The famous sentences are included in the fourth page. I myself copied the original sentences here:
其府者周吉郡南岸西郷豊崎也 従是南至雲州美穂関三十五里辰巳伯州赤崎浦へ四十里 未申至石州温ノ津五十八里 自子至卯無可往地 戌亥間行フ二日一有松嶋 又一日程有竹嶋 （俗言磯竹嶋多竹魚海鹿） 此二嶋無人之地 見高麗如自雲州望隠州 然則日本乾地以 此州為限矣
Pro-Korean people has used this document as a proof that "Japan admitted Oki islands were boundary, Liancourt rocks belonged to Korea", but it's not true.
…named “Oki no kuni” (Country of Oki ).
Its center is Saigo Toyosaki, south bank of
If you go 35-ri south you will get to Miho-no-seki of Unshu.
If you go 40-ri Southeast you’ll get to Akasaki of Hakushu (mid-west of Tottori prefecture).
If you go 58-ri Southwest you’ll get to Yu-no-tsu of Sekisyu (west of Shimane prefecture).
From north to east there is no place to go.
If you go to northwest you will get to Matsushima in 2 days, and you’ll get
to Takeshima in one more day. (This is so-called Iso-takeshima. Rich in bamboo,
fish and sealions) These two are uninhibited islands. From there you can view
Korea, it is just like you view Onshu (Oki island) from Unshu (east of Shimane prefecture, mainland of ). So then, the northwest of Japan , we make this place to be the boundary. Japan