A Stotc Liberty Conventian wns held two weeks since at Port Byron. The gatlicring was large, tho numbere present being estimated from 2, .000 to 3,500. C. O. Shepard, of Wyorning County, preeidcd. A Jenglhy nddress was read by William Goodoll, preecrib'mg a course of policy to be pursued m referencf; to TurifTs, Banks, Stc. groiind agÃ¡inat p!l JBonkf,& n favor of Frce Trede ulliÃ±iÃ¡lÃ©]. We lia ve not yct seen ihe document. Il ivas udvoc.Ttcd by J. C. Jackson, editor of tlio Albany Pdtriot, and opposed by Lcwis Tiippan and ofliei?. The oddress wasindefinitcly poÃ¡tponed by a v-ist mnjority, tmd reso-, lutions slrongly commendiiig Ãhe great "One Ãdca"of tho Liberly parly were entlnifciastH cally ndopled.