THE Queen and Prince Albert attended divine service on Sunday in the private chapel of the Castle, and received the sacrament. On Tuesday, there was a slight return to the former gayteivs of the Court : the dinner-party was more numerous than usual ; and in the evening, the Queen, Prince Albert, and the royal guests, danced quadrilles and gallopades till after eleven o'clock, when the company separated. The same amusement was repeated on Wednesday. It has been arranged that the Court shall leave Windsor Castle this day for Buckingham Palace, to prepare for the opening of Parliament mm Tuesday.
The Queen holds a Privy Council at Buckingham Palace on Mon- day ; when the Speech on the opening of the session is to be in due form submitted for her Majesty's approval.
The Duke of Sussex bad a select party to dinner on Sunday, at his residence in Kensington Palace.
The Dutehess of Bent, attended by Lady Fanny Howard, arrived at her residence, Ingestre House, Belgrave Square, yesterday afternoon, from Windsor Castle, Prince George of Cambridge arrived in town on Thursday, from a visit to the Duke of Beaufort, at his seat at Badminton.
The Duke of Cambridge and Prince George, attended by Baron Knesebeck, went to Richmond Park yesterday morning, and spent the forenoon in shooting, and in the afternoon returned to Cambridge House.