1 page, 4to, 238 x 196mm (9.3/8 x 7¾in.), integral address leaf with autograph panel. HARRISON PREPARES FOR THE DETROIT CAMPAIGN. Instructions from the commander on the Northwest frontier during the War of 1812: "Enclosed is an order for one of the companies you mention to have arrived at McCarthers Block House to proceed to Fort Findlay & to elect store houses...As all the [supplies] is intended to be taken from thence by water, you will be pleased in order to facilitate the making of perogues & boats to take it down, to offer a fixed price for each perogue or boat of a given size & push the building them as much as possible as it will take a considerable number as the whole of the supplies now at Upper Sandusky are intended to be sent to Fort Findlay." Despite his supply difficulties and the problems of the swampy terrain, Harrsison was able, following Perry's victory on Lake Erie, to retake Detroit from the British. " /> HARRISON, William Henry, <I>President</I>. Autograph letter signed ("Willm Henry Harrison") to Hugh Glenn, Miami Rapids, [Ohio], 1 March 1813. <I>1 page, 4to, 238 x 196mm (9.3/8 x 7¾in.), integral address leaf with autograph panel</I>. HARRISON PREPARES FOR THE DETROIT CAMPAIGN. Instructions from the commander on the Northwest frontier during the War of 1812: "Enclosed is an order for one of the companies you mention to have arrived at McCarthers Block House to proceed to Fort Findlay & to elect store houses...As all the [supplies] is intended to be taken from thence by water, you will be pleased in order to facilitate the making of perogues & boats to take it down, to offer a fixed price for each perogue or boat of a given size & push the building them as much as possible as it will take a considerable number as the whole of the supplies now at Upper Sandusky are intended to be sent to Fort Findlay." Despite his supply difficulties and the problems of the swampy terrain, Harrsison was able, following Perry's victory on Lake Erie, to retake Detroit from the British. | Christie's