AGAIN there is little to record at Court; though Windsor Castle has been enlivened by a more numerous influx of visitors, most of whom have staid some days. The list comprises Count Dictrichstein, the Austrian Ambas- sador, and his Countess, Mr. Barnard, Chargé d'Affaires at Coburg, the Earl of Aberdeen, the Earl of Liverpool, the Earl and Countess Delawarr and Lady Mary West, Viscount Melbourne, Lord and Lady Beauvale, Captain Meynell, Mr. Patrick Fraser Tytler, Lord and Lady Cottenham, and Mr. E W. Gladstone.
While staying at the Castle, on Tuesday, the Count and Countess Die- trichstein visited the Dutchess of Kent at Fro6onore.
As usual, the Queen and Prince Albert have been asssiduous in exercise— walking, driving, and riding in the Riding-school ; and the Prince has handled his gun occasionally.
On Tuesday, the Prince gave audience to Mr. Bentley, the Treasurer of St. Thomas's Hospital, and a deputation ; who presented a green staff to his Royal Highness, on his becoming a Governor of the foundation. Visits have passed between the Duke and Dutchess of Cambridge, the Hereditary Grand Duke and Grand Dutchess of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, the Dutchess of Gloucester, and Prince Edward of Saxe Weimar.