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THE COURT. THE QUEEN and other members of the Royal Family continue to make excursions around Rheinhardtsbrunn. The Prince of Wales and Prince Arthur visited on Thurs- day the Wartburg and the neighbouring rocky valleys. A great meeting of deputies from various German choral societies is now being held at Coburg. On Monday last, during the stay of one of them at Rosenaa, they sent the following telegram to her Majesty at Rheinhardts- brunn :— The deputies of the German choral societies were assembled on Friday in the birthplace of his Royal Highness the revered Prince Consort, Duke Albert. In Melancholy remembrance, and with the deepest respect, we have certified this event by a unanimous solemn cheer (feicrlicken Hock) for the welfare of your Majesty. That this announcement may be graciously received prays the president of the -congress. Dr. EijBEsr, of Stuttgardt. (Countersigned) Dr. O. Mu'FFLIER." As the deputies were assembled in the afternoon, the telegraph brought them. the following reply:— "Her Majesty the 'Queen returns her deeply-felt thanks to the deputies of the German choral societies now assembled at Coburg for the friendly telegram just received from them. C. RULANB." ON Thursday week the Queen received the melancholy intelligence of the death of her Majesty's aunt, the Duchess Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg and G'otha, mother to King Ferdinand of Portugal, the late Duchess of Nemours, and the Princes Augastus and Leopold of Saxe- Coburg. On Friday week his Royal HighhfSB the Prince of Wales, attended hv Lieutenant-General Knollys and Lieutenant-Colonel Keppel, left Sheinharcltsbrurm for Dresden. His 'lEoval Highness then paid a private visit to tbe King of-Baxony atPilinti. His Royal Highness returned to Rheinhardtsbrunn on Monday. Her Majesty has taken her usu«S drives and walks in the neighbour- hood of the Castle with the different members of the Royal Family.—Bivine service was performed at Rhein- hardfcabrunn on Sunday week by Ober-Hof-Prediger, Dr. Schwartz. The service was attended by her Majesty the Qaeen, their Roval Highnesses the Crown Prince and Princess of Prussia, the Duchess of Saxe-Coburg and Go the, Princess ILouis of Hesse, Princess Helena, and Princess Louisa.. The ladies and gentlemen of the house- hold were also present.—Earl Granville has succeeded Earl Russell as Minister in attendance upon her Majesty. Court. Journal. PBS-HOE". CIIKISBEAN' of DFINMATT, TSRITH the -.PRINOAAC and their daughter the Princess Alexandra, have re- turned from Belgium and Germany, and are now,passing some days at Paaker, in the Duchy of Altona, one of the sesits of the Landgrave William of Hesse, who is tbeirinear relative,; but it is expected they will-shortly proceed to Copenhagen, where the people are most anxious to have an opportunity of expressing their satis- faction at the high destiny which awaits their favourite Princess. THE Duke of Cambridge, it is said, will be the future Ranger of Greenwich Park, vacant by the death of Earl Canning. Prince Arthur is to reside at the Ranger's house, which is being fitted up for his Royal Highness.

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