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Excerpt from the "Vaccine Travel Record" regarding the opening of the Nishikata clinic, 1857
A Letter Regarding the Separate Clinic in Ota Village, Ōno Domain
[Source: Hakushinki, pp. 239-240; translated by Maren Ehlers]
I have taken notice of your letter. By the way, [the Ōno physicians] have recently come to notify me that they will open a separate vaccination clinic in Ota village, Ōno domain. Please take note of that fact.