We trust our annual meeting will be tully attended. These occasions in former years have been found botii pleasing and profitable to those who have been present. It will be seen by Mr. Stewart's notice that a State Convention wil! be held immediately after the close of the Society meeting1, to nomÃnate electors of President, f deernedadvisable, and for the further organization of the party. In this stuge of our enterprise, it is desirable there should be a ftill representation. CC0" Wm. Platt, Ã±'om Ohio, has entered the service of the State A. S. Society as a lecturer, and is also authorized toobtainsubscribers for the Signal of Liberty. Mr. Platt will make collections for the State A. S. Society, for the payment of ngents, and as they have no funds for that purpose, it is hoped the friends will be liberal ly disposed wherever he may labor, as without contributions on their part no lecturer can be kept in the field. 05 We are indebted to Hon. R. M'CIeland for Wm. Cost Johnson's Report oa his Two Hundred million scheme, which was irinted order of Congress last March.