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    William Henry Harrison Autograph Letter Signed to the Secretary of War A.L.S. "W.H. Harrison" as Chairman of the Senate Committee on Military Affairs , 1p., 7.75" x 9.75", "Senate Chamber", Dec. 22, 1825, to Secretary of War James Barbour regarding a resolution regarding unclaimed bounty lands. In full: "I have the honour to enclose you a Resolution of the Senate in relation to the unclaimed bounty lands due to the officers & soldiers of the Army of the Revolution & to request in behalf of the Committee on Military Affairs a Statement of the number & rank of the individuals who are still entitled to receive warranty for services in that army and any other facts which you may deem proper to communicate in relation to the subject together with your opinion as to the effects if the Publication contemplated by the Resolution. I have the Honor to be very respectfully sir yr Hum Svt W.H. Harrison". Excellent content and in near fine condition, tipped at left margin to a larger sheet. Accompanied by an engraving of Harrison.

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    April, 2007
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