Ledger in which the first section lists city names with numbers. Unclear what the numbers represent, but they are not in dollars so could be membership numbers within cities. The next section contains names, most of which list a mailing address. They are in alphabetical order. Inside of both the front and back covers addresses, names signatures, and memos are written. The earliest notation date appears to be 1869 and the last 1876.
At the request of several gentlemen, the author was induced to publish the following statement of facts, in relation to the Ursuline Convent, which was destroyed by fire, on the night of August 11, 1834
Advertisement for steel engraving of T.V. Powderly; on reverse, advertisement for the emblem of Miners' and Laborers' Amalgamated Association, with address of J.W. Pettis, Providence, R.I., agent. The paper is in frail condition.