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Bad heart, king Muh sreaks of his, V. xxvi. 3.

Bamboo-mats. V. xxii. 15, 18. arrows of Suy.

10.

Banishment, II. i. 11,12,20: III. i. Pt. ii. 21. 22.
Barbarous tribes, invasion of, V. xxviii. 2. See
Wild.

Barter established by Yu, II. iv 1.

Battle, rules to be observed in, V. ii. 7—10.

— of Muh, V. iii. 9.

Bears and grisly bears, brave men compared to.

V. ii. 9: xxiii, 5. Comp. II. i. 22.
Bell, a wooden-tongued, III, iv. 3.
Bench, the gem-adorned, V. xxii 2, 15, 17, 24.

— and others used at a funeral, 16, 18.
Benevolence, of T'ang, IV. ii. 5 : iv. 3 : v. Pt. ii. 5.
Benevolent, the people cherish the, IV. v. Pt.

iii. 1.

Birth of a son, the commencement of a dynasty

compared to the, V. xii. 19.
Boasting destroys merit, IV. viii. Pt. ii. 7.
Boat, a good minister like a, IV. viii. Pt. i. 6.
Body-guards of king Woo, V. ii. 2.
Bow of Ho, the, V. xxii. 19.
Bows and arrows, red and black, V. xxviii. 4.
Branding used as a punishment, V. xxvii. 3, 18.
Bribery, warning against, V. xxvi. 8: xxvii. 16.

— among the people of Meaou, 12.
Brilliant success of Wan and Woo, V. xxii. 5:

xxvi. 2.

Brotherly duties, evil of neglecting, V. ix. 16.
Builder, YuC a, IV. viii. Pt. i. 3.
Bull, a, used in sacrifice, V. xii. 5: xiii. 29.
Businesses, the five, V. iv. 4, 6.

c

Calamities sent from heaven by ancestors, IV.
vii. Pt. ii. 11—14.

— sent down on the house of Chow, V. vii. 1.

2. 13.

— on Yin, V. xiv. 17.

— sent by Heaven may be avoided, &c, IV. v.

Pt. ii. 3.
Calendar of Yaou, I. 3—8.

— of Shun, II. i. 8.

— elements of the, V. iv. 8.
Camp-followers, order respecting, V. xxix. 4.
Canon of Yaou, Pref. 1 : I. title.

— of Shun, Pref. 2 : II. i. title.
Canons of Yu, ill. iii. 8.
Capital, removal of the, IV. vii.

— the, should be in a high situation, Pt. iii. 4.

— reasons for removal of the, Pt. 1. 2; Pt, iii.

5, 6, 7.

— at Lo, building of the, V. xii.

Caps worn at a funeral, V. xxii. 21, 22, 23.
Captains of thousands and of hundreds, V. ii. 2.
Carefulness, constant, IV. ii. 9.
Carriages imperial used at a funeral, V. xxii. 20.
Castration used as a punishment, V. xxvii, 3, 18.

Cattle of the army, order respecting, V. xxix.
3, 4.

Caution necessary from first to last, V. xvii. 4,

5: xx. 19: xxiv. 13.
Cautions to the Viscount of Wei, V. viii. 4, 5.
Censorship, duty of, II. iv. 5: IV. iv. 7.
Centre of the land, US the, V. xii. 14.
Ceremonies of Shun, II. i. 6—9, xxii. 12—29.

— on the death of a king, V. xxii. 12—29.
Chamberlain, Pih-keuug appointed High, V.

xxvi. 4.

Change of the people of Yin in the course of a

generation, V. xxiv. 3, 4.
Character of the people of Yin, bad, V. xxiv. 10.
Charge, the to YuC, IV. viii. title.

— to the Viscount of Wei, V. viii. title.

— to Chung of Tsae, xvii. title.

— to Keun-ch'in, xxi. 1.

— the Testamentary, xxii. title.

— to the duke of Peih xxiv. title.

— to Keung, xxvi. title.

— to prince Wftn, V. xxviii. title.

Chief mourner, the king's son the, V. xxii. 11.
Chronology, subjects of, V. iv. 8.
Coats buttoned on the left, V. xxiv. 13.
Coffer, the Metal-bound, V. vi. title, 11, 16.
Communication, the minister of, II. i. 25.

— between heaven and earth stopped, V. xxvii.

6.

Completion of the War, V. iii. title.
Compliments between Shun and his ministers,

11. ii. 2—8.

— between T'ae-keil and E Yin, IV. v. Pt. ii. 2

—7.

— between Woo-ting and YuS, IV. viii. Pt. ii.

12, 13; Pt. iii. 11.

— to the duke of Chow, V. xiii. 14—21.
Confession of T'ae-kca, IV. v. Pt. ii. 3.
Confidence between Fung and the duke of Chow,

V. ix. 14.
Conquest of Le, IV. x. title.
Constitution of man conferred by Heaven, V.

iv. 2.

Contempt of parents often manifested by the
sons of the industrious, V. xv. 2.

Contrast between the present and past conduct
of Ching's ministers, V. vii. 13.

Conveyances, four, II, iv. 1.

— by water, III. i. passim.

— by ox-carts, V. x. 6.

Co-operation of king Ching, the duke of Chow
seeks the, V. xiii M.

— of prince Shih, xvi. 16.

— of the princes of Yin, king Citing seeks the,

xviii. 21.

— of all the princes, king K'ang seeks the,

xxiii. 6.

Corruption of morals follows the long enjoyment
of emolument in families, V. xxiv. 9.

Counsellors, different kinds of, V. xxx. 4, 5.

Counsels to the twelve pastors of provinces, II.
i. 16.

— of the great Yu, IL ii. title: III. iv. 2.

— T'ang's, to his princes, IV. iii. 7, 9.

— E. Yin's, to Tae-kea, IV. iv.: V. VI. 6—9.
Covetousness discouraged, IV. vii. Pt. ii. 14,

Pt. iii. 10, 12.
Crafty counsellors, V. xxx. 5.
Crime, the minister of, II. i. 20 : ii. 11: V. iv. 7:

xix. 24: xx. 11 : xxvii. 9.

Crimes of Kee, IV. i. 1,—3: V. xiv. 5: xviii. 4.

— of Show, IV. x. 2, 6, 7: V. i. Pt. ii. 5: ii. 5,

6: x. 11 : xii. 10: xiv. 9.

— how to deal with great, V. ix. 8, 10. 15, 16.

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Daily renewal of virtue, IV. ii. 8 : vi. 6.
Dancing habits of Yin, the, V. xxii. 19.
Dark-coloured victim, T'aug offers to God, a,

IV. iii. 4.

Days of the month, IV. Pt. ii, 1.

— and of the cycle of sixty, IV. iv. 1: V. i. Pt.

ii. 1 ; Pt. iii. 1: ii. 1: iii. 1, 3.9: xii. I—«:
xiii. 3, 29: xiv. 1: xviii. 1: xxii. 1, 2, 10, 12:
xxiv. 1: xxix. 5.
Death of Yaou, II. i. 13.

— of Shun, II. i. 28.

— the duke of Chow prays for his own, instead

of the king's, V. iv. 5, 6, 7.

— of king Woo, V. vi. 12.

— of king Cliing, xxii. 10.

— punishment of, on whom, and by whom to be

inflicted, V. ix. 8—10.

— punishment of, for drunkenness, V. x. 14, 16.

— redemption of the punishment of, V. xxvii.

18.

Decision, the necessity of, V. xx. 17.

Declaration, the Great, V. i. title.

Decree of Heaven, presumptuous confidence in

the, IV. x. 5: V. i. Pt. i. 6 : Pt. ii. 5 : xviii.

3, 5, 14.

— not constant, V. ix. 23: xvi. 2—6.
Defiant reply of Show, IV. x. 5.
Degeneracy of Banking's ministers, IV. vii.

Pt. i. 7.

— of the sons of hard-working people frequent,

V. xv. 2.

— causes the loss of the favour of Heaven, V.

xvi. 4.

Deliberation to be exercised in criminal cases,

V. ix. 12 : xxvii. 12—22.
Deluge of Yaou, the, I. 11: H. ii. 14 : iv. 1: V.

iv. 3.

— Yu's labours on the, III. i.
Demoralization of the people in Show's reign,

IV. x. 3: xi. 2.
Dependence of the emperor on his ministers,
II. iv. 3, 4: IV. v. Pt. i. 3.

— on his people, IV. v. Pt. ii. 2: vi. 11.
Devotion of the Grand-tutor to his dynasty, IV.

xi. 8, 9.

Diligence, the necessity of, V. xx. 17: xxi. 3:
xxvii. 13.

Disease, a laborious situation compared to a. V.
ix. 6, 9.

Dissipation of the emperor T'ae-k'ang, III. iii.
1. 6.

— of the tyrant Show, IV. x. 2.

— of Kef, V. xviii. 4.

Divination, practised by Shun, II. ii. 18.

— by Pwan-kang, IV. vii. l't. i. 2.

— by king Woo, V. i. l't. ii. 5: iv. 20—31: vii. 9.

— by Woo's ministers, V. vi. 2, 8, 9, 18.

— by king Ching, V. vii. 3—9, 15.

— by the duke of Chow, V. xii. 2: xiii. 3, 4.
Domains, or Tenures, the live, II. iv 8: HI, i.

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Early, T'ang rose, IV. v. Pt. i. 5.

Early life of Woo-ting, IV. viii. Pt. iii. 1.

Ears, cutting off the, as a punishment, V. ix.

10: xxvii. 8.
Earth, sacrifices to the great, V. i. Pt. i. 10.

See Heaven.
Ease, Against Luxurious, V. xiv. title.

— people generally love their, V. xxx. 2.
Eastern frontier, the, V. xxi. 1: xxiv. 1.
Eclipse of the sun, III. iv. 4.

Education, king Woo's attention to, V. iii 10.
Effort, necessity of, IV. v. Pt. iii. 8: V. ix 6:
xiii. 13.

— on behalf of the people encouraged, W. vii,

Pt. iii, 10, 12.
Eight objects of government, V. iv. 4. 7.

— savage tribes, V. v. 1.

Elders, the duty of respecting, IV. iv. 4: V.
xii. 12.

Eldest son of God, the emperor the, V. xii. 6,13.
Elements, the five, II. ii. 7: HI. V. 3: 9. iv. 3,4,5.
Embroidery, II. iv. 4.

Emergencies, preparation for, IV. viii. Pt. ii. 8.
Emolument, the long enjoyment of, in families

corrupts their morals, V. xxiv. 9.
Emperor, the, should endeavour to keep the

affections of the people, III. iii. 4, 5.

— T'ang, the fellow and equal of Heaven, IV.

v. Pt. iii. 3: viii. Pt. iii. 10.

— inauguration of an, V. xxii. 28—29.

— the great, xxvii. 5, 7. See Example.
Enemy, Show, the, of the people, V. i. Pt. iii. 4.
Enigmatical reply of the tortoise, V. vii. 3, 15.
Ensign of king Woo, V. ii. 1.

Entreats, the duke of Chow, Shih to assist him
in the government, V. xvi. 16, 17, 19—21.

Entrenchments, soldiers forbidden to leave the,
V. xxix. 4.

Errors, T'ang changed his. IV. ii. 5.

— king Muh acknowledges his, V. xxvi. 3.
Establishment of Government. The, V. xix. title.
Evil, all acts of, contribute to disorder, V. xvii. 4.
Examination of doubts, V. iv. 20—31.

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Example, importance of emperor's, II. iii. 5: iv.
7, 11: IV. ii. 8.

— of freedom from luxurious ease, V. XV. 4—G,

8—11, 16, 17.

— of the duke of Chow, V. xxi. 2.

— Kenya urged to follow the, of his grand-

father and father, V. xxv. 3, 6, 7.
Exhortations to officers, various, V. xx. 15—20.
Expedition, Yu's, against the Meaouites, II. ii.

20, 21.

— of Yin, III, iv. title.

— of Icing Ching to the east, V. vii. 15.
against the wild tribes of the Hwae and of

Seu, V. xxix. 1.
Extravagance of the tyrant Show, V. i. Pt. i. 5.

— comes with emolument unperceived, xx. 18.
Extremities, the six, V. iv. 4.

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Face, virtue not to be judged by the, V. xix. 2.

— the appearance of the, may help the judg-

ment in criminal cases, V. xxvii. 17.
Fame of Yu universal, III. i. Pt. ii. 23.

— of the duke of Peih will be inexhaustible, V.

xxiv. 14.

Familiarity, against improper, V. v. 4.
Fashions, thre econdemncd by T'ang, IV. iv. 17.
Father, duty of a, to love his children, V. ix. Hi.

— how a son may cover the faults of his, xvii.

2, 8.

— Kenya urged to follow the example of his,

xxv. 3, 6, 7.

Faults, king Mull acknowledges his, V. xxvi. 3.
Favouritism, against, IV. viii. Pt. ii. 5, 9.

— of the tyrant Show, V. i. Pt. i. 5: ii. 6.
Feet, cutting off the, as a punishment, V. xxvii.

18.

Fellow, T'ang was the, of God, IV, v. Pt. iii. 3:

viii. Pt. iii. 10.
Fidelity of ministers urged, II. iv. 5: IV. ir. 7.
Figures, emblematic, of the ancients, II. iv. 4.
Filial piety enforced, IV. v. Pt. ii. 7: V. x. 6:

xvii. 2, 3.

— duty, Ching's sense of, V. vii. 11.

— neglect of. abhorred by all, ix. 16.

— of prince Wftn, xxviii, 3.

Fines, the five redemption, instituted by king

Muh, V. xxvii. 15, 17, 18.
Fire, a minister of Heaven compared to, III, iv. 6.
Five tokens of gem, II. i. 7.—kinds of gems, V.

xxii. 19.

1— duties, ceremonies, habiliments, punishments,
Ac., II. iii. 6.

— punishments, V. xxvii. 3, 12, 13, 17, 22.

— colours, and notes, II. iv. 4.

■— coloured earths, III. i. Pt. i. 35.

— presidents, II, iv. 8.

— elements. III. ii. 3: V. iv. 3, 4, 5.

— Sons, III. iii. title.

— constant virtues, V. i. Pt. iii. 2.

— orders of nobility, V. iii. 10.

— relations, II. i. 19: IV. iv. 5: V. iii. 10: iv. 2,

3 : xx. 8: xxv. 4.

— statements, redemption fines, cases of error,

V. xxvii. 15, 16.

— happinesses, V. iv. 4, 9, 39.

— businesses, V. iv. 4, 6.

— arrangements, V. iv. 4, 8.

— domains or tenures. See Domains.

Five hundred le, division of the country by dis-
tances of, III. i. Pt. ii. 18-22.

Flatterers, king Muh warns Kcung against, V.

xxvi. 5, 6, 7.
Flattery of superiors, a custom of the Shang

dynasty, V. xxiv. 8.
Flight, recommended to the Viscount of Wei,

IV. xi. 8.
Flood. See Deluge.

Foolish become wise by thinking, the, V. xviii.
17.

Forbearance, to be exercised towards the besot-
ted ministers of Yin, V. x. 15, 16.

— of Heaven towards Show, xviii. 17.

— in government, xxi. 7.

Foreign things, against making too much of, Vi
v. 8.

Forester, Shun's, II. i. 22.

— example of the, IV. v. Pt. i. 7.
Four Seas, II. i. 13; et passim.

— eminences, the. See Mountains.

— kingdoms, the imperial domain of Yin divid-

ed into, V. xiv. 21 : xviii. 2.

— classes of the people, V. xx. 12.
Fragrance, the, of perfect government influences

spirits, V. xxi. 3.

— of virtue, xxvii. 4.

Funeral ceremonies of king Ching, V. xxii. 12
—29.

Funerals, Woo taught attention to, V. Iii. 10,

G

Gem-Btone, Yu presents a, to the emperor, III.
i. Pt. ii. 23.

Gems used at a funeral, V. xxii. 15, 16, 17, 19.
General Regulator, appointment of Shun to be,
II. i. 2.

— do., of Yu, 17.

Gentleness and strictness to be combined in

government, V. xxi. 7.
Goat, a, used in sacrifice, V. xii. 5.
God, II. i. 6: iv. 2 : IV. i. 2 : ii. 3: iii. 2, 8: iv.

8: v. Pt. iii. 3 : vii. Pt. iii. 6: viii. Pt. i. 2:

V. i. Pt. i. 6, 7, 10; Pt. iii. 3: iii. 6: iv. 3,
15: vi. 7 : vii. 9, 13 : viii. 3: ix. 4: xii. 9, 14:
xiv. 2, 4, 5, 8, 10,13, 14 : xvi. 3,11,14: xviii.
4, 5 : xix. 2, 4, 5, 6: xxiii. 5: xxvii. 4, 12:
xxviii. 1.

Good, defined, IV. vi. 8.

— of the people, the object of government, IV.

viii. Ft. ii. 2.

— the people are born, V. xxi. 14.
Goodness, all acts of, contribute to government,

V. xvii. 4.

"Government, the object of, IV. viii. Pt. ii. 2.

— good, depends on officers, 5.

— the eight objects of, V. iv. 4, 7.

— three virtues of, iv. 17.

— the Establishment of, xix. title.

— happy result of Shun's, xxvii. 10.

— happy results of Win and Woo's, xxii. 5:

xxvi 2.

Grain beaten down by a storm, V. vi. 16, 19.
'Grand Tutor, IV. xi. 1: V. xx. 5 : xxiv. 2, 6, 12.

— Guardian, V. v. J : xii. 2, 8: xiii. 2 : xvi. 19:

xx. 5 : xxii. 3, 11, 23 : xxiii. 1, 2.

— Assistant, xx. 5.

— Historiographer, vi. 5,17: xix. 9, 24 : xxii. 23.

— banner, the merits of officers recorded on the,

xxv. 1.

Grass used in divination, II. ii. 18: V. iv. 20—31;

— the common people compared to, V. xxi. 4.

— mats of, used at a funeral, V. xxii. 17.

Great emperor, the, V. xxvii. 5, 7.

Guardian, the Junior, V. xx. 6.—the Grand.

See Grand.

Guards, imperial, V. ii. 2: xix. 1, 8: xxii. 3, 11,
21.

Guilt, T'ang's sentiments about, V. ix. 21.
— king Clang's do., ix. 21.

II

Habit becomes a second nature, IV. T. Pt. i. 9.
Habits, the dancing, of Yin, V. xxii. 19.
Happinesses, the five, V. iv. 4, 9, 39.
Hardships, king Ching complains of, V. vii. 8,
10.

— of the common people, xxv. 5.
Harmony, exhortation to, V. xviii. 26, 31.

— produced by T'ang's government, xix. 4.
Haughtiness, of Pwan-kilng's ministers, IV. vii.

Pt. i. 6—9.

Heart, keeping the, IV. viii. Pt. ii. 10.

Heaven, = the supreme Being, II. i. 8, 26: ii. 14,
17, 20, 21: iii. 5, 6, 7: iv. 2, 11; III. ii. 3:
iv. 2, 5, 6; IV. i. 1, 4: ii. 2, 3. 9: iii. 3, 5, 7:
iv. 2: v. Pt. i. 2; Pt. ii. 3; Pt. iii. 1: vi. 2,
8: vii. Pt. i. 3, 4; Pt. ii. 3, 9: viii. Pt. ii. 2,
3: ix. 3, 4 ; x. 2, 6; V. i. Pt. i. 7, 9, 10, 11;
Pt. ii. 3, 4, 5, 7; Pt. iii. 2, 3 ; ii. 7: iii. 5, ti,
7, 9: iv. 2, 3: vi. 7, 18, 19: vii. 1—i, 8—10,
13, 14, 15: ix. 4, 7, 16, 21: x. 2, 3, 7, 9, 11:
xii. 10—14, 17, 19, 20, 23. 24: xiii. 2, 4, 14,
xiv. 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 11,17, 18, 20, 21, 24: xv:

4, 13: xvi. 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 19, 20.
22: xviii. 3, 5, 6, 7. 12—19, 21, 22, 28, 29;
xxii. 6, 7, 25: xxiv. 9: xxvii. 11, 12, 13, 17,
21: xxviii. 2.

— the son of, = the emperor, III. iv. 5 : IV. x.

2: V. iv. 16: xxiii. 2.

— high, IV. ii. 3: iii. 4, 5: V. i. Pt. i. 4.

— great, II. ii. 4: IV. iv. 2 : v. Pt. ii. 2: vi. 3:

viii. Pt. iii. 10: V. i. Pt. i. 5: iii. 6: viii. 2:
xi. 6: xii. 14: xvi. 7: xvii. 4 : xxiii. 2, 5.

— -conferred seat (the throne), IV. v. Pt. iii. 1.

— compassionate, V. xiv. 2.

— and earth, V. i. Pt. i. 3; Pt. iii. 3: iii. 6: xx.

5, 6: xxvii. 6.

Heavenly, man's nature, IV. x. 3.

— city of Shang, V. xiv. 20.

— sounding stone, V. xxii. 19.

Heirs, Shun's punishments did not extend to the

criminals, II. ii. 12.
Hemp, an article of tribute, V. ii. 5.
Hens, crowing, V. ii 5.

Herald with his wooden-tongued bell, the, III.
iv. 3.

High Chamberlain, Pih-keung appointed, V.

xxvi. 4.
Historiographer. See Grand.
Hopeless wickedness of Show, V. i. Pt. i. 6.
Horses, bay, with red manes and tails, V. xxiii. 1.

— four, presented to prince Wan, xxviii. 4.
Hounds of Leu, The, V. v. title, 1.
Human nature. See Suture.

Humility, advantages of, II, ii. 21: IV. vi. 11:
viii. 4.

— of T-ae and Ke, V. xv. 8.

— of Wan, 10, 12.

— of king Muh, xxvi. I, 3. 4.

Hundred officers, Yaou and Shun established a,
V. xx. 3 ; Compare II. i. 2.

— Ilea and Shang had double the number, V.

xx. 3.

Hunting, king Wlin's moderation in, V. xv. 11.
Husbandman, the, must labour for a harvest,
IV. vii. Pt. i.9, 11. 7
Hypocrisy, against, V. xx. 18.

I

Ice, walking upon spring-, V. xxv. 2.
Idleness, warning against, IV. v. Pt. ii. 6; Pt.

iii. 5: vii. I't. iii. 2: V. ix. 6: xvii. 3: xx.

16: xxi. 3.

— the throne not a place for, IV. viii. Pt. ii. 2:

V. xiii. 21 : xv IS.

— the duke of Chow abjures, xvi. 21.

— of the tyrant Show, V. i. Pt. iii. 2 : xiv. 9:

xix. 5.

— of Kee, V. xiv 5 : xviii. 4.
Imitation of Heaven, IV. viii. Pt. ii. 3—10.
Impartiality of Shun's administration, V. xxviii.

11.

— inculcated, 21.

Imperial domain, the. III. i. Pt. ii. 18.
Indulgence in eating and drinking allowed when

duty is done, V. x. 7.
Inauguration of an emperor, V. xxii. 23—29.
Iniquity of Shang, full, V. i. Pt. i. 9.
Insanity, Show's government manifested, W.

xi. 3.

Inspection, tours of, II. i. ?: V. xx. 1, 14.

— Heaven's, of men, IV. ix. 3.
Instruction, the minister of, Pref, 62: II. i. 1ft:

V. ii. 2 : iv. 7: xi. 2 : xix. 10 : xx. 8: xxv.

notes.

Instructions of E, The, IV. iv. title.

— benefit of Yufi's, IV. viii. Pt. iii. 2.
Instructors raised up by Heaven, V. i. Pt. i. 7.

— of youth, responsibility, of, V. ix. 17.
Intelligences, spiritual, V. xxi. 3.
Intelligent man, a model, IV, viii, Pt. i. 1.

— kings, Pt. ii. 2.

— Heaven is all-, 3.

Invasion of barbarians, V. xxviii. 2.
Islands, the wild people of the, III. i. Pt. i. 10,
44.

Issues of Show's drunkenness, V. x. 11.

— great, depending on king Ching's making a

good commencement, V. xii. 19—23.

Judges, directions to, and qualifications of, V.

xxvii. 19, 20.
Judgment, things that may warp, V. xxvii. 16.
Junior Tutor, IV. xi. 1, 2: V. xx. 6.

— Assistant, xx. 6.

— Guardian, lb.

Justice should be tempered with forbearance,
III. iv. 6.

— strict, of Pwan-kang. IV. vii. Pt. i. 16.

— of king Willi's exactions, V. xv. 11, 12.

K

Kindness of T'ang, IV. ii. 5: iv. 3: v. Pt. ii. 5:
V. viii. 2.

— of Tsoo-kea, V. xv. 6.

— of Wan, xv. 10.

King, a, should overtop all others in virtue, V.
xii. 22.

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Kingdom, how T'ae-k'ang lost his, III, iii. 1.
Kings, the former, III. iv. 2 ; el scepe.
Knife, the red, V. xxii. 19.
Koo, the three, V. xx. 6.
Kung, the three, V. xx. 5.

Labours of Yu described, II. iv. 1 : III. i.

Lacquered bench, a, V. xxii. 18.

Laudation of the duke of Peih, V, xxiv. 5, 13.

— of the prince Wan, xxviii, 8.
Law officers, V. xix. 1, 2, 7, 16, 19.
Lawlessness of the people of Yin, V>xiv. IO,
Learning, Yuri's remarks on, IV. viii. Pt. iii. 2,

4, 5.

Leisure, king Wan had no, V. xv. 10. Leniency, in dealing with criminals, V. xi. 2: xii. 21.

— of Chow 'towards the people of Yin, V. xiv.

21—28 : xviii. 2, 20. Lessons of the ancients, IV. viii. Pt. iii. 3 : V. xxiv. 11. See Ancients.

— to be learnt from previous dynasties, V. xii.

17, 18.

— of the duke of Chow, V. xxi. 2—7.

— the great, xxii. 19: xxiv. 11.

Life of men, short or long according to their righteousness, IV. ix. 3 : V. xv. 4—7.

— Show thinks his, secured by the decree of

Heaven, IV. x. 5. Liking and disliking, not the measure of right

and wrong, IV. v. Pt. iii. 7. Litigations, Wan would not himself appear in,

V. xix. 13, 14, 16, 18, 21: xxiii. 5. Line which straightens wood, reproof like a, IV.

viii. Pt. i. 11. Longevity of several virtuous kings of Yin, V.

xv. 4—6.

— given to the just and intelligent, xvi. 10.

— of king Muh, V. xxvii. 1.

Lord of all the spirits, the emperor, IV. vi. 8. Love to relatives recommended, IV iv. 4. Loyal prayer, a, V. xi. 8, 12, 23, 24: xix. 28.

— offerings of the hereditary princes, V. xii. 8

24.

Luxurious Ease, Against, V. xv. title.
Luxury, extreme, of Show, V. xviii. 16.

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Maces rounded and pointed, V. xxii. 19.

— the great mace and mace-cover, 23, 26.

— half-mace, M.

Man, the most highly endowed of all creatures.

V. i. Pt. i. 8. Map of the new capital sent to king Clung, V.

xiii. 3. Marriage, of Shun, I. 12.

— of Yu, II. iv. 8.

Martial law of the emperor K'e, III, ii. 5.

— of Tang, IV. i. 4.

— the severity of, III. iv. 7: V. xxix. 5. Mats, different kinds of, employed at two funeral,

V. xxii 15—18. Mate of great Heaven, the king the, V. xii. 14. See Fellow.

Mean, a sovereign should set up the pattern of the. IV. ii. 8.

— exhortation to follow the, V. xvii. 7.

— the minds of the people cannot attain to the,

xxv. 4.

— the, in punishments, xxvii. 20, 22. Measures, discriminative, required in dealing

with the people of Yin, V. xxiv. 4, 7. Medicine, a minister's remonstrances like, IV.

viii. Pt. i. 8. Men, Yaou's anxiety to find right, I. 9—12.

— Slum's do, II. i. 15—27.

— importance of knowing, II. iii. 2, 3.

— right, IV. vi. 7.

Meritorious work, Ching charges the duke of Chow to complete his, V. xiii. 19—21.

Metal-bound Coffer, The, V. vi. title; 11, 16.

Middle kingdom, = China, V. xi. b' ;— Comp. III. i. Pt. ii. 15.

Midnight, king Muh rose at to meditate, V.

xxvi. 1.

Milfoil, divination by, V. iv. 20—31: xvi. 9. Military preparations recommended, V. xix. 22: xxiii. 3.

— department, xx. 10.

— orders, xxix. 3, 4.

Mind of Heaven, the, IV. vi. 3. Minister(s). the emperor's dependence on his, II. iv. 3, 4 : IV. viii. Pt. iii. 9 : V. xxv. 2, 3.

— duties of, II. iv. 5, 6, 11 : III. iv. 2, 3.

— respect due to, IV. v. Pt. ii. 7.

— how to choose, IV. vi. 7.

— YuC made prime, IV. viii. Pt. i.4. See Prime,

— Yu£ promises to get good, IV. viii. Pt. iii. 7.

— Show's and Woo's, V. i. Pt. i. 7 : Pt. ii. 6 : ii. 2.

— must not usurp the sovereign's prerogative,

iv. 18, 19.

— king Ching appeals to the old, vii. 10.

— Wan's, xvi. 12. 13.

— character of Wan's and Woo's, xxvi. 2.

— Shim's three, xxvii. 8.

— king P-ing deplores the want of able, xxviii.

2.

— a thoroughly good and a thoroughly bad,

xxx. 6, 7, 8.

Mirror, other people a, in which we may see ourselves, V. x. 12.

Mistakes, one should not be ashamed to confess, IV. viii. Pt. ii. 8.

Model, the duke of Chow commends himself as a, V. xiii. 10, 13.

Months. See Days.

Moral sense, God has given all men a, IV. iii. 2. Mountain, Shun sacrificd to the T'ae, H.'j. 8. Mountains, Chief of the four, I. 11, 12: II. i. 7. 15: V. xx. 3.

— the four, II. i. 8: V. xx. 14. Mourning for Yaou. II. i. 13.

— for 'Pang, IV. v. Pt. i. 10.

— Woo-ting'g silent, IV. viii. Pt. i. 1.

— king K'ang assumes, V. xxiii. 7. Murmurs of the people against T'ang, IV. i. 1—3. Music of Shun, 11. i. 8, 13. 24: iv, 4, 6.

— the power of, 9, 10. Musicians, blind, III, iv. 4. Mystic connect ion between characterand natural

phenomena, V. iv. 34—37.

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Nature, human, prone to err, II. ii. 15.

— the moral, IV. iii. 2.

— a second, IV. v. Pt. i. 9.

— heavenly, IV. x. 3.

— human, radically good, V. xxi. 14.

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