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y, which commenced firing minute guns at the end of the Longwalk, advancing slowly until it reached the Castle gates just at the close of the ceremony. The ministers, the officers of the Queen's household, and other distinguished personages who and been honored with an invitation to attend the ceremonial, reached Windsor by a special train from Paddington. They were met by carriages provided for them at the station, and began to arrive at the Chapel Royal soon after 11 o'clock. The Earl of Derby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Earl Russell, and the Duke of Buckcleuch were among the first to make their appearance, and as they alighted at the door of the chapel they were received by the proper officials, and conducted to the seats appointed for them in the choir. In the great. Quadrangle were drawn up the hearse and the mourning coaches, and, all the preparations having been completed within the castle, the procession began to be formed shortly before 12 o'clock. It had been orig