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EW-YORK-PRINTE" BY THOMAS GREENLEAF-MDCC,10,11,
The second Volume of the Laws of New-York is finally completed. In this Volume the same Plan has
been pursued as in the first, nor has a Sheet of it been put to the Press until critically examined by some one Gentleman of the Profesion of the Law.
The Patrons to this Work will please to observe, that agreeably to the Request of a great part of them, the Laws which were passed at the fifteenth Seffion of the Legislature, comprises Part of this Volume; and, as this Addition was not contemplated in the original Proposals, that this is subject to the trifling extra Charge of TWO SHILLINGS and SIX-PENCE. The Editor has no Doubt but the Demand will be cheerfully complied with by all the Subscribers ; and hopes, that the whole Work will fully answer their most sanguine Expectations being, with sentiments of respect, &c.
The Editor has this Day issued Proposals for printing the future Laws of New-York in NUMBERS, to commence with the next (or sixteenth) Sofhon ; each Number to contain the Laws of one Seffion, be it more or less, to be filched in Blue, at 3f. the Number,