Our friends will see to it that the sim j)!e and yet efficiÃ«nt plan of organizatioi adopted by tho National Convention, pub lished in our paper last week, is carrie into effect in all parts of the State. A littl reflection will convince any one, tha something of the kind ia absolulely neces sary, in concentrating the aetion of man minds to accomplish a single result. 'J'ln seems to embrace all that is necessary,an yet there is nothing objectionable in il.- Let the advocates of Liberty meet togethe as friends for the purpose of devising tnea nres to promote the cause : but there is n necessity that any one who cannot agre to each particular nomination or resolution shoald therefore be cast out of the connectionof his anti-slavery iriends. The liberty party in Pennsylvania has begun to organize in earnest. The committee for Philadelphia has advertised for a catalogue of all the names of abolitionists in the city that ihey may divide Ãt into wards and districls. They intend to nominale abolitionists for every office for which they have a right to vote.