A History of Japan, 1582-1941: Internal and External Worlds

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KENRITSU CHŪŌ TOSHOKAN, SHIZUOKA

Copies of Edo and Nagasaki Haruma

Japanese translation of Golownin's Narrative (Ms AJ 12). (The published text as edited by Wada Toshiaki from the Hakodate copy of the manuscript as Soyaku nihon kiji: Gorounin [Diary of my tribulations in Japan: Golownin] is in vol. 6 of Hoppō mikōkai komonjo shūsei [Collection of unpublished or inaccessible private documents for the northern region] (Tokyo, 1980)).


NAIKAKU BUNKO

Various documents in early bunka period relating to Ezo, especially years bunka 5, 207/472; bunka 7, 185/283; bunka 9, 185/192; bunka 10, 185/281


KENRITSU CHŪŌ TOSHOKAN, NAGASAKI

Bugyōsho records, 13/4 (Seiyama collection), letter written in 1807 by a bugyo official describing events in Ezo in 1806 and 1807


SHIBORUTO KINENKAN, NAGASAKI (VON SIEBOLD MEMORIAL
BUILIDING)

Copy of Nagasaki Haruma

Nakamura collection (contemporary translations in Dutch and Japanese of correspondence between the Nagasaki bugyo and the Oranda kapitan and other contemporary documents, including Chinese fūsetsugaki)


UNIVERSITY OF NAGASAKI, KEIZAIGAKUBU TOSHOKAN

511 M186 French text of Russian message, Japanese translation and correspondence (contemporary copies) regarding the message left at Soya in 1807 in a small volume from the bugyōsho


PUBLIC RECORD OFFICE, LONDON

Private deposits, 30/33 diaries, and correspondence of Sir Ernest Satow

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