The Emperor started on Saturday for Algiers, and arrived on
the 3rd inst. at 1 p.m. He met with an" enthusiastic reception," which, considering there is nobody in Algiers but soldiers, officials, and shopkeepers who live by the custom of soldiers and officials, must have been very gratifying. It is said that a circular has been sent to all foreign Courts explaining the Emperor's objects, that Abd-el-Kader has been summoned to meet His Majesty, and that Napoleon is still resolved to surrender the interior to a native viceroy.