The first item gives date of memorial, name, number, ship, indulgence sought (to sleep out of barracks, to have wife assigned to him, to marry, to be released from irons, to have sentences remitted, tickets-of-leave or conditional pardon) when sent to police, when received back, number of memorial, when sent to Colonial Secretary, Lieutenant-Governor's decision and date. The last column is not entered after November, 1831. Some pages throughout the volume and which relate to ticket of leave summaries do not have all this information.
The second item is a fragment of three binding sections of a large volume
pages 981-1036, containing the letters "V" to "W". The headings include: number, name, ship, indulgence sought (either ticket-of-leave or conditional pardon) when application received, date and tenor of the Lieutenant-Governor's decision.
These records are part of the holdings of the Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office.