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THE ROYAL VISIT TO GERMANY. At half-past two on Tuesday afternoon the Queen, accompanied by the junior members of the Royal. Family,, and attended by the ladies and gentlemen of the Court, crossed over from Osborne and landed at the Royal Clarence Victualling-yard, where they were received by the naval and military authorities of the port and garrison. The Royal party immediately afterwards left by special train -for Woolwich, where they arrived at five minutes past six, and were greeted with Royal salutes from the guns of the Fisgard flag- ship and a battery of artillery at the garrison. Her Majesty and suite were received by Commodore Danlop, flag officer of the port, Major-General Ward, commandant, and a staff of field officers. The pier and its approaches- presented a brilliant, appearance from the number of elegantly attired ladies of military and naval officers who were stationed on either side in double file, whilst every available spot commanding a. view of the Royal party, and even the roofs of the sheds and workshops, were crowded by the workmen employed at the establishments, and others, who testified their loyalty by repeated cheers. The bands of the Royal Artillery and Royal Marines were stationed at the pier-head, -and the pier itself was fitted up and decorated in a very handsome manner. Her Majesty, who was attired in deep mourning, appeared in good health and spirits. She was received on board the steamer Alberta by his Serene Highness Prince Leiningen, comtnaiider of the Royal steam yacht, with whom her Majesty shook hands in a cordial manner. Daring the embarkation the military bands performed the National Anthem, and the loyalty of the assembled multitude found vent in repeated cheering. Her 3fajosty having taken leave of Prince Arthur—-who, accompanied by Major Elphinstone, returned to Greenwich the Alberta steamed down the-river to Greenhithe; her Majesty then went on board the Royal yacht, and proceeded to the Nore, where the Royal squadron remained during the night, proceeding to Antwerp next morn- ing. Her Majesty, upon disembarking at Antwerp on Wednesday evening, was received with cheers by the English residents and a considerable number of the inhabitants of Antwerp, who had assembled on the quay. Her Majesty proceeded ito the railway terminus, and left by train for Lacken.

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