10 MARCH 1900, Page 1

The Queen's visit to London proved an immense success. The

ovation she received on Thursday from the Lords and Commons assembled in the quadrangle of Buckingham Palace was of a very striking kind, and is said to have beer, very movinp both to the Queen and the Members of the two Houses, who spontaneously sang "God Save the Queen." That such a body of men should so far shake off their habitual reserve is certainly a very striking proof of how deeply the country has been stirred. The Queen's drive through the City in the afternoon was immensely successful, for the weather, though bitter, was dry, and the streets were crowded. All reports show that the Queen is in the beat of health and spirits, but we trust she will not be allowed to over-exert herself,—especially in view of her Irish visit.