Maximilian's widow continúes to resido at Tervueren, near Brussels. Hor first liallucination was tliat an attempt liad been mado to poison her in Mexico, and that this design was still directed against her, and she refused all food vhich her sister-in-law, the Queen of the Bclgians, had not tasted. Nono now sec her without the Queen's permission, as strange face produces serious excitement. Soruetimes she puts on a splendid drcss, her rooms are brill iantly lighted, and she imagines herself r (living gviests, whom she addresses in various langiiages. She has forgotten her ueroniplishments in the way of musie and painting. Her brother and sister-in-law, the King and Quoen, have all along treated her with the tenderest solicitude.