26 OCTOBER 1850, Page 2

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BEYOND the daily assurance of her Majesty's good health, and the in- formation of her persevering walks and rides, with and without her chil- dren, in the beautiful grounds of Osborne, the Court circular notes hardly an incident of news. The sole intelligence conveyed is that " Mr. Thor- burn has been honoured with sittings during the week from Prince Al- bert, for his portrait in a pictorial group of himself and his brother the Duke of eacte-Cobarg Gotha."