Tin QUEEN is no longer at Osborne. Her Majesty embarked on board the Fairy at ten o'clock on Wednesday morning, and, amid the salutes of the men-of-war at Spithead and the land-battery, steamed over to the Cla- rence Yard. Thence, escorted by a guard of honour, she drove to the railway station, and returned to Windsor by tho South-western and Great Western Railway. The Duchess of Kent dined with the Queen on Thursday.
Lord Derby arrived at Osborne on Friday, and returned to town on Saturday. The Earl of Aberdeen waited on her Majesty, at Osborne, on Saturday, and returned to town on Monday. On Wednesday he again attended the Queen, shortly after her arrival at Windsor.