THE Covar.—The Duke of Cumberland completed his fifty-ninth year on
Saturday last, and his birth-day was celebrated in the usual manner.
Prince Frederick of Prussia arrived in London on Monday. His Royal Highness has been sojourning with the Duke of Cumberland dur- ing the week, and otherwise partaking of the hospitalities of several Members of the Royal Family. The Gazette of last night announces the King's Conge d'elire for the election of Dr. Monk as Bishop of Gloucester, that see being now vacant by the translation of the late Bishop to the see of Exeter.