19 JANUARY 1833, Page 10

The employment of so many persons in putting Claremont in

order, has given rise to various conjectures. By some it is considered as likely that Leopold and his bride will visit this country in the Spring; kr others that his Belgian Majesty looks to it as a place *of permanent xetteat from the thankless honours of an uneasy crown. The more general and more probable opinion is, that the place is about to be- come the residence of the Dutchess of Kent and her distinguished tlaughter.—Sun.