Foreign News: Courts

The season is ended. The elite of London will rush into the country for relaxation, some will go abroad, others yachting on the briny sea, some—a very few—will have to remain "in town" owing to political necessity; for Parliament is still sitting. The event which causes this exodus and defines the end of the season is the holding of the last Court by the King and Queen, who afterward usually travel north to Sandringham or Balmoral. Whether or not the political situation will permit the King to leave London as early as usual was...

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