15 MAY 1830, Page 4

It is confidently stated, in the private accounts from Paris,

that the dissolution of the Chamber of Deputies is fixed ; that Ministers have long been resolved as to the expediency of the measure, and that they have been deterred from carrying it into effect long ago, only by a little nervousness on the part of the King. The Algerine fleet will, t is affirmed, sail on the 18th or 20th of this month. At a dinner given lately at Marseilles to the Commander, BOURMONT, lie declared that it was the intention of France "to take possession of Algiers, and form establishments for commerce, as well as colonies—governed, perhaps, by a Prince of France."