'1 II 10 K A . We need .-caively dir.vt a'.tentinsi to tae startling tele. rams ofdiis niorn-iug. niorn-iug. Every it;;n of news .Imwi how serious is the character of the dis-patehes dis-patehes received. I'm is does not view the downfall of Napo'euli as the collapse of the country. .Much is siid j in the later rli- a:clie-. e. -neeri ing a certain motion made in I he Corps Lcgi-iatif, out. we are left in ignorance as to its character. 1'iOtu the tenor oi ,he news we slioald be' inclined to v'u w ir as a declaration tint the war wi.l be pro-jctued with all the power that l'r lie,: can command. The downfall of Napoleon is not v.ew.d as the down-fill down-fill of Fran c. We may;,e: have iu .-tore the bloodiest war of winch ie-otd-fnrnish us any account.