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THE COURT. THEIR Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expected to visit the fine old baronial mansion of the Sackvilles on the 29th inst., when a large number of the leading nobility and gentry will be invited to meet the illustrious visitors. The expectation that the Prince and Princess of Wales would honour Not- tingham with a visit on the occasion of the meeting of the British Association in the town will not be grati- fied, as his Royal Highness has intimated he will be unable to comply with the invitation of the Town Council, owing to prior arrangements. IT is said at the Clubs that the Prince of Wales means to retain for himself-by the highest per- mission, of course-the old titles of the family Date of Kent, Dake of Clarence, and so forth. Hence her Majesty's second son had the title of Dake of Edin- burgh conferred upon him. j i. A SHORT time previous to her Majesty s departure for Scotland arrangements were made that Princess Louisa should go to Bagshot, to be under the charge of Sir James Clarke, during her Majesty s visit to Balmoral, but now her Royal Highness's health has Eunioientiv recovered from the effects of the whooping- cough, that Dr. Brown considered there would be no risk in allowing the Princess to accompany her AFTER the marriage of the Princess Mary of Gam- bi idge the Queen proceeded to Scotland, and the Court is now held at Balmoral. Her Majesty is in the enjoyment of good health, and takes her usual walks and drives in the vicinity of the castle. THE Prince and -Princess of Wales are residing at Marlborough. house. Their Royal Highnesses, accom- panied by his Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh, drove to Twickenham on Saturday, and visited their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess D Aumale at Orleans-house. THE Prince and Princess of Wales and the Dake of Edinburgh, with the Countess of blacclesfield, Lieut.. Colonel Keppel, and the Hon. E. Yorke m waiting, attended divine service at the Chapel Royal, St. James's, on Sunday. The commuBion service was read y the Rev. the Sub-dean,'the Rev. T. Helmore, and the Rev. H. M. Birch. Anthem, I will magnify thee" (Ouseley). Mr. Cooper presided at the organ. The sermon was preached by the Rev. H. M. Birch, from Job, chap. xiv. verse 10. Their Royal Highnesses the Duke of Cambridge, the Duchess of Cambridge, and the Grand Duchess of Mecklenburg-Strelitz attended the service.

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