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THE COURT. HER MAJESTY remains at Osborne, with the younger members of her family, occasionally having a minister of state or a clergyman to dinner. The Prince Chris- tian is there still. It is positively fixed that her Majesty will open the new Parliament in person, re- turning to Osborne the day after the event. THE Prince and Princess of Wales, who have been paying a visit to the Duke of Sutherland's seat at Trentham, in Staffordshire, their expected visit to tne potteries was deferred. Their Royal Highness attended Divine service at the parish church on day, when, as might be supposed, aaea ieft was filled to overflowing. Their Royal High Trentham for Sandringham on Monday. f, WE understand that, sometime daring tbe month of March, his Royal Highness the Prmce of will visit Belvoir Castle, the residence of the Duke of Rutland, where great preparations are to be made for ^DUKING^several days of ^*eek, some E°ya,1 Engineers were engaged Windsor, by command of the Queen, in correcting the survey made in 1841 for her Majesty. A large detachment of the Royal Engineers will shortly arrive at Windsor to survey the Great-park, observations having already been made from the Bound-tower of Windsor Castle for their guidance- A survey of the six surrounding parishes of Windsor is also to be taken by the Royal Engineers. THE greatest precaution has been observed by Mr. Tait at the Queen's Royal Dairy Farm, in the Home- park at Windsor, and the Prince Consort's Model Farm, adjoining the Great-park, known as Shaw Farm, against the introduction of the cattle plague, which up to this time has been successful, no symptomof this dire com- plaint having presented itself on the Royal farms, not- withstanding the serious loss of cattle among the farmers and gentry of the neighbourhood of Windsor. On Friday all the cattle on the two Royal farms, up- wards of two hundred, were vaccinated.

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