Duke of Devonshire evicts farmer whose family have worked on his estate since 1830 – because rent was a day late

Duke of Devonshire evicts farmer whose family have worked on his estate since 1830 – because rent was a day lateEdward and Elizabeth Hill served with 'notice to quit' Chatsworth House Parkinson's sufferer Mr Hill, 63, forgot to pay 2,000 in overdue rentHe immediately paid up after being served with the noticeBut the couple's tenancy was terminated by the estate anyway By Chris Brooke PUBLISHED: 22:47 GMT, 21 March 2013 | UPDATED: 22:48 GMT, 21 March 2013 Letter: The Duke of Devonshire has evicted a farmer from his Chatsworth House estate because the rent was a day late For almost two centuries his family has run a farm on the Duke of Devonshire’s famous Chatsworth estate.

Black chalk drawing by Raphael sells for 29.7m after sparking 17-minute bidding war at auction

Black chalk drawing by Raphael sells for 29.7m after sparking 17-minute bidding war at auctionRaphael drawing sells for record price as world's biggest art collectors fought to buy itThe piece was part of a collection at the Duke of Devonshire’s Chatsworth House It helped Raphael prepare to paint Transfiguration, a world-renowned work of art | UPDATED: 19:06 GMT, 6 December 2012 A drawing by Italian artist Raphael has fetched a record 29 million at auction – more than twice the original estimate. The black chalk piece, called Head Of A Young Apostle, became the most expensive work on paper after it sold for almost three times its estimated price at auction, auction house Sotheby’s said. It had been part of a collection at the Duke of Devonshire’s Chatsworth House stately home in Derbyshire since the 1700s