Official returns from a portion oi ihe counties give an aggregate of 13,352 Liberty votes. The remaining counties gave last year 1836 votes; and the whole vote of the State on Senators will probably be about 16,000. The aggregate for County tickets is somewhat more. The vote in many towns is now so large that it will be seriously feit by the other parties at each town election. The vote in the towns of Madison County, amounting to 1,763, we published last week. W. C.Foote writes froin Plattsburgh: "Below I give you the result of the abolition votes as far as heard from. Champlain, 157; Chazy, 149; Moons, 135; Plattsburgh, 100; Beekman town, 90; Ansable, 29; Savana, 30;- 092. Peru, Black Brook, and Ellenburgh rcmain to be heard from - from these I expect to make the number near 800. Is not this cheering!" The Albany Patriot says the next Assembly will consist of 92 Democrats and 36 Whigs, which is precisely as parties stood last year. The Democratie majority Ãs about 20,000. It is stated that the whole vote of New York at the late election, is 80,000 less than in 1840.