28 JUNE 1845, Page 9

This day is the anniversary of the Queen's coronation; and

it has been observed with the usual demonstrations of loyalty. The Queen was to have reviewed troops in Hyde Park; but, on account of the heavy rain, the show was put off until some day next week, probably Monday.

According to a statement given by the papers as " from a correspondent"— Parliament will be prorogued by the end of July or early in August. The Queen and Prince Albert will then leave England for Gotha, to visit the Prince's family ; -there they will meet the Datchess of Kent; and there, on the 26th August, Prince Albert's birthday will be celebrated.

The Duke of Hamilton is confined to his house in Portman Square, from the effects of an accident: his horse stumbled in Hyde Park, on Thursday afternoon, Fell, and rolled over the rider.

Sir William Follett appears to be sinking rapidly. Yesterday he became un- conscious, and so remained last night. The sacrament was administered to him yesterday, by the Dean of Westminster.