Tin King, attended by Sir George Seymour, paid a visit to the Eu'chess a Gloucester at Bagshot on Monday. He returned to St. James's Peltier in the evening. On Tuesday, his Majesty gave audiences to Sir Robert Peel (who had arrived in town from the Continent early the same morning), the Dube of Wellington, Sir C. Manners Sutton, Lord Hill, and Mr. Cutler Fergusson.
Lord Denman had an audience on Wednesday, and delivered to his Majesty the seals of office of the Chancellor of the Exchequer. A Privy Council was then held, attended by Sir Robert Peel, Lord Lyndhurst, the Duke of Wellington, Sir John Beckett, Lords Cowley, 111aryborough, and Ellenborough. Sir Robert Peel, was sworn into office as Chancellor of the Exchequer, and received the seals from the King.
His Majesty gave audiences on Thursday to Marquis Camden and the Earl of Mulgrave.
The Duke of Wellington and Sir Robert Peel had a very long audience of his Majesty yesterday.