The Emperor of the French has sustained another severe blow.
M. de Morey expired at eight a.m. on Friday. The deceased gentleman was remarkable for a moderation of temper rare among Bonapartist's, and a personal popularity still more infrequent._ As President of the Legislative Body his tact and good humour secured him many friends, and somehow his gains on the Bourse, which were very large, did not attract towards him the usual ill- will. He was believed iu Paris to be one of the many illegitimate members of the Imperial family, and was personally liked as well as trusted. by the Emperor.