THE King gave an audience on Tuesday to Lord Melbourne, who ar- rived at the Palace from London about two o'clock. His Lordship was closeted for several hours with the King; and did not leave Brighton for town till seven.
Their Majesties have seen a good deal of company during the last few days. Among the guests at the Palace, we notice the names of the Marquis of Bristol, Lord Fitzgerald, General Gascoigne, Colonel Darner, Earl of Beverley, and a long list of naval and military officers. The King and Queen are expected to arrive at St. James's Palace this afternoon ; baying left Brighton for the season. The Queen's Birth-day will be celebrated on Wednesday; on which occasion her Majesty will bold a Drawing-room.