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al train from Paris, yesterday morning at one o'clock, and embarked immediately on board a special steamer, the Breeze, the last new mall steamship of the London, Chatham and Dover company. The Breeze against and wind, performed the voyage to Dover in two hours, a arrival at Dover their Imperial Highnesses proceeded to the Ship one hour and fifty minutes. The Archduke and Duchess were received at Dover and accompanied to London by Mr. J. S. Martin, the Superintendent of the London, Chatham and Dover Railway Company. The suite consisted of the Countess Zichy; the Countess Trolonich, the Baron Dupont, the Marquis Corlo the Count Luzow, and the Chovaland suite, left London this morning for Ostend. Their Imperial Highnesses were received at the Victoria Station by Mr. Forbes, the general manager of the London, Chatham, and Dover Company, and conducted to a special train which was in readiness. The train started at 9 o'clock; the journey to Dover was performed in one hour and f