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Tour of the Empress Eugenie. --The Empress Eugenie left St. Cloud before daybreak on, Wednesday morning for Scotland, the Emperor escorting her to the railway station.-- Her Majesty is accompanied by the Princess d'essling and Madame d'saulcy, and her equerries, Baron de Pierre and the Marquis de Lagrange. She went directly to a country house in Scotland belonging to the Duchess of Hamilton, and will be absent from France for several weeks. The Government evening journals received ordersScotland belonging to the Duchess of Hamilton, and will be absent from France for several weeks. The Government evening journals received orders not to speak of the departure. Arriving at the London Bridge Station, the Empress and her suite went in common street cabs to Claridge's Hotel, in Brook street, and it was not until they had been for some time in the hotel that Her Majesty's rank was known. She went out on foot next morning and made several purchases in the neighborhood of the hotel. In the afternoon she and her suite engaged some carriages from a neighboring livery stable and visited the Crystal Palace.