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Belvoir Castle

/ ˈbiːvə /

noun

  1. a castle in Leicestershire, near Grantham (in Lincolnshire): seat of the Dukes of Rutland; rebuilt by James Wyatt in 1816


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George Crabbe and his bride settled down in their apartments at Belvoir Castle, but difficulties soon arose.

The Regent set out on his journey to Belvoir Castle, having, of course, to do the distance in his travelling carriage.

The last general repairs of Belvoir Castle are stated to have cost the noble owner upwards of 60,000£.

There are also several contemporary miniatures, one, in particular, at Belvoir Castle.

If there was such a family, was it in any way connected with any of the early proprietors of Belvoir Castle?

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