Rokuhara tandai Hōjō Norisada mikyōjo of the the twenty-fifth day of the eighth month of the fourth year of the Genkō era.
The dyke of the Kamo River has been severely damaged, and so, for its repair, based on precedent, the cost should be levied among the gokenin of nearby provinces.1 Of that sum, two kanmon2 should be presented before the tenth day of the next month. It is thus conveyed.
The twenty-fifth day of the eighth month of the fourth year of Genkō (1324)
Sakon no shōgen (monogram)
To: The Hon. Tannowa Uemon Gorō
1. This term has sometimes been translated as "vassals" but householders recognized by Kamakura were obligated to perform duties such as repairing dykes, but did not have special privileges until some debt relief was granted to them in the late thirteenth century.
2. In terms of purchasing power, this approximately equals 2000 USD