There was a report some days ago, that at Algiers
while DUPERRE and the ships had hoisted the tricoloured flag on the first notice of the revolution, Bouessosrr persisted in displaying the white flag. If this was true before, it is true no longer—the only ensign raised by the French at Algiers is the national one. The last letters describe the troops as busily employed in knock- ing down houses and streets,, with a view to form places or squares, where, in case of an [insurrection of the townspeople, artillery could act. This remodelling of the town says more for its permanent occupation than any measure hitherto reported.