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[be Court, £ x THE QUEEN mid Princess Beatrice, attended by the ladies ,*i,nd gentlemen of the Court, will, it is expected, leave Balmoral about the middle of next month and re- turn to Windsor Trn: DCCHESS ov EDINBURGH on Monday gave birth to a still born child. Her highness progresses favour- ably. PRINCESS THYRA, the Duchess of Cumberland, was safely delivered of a daughter at half-past nine o'clock on Saturday morning. A MARRIAGE is arranged and will shortly take place, between Sigismund C. de Trafford, Esq., of Croston Hall, Lancashire, and Clementina Frances, fourth daughter of Sir Pyers Mostyn, Bart., and the Hon. Lady Mostyn, of Talacre. THE DUKE OF WESTMINSTER.—On Monday the Duke of Westminster, K.G., completed his 54th year, having been born at Eaton Hall, Chester, on Oct. 13, 1825. His Grace (Hugh Lupus Grosvenor) is the eldest surviving son of Richard, second Marquis of West- minster, K.G., by his marriage with Lady Elizabeth Mary, second daughter of George, first Duke of Suther- land, K.G. He succeeded his father, as third marquis, on October 31, UGn, and was created a duke just before Mr. Gladstone quitted office, in February, 1874. His grace represented Chester in Parliament, in the Liberal interest, from January, 1847, to November, 18G9.

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