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The king spoke to this effect:
'O duke,
you are the enlightener and sustainer of my youth.
You have set forth the great and illustrious virtues,
that I, notwithstanding my youth, may display a brilliant merit like that of Wen and Wu,
reverently responding to the favouring decree of Heaven;
and harmonize and long preserve the people of all the regions,
settling the multitudes (in Luo);
and that I may give due honour to the great ceremony (of recording) the most distinguished (for their merits),
regulating the order for the first places at the sacrifices,
and doing everything in an orderly manner without display.
But your virtue, O duke, shines brightly above and beneath,
and is displayed actively throughout the four quarters.
On every hand appears the deep reverence (of your virtue) in securing the establishment of order,
so that you fail in nothing of the earnest lessons of Wen and Wu.
。」It is for me, the youth, (only) to attend reverently, early and late, to the sacrifices.'
The king said,
'Great, O duke, has been your merit in helping and guiding me;
。」 let it ever continue so.'


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