24 NOVEMBER 1855, Page 7

The King of Sardinia landed at Marseilles on Thursday morning.

He was received by Colonel Edgar Ney and Lieutenant-Colonel de Vela- bregue, on the part of the Emperor ; and by the Bishop of Marseilles, and the civil and military authorities of the district. For a short time he staid at the Prefecture ; paid a visit to the Grand Duchess of Baden, who was staying at Marseilles ; and, taking the train for Lyons, reached that town at six in the evening. At Avignon, the Archbishop paid his respects to the King at the station. At Lyons, he was met by the authorities, headed by Marshal Castellane. Throughout the route assembled crowds cheered his Majesty as he passed. On Thursday night he remained at Lyons ; set out for Paris yesterday morning, and arrived there at half- past one. Prince Napoleon, the chief personages of the Emperor's house- hold, the Presidents of the Senate and Legislative Body, and the Pre- fects, awaited him at the railway-station, and escorted him in proces- sion along the quay; by the Hotel de Ville, and the Rue de Rivoli, to the Tuileries, where he was received by the Emperor. The streets were lined by applauding multitudes.

General Simpson arrived yesterday. at Marseilles, in the Telegraph steamer. The Telegraph passed the French squadron, under Admiral Bruer, with the Imperial Guard on board, in the Greek Archipelago.

The Duke of Cambridge landed at Dover yesterday from Boulogne, and immediately proceeded to London.

Accounts from Warsaw represent Prince Paskiewitsch as seriously ill. The King of Prussia has sent Dr. SchOnbein, the Court physician, to the suffering veteran.