June 26, 1861
VICTORIA.—We have a letter, says the Boston Journal, from an American in London
who is likely to be well informed, from which we make the following extract: “I
am sorry to say her majesty the Queen is in a state of insanity, and very
little hopes are entertained of her recovery.
They talk of having her sent to Germany.
I hear it talked th_ ____ urgency.”