The bill repealing the law granting a jury trial to persons claimed ns fugitive slavea, passed the House of Representativos in New York but was not acted upon in the Senate. - Scvcti DemÃ³crata voted mr- not " tpn righleous men '' be'ing found irrojnL them. The vote was taken at midnight! It was urged that according to the decisiÃ³n of the S. Suprcnie Court, no State has a rÃght to ejÃisiate respecting tlie condition on vhich fttgitive elaves shall be returned, and thereflre it was nuil and void, a mere nicumbrance on the statute book. When the law w&5 passed, it becanie a valiiable safeguard to the liberty of the colorcd race; but since the decisioti above mentionod,ue euppose its practical effect is smnll. Yct the Jinsle f the Legislature to repeal all its provisions, looks disgriicefui and servile. lts repeal wne doubtleas in tended as a sop to tbc slaveholders. Americans Ãn late years, have made an tstonisluug progrcss i JÃ¼o mechanical arts. - They have in sorae of these branches, reached aeir perfection; altho;igh it niay, in sotae respects, be attributed to foreigiiers moving, into this country who are ski. ui snechanics. Americans (jcÃiiÃ aotbitious to excel, im-. itate them, and take n great delight inbringint1 evcry thing to a etate of perfection. It niay juctly be eaid, that we now furncslt specimens of mecbanism which cannotbe equalled by any of ihe most polished Nations of tfae Earth. A laudaWe ambition fÃiows iteelf atnng our ioechanie, to exercise their skiii and genius, and may it continue tobe eo.The Albany Vigilance Committee wy in refcrence to fugitives from Sluvery: We take thie occasion to say, that our frietids in the country, and in villugea, who nftd labo; will aid the cause of Liberly by eending jn lÃ³ h Conunittee for any amotmt of malt and frtnah: Mor. Ten (2iys notice wili cnable ns to suppiy ulmost any culi. And we believe tlio tim has coaie when the neceFÃªitv ofhtaldittg lÃ¯p die prosjwriry ot'CariaSa, at ihe expense of our owu country, hus nearly passed away." Tlie S'ave-hoiders in New Orleans are getting ÃieoÃ¡y. The Collector of Cu-toms is eavl to h;ive appropriated 8100,000 of tiie public vioney to ttippJy his nocessitie; nnd the kte Post master waR a!so a a heavy defaulter. We suppose, like their iUustrioiis predeccssor,"Sw:ntÃ¯tit,:hey will jx:tition Co;igress for a compromiÃ-e! IxTKnKSTiNo Familt. - A meeting of six bnthers recen. ly tok place at Euton, Madi60i) connty, Y.,) whicl is perlnps withoJt a Kiruilel in the country. Dr. Silas Clark, Ã¶f tÃ¯erkimer connty, aged 75, nnd his brothers Nathaniel 79, J nns 71, John 69, Samuel 67, and Josinh C4, nll viirorous and healthy, averagirt2f 70 vean of age, formed tlie circle.- To witivss eirch a meeting vould almost pay for a trip from Albany to Madison, if the other brothers are men of iatelligeHce nnd worth Ont we know the Doctor to be. - AlhanyArQ?3 Thcre was a meeting of the Historical Fociety of New Yorlc, last month, and the priijÃ¨ipat speakers were A}!ert Oallatin, W. F. Lawrcncp. niid Daniel Webster, Mr Web6r gave a his'ory if .the Bpundary queÃ¡tion from the bezinning to the present time. His - remarks Were received wilt great nppluuser Qp Haijti.- P xsideut Boyer has departed fVotn this island. He is now on his wiyl to England, on UÃ³ard a British tn-m-ofwar. the Ijovernnient Ãs now adininiatced by a commit1ce o!" iVventy-five men, utitH a new Prc-eidpnt Can beelected. Au arntyof fwenty tioK-and men, has taken poasEssiou of Port au Prince.