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The Court. THE QUEEN still remains at Osborne. Prince Leopold joined Her Majesty on Satur- day. THE COURT CIRCULAR says the Prince of Wales and party of ten guns, on Tuesday week, at Hamilton Palace, shot over 1202 head of game. ACCORDING TO A telegram from the Hague, a marriage between the Prince of Orange and the Princess Beatrice of England is in contemplation. Sm EnwARD CrsT was buried at Belton Churchyard, Grantham, on Saturday. The Queen was represented at the funeral by Sir Francis Seymour. Mn AND 3.1ns W. COHNWALLIS WEST, have arrived in London. They were among the guests of Lord Carlingfordand Frances Countess Walde- grave, at dinner on Friday week. A CAIUNET COUNCIL, attended by all the Min- isters, was held on Monday. Lord Derby, whose health was sufficiently restored to enable him to be present, afterwards transacted business at the Foreign Office. Another Cabinet Council was held on Tuesday, and a third on Wednesday. THE PIIINCI: OF WALES, on Tuesday, unveiled a statue of his illustrious father, the late Prince Consort, in theFitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. The ceremony, which was witnessed by a dis- tinguished assemblage, was preceded by the pre- sentation of an address to the Prince, read by the Chancellor of the University, bearing testi- mony to the solicitude and kindly attention the Prince Consort, during a Chancellorship of near- ly fifteen years, had bestowed on the in- terests of the University, and alluding to | the signal benefits he conferred on the Queen and the country by his wise and farseeing counsels. The Prince of Wales, in acknowledging the ad- dress, expressed the pleasure it gave him to re- visit the University at which he was an under- graduate. The statue having been uncovered, several speeches were made, and the Prince after- wards held a Icrtr. i ââ

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