1. Fragmentary record of expenses, written on the last leaf of D/JA/28, during
's journey from Philadelphia to Lancaster via Trenton, Easton, Bethlehem, and Reading.
Congress sat in Lancaster for only one day, 27 Sept., adjourning on that day to meet
at York on the 30th, and was able to proceed with business on 1 Oct. (JCC, 8:755–756). Its place of meeting was the York co. courthouse (Robert Fortenbaugh,
The Nine Capitals of the United States, York, Penna., 1948, p. 39).
was at Lancaster by the 27th and at York by the 30th, where he stayed at the house
of Gen. Daniel Roberdeau, a Pennsylvania delegate (
, 9 Oct., Adams Papers).