THE King and Queen remain at Brighton, in the enjoyment of excel- lent health; the Queen having perfectly recovered from her late indis- position. Her Majesty walks occasionally on the Marine Parade ; when she is generally accompanied by the Countess of Brownlow, Lord Errol, and Lord Falkland. There have been several select dinner-parties at the Palace during the week. Among the guests, were Lord Holland, Miss Fox, Lady Augusta Fox, the Earl of Chatham, Lord Fitzroy Somerset, Lord Lake, Sir P. Maitland, Captain Hay, the Earl and Countess of Rosse, and Sir Matthew and Lady Tierney. On Monday, the King, accompanied by the Dutchess of Gloucester, took a carriage-airing to see the new bridge at Shoreham; and having returned to the Palace and taken luncheon, his Majesty again went in his carriage to Shoreham, accompanied this time by the Princess Augusta. The curious may inquire why his Majesty did not take both his sisters at one trip ; but we have no answers for a curiosity so prying.
The Dutchess of Kent and the Princess Victoria are frequently seen walking in Hyde Park. On Tuesday evening, their Royal Highnesses visited Drury Lane Theatre ; and on Thursday were present at the performances at the Adelphi Theatre, the grand attraction being the Rake's Pupil. We ourselves were there on Tuesday, and admired Yates and his wife exceedingly.
The Duke of Gloucester left Gloucester Lodge on Monday, on a visit to the Marquis of Salisbury at Hatfield House. After remaining a few days with Lord Salisbury, his Royal Highness will proceed to Gorhambury, on a visit:to the Earl of Verulam. We have great pleasure in being enabled to state, that Prince George of Cumberland has already experienced considerable benefit from the skilful treatment of Baron Graefe, under whose care his Royal High- ness has been for some time at Berlin. Indeed, we hear that the ex- pectations which the high character of Baron Graefe bad excited have been fully realized ; and hopes may now be entertained of the ultimate restoration of the young Prince's sight.—Standard.
The Dutchess of Cambridge was safely delivered of a daughter on the 27th ult. at Hanover.