Plan for the disposition of the four Regiments of the permanent Establishment as the result of communications with General Wilkinson and the Commander in Chief
One Regiment to be stationed partly in the State of Tennessee and partly in proper positions for the protection of the Frontier of Georgia, not extending farther Westward then the Apalachicole River. This Regiment to be attached to the command of General Pinckney. The part in Tenessee to be by him instructed in any great and sudden emergency to cooperate with General Wilkinson.
The other three Regiments to be under the immediate command of General Wilkinson and to be stationed as follows viz
The reserve-force consisting of A Regiment and a batalion of Infantry two troops of horse and a half Company of Artillerists to be stationed at some point, from Cincinnati to the Rapids of the Ohio inclusively.
It is further contemplated that Two Regiments of Infantry a batalion of Riflemen and a Regiment of Cavalry of the Eventual army15 be organized in Tennessee Kentucke the North and South Western Territory.
14. ADf, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress.