At the adjouincd meeting of the friunds of liberty in Livingston county, held at the school house in the town of Hamburgh, the following Ã±ames were presented by a committee, and rece.ved the nomination for the offices set ooposite their names. For Ripreenlaticcs, ISAAC SM1TH, of Green Oak, DANIEL COOK, vfPutnam. For Sheriff, LEONARD OULE, Putnam.â - - - - -- â For Countif C'erk. PHILESTER JESSUP, of OseÃ³la. Fot Register of Docds, MUiVSON WHEELER, of Ilamhtrgh. For County Trcastircr, EDWARD F. GAY, of MariÃ³n. For Coroncrs, LEWTS, of Dtojicld, GEORGE T. SAGE, ,f Hoicell. For Surreyor, JOHN FARNSWORTH, of Green Ouk. The following gentlemen were appointed a â 'â mmiiteo to odvance the cause of liberty in ihe soveral towns in the county: Hannibal Lee, Green Oak; Mr. Colum, Puinani; SaÃn uel Hubbard, MariÃ³n; Richard Sutton, Gcnoa: Joseph A. Pinckney, OseÃ³la; John H Neelyj Howell; Alva Preston, Tuscola; Mr. -Vottingliam, Deerfield. The Convention waa opcned by prayer by the Rev. N. G. Chase, of Howell: af.er completing the object, of the Convention, the mceliug aJ journed sine die.