Of [our] admirable, amiable, sovereign, Most illustrious is the excellent virtue. He orders rightly the people, orders rightly the officers, And receives his dignity from heaven, Which protects and helps him, and [confirms] his appointment, By repeated acts of renewal from heaven.
[So] does he seek for the emoluments of dignity, [and obtain] all blessings, - Thousands and hundreds of thousands of descendants, Of reverent virtue and admirable character, Fit to be rulers [of States], fit to be king, Erring in nothing, forgetful of nothing, Observing and following the old statutes.
[May they] manifest all self-restraint in deportment, And their virtuous fame be without fail! Without resentments, without dislikes, [May they] give free course to [the good among] the officers, Receiving blessing without limit, And regulating all within the four quarters [of the kingdom]!