Definition of Bell founder
1. Noun. A person who casts metal bells.
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Literary usage of Bell founder
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1. The Irish Quarterly Review (1857)
"The bell founder and Other Poems, new edition. By Denis Florence M'Carthy. London : Bogue, 1857. ..."
2. Travels Through Germany: Containing Observations on Customs, Manners by Thomas Nugent (1768)
"... to fee a bell-founder melting down the? old metal found in the ... and the bell- founder, who was come from Berlin, ..."
3. Sussex Archaeological Collections Relating to the History and Antiquities of by Sussex Archaeological Society (1864)
"... from It for the hanging upp of ye Easter, 1622, to Easter, 1023. bell and ye little bell rope, 4 5 a It p11 to the Bell-founder for It for a bond for ..."
4. Proceedings by Cambridge Antiquarian Society (Cambridge, England) (1899)
"0 It for hanging the newe bell & mending the Rest of them ... 0 10 It Paide to thomas Noris the bell founder ... 6 14 It for twoe sutes of Cloathes to ..."