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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
January 19, 1791 Appointment of Mr. Belli Henry Knox Joseph Howell Knox announces that Mr. Belli has been appointed to settle the accounts of the militia formed in the late expedition against the Wabash Indians.
March 20, 1794 Payment of $3000 for Nathaniel Shaw Major John Belli Samuel Hodgdon Belli has drawn on Hodgdon six bills in favor of Nathaniel Shaw of $500 each, which sum of $3000, after duly paid, should be charged to Belli's account for the use of the Quartermaster's Department.
March 14, 1794 Paying Employees & Buying Corn Major John Belli James O'Hara For the purpose of paying artificers and pack horsemen, and buying corn, Belli has drawn on Hodgdon $5000 in favor of O. Ormsbey, which amount will be charged to Belli's account.
November 7, 1793 $1050 for Mr. Norton Major John Belli Samuel Hodgdon By order of James O'Hara, Belli has drawn on Hodgdon the sum of $1050 for William Norton which, after payment, he will charge to the Quartermaster General.
November 25, 1793 $500 Drawn Major John Belli Samuel Hodgdon By order of James O'Hara, Quartermaster General, Belli has drawn $500 which, after payment, should be charged to the Quartermaster General.
May 6, 1794 Draft from Majors John Belli and Isaac Craig Samuel Hodgdon James O'Hara The Commissary of Military Stores as received another draft from Major John Belli for 1600 dollars. He also received drafts from Major Isaac Craig for 3174 dollars. Informs O'Hara, who is Quartermaster General, that he had stopped by his office earlier but he was out.
May 10, 1794 $5K for the Quartermaster's Department Major John Belli Samuel Hodgdon To provide for additional purchases Belli draws $5000 on Hodgdon which should be charged to his account for the Quartermaster's Department.
February 2, 1793 Requests Bills Drawn to John Belli John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon The Secretary of War requests action on bills drawn by John Belli. Requests that amounts be sent to apply for money from the Treasury Department.
January 22, 1794 $600 for John Symmes Major John Belli Samuel Hodgdon Belli has drawn $600 on Hodgdon payable to John Symmes which sum, after payment, will be charged to James O'Hara, Quartermaster General.
July 10, 1794 Money for the Quartermaster's Department Major John Belli Samuel Hodgdon Belli has drawn on Hodgdon $1300 for the use of the Quartermaster's Department.
November 15, 1793 $930 Drawn Major John Belli Samuel Hodgdon By order of James O'Hara, Quartermaster General, Belli has drawn $930 which, after payment, should be charged to the Quartermaster General.
September 30, 1791 Certificate of Protection Henry Knox Major John Belli Secured safe transport for Belli down Ohio River to Kentucky.
January 19, 1793 Receipt of payments and closing of accounts Henry Knox James O'Hara Secretary Knox informs the Quartermaster Genreal that he has received the appropriate payments. Advises him to close accounts for past year. Encloses letter from John Belli.
November 24, 1793 $1099.33 Drawn Major John Belli Samuel Hodgdon By order of James O'Hara, Quartermaster General, Belli has drawn on Hodgdon the sum of $1099.33 for Mr. Wilkins which, after payment, will be charged to the Quartermaster General.
February 3, 1791 Request to examine account of Lt John Belli of Kentucky Militia John Stagg Joseph Howell Stagg conveys Secretary of War request to examine account of Lieutenant John Belli paymaster of Kentucky Militia. He served in late expedition against Miami towns. Must rolls of militia must be filed in pay office before warrant granted to Belli.
February 1, 1793 Seeks to Reconcile Records in Different Quarters James O'Hara Henry Knox Refers to expenses of John Belli and communications with General Wilkinson. Seeks to make sure records are in the proper quarter.
December 21, 1794 Money Drawn on O'Hara's Account Major John Belli Samuel Hodgdon Belli has drawn on the account of John O'Hara $300 for Mr. Shaw and $250 for Mr. Grayson which, after payment, will be charged to O'Hara's account.
April 12, 1793 Letters of advice of money drawn by John Belli, Deputy Quarter Master, to Secretary of War John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Encloses letters of advice on money drawn by John Belli, Deputy Quarter Master General, to Secretary of War.
February 16, 1793 Disorderly process of drawing for money Henry Knox James O'Hara Secretary Knox is upset that John Belli continues to draw money. This disorderly practice must be discontinued. The money must pass through O'Hara, the Quartermaster General.
April 13, 1793 Requisitions for money and expenditures Samuel Hodgdon James O'Hara The Commissary of Military Stores writes the Quartermaster General regarding requisitions for money and expenditures. As a result of John Belli's mode of transactions, he expects an alteration in the mode of doing business in future.
July 5, 1794 Instructions from the Quartermaster General James O'Hara Samuel Hodgdon Quartermaster General O'Hara provides Hodgdon with a series of tasks that should be accomplished and updates him on the progress of the war with the Indians.
March 6, 1794 O'Hara's Account James O'Hara Samuel Hodgdon [Partly illegible] The amount incurred, exclusive of Major Craig's demands and the credit given to Mr. Belli for the sum of $12,000, was ordered in a separate account, explained in O'Hara's earlier letter.
March 9, 1793 Refers to Stores at Fort Washington James O'Hara Henry Knox Refers to Mr. Belli's stores at Fort Washington and the accounts forwarded to the Treasury. Discusses his expectations for stores at Fort Washington.
January 19, 1793 Receipt of payments and closing of accounts Henry Knox James O'Hara Knox acknowledges receipt of abstract of accounts and orders O'Hara to close accounts for the year. Encloses letter from Mr. Belli.
February 9, 1793 Lack of punctual settlements of accounts Henry Knox James O'Hara Secretary Knox asks the Quartermaster General for more punctual settlement of accounts. Notes that nothing will excite more dissatisfaction and uneasiness than a protracted settlement. Mentions that for John Belli to draw money, it must pass through O'Hara.