23 DECEMBER 1843, Page 8

The Morning Herald gives prominent place to this paragraph "

from a correspondent "— " It is confidently stated that an intimation has been "conveyed to the Duc de Bordeaux, that holding of levees for the reception of an many persons, sub- jects of an allied Power, and his continued resilence in this country, are not agreeable to the British Government. This intimation, it is added, changed the plans of the Duke de Bordeaux, and his early departure from this country is anticipated."