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Victoria And Albert

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While I would not undertalce to say that she s handsome, I was much struck wilh herwliole manner and nppearnnce. She has a very nleliigcnt face ui;. cyes and mputh ndicative of the firmnessand courage which belong to her race, and she is certainly one of the most graceful creatures 1 have ever seen. There is much dignity in her ourriage, and her whole air is more grave and matronly jthan usually belongs to women of her ago. She is not, I should judge, entirely Cree from her temper- on the conliary, if I am not much mistaken, she would net hesitate to glvo even her cara sposa the ve-y- jessie, should he happen todisplease her. I should sny that she would be an admirable hand at a curlain leclure. Albert is good looking, very- tal! and wel! made, but his countenance ia quite nexpressive, in facf, somewhat vacant and hard. He would not take on ". much in my opinión, nt the dismissal of n favorite or the death of a friend. There is rather of a melancholy air about liim, but whether this results from the recent death of his father, or, as some say, tho constant surveillance of his royal spouse, I will not venture to gues. He is altogether whal we should cali ir. our country, "o nico young man," and, seeing that hc receives soine L30,000 a year, besides 4t boarding and lodging," we may saf-'ly coneïude that ho is well satisfie'd with his situtation. even throwing in the