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1. THE COURT. THE Queen is at Osborne. Her Majesty has held several Privy Council meetings there. Daring their stay at Osborne the Qaeen walked and rode out very frequently with Prince Christian, her Majesty s new son-in-law, and with the Princess his wife. We should here mention that the Princess Lwia of Hesse has been safely delivered of a princess. DIVINE service was performed on Sunday morning at Osborne by the Rev. George Protheroe, before her Majesty, Princess Louise, Prince Leopold, and Princess Beatrice. The Ladies and Gentlemen in Waiting were present. THEIR Royal Highnesses Princ8 and Princess Christian left Osborne on Saturday at half-past two o'clock, and embarked on board the Royal yacht, Victoria and Albert, attended by Lady Susan Melville, Count Rantzau, and Major-General Francis bey- PRINCESS LOUISE, attended by the Duchess of Rox- buxghe, accompanied their Royal Highnesses to the landiDg-place, and at three o'clock the yacht left for Cherbourg (where it arrived a quarter before nine), from whence Prince and Princess Christian intend proceeding to Paris, previous to making a tour of a few weeks in Switzerland. T, PRINCE and Princess Christian of Schleswig-Hol- stein were received at Cherbourg, on their arrival in the Royal yacht, by the French authorities with every mark of attention and respect. Their Royal High- nesses left Cherbourg for Paris on Sunday morning, and arrived in the afternoon. THE Qaeen continues to receive very favourable accounts of her Royal Highness Princess Louis of Hesse and the infant princess. THE Prince and Princess of Wales are residing at Marlborough-house. THE Prince of Wales, the Duke of Edinburgh, attended by their suite, went to Sheemess on Satur. day, and inspected the United States ship of war Miantonomoh. Their Royal Highnesses were after. wards entertained at luncheon by the officers of the ship. ° THE Prince and Prinoess of Wales, with the Lady and Gentleman in Waiting, attended Divine settee at the Chapel Royal, St. James a, on Sunday. The Communion Service was read by the Rev. C. Packe, and the Hon. and Rev. C. L. Courtenay. Anthem: "the heavens are telling," Haydn; sung by Masters Searle and Dyson, and Messrs Gumming and H. Whitehouse. Mr. Cooper presided at the organ. The sermon was preached by the Hon. and Rev. C. L. Courtenay. from St. Mark, chap. viii. verse 4. The Duke of Edinburgh and the Duchess of Cambridge also attended the service. HER MAJESTY'S absence from Windsor, with the ex- ception of one day in August, will extend to the latter end of October. THEIR Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales will go to Scotland about the 14th of August, and take up their residence at Abergeldie. Hia Royal Highness's visit to Scotland will be a week earlier than that of her Majesty. The Prince's visit in the High- lands ia for the purpose of grouse-shooting and deer- stalking.


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