(bĕl`vĭdēr'), city (1990 pop. 15,958), seat of Boone co., N Ill., on the Kishwaukee River; inc. 1847. It is a farm trade center. Manufactures include insulating parts, salon equipment, ice cream, and fabricated metal products.
I know it, sir; a young man, who still adheres to my fallen fortunes, passes a part of his time in a belvidere at the top of the house, in hopes of being the first to announce good news to me; he has informed me of the arrival of this ship.
Location is everything--and early Michigan settlers found that out the hard way when Mother Nature reclaimed her own and the promising town of Belvidere was swallowed up by the river that gave it life.
is headquartered in Beloit, Wisconsin and is the parent company of Blackhawk Bank, which operates eight banking centres in south central Wisconsin and north central Illinois, along the I-90 corridor from Belvidere, Illinois to Beloit, Wisconsin.