Sir Robert Peel arrived at Frankfort on the 18th instant,
lie was an his read to Munich.
Lord and Lady Lyndhurst are now at Versailles. Lord Howick, Mr. Ellice, and Mr. Poulett Thomson, are on a visit to Lord Durham at Latebton Castle.
Lord Melbourne will give his first Cabinet dinner on Wednesday next, at his house in South Street.
It is said that Mr. Shaw Lefevre will propose, and Mr. Strutt second the reelection of Mr. Abercromby to the Speakership. No opposition is now talked of.
We hear that it is the Duke of Devonshire's intention to commence his parties in London much earlier in the season than usual; probably before Christmas. —Post.
Mr. Macaulay will shortly return to England, having resigned his Indian appointment. The Marquis of Saldanha arrived at Falmouth, from Lisbon, on Sunday. Count Buthyany and his noble friends have given up horsing the Tsglioni Windsor coach. The fourteen beautiful bays belonging to the Count are advertised for sale.