7 APRIL 1832, Page 5

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Earl Grey went down to Windsor on Saturday, and returned on Monday. "Whether the visit was one of courtesy or of official duty, the Court chronicler does not say ; but he is careful to inform us that a Council was held before the noble Premier set out, and that he had interviews with several of his colleagues immediately after his return. The King came to town on Wednesday, for the purpose of holding a Levee ; he returned to Windsor in the evening. The next Levee is ap- pointed for Thursday the 12th instant, instead of Wednesday the 11th, as was formerly announced.

The young Princess Louise is, we presume, somewhat better,—from the circumstance that she is still in life. She completed her fifteenth year on Saturday last.

The Duchess of Gloucester is convalescent. She was able to take a carriage airing on Thursday.