Address
from the C[ongress] to the People of Canada which he had.1
1. It was not, however, until 21 Oct. that Congress resolved to prepare an address to
the people of Quebec, which was brought in by a committee (on which
did not serve) two days later, debated, and recommitted; a new draft was brought
in, read, debated, amended, and approved on 26 Oct., the last day of the session (JCC, 1:101, 103, 105–113).