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The bogus Government in Missouri. The New York Times, one of the leading Abolition journals of
at the proclamation of 'Governor' Gamble, of Missouri.
We copy from that paper of August 7th:
e treasure of the State in trying to withdraw Missouri from the Union.
And further, that in the vio as, we might say, the most eminent citizen of Missouri.
He was forty years a resident, notably conn tes is a sort of highway robber, marauding in Missouri, and watching for opportunities to plunder th t to Gens. Fremont, Lyon and Pope, who are in Missouri to save Gamble & Co. from the wicked conspira e watched, lest they rob and plunder the State of Missouri.
With such flattering commencement, wha rnor — the Union Governor, par excellence--of Missouri?
We take this occasion to renew to the G t at Washington our warning of two days since Missouri is a prize of infinite value to the Confedera Louis is Missouri; and St. Louis is not safe Missouri has the iron, the lead, the saltpetre, t o he [3 more...]
The bogus Government in Missouri. The New York Times, one of the leading Abolition journals of the North, is greatly chagrined at the proclamation of 'Governor' Gamble, of Missouri. We copy from that paper of August 7th: We felt much cheered, a few days ago, in announcing that the Missouri State Convention had deposed the traitor Governor, Jackson, and the seditions General Assembly of that State. The offence of the Legislature was that I had passed an unconstitutional military bill, putting the militia of the State in the hands of the traitor Governor, and compelling them to swear realty to that Governor, instead of to the Constitution of the United States. The offence of the Governor was that he had openly conspired with armed enemies of the United States, and was using the militia and the treasure of the State in trying to withdraw Missouri from the Union. And further, that in the violent effort accomplish this revolution, he had been driven from the State and compel