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Tim COURT. THE Court iit still at 03borne. The Prince and Princess of Wales and the Dake of Edinburgh have paid a. visit to the Queen. The Princa and Princess Christian have left Paris. Prince Teck and Princess Mary of Cambridge have arrived at Vienna. The Prince, aa an otileerin the Austrian army, offered to go into active service, but the Era per or, under the circumstances, gave unlimited leave of absence. THE Princess of Wa'03 and Princess of Loiningen dined with her Majesty on Sunday. DIVINE Service was performed on Sunday morning at Osborne, before the Queen and their Royal Highnesses the Duke of Edinburgh, Princess Louise, Prince Leo- pold, and Princess Beatrice. The Dean of West- minster officiated. PREPARATIONS are ordered to be made at Windsor -Castle for her Majesty and the Royal Family's recep- tion by Monday, the 20th of August, ib being the Queen's intention to sleep there one night previous to leaving for Scotland, where the Court will reside for two months. THE Prince and Princess of Wales will go to Scot- land a week earlier than her Majesty. 0 ORDERS hava been received at Frosrroore to pre- pare the Lodge for the reception of Prince Chris- tian and Princess Helena, who may be expeutfid there in the course of a. fortnight. The alterations include the converting of a smoking-room looking on to the lawn into a dressing-room for the Prince and the embellishment of the dining-room, drawing-room, and other apartments. ON Monday afternoon their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales and the Duke of Edin- burgh, accompanied by their suite, left Oaboroe.house tor Portsmouth, en ronte to Goodwood, on a visit to his Grace the Duke of Richmond. A state carriage, elegantly fitted and sur-mounted by the Prince of Walea's feathers, was in readiness for the Royal party, and the approach to the platform was carpeted. It having eeoome known that their Royal Highnesses were expected, a number of persona assembled at the station to witness the arrival and departure of their Royal Highnesses. Shortly after five Ð'clock the Prince and Princess of Wales arrived at the station in an open carriage, followed by their attendants and servants in another carriage. The Prince of Wales conducted the Princess to a seat, and the train started, about ten minutes after the arrival of the Royal party, amidst loud cheers. The company assembled to greet the Princes and Princess was at first very respectable, comprising the mayor and some of the leading inhabitants, but, unfortunately, a somewhat disorderly addition to the original party made themselves more free than wel- come. Monday was one of Cosham fair days, and trains ran to the station of the last-named village from a contiguous platform. No sooner did it become known that the Prince and Princess of Wales were expected than there was a. great rush, and just after their Royal Highnesses had seated themselves mere than one blow was exchanged. A female attacked a gentleman, and a man desirous of coming forward, being prevented, assaulted a medical gentleman on the plat- form, while a female accompaning the man slapped the doctor's face. A rush ensued, and the screams of a child brought the Princess of Wales to the carriage window. Order being:partially restored, the carriage moved on a dozen yards, affording to another party an opportunity of staring into the Royal carriage in a manner by no means decorous. The arrangements made, under the direction of Mr. White, the superin- tendent of Portsmouth station, who received their Royal Highnesses, were efficiently carried out; and there was a party of police on duty, under the direc- tion of Mr. Superintendent Barber. Their Royal Highnesses arrived in safety at the Chichester-station, and drove from thence to Goodwood.



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