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Mrs Belfort (or Belfont) appeared as one of the followers of Ceres in The Rape of Proserpine at Covent Garden on 20 October 1760; she danced in the several winter performances of the work up to 12 January 1761 when she was replaced by Miss Daw. Belguard. See BELLGUARD. Belingham. See BELLINGHAM. Bell, Mr [fl. 17501751], singer, actor? A Mr Bell sang, with Hemskirk, Mrs Yates, and Mrs Hooper, at "a Concert of Vocal and Instrumental Music" at Sadler's Wells on 22 April 1751. This Bell was heard no more in London; but there is a chance that he was the Bell who joined the Hallam company in New York to make his American debut on 17 September 1753 at the Nassau Street Theatre as Sir John Bevil in The Conscious Lovers.

In consequence of her three years of experience at Dublin, George Anne was now accounted as "one of the most rising actresses in the three kingdoms," especially in tragedy. "by which audiences and critics of her time came to call her: The Maid, in Action just, in Judgment strong, Exacts our Wonder, and inspires our Song; From slavish Rules, mechanic Forms, unty'd, She soars, with sacred Nature for her Guide. Each magic Charm, lamented Oldfield knew, Inchanting Bellamy! revives in you. Returning to England in the fall of 1748, Miss Bellamy engaged with Rich at Covent Garden, where she made her first appearance in three years on 22 October, as Belvidera in Venice Preserv'd.

But the Edinburgh Bell died in Scotland in 1815 and was buried in Coupar-Angus churchyard. ] [fl. 1730], dancer. One Bellam was the second Ethiopian in a Dance of Six Ethiopians given at Lincoln's Inn Fields Theatre on 24 April 1730. Bellamy, Mr. See DIGGES, WEST DUDLEY. Bellamy, Mr [fl. 1761], singer. A Mr Bellamy was paid 5s. on 13 November 1761 for singing in the chorus of The Coronation at Covent Garden. Perhaps he was Richard Bellamy. Bellamy, Mrs, later Mrs Walter, née Seal d. 1771, actress.

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