25 APRIL 1857, Page 2

C42 Court.

THE QUEEN was pronounced convalescent on Monday, and the infant princess well : her Majesty's recovery was deemed so far advanced that no more bulletins would be issued. The Duchess of Kent and the Princess of Hohenlohe Langenburg, the Duchess of Cambridge and the Grand Duchess of Mecklenburg Strelitx, have visited her Majesty, the two former frequently.

Prince Albert and the youthful members of the Royal Family have taken their customary exercise out of doors. Yesterday they visited the Exhibitions of both the Water-Colour Societies, in Pall Mall.

The Duchess of Gloucester has been seriously ill, and has remained ever since Saturday in a state of great debility and exhaustion. Prince Albert and the other members of the Royal Family have made daily inquiries at Gloucester House. A bulletin issued yesterday morning stated that the Duchess had passed a quieter night, and had not been so much oppressed in her breathing.