The Convenlion met nt Ann Arbor, Feb. 4, 1848. Munnis Kenny of Washtenaw was cnlled to the chi.if, and T. Koster appoinled Ser;retary. On molion il was Resolved, Tiiat a Committee of five t appoinled by the Chairman to nominate five candidates for Electors of President and Vice President oftheUniled Stalen. Messrs. II. J. Cuslitnan, Geo. Millerd, N. Power, M. II, Cowles, J. L. Dennis, werc oppointed snid comrnittee. A committee of three consisting of Messrs. Kinsley, Cope'ond and Cowlam, was aopointed to nominate a State Central Committee. The following electoral licket was reported by the Committee, and unaninooufly adopted : For Ihe State - Horneo Hallock Naihan M. Thomas First Di-strict - Chandler Carter Second " Chester Gurney Third " Nattian Power. The names ofthe following gentlemen were reported by ihe Committee to nominate th State Central Commiltee, and Ihe report vas adopied. Chester Gurney, St. Joseph Co. . . S. J. Hammond, " VV. C. Denison, Kalamtvzoo, Co The foÃ¼owing resolution was moved hy H. Flollock, and passed by acclamaiion. Resolved, Thatthe nomination of Hon. John P. Hale of New Hampshire for President, Leicester King of Ohio for Vice President, by (lic NotiorcrÃ¼ Liber'y Conveniion at BuÃFalo in Ootober last, meets llie hcarty approbatiofl of this Convenfion, and we urge upon our Liberty friends. and all otbers favorable to the causo of Human Liberty throughout our -Slate, to givo said nominafion ihcir cordial itnd vigorous support. On mofion, (lie Conveniion adjourned without day.