Parperu'ot le-Hokhmah contains commentaries on Genesis; the first sermon that R. Sadowsky preached in Rochester (pp. 47-50); novellae from his youth (pp. 61-3); and responsa dealing with conditions in Albany and Rochester. On the difficulties encountered by his kashruth board, see pp. 50-3, 56-7. On intermarriage and conversion, see pp. 50-3, 63-4. On inter-ethnic tensions with Italians and the question of selling a synagogue building for conversion to a church, see pp. 53-4. On burial practices, see pp. 54-5. On the orthography of American place-names in Jewish legal documents, see pp. 55-6. Some of the responsa were authored by R. Moses Danishevsky of Slobodka and R. Gavriel Zev Margolis of Boston.
If it were well received by the public, Sadowsky planned to publish a second volume containing his commentary on Exodus and Leviticus (p. 46).