TEE history of the Court is nearly a blank this week : the usual walks and drives in the morning, and quiet dinners each evening, are almost all that is recorded of the daily occupations. The Queen gave an audience to the Attorney-General on Tuesday. Prince Albert hunted with his harriers, for the first time this season, on Wednesday, at Upton. The Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenbourg returned to Windsor, from Whitley Court, on Saturday. Sir Robert Peel left the Castle on Mon- day, for town, on his way to Drayton Manor. Sir Henry Wheatley has been a visiter at the Castle; and on Wednesday arrived Lieutenant- Colonel Malcolm.
The Dutchess of Gloucester left Woburn Abbey on Monday, for Whitley Court, on a visit to the Queen Dowager ; and on the same day her Majesty received Prince Alexander of the Netherlands, and M. Dedel, the Netherlands Minister, who had been staying on a visit to the Duke of Newcastle, at Alnwiek.
The Queen and Prince Albert intend to pay a visit to Cambridge University on Wednesday next ; when the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws will be conferred on the Prince. The Royal pair are to take up their abode at Trinity Lodge. On Thursday they proceed to Wim- pole, the seat of the Earl of Hardwicke, and sleep there; and on Friday they return to Windsor.