14 JANUARY 1843, Page 2

gbe court. NOTHING has occurred to disturb the quiet of

the Court at Claremont. The Queen walks out when the weather permits; and Prince Albert has varied his days with the amusement of shooting.

The Princess Royal was not sent forward to Claremont from Wind- sor, before the Queen and Prince, but accompanied her parents in their own carriage, without any nurse or attendant whatever. Sir James Clark paid a professional visit to the Prince of Wales, at Windsor Castle, on Thursday, and remained an hour : his Royal High- ness suffers from the painful effects of teething, but is otherwise in good health. The Dutchess of Kent has visited her grandson daily. The Dutchess of Cambridge and Princess Augusta visited the Dutchess of Gloucester, at Gloucester House, on Saturday, and returned to Kew. The Duke visited her Royal Highness on Thursday. The Queen has made a donation to King's College Hospital of 50/. ; Prince Albert has promised 50 guineas ; and the Queen Dowager, in addition to other repeated contributions, has within the last few days given 501.