[New York: Printed by William Bradford, 1723].  pp, folio. Caption title, as issued. Loose and lightly toned, else Very Good. Housed in a modern cloth binder, with gilt-lettered spine title.
This rare item is the first statute establishing New York chancery fees, thus curing "the Inconveniences that may thereby ensue" from their absence. No Chancery Officer "shall exact, demand or ask any greater or other Fee or Fees" than the amounts enumerated herein. These regulations limit the "Governour's Fees, as Keeper of the Great Seal of this Province," as well as fees of Masters, Registers, Clerks, Examiners, Solicitors, and other officers.
This is an early effort to curb the exercise of arbitrary power by hungry court officers. Governor Burnet signs in type at the end.
Evans 2468. ESTCP W34081 [7- AAS, Huntington, Columbia, Harvard, NY Hist. Soc., Brown, HSP]. Not in Cohen. Item #28535