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?? DEPARTURE OF THE COURT FOR WINDSOR CASTLE. (FROM TUB COURT NEWSMAN.) The Queen and Prince Albert left Buckingham Palace att h «c bef hreeo , c]ock g fo Windsor Cast c Her Majesty and hi s Royal Highness were accompanied by their Royal Highnesses the Prince of Wales Prmce Alfre
June 5, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE CONDE DE MONTEMOLIN..■

THE CONDE DE MONTEMOLIN..■

THE CONDE DE MONTEMOLIN. ■ The Prince, accompanied by his brother his Royal High- ness the Infante Don Juan, left London last evening for the Continent. His Royal Highness the Infante Don Fernando took his I departure on Saturday for the same destination.
June 5, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TATTERSALLS.—Monday..i.■

TATTERSALLS.—Monday..i.■

TATTERSALLS.—Monday. i ■ The betting touched wpon all the great events at Ascot and led to several changes. Commencing with the Queen's Vase, we may note considerable improvement in Canezou, against whom the highest offer at the close was 5 to 4 ; 9 to 1 was taken that she wins i
June 5, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
The Queen Dowager has forwarded to the Rev. W. Crump 10/. towards the fund of the National and Infant Schools

The Queen Dowager has forwarded to the Rev. W. Crump 10/. towards the fund of the National and Infant Schools

of Rowley Regis. Oa Tuesday last a bazaar, in aid of the schools, was held in a field adjoining the vicarage. Contributions, consisting of every variety of ladies' work ?? all distinguished by ingenuity, elegance, and taste, were previously forwarded to an extent quite unexpecte
June 5, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Postage with France. —The Lords of the Trea- sury having authorised a considerable reduction of the rate upon international letters

Postage with France. —The Lords of the Trea- sury having authorised a considerable reduction of the rate upon international letters

between this country and France upon reciprocal terms, an alteration in that respect may shortly be expected. Warwickshire. —The election of a representative for the southern division of this county, in the room of E. J. Shirley, Esq., will take place in the Shire Hall, Warwick,
June 5, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
"i " S~PAIN..—"*

"i " S~PAIN..—"*

"i " S~PAIN. — "* (from ot.* coßa_»ro_.DaHT.j MADRID, May 28. The crack speech in Saturday* sitting of the Depu- ties was that of Senor Cortina. Though the tone ! adopted by this distinguished Progresista deputy was j eminently courteous towards his opponents, he did not ! fail t
June 5, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
EXPRESS FROM PARIS.. —•

EXPRESS FROM PARIS.. —•

EXPRESS FROM PARIS. — • (FROM OUR CO_.RESPO_.DKXT.) PARIS, Monday, Ten a.m. The heat continues so intolerable, that the people | seem to have forgotten their republican troubles for a i time. Xo business was done yesterday in the French funds ; at the Passage de ?? some speculato
June 5, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LATEST FROM FRANCE..•>

LATEST FROM FRANCE..•>

LATEST FROM FRANCE. •> [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.") PARIS, Monday, Five p.m. The expected President's message did not make its appearance at the National Assembly this afternoon. The verification ofthe powers, therefore, went on, but presented no features of interest. The message,
June 5, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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?? HER MAJESTY, %c. (FROM THE COURT CIRCULAR.) Lord John Russell had an audience of the Queen o n j Saturday, at Buckingham Palace. Her Majesty and hii Royal Highness Prince Albert, ' accompanied by their Royal Highnesses the Prince of Wales, j Prince Alfred, and the Princess AMc
June 4, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
The Court.—Her Majesty and his Royal High- ness Prince Albert, and the principal members of the royal household, leave Buckingham

The Court.—Her Majesty and his Royal High- ness Prince Albert, and the principal members of the royal household, leave Buckingham

Palace to-day lor Windsor Castle, to sojourn there during the Ascot Races A succes- sion of royal and noble visitors are invited to partake of the hospitality of that royal residence during the week. His Royal Highness Prince Henry of the Netherlands and suite are to arrive at t
June 4, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England