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NEW-YORK, Sept. 1, 1833. IT affords us much pleasure to bear witness to the assiduous atten- tion bestowed by the Compiler on this Volume of the Stud Book, in its passage through the Press. No one, we are confident, could have manifested a deeper anxiety than Mr. EDGAR, for the correctness of the Pedigrees; or sought more to attain that object, by a frequent consultation of works of reference, in matters connected with The flrf-in a constant intercourse with the Breeders and Trainers of the Blood horse, in our community-and with those gentlemen of wealth and leisure, among us, whose pride it is to improve the breed of that noble animal to whom we owe so much enjoyment. For errors of a Typographical nature, the Press is responsible; and nothing has been wanting, on the part of the Author, to render the work every way worthy of public acceptance. HENRY MASON, WILLLAN T. PORTER.