1962. A leathern wallet (fig. 540.) is used in nailing wall-trees, and is found a very useful article wherever the walls are so high as to require the operator to stand on a ladder. In the figure there may be seen, besides the large pocket for the shreds and nails, two small pockets over it for a knife and a sharpening stone. It is a great improvement to a wallet of this kind, to have it kept out by three pieces of light wood, one on each side, and one in the centre.