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The Duke of Newcastle on America. A Masonic banquet was given at Nottingham, Eng., on the 8th inst., on the occasion of the installation of the Duke of Newcastle as Grand Master of Nottinghamshire. After mentioning briefly his visit to Canada with the Prince, he said: After leaving that country he went to another, which, it was true, did not at present own the sceptre of Great Britain, and therefore, throughout the many thousand miles through which he had traveled, there was not the same loyalty, because there was not the call for it in a country which was not subordinated to the Crown of England; but there was an amount of respect, of attachment, of veneration and love for the Queen of this country, which far transcended anything that could possibly have been expected. [Cheers] It was a tribute on the part of the American people; it was a demonstration of their veneration for female excellence, and it was also a proof of their deep and lasting attachment to the mother co
Napoleon with a fast Team. --The Emperor, with the Prince Imperial, drove up and down the crowded ride, on the 8th ult., in the Bois de Boulogne, for nearly two hours. His Majesty was in his favorite phaeton, drawn by his now celebrated Vermont trotting horses, which attracted almost as much attention as the driver himself. He seemed to be in excellent health, and received marked evidence of increasing popularity on every side.