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iii THE COURT. THE Queen, after leaving Windsor, paid a visit to the Duke of Roxburghe, at Floors Castle, en route to Bal- moral. HER MAJESTY, with the Royal family and suite, arrived at Ballater, near Edinburgh, at eight o'clock on the morning of the 26th of September. All the railway arrangements were admirably carried out. The Queen and Royal family were everywhere received with great enthusiasm. Her Majesty left at once for Balmoral, travelling the whole distance by road. HER MAJESTY was presented at Kelso with a beautiful bouquet by the juvenile daughter of James Tait, Esq., of Langrigg, baron baillie of Kelso. The Queen spoke a few very kind words to the little lady, who seemed highly delight d. THE Prince and Princess of Wales are in Germany. Her Royal Highness is still suffering much from the stiffness of her leg, and is not able to walk without assistance. It will, it is feared, be long ere her Royal Highness is completely convalescent, should the bath of Wiesbaden do even all that is hoped and is known to achieve in obstinate cases of this character. THE beautiful stone staircase in the north wing of Windsor Castle has just been completed, and workmen are now engaged in finishing the doorways leading from the passages to the entrance-hall. The stone coping of the north terrace of the Castle is undergoing con- siderable repair, and also that on the Chapel Royal of St. George.

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