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E, a famous archer, B.C. about 2150,

XIY. vi.
E-yih, a person who retired from the

world, XVIII. viii.
E Yin, the minister of T'ang, XII.

xxii.

Fan Ch'e, byname Seu, and designated

Tsze-ch'e, adisciple of Confucius, II.

v., VI. xx., XII. xxi., xxii., XIII.

iv., xix.
Fan Seu,the same as Fan CA'e,XIII.iv.
Fang, a city in Loo, XIV. xv.
Fang-shuh, a musician of Loo, XVI11.

ix.

Gae, the honourable title of Tseang,

duke of Loo, B.C. 493—467, II. xix.,

III. xxi., VI. ii., XII. ix.
Gan P'ing, posthumous title of Gan

Ying, principal minister of Ts'e, V.

xvi.

Han, the river, XVIII. ix.

Hea dynasty, II. xxiii., III. ix., xxi.,

XV. x.

Heen, the name of Yuen Sze, a disciple
of Confucius, XVI. i.

Hwan, the three great families of Loo,
being descended from the Duke
Hwan, are called the descendants
of the three Hwan, II. v. note,

XVI. iii.

Hwan, the duke of T'se, B.C. 683—642,

XIV. xvi., xviii.
Hwan T'uy, a high officer of Sung,

VII. xxii.
Hwuy, Yen Hwuy, styled Tsze-yuen,

a disciple of Confucius, II. ix., V.

viii., VI. v., ix., IX. xix., XI. iii., x.,

xviii., xxii.
Hwuy of Lew-Hea, posthumous title

of Chen Hwo, an officer of Loo, XV.

xiii., XVIII. ii., viii.

Joo Pei, a man of Loo, XVII. xx.

Kan, the Master of the band at Loo,
XVIII. ix.

Kaou-tsung, the honourable epithet of
the Emperor Woo-ting, B.C. 1323—
1263, XIV, xliii.

Kaou-yaou, a minister of Shun, XII.
xxii.

Ke, a small state in which sacrifices to
the emperors of the Hea dynasty
were maintained by their descend-
ants, III. ix.

Ke, a small state in Sban-se, XVIII. i.

Ke family, the family of Ke K'ang of
Loo, III. i., vi., VI. vii., XI. xvi.,
XVI. i., XVIII. iii.

Ke-Hwan, or Ke Sze, the head of the

Ke family in the latter days of Con-
fucius, XVIII. iv.
Ke K'ang, the honourable epithet of

Ke-sun Fei, the head of one of the

three great families of Loo, II, xx.,

VI. vi., XI. vi., XIII. xvii., xviii.,

xix., XIV. xx.
Ke-kwa, an officer of Chow, XVIII.

xi.
Ke Loo, the same as Tsze-loo, V. xxv.,

XI. ii., xi., XIII. xiv., XVI.i.
Ke-sun, the same as Ke K'ang, XIV.

xxxviii., XVI. i.
Ke-suy, an officer of Chow, XVIII. xi.
Ke Tsze-jen, a younger brother of the

Ke family, XI. xxiii.
KeWan, posthumous title of Ke Hang-

foo, an officer of Loo, V. xix.
Kee-neih, a worthy of Ts'oo, XVIII.

vi.
Keen, a duke of Ts'e, XIV. xxii.
Keu-foo, a small city on the western

borders of Loo, XIII. xvii.
Keu Pih-yuh, the designation of Ken

Yuen, an officer of the State of Wei,

XIV. xxvi., XV. vi.
K'eueh, a name of a village, XIV.

xlvii.
Keueh, a musician of Loo, XVIII. iv.
Kew, brother of the Duke Hwan of

T'se, XIV. xvii., xviii.
K'ew, Confucius' name, XIV. xxxiv.,

XVIII. vi.
K'ew, the name of Yen Yew, a disciple

of Confucius, V. vii., VI. vi., XI.

xvi., xxi., xxiii., xxv., XVI. i.
Kih Tsze-shing, an officer of the State

of Wei, XII. viii.
King, a duke of Ts'e, XII. xi., XVI.

xii., XVIII. iii.
King, a scion of the ducal family of

Wei, XIII. viii.
K'ung, Confucius, IX. ii., XIV. xii.,

XVIII. vi.
Kung-Ch'o, M'ting Kung-cho, XIV.

xiii.
Kung-ming Kea, XIV. xiv.
Kung-pih Leaou, a relative of the duke

of Loo, XIV. xxxviii.
Kung-se Hwa, Tsze-hwa, a disciple of

Confucius, VII. xxxiii., XI. xxi.,

xxv.
Kung-shan Fuh-jaou, a confederate of

Yang Ho, XVII. v.
Kung-shuh Wan, an officer of the State

of Wei, XIV. xiv., xix.
Kung-sun Ch'aou, of Wei, XIX. xxii.
K'ung Wan, posthumous title of Tsze-

yu, an officer of Wei, V. xiv.
Kung-yay Ch'ang, the son-in-law of

Confucius, V. i.

Kwan Chung, by name E Woo, chief
minister to the Duke Hwan of Ts'e,
B.C. 683-640, III. xxii., XIV. x.,
xvii., xviii,

K'wang, the name of a town, IX. v.,
XI. xxii.

Laou, surnamed K'in, and styled Tsze-

k;ae or Tsze-chang, a disciple of

Confucius, IX. vi.
Le, the name of T'ang, founder of the

Shang dynasty, XX. i.
Le, a son of Confucius, who died early,

XI. vii.
Leaou,. a musician of Loo, XVIII.

ix.
Lin Fang, styled Tsze-k'ew, a man of

Loo, supposed to have been a disciple

of Confucius, III. iv., vi.
Ling, a duke of Wei, XIV. xx., XV. i.
Loo, the native State of Confucius, II.

v. note, III. xxiii., V. ii., VI. xxii.,

IX. xiv., XL xiii., XIII. vii., XIV.

xv., XVIII. iv., vi., x.

Mang Che-fan, named Tsih, an officer

of Loo, VI. xiii,
Mang Chwang, the head of the Mang
family, anterior to Confucius' time,

XIX. xviii.
MangE, the posthumous title of Wang-
sun, the head of the Mang family,

II. v.
Mang family, one of the three great

families of Loo, XVIII. iii., XIX.

xix.
Mang King, honorary title of Chung-
sun Ts'ee, son of Mang Woo, VIII.

iv.
Mang Kung-ch'o, the head of the Mang

or Chung-sun family, in the time of

Confucius, XIV. xii.
Mang-sun, named Ho-ke, the same as

Mang E, II. v.
Mang Woo, honorary title of Che, the

son of Mang E, II. vi., V. vii.
Min, the music-master of Loo, XV. xli.
Min, Min Tsze-kleen, XI. xii.
Min, Tsze-k'een, named Sun, a disciple

of Confucius, VI. vii., XL ii., iv.,

xiii.
Mung, the eastern, the name of a

mountain, XVI. i.

Nan-kung K'wob, supposed to be the

same as Nan Yung, XIV. vi.
Nan-tsze, the wife of the duke of Wei,

and sister of Prince Chaou, VI. xxvi.
Nan-yung, a disciple of Confucius, V.

i., XL v.
Ngaou, the son of Han Tsuh (e.g.

2100), XIV. vi.

Ning Woo, honorary epithet of Ning
Yu, an officer of Wei, V. xx.

P'ang, an ancient worthy, VII. i.
Pe, a place in the state of Loo, VI. vii.,

Xl.xxiv., XVI. i., XVII. v.
Pe-kan, an uncle of the tyrant Chow,

XVIII. i.
P'e Shin, a minister of the State of

Ch'ing, XIV. ix.
Peen, the name of a city, XIV. x.
Peen, a city in Loo, XIV. xiii.
Peih Heih, commandant of Chung

Mow, in the State of Tsin, XVII.

vii.
Pih family, XIV. x.
Pih-e, honorary epithet of a worthy

of the Shang dynasty, V. xxii., VII.

xiv., XVI. xii., XVIII. viii.
Pih-kwoh, an officer of Chow, XVIII.

xi.
Pih-new, the denomination of Tsae

Kang, surnamed Yen, a disciple of

Confucius, VI. viii., XL ii.
Pih-ta, an officer of Chow, XVIII. xi.
Pih-yu, the eldest son of Confucius,

XVI. xiii., XVII. x.

Seang, a musician of Loo, XVIII. ix.

See, the State of, XIV. xii.

Seen, an officer under Kung-shuh Wan,

XIV. xix.
Shang, name of Tsze-hea, a disciple of

Confucius, III. viii., XI. xv.
Shaou, the music of Shun, III. xxv.

VII. xiii.
Shaou Hwuh, minister of Duke Hwan's

brother, Kew, XIV. xvii.
Shaou-leen, a person belonging to one

of the barbarous tribes of the East,

who retired from the world, XVIII.

viii.
She, a district in the State of Ts'oOjVII.

xviii., XIII. xvi.
She-shuh, named Yew-keih, an officer

of Ch'ing, XIV. ix.
Shih-mun, one of the frontier passes

between Ts'e and Loo, XIV. xli.
Shin Ch'ang, styled Tsze-chow, a dis-
ciple of Confucius, V. x.
Show-yang mountain, in Shan-se,XVI.

xii.
Shuh-hea, an officer of Chow, XVIII.

xi.
Shuh-sun, one of the three great fami-
lies of Loo, II. v., note.
Shuh-sun, Woo-shuh, a chief of the

Shuh-sun family, XIX. xxiii., xxiv.
Shuh-ts'e, honorary epithet of a

worthy of the Shang dynasty, V.

xxii., VII. xiv., XVI. xii., XVIII.

Sbuh-yay, an officer of Chow, XVIII.

xi.
Shun, the emperor, VI. xxviii., VIII.

xviii., xxv XII. xxii., XIV. xlv.,

XV. iv., XX. i.
Sin, Tsang-sin, a disciple of Confucius,

IV. xv., XI. xvii.
Sung, a State in which sacrifices to the

emperors of the Hea dynasty were

maintained by their descendants,

III. ix., VI. xiv.
Sze, the name of Tsze-chang, a disciple

of Confucius, XI. xv., xvii.
Sze-ma New, named Kang, a brother

of H wan T'uy, and a disciple of Con-
fucius, XII, iii., iv., v.

Ta-heang, the name of a village, IX. ii.

T'ae mountain, on the border between
Loo and Ts'e, III. vi.

T'ae pih, the eldest son of King T'ae,
and grandfather of Wan the founder
of the Chow dynasty, VIII. i.

Tan-fae Mee-ming, styled Tsze-yu, a
disciple of Confucius, VI. xii.

T'ang, the dynastic name of the em-
peror Yaou, VIII. xx.

T'ang, the founder of the Shang dy-
nasty, XII. xxii., XX. i.

T'ang, the State of, XIV. xii.

Teen, the name of Tsang Sih, father
of Tsang Sin, and a disciple of Con-
fucius, XI. xxv.

Ting, the posthumous epithet of Sung,
prince of Loo, III. xix., XIII. xv.

T'o, an officer of the State of Wei,
styled Tsze-yu, VI. xiv., XIV. xx.

Tsae Go, by name Yu, and styled Tsze-
go, a disciple of Confucius, III.
xxi., VI. xxiv., XI. ii., XVII. xxi.

Tsae Yu, a disciple of Confucius, who
slept in the day time, the same as
the preceding, V. ix.

Ts>ae, the State of, XL ii., XVIII. ix.

Tsang Sih, named Teen, the father of
Tsang Sin, and a disciple of Con-
fucius, XI. xxv.

Tsang Sin, styled Tsze-yu, a disciple
of Confucius, I. iv., ix., IV. xv.,
VIII. iii.—vii., XII. xxiv., XIV.
xxviii., XIX. xvi.—xix.

Tsang Wan, the honorary title of Tsang-
sun Shin, a great officer of Loo, V.
xvii., XV. xiii.

Tsang Woo-chung, an officer of Loo,
XIV, xiii., xv.

Ts'e, the State of, V. xviii., VI. iii.,
xxii.,VII.xiii.,XIV.xxii.,XVI. iii.,
XVIII. iii., iv., ix.

Tsee-yu, the designation of one Luh
T'ung, of Ts'oo, who feigned himself
mad to escape public service, XVI II. v.

Tseih, How-tseih, the minister of agri-
culture to Yaou and Shun, XIV. vi.

Tseih-teaouK'ae, styled Tsze-jo, a dis-
ciple of Confucius, V. v.

Ts'in, the State of, XIV. xvi., XVIII.
ix.

Tso-k'ew Ming, an ancient man of re-
putation, V. xxiv.

Ts'oo, the State of, XVIII. v., ix.

Ts'uy, a great officer of Ts'e, V. xviii.

Ts'ze, the name of Tsze-kung, a dis-
ciple of Confucius, I. xv., 111. xvii.,

V. viii., ix., VI. vi., XIV. xxxi.,
XV. ii., XVII. xxiv.

Tsze-ch'an, named Kung-sun K'eaou,
the chief minister of the State of
Ch'ing, V.xv., XIV.ix.,x.

Tsze-chang, the designation of Chuen-
sun Sze, a disciple of Confucius, II.
xviii., xxii., V. xviii., XL xix., XII.
vi., xiv., xx., XIV. xliii., XV. v.,
xli., XVII. vi., XIX. i, ii., iii.,
XX. ii.

Tsze-fuh King-pih, an officer of Loo,

XIV. xxxviii., XIX. xxiii.
Tsze-hea, the designation of Puh Sha?ig,

a disciple of Confucius, I. vii., II.
vii., III. viii., VI. xi., XI. ii., XII.
v., xxii., XIII. xxvii., xxviii., XIX.
iii.—xv.
Tsze-hwa, the designation of Kung-se,
named ChHh, a disciple of Confucius,

VI. iii.

Tsze-kaou, the designation of CWae, a
disciple of Confucius, XI. xxiv.

Tsze-kung, the designation of Twan-
muh Ts'ze, a disciple of Confucius,
I. xi, xv., II. xiii., III. xvii., V. iii.,
viii., xi., xii., xiv., VI. xxviii., VII.
xiv., IX. vi., xii., XI. ii., xii., xv.,
XII. vii., viii., x., xxiii., XIII. xx.,
xxiv., XIV. xviii., xxx., xxxi.,
xxxvii., XV. ii., v., xxiii., XVII.
xix., xxiv., XIX. xx.—xxv.

Tsze-loo, the designation of Chung-
yew, often named simply Yew, a
disciple of Confucius, II. xvii., V.
vi., vii., xiii., xxv., VI. xxvi., VII.
x., xxxiv., IX. xi., xxvi., X. xviii.,
XL xii., xiv., xxi., xxiv., xxv., XII,
xii., XIII. i., iii., xxviii., XIV,
xiii., xvii., xxiii., xxviii., xli., xlv.,

XV. i., XVII. v., vii., xxiii., XVIII.
vi., vii.

Tsze-sang Pih-tsze, VI. i., VII. xviii.
Tsze-se, the chief minister of Ts'oo,

XIV. x.
Tsze-ts'een,the designation of PeihPuh-

ts'e, a disciple of Confucius, V. ii.
Tsze-wan, surnamed Tow, and named

Kuh-yu-t'oo, chief minister of Ts'oo,,

V. xviii.

Tsze-yew, or Yen Yew, the designation
of Yen Yen, a disciple of Confucius,
IT. vii., VI. xii., XI. ii., XVII. iv.,
XIX. xii.s.

Tsze-vu, a minister of the State of
Ch'ing, XIV. ix.

Tung-le, XIV. ix.

Wan, the king, VIII. xx., IX. v.,

XIX. xxii.
Wan, a duke of Tsin, XIV, xvi.
Wan, a river dividing the States of

Ts'e and Loo, VI. vii.
Wang-sun Kea, a great officer of Wei,

III. xiii., XIV. xx.
We-shang Mow, XIV. xxxiv.
Wei, the State of, VII. xiv., IX. xiv.,

XIII. iii., vii., viii., ix., XIV. xx.,

xlii., XV. i., XIX. xxii.
Wei, one of the three families which

governed the State of Tsin, XIV.

xii.
Wei-shang Kaou, V. xxiii.
Wei, asmall State in Shan-se, XVIII. i.
Woo, the State of, VII. xxx.
Woo, the founder of the Chow dy-
nasty, VIII. xx., XIX. xxii.
Woo, the music of King Woo, III.

xxv.
Woo, a musician of Loo, XVIII. ix.
Woo-ma K'e, VII. xxx.
Woo-shing, the name of a city in Pe,

VI. xii.. XVII. iv.

Yang, a musician of Loo, XVIII.

ix.
Yang Foo, a disciple of Tsang-sin,

XIX. xix.
Yang Ho, or Yang Hoo, the principal

minister of the Ke family, XVII. i.
Yaou, the emperor, VI. xxviii., VIII.

xix., XIV. xiv., XX. i.
Yellow river, XVIIl. ix.

Yen, Yen Yew,VI. iii., XVII. iv.

Yen Hwuy, styled Tsze-yuen, a dis-
ciple of Confucius, VI. ii., XI. vi.

Yen Klew, Yen Yew, VI. x., XI.
xxiii., XIV. xiii.

Yen-loo, the father of Hwuy, XI. vii.

Yen Pih-new, named Tsze Kang, a
disciple of Confucius, XI. ii.

Yen Yew, named K'ew, and designated
Tsze-yew„ a disciple of Confucius,
III. vi., V. vii., VI. iii., VII. xiv.,
XL ii., xii., xxi., xxv., XIII. ix.,
xiv., XVI.i., XIX. xii.

Yen Yuen, named Hwuy, and styled
Tsze-yuen, a disciple of Confucius,
V. xxv., VII. x., IX. x., xx., XI. ii.,
vii., viii., xix., xxii., XII. i., XV. x.

Yew, Chung Yew, styled Tsze-loo, a
disciple of Confucius, II. xvii., V.
vi., vii,, VI. vi., IX. xi., xxvi., XI.,
xii., xiv., xvii., xx., xxi., xxiii., XII.
xii., XIII. iii., XV. iii., XVI. i.,
XVI. viii.

Yew Jo, styled Tsze-jo, and Tsze-
yew, a disciple of Confucius, I. ii.,
xii., xiii., XII. ix.

Yin dynasty, II. xxiii., III. ix., xxi.,
VIII, xx,. XV. x., XVIIL i.

Yu, the emperor, VIII. xviii., xxi.,
XIV. vi., XX. i.

Yu, the dynastic name of the Emperor
Shun, VIII. xx.

Yu, the historiographer of Wei, XV.
vi.

Yu, Tsae Go, XVII. xxi.

Yu-chungjOiWoo-chungjVIII. i. note,
XVIII. viii.

Yuen Jang, a follower of Laou-tsze,
XIV. xlvi.

Yuen Sze, named Hten, a disciple of
Confucius, VI. iii.

Yun-yen Yung, styled Chung-kimg^ a
disciple of Confucius, V. iv., VI. i.

INDEX III.

OF SUBJECTS IN THE GREAT LEARNING.

Ability and worth, importance of a
Ruler appreciating and using, comm.,
x. 14, 16.

Analects, quotations from the, comm.,
iv., x. 15.

Ancients, the, illustrated illustrious
virtue how, text, 4. j

Empire, the, rendered peaceful and
happy, text, 5, comm., x.

Family, regulating the, text, 4, 5,
comm., viii., ix.

Heart, the rectification of the, text, 4,
5, comm., vii.

Illustration of illustrious virtue, text, 1,
4, comm., i.

Kings, why the former are remem-
bered, comm., iii. 4, 5.

Knowledge, perfecting of, text, 4, 5,
comm., v.

Litigations, it is best to prevent, comm.,
iv.

Master, the words of the, quoted, comm.,

iii. 2, iv.
Measuring square, principle of the,

comm., x.
Middle kingdom, the, comm., x. 15.
Mind, rectifying the, text, 4, 5, comm.,

vii.

Odes, quotations from the, comm., ii,

3, iii., ix. 6,- 7, 8, x. 3, 4, 5.
Order of steps in illustrating virtue,

text, 3, 4, 5.

Partiality of the affections, comm., viii.
Passion, influence of, comm., vii.
People, renovation of the, text, 1,
comm., ii.

INDEX IV.

^Perfecting of knowledge, the, text, 4,

5, comm., v.
Person, the cultivation of the, text, 4,

5, 6, comm., vii., viii.

Renovation of the people, the, text, 1,

comm., ii.
Resting in the highest excellence, text,

1, 2, comm., iii.
Root, the, and branches, text, 3, comm.,

iv.; cultivation of the person the,

text, 6; virtue the, comm., x. 6, 7, 8.

Secret watchfulness over himself, cha-
racteristic of the superior man,
comm., vi. 1.

Shoo-king, the, quotations from, comm.,
i. 1,2,3, ii. 2, ix. 2, x.-ll, 14.

Sincerity of the thoughts, text, 4, 5,
comm., vi.

State, the government of the, text, 4, 5,
comm., ix.> x.

Steps by which virtue may be illus-
trated, text, 4, 5.

Superior man, character of the, comm.,
ii. 4.

Superior, and mean man, comm., vi.

Virtue, illustrious, text, comm., ii.; the
root, comm., x. 6, 7, 8.

Wealth a secondary object with a
ruler, comm., x. 7, &c.

OF PROPER NAMES IN THE GREAT LEARNING.

Ch'ing, the philosopher, Introductory

note, comm., v. note.
Chow, the State of, comm., ii, 3.
Chow, the tyrant, comm., ix. 4.
Confucius, concluding note to text.

Pan, the uncle of Duke Wan, comm.,
x. 13.

K'ang, honorary epithet of Fung,
brother of King Woo, comm., i. 1, ii.
2, ix. 2,x. 11.

K'e, the riame of a river, comm., iii. 4.

Kee, the tyrant, comm. ix. 4.

MangHeen, honorary epithet of Chung-
sun Mee, a worthy minister of Loo,
comm., x. 22.

Mencius, concluding note to text.

Shun, the emperor, comm., ix. 4.

T'ae Kea, the second emperor of the
Shang dynasty, comm., i. 2.

T'ang, the emperor, comm., ii. 1.

Tsang,the philosopher, concluding note
to text, comm., vi. 3.

Ts'in, the State of, comm., x. 14.

Ts'oo; the State of, comm., x. 12.

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