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hat even before nine o'clock on Saturday evening a dispatch was forwarded from Windsor to the city, stating that the Prince Consort was then dying fast. Quietly andions, a great amount of preparation is necessary beforehand, George's Chapel, Windsor, where the interment will take place, has to be draped and carpeted with Blackcoffin which will enclose the remains of the Prince Consort, were forwarded to Windsor. According to custom, the body will be interred in four coffins, the inner onas expected in England on a visit to the Queen. The Royal family to leave Windsor. Great interest was felt in the situation of the Queen, and bullet the werhe Crown Prince of Prussia. The remains were to be laid in the royal vault at Windsor. Queen Victoria's health in an unsatisfactory State--Removal of the Courtsatisfactory state of the Queen's health. The Prince of Wails remained at Windsor until after his father's funeral. The Crown Prince of Prussia had arrived