THE Queen and Prince Albert, with their children, enjoy good health at Osborne House; in comparative privacy, however, for they receive "no ad- ditions " to their daily circle.
The bulletins of the Queen Dowager's health continue of the same hopeless tone; restless nights, oppression and pain, and increasing feebleness, being the terms which recur with sad monotony in the daily notifications. Yester- day's bulletin was as follows-
" The Priory, Nov. .30.
"The Queen Dowager has passed an extremely restless night, and her Majesty shows symptoms of increased weakness this morning.
"DAVID DAVIES, M.D."
The other members of the Royal Family enjoy their usual health, at their residences near London and Windsor.