Inscription Yun-ling is south of the city, surrounded by a group of mountains, extending to the forested mountain base. Its precipitous cliffs divide the waters into deep pools and winding streams. Above the numerous maples, cedars, and bamboo the animals wail, below the rushes and various aqueous plants the fish prance, obscuring the universe and inundating the village gate. Truly the worthies wander there. When Cui-gung came he managed the household like a shop in an honest way, bringing happiness to the people and joy to himself. On the occasion of a relative's marriage in the late spring. For Mr. Su-fu, in the autumn, the ninth month of Yi-you (1825). Li-bu.