Here the American plan evolved. As before Dearborn was ordered to land to join with Wilkinson and rather than send units from York to safety, it was decided to use them for a raid at Ogdenburg. Hopefully the evil badger-brock would be caught facing the mighty Dearborn at York and with his retreat cut off. Hopefully ...
Unfortunately part of this plan failed as despite another naval win, but the American fleet fell back and Dearborn decided he'd rather rest in a hammock than get his feet wet
Abandoned, Wilkinson was badly beaten by Brock
(in later histories, this terrible defeat became known as the Battle of Fortking Hell)
In the west, Detroit proved to be not that well held and vulnerable to a siege, especially as the US lake fleet could cut its supply sources if needed. To reinforce the scattered battalions, a single additional unit was sent up from its rest at New Orleans ... its not as if it would ever be useful in that location in any case.
 - we'll see a lot of this in the next few turns. In effect my army has become incredibly fragile as I've failed to get a decent flow of reinforcements over the last 2 winters.