LITCHFIELD, Oct. 19. We learn from Albany, that a few days since, a Negro servant was wan- tonly shot thro'the neck, and killed, by direction of his inhuman master, at the glass-works near Albany. Our informant affirms, that the Negro had been lately purchased by a pro- prietor in the works, and was repre- sented as insane: His disorder was, however, imputed to a vicious dispo- sition; and having given specimens of his obstinacy and sulkiness to his new master, one of the workmen was directed to shoot him; who in- advertently complied, the shot passed through his neck; which not prov- ing fatal, the Negro becoming out- rageous in consequence of the wound, a second shot was discharged, which penetrated the neck, and finished his existence. An inquest was immedi- ately summoned whose verdict was willful murder. The deluded person having consulted an Attorney real- tive to the transaction, was advised to escape from justice, and he depart- ed accordingly.