To Jonathan Cass, 24 May 1800
Camp Scotch Plains May 24th. 1800.
You will without delay proceed with the Officers under your command to Harpers Ferry, there to take the Orders of Major Genl. Pinckney and to prosecute the recruiting service for the four Regiments of the Old Establishment.
The Pay Master General has been desired to furnish money for the purpose—Lieut Wilson had best call upon him to take charge of it
No time is to be lost
With consideration, I am, Sir, Your obedt Sert.
(Copy, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).