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The Queen of the Netherlands.—Her Majesty arrived in London from the Hague, and proceeded to Claridge's Hotel. The Queen was attended by the Baroness van Pabst, the Baroness van Dedem, Count Randwiyck. and Baron IVeekh P.rlin. His Royal High- ness the Prince of Wales aud their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Brabant visited her Majesty at the hotel soon after her arrival Visit of Prince Napoleon to Dublin.-Ib is reported from Paris that an interview between the Emperor and Prince Napoleon has resulted in a recon- ciliation. It is further stated that the latter intends to pay a visit to the Dublin Exhibition, and to spend some days in surveying seme of the most attractive points of the scenery surrounding the Irish capital. Prince Napoleon visited Ireland some years ago, and there is a joke still in preservation there apropos of the visit. The story goes that the mayor of a certain Munster city, anxious to display his accomplishments before his fellow citizens, waited with a deputation on the Prince, and delivered an address of welcome in carefully-studied French. To his horror the Prince, replying in the most flueiit and idiomatic English, ex- pressed his great regret that ignorance ot tne Irish language prevented him from being able to appreciate the HO doubt flattering aud kindly sentiments which had just been expressed by the chief magistrate. For good health in the Family choose the purest and best Diet.—'The PEAKL CSEXOULE W very ntUnt to us, delicious, 'wholesome, arid economical; prized tor ttie Ihnnetr- table, Children, and Infants. Sold by Grocers, &c. J. FISON, IPSWICH, MARUFACTUEER. Agents, Hicks Brothers, E.C.

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