From the Albany Gazette. Half-Moon, Jan. 11, 1790. Gentlemen, By inserting the following in your next paper, you will oblige a friend and customer. A singular LAW CASE. A Young farmer's slave in this quar- ter, got his master's white girl pregnant -- whereupon he turns her off -- she goes before a Justice, swears the child to the black, and then sues the master for a maintenance. As the point of law is not yet settled, I request the gentlemen of the law, would determine the question in your next paper. N.B. It would be almost too severe, if times are come to such a pass, that a master is obliged to keep a white miss for his black.