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THE COURT. II

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THE COURT. II ON Friday morning her Majesty the Qneen, with their Royal Highnesses the Crown Prince and Princess of Prussia, had made arrangements for leaving Windsor Castle on a visit to the metropolis. Orders were accord- ingly issued to the authorities of the Great Western Railway Company to prepare a special train for the conveyance of her Majesty at ten o'clock from Windsor to Paddicgton. The special reached Windsor shortly, and everything was made ready for the Royal journey, when one of the Court officials brought intelligence to the station that her Majesty would nor proceed to Lon- don. Her Majesty was suffering ixcm a severe cold, and consequently did not feel able to undertake the jourley. ON TUESDAY morning his Royal Highness the Crown Prince of Prussia reviewed "the 2nd battalion of Cold- stream Guards in Windsor Home Park.

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