The second part has a separate title page and is Ma’ariv for the night of Yom Kippur. There is an introduction in Ladino from the printer, followed by a bakashah and then the services. It is dated “thanksgiving, and the voice תודה וקול (557=1797) thanksgiving, and the voice of melody of melody” (Isaiah 51:3) thanksgiving, and the voice of melody. The title page includes the phrase “Con Approvazione,” that is, it has been approved for publication by the censor. The final part, entitled Keter Malkhut, are meditative prayers. All parts, except for introductory material, are printed in large square Hebrew letters.