14 SEPTEMBER 1833, Page 2

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THE King and Queen have been residing at Windsor during the week.

On Tuesday evening, the Queen of Portugal, the Dutchess of traganza and their suite, attended by Sir J. Whatley, one of the King's drooms in Waiting, arrived at the Castle. The Queen of Portugal and the Dutchess travelled in one of the Royal equipages, which had been sent to Bagshot to convey them to Windsor. They were escorted by a detachment of Life Guards from the Park-gates to the Castle; where the King's Guard, with a band, received the Queen ivith military honours. -His Majesty, attended by the officers of ins Household, conducted the Queen to her apartments. In the evening, a grand entermaintment was given to the Royal visitors, in St. George's Hall. The Prineess Augusta, the Dutchess of Gloucester, Viscount Palmerston, and the officem of the Household, formed part of the company at dinner. The King came to St. James's Pa es on Wednesday afternoon. Soon after his arrival, he held-a Court; at which the Marquis Wel- lesley had an audience, and resigned his wand of office as Lord Steward of the Household. Subsequently, the Duke of Argyle had an audience, and kissed hands on being appointed Lord Steward in the room of Marquis Wellesley. His Majesty then held a Privy Council ; at which Lord Wellesley was declared Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland. The King afterwards returned to Windsor. Her Majesty visited the Queen of Portugal and the Dutchess of Braganza on Wednesday morning, and breakfasted in their apartments. After breakfast, the royal visitors, accompanied by Queen Adelaide, proceeded to view the beauties of Windsor Park. In the evening, there was another grand dinner in St. George's Hall.

The Queen of Portugal leaves Windsor for Portsmouth this day, intending to sail in the Soho steam-packet for Lisbon, on Monday.