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The revolution in Missouri. --We conversed with a gentleman yesterday, late from Missouri. He gives a most deplorable account of the condition of things in that State. He says that those in St. Louis suspected of Southern sympathies are treatMissouri. He gives a most deplorable account of the condition of things in that State. He says that those in St. Louis suspected of Southern sympathies are treated in the most offensive and insulting manner, and that they dare not resent any indignity, at the peril of their lives. He says that an order has been received at St. Louis to procure, by purchase or seizure, from twenty to thirty steamboats, for t
nterior are well armed with rifles, that they shot one eye when they shoot, and every shot is good for a man. The war in Missouri, he thinks, is destined to be one of extermination.
He thinks the movement in Missouri is destined to have a most unfavMissouri is destined to have a most unfavorable effect upon the army at Calro and Bird's Point for the invasion of the Mississippi.
It will take all their forces to "hold, occupy and possess," and subjugate the gallant people who are now rushing to arms for the expulsion of the Lincolnites