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GRAND CORRIDOR. Architectural character
GREEN ROOM. Poussin's Sacraments
ELIZABETH SALOON. Gorgeous style of the decorations-Statue
of the late Duchess-Painted ceiling, cabinets, portraits of the
Duke and Duchess by Sanders-Casket-Miniatures in enamel,
oil, and water colours, by Liotard, Cooper, Zincke, Petitot,
STAUNTON TOWER. A portion of the Castle of considerable tra-
STEWARD'S ROOM. Solidity of the architecture of this portion
PLATE PANTRY, KITCHEN, ALE CELLARS, AND LAMP ROOMS
THE DEMESNE. Critical remarks on the former style of garden
decorations-Evelyn, Bacon, Milton, Addison, Pope-Artist
gardeners, Bridgeman, Kent, Wright, Brown, Sir W. Cham-
bers, Price, Repton-Character of the Belvoir scenery-Duke's
walk, flower gardens, statues, wilderness, the dairy, garden
gate, &c.-Stables, Inn, site of Priory
MAUSOLEUM. Site and architectural character-Sculptured re-
Nottingham Charlton, Castle 29, and of Apsley, Lord-Lieut. of co. Salop, Nottinghamshire esquire. 30 Elizabeth, obt. February 24, 1588, sepult. at Bottesford.
Sir Francis Manners, K. B. March 24, 1603, sixth Earl of Rutland, 1612, Lord-Lieut. of Lincolnshire, Justice of the Forests north of the Trent, 1612, K.G. 1616, He procured a special patent July 12, 1616, to use the title of Lord Roos, of Hamlake, to him and the heirs male of his body, possessors of the lands of Hamlake, William Cecil, his cousin, then enjoying one title of Roos, obt. December 17, 1632, at Bishop's Stortford, co. Herts, sepult. at Bottesford.
Manners, third son.
II. Cecily,dau. of Sir John of Tufton, Hothfield, in Kent, bart., relict of Sir Edward Hungerford, obt. September 1653, sepult. in Westminster Abbey.
Elizabeth, ux. of Sir
Sir George Manners,seventh Earl, &c. 1632, married Frances, dau. of Sir Edward Carey, of Aldenham, co. Herts, knt., relict of Ralph Baesh, of Stanstead, co. esquire, Herts, obt. in London, March 29, 1641, sepult. at Bottesford, S. P.
Sir Oliver Manners, fourth son, obt. S. P.
Sir George Manners, of Haddon, knighted at Belvoir, April 23, 1603, obt. April 24, 1623, æt. 54, sepult. at Bakewell.
Tyrwhit, of Kettleby, co. Lincoln, esquire, obt. 1604.
==Grace, eldest dau. of Sir Henry Pier pont, of Hurst Pierpoint, co. Nottingham, knt., and sister to Robert Earl of Kingston, married 36 Elizabeth, obt. 1650.
John Manners, obt. July 15, 1590, æt. 14, sepult. at Bakewell.
Sir Roger Manners, of Whitwell, co. Derby, knt., obt. 1650, cœlebs, sepult. at Whitwell.
Grace, only dau., ux. of Francis Sir Fortescue, of Salden, co. Bucks, K.B.
Bridget, ux. of
John Robert Manners, esquire, succeeded his cousin George, as eighth Earl
December 30, 1609, obt.
Eleanor, ux. of Lord Rock
coln's Inn Chapel, S. P.
Castleton, of Ireland.
Mary, obt. unmarried,
Catherine, dau. and heir, ux. of George, Duke of Buckingham; secondly, of Randolph Macdonald, Earl of Antrim, obt. S. P.