On Sunday, their Majesties. with the Duke of Gloucester, Prince George, and the royal suite attended divine service at the Palace Chapel. There was a grand dinner-party on Tuesday, in celebration of the birth-day of the Duke of Gloucester, who has attained his fifty- seventh year. The party in the evening was by far the largest that has met this season at the Palace. Among the company were the Mar- quis and Marchioness of Stafford, the Marchioness of Clanricarde, Lady and Miss Burdett, the Marchioness of Downshire, Colonel and Mrs. Grey., &c.
The return of the Court to St. James's Palace is positively fixed for the 22d of February. The Queen's drawing-rooms for the season are already announced: the days specified are-25th February ( Queen's birth-day), 21st of March, 18th April, 16th May, 28th May (King's birth-day), and 20th June.
The health of the Dutchess of Gloucester is improved.
Prince Talleyrand dined at the Palace on Monday last.