r DON PEDRO.—The ex Emperor arrived at the Clarendon on
Sunday evening ; he travels ander the title of the Duke of Braganea. His ap- pearance at Omit we have noticed. He was present at the ball at Almacks on Wednesday night, and of course excited no inconsiderable interest. • THE Delta las NVELLINGTON.—His Grace's health, it is said, has of late been by no means satisfactory to his medical attendants, who have pressed. open his Grace the propriety of a more generous diet than his habits have accustomed him to. PREPARATIONS FOR THE Lama BALL—Yesterday evening, a fashionable company attended at Drury Lane Theatre, to view the preparations which have been making for some time posh previous to his Majesty's grand ball. The Royal box and ante- room are splendidly decorated with crimson. The front of the box is embellished with yellow silk and red cloth, the bottom exhibiting the lion and unicorn, with the Rival Arms, while the top presents the de- vices W. IV., a Crown, and A. R. ; the whole ornamented with slim- laurel leaves. The pit is covered with boards, and forms, with the sta.ge, a floor of unusual dimensions. The boxes are also decorated with crim- son, and furnished with chairs profusely gilt. In the centre of the upper tier is presented the likenesses of their Majesties, encircled by a splendil star, supported by national flags. Among those present at the inspect were the Earl of Munster, Lords Castlereagh and Lennox, Marquis of Cleveland, Lady Ferguson, and various other ladies of distinction.
Mr. NEELD.—A Morning Paper states that Lady Caroline Neeld has commenced proceedings in the Consistory Court against Mr. Neeld, for restitution of _conjugal rights, and that a citation has been served Lama Mr. Neeld, at Colston's Hotel.
MR. G. CALCRAM—This gentleman's Divorce Bill is again before Parliament.
Wars AND 31ga/cf.—The surplus in the Exchequer on the 5th of January-1831 was 93,561/. 17s. 02c/.