To the king, my Lord, my God and Sun, thus speaks
Shuwardata, your servant, the dust under your feet. At the feet of my Lord, the
king, my God and Sun, I have prostrated myself seven times seven times . The
king, my Lord, has sent me to do battle with Keilah. After the fighting there
is peace. My city has been preserved for me.
Why has Abdu-Heba asked of the people of Keilah to accept
silver and stand behind him? The king, my Lord, ought to know, that
Abdu-Heba  has conquered my city.
Moreover, may the king, my Lord, examine me. If I have taken one man, one ox or one ass from him, then he is in the right.
Moreover, Labayu  who conquered our cities has died and Abdu-Heba is a second Labayu taking our cities. May the king judge his servant according to his deeds. He will do nothing until the king conveys his will to his servant.
Ruler of Jerusalem
 Ruler of Shechem