20 JULY 1844, Page 10

The King of Saxony visited York on Tuesday, and passed

the night there. Next morning, he breakfasted with the Dean ; inspected the Cathedral and other objects of interest ; and departed for Leeds in the coarse of Wednesday afternoon. It appears that his Majesty made.. very short stay at Leeds ; for he reached Liverpool on the night et the same day ; and on Thursday forenoon be set out for Lancaster, to proceed to Scotland, by way of the English Lakes. The 2d of August: is named for the King's departure from Edinburgh, for the Continent, by the Lightning steamer, whiob it ordered tq Proceed tq Greaten Pier-