23 JANUARY 1841, Page 10

Little else is talked of in the beau monde but

the splendour by which the christening of the Princess Royal is to be attended, and the assem- Wage of illustrious guests who are to assist, or will be present, at the ceremony. We hear from good authority that the Chapel Royal, in which on that day twelvemonth the marriage of the royal parents was celebrated, is selected, as the most appropriate place for the performance of the rite by which their first-born is to be formally admitted within the pale of the church.— Globe.