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--The Army Argus, of the 13th inst., says: The bogus Governor Gamble, of Missouri, has called the convention to meet again on the first Monday in June. The object of the call is expressed in the proclamation to be "for the purpose of re-districting the State and other purposes." What those "other purposes" are we do not know, but we predict that no atrocity left unperpetrated will be passed over by this body, which should be consigned to everlasting infamy. Although called for one solitary purpose, to wit: to consider the relations of the State to the Federal Government as they existed on the 18th of February, 1861, this body has set aside the State Constitution, and boldly takes the ground that it is above the Constitution. Whenever you quote any provisions of the State Constituiton, they coolly tell you that they are above that instrument. Every man consenting to a principle so cestructive of all representative government, ought to be executed as an enemy to mankind.