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Lament over moral error added to nat-' Merit of Kung siiiih Wan, 14:19.—of ural defect, 8:16.—sickness of Pih-j Kwan Chung. 11:17, 18.—virtue of new, 0:8.—persistence in error, 5:j concealing, 0:1:3.

26. —rarity of the love of virtue, 4: Messenger, an admirable, 14: 26.

6.—the rash reply of Tsae Go, 3: 21. Military affairs, Com", refuses to talk of, —the waywardness of men, (5: 14.—j 15: 1.

of Conf., that men did not know him,:Minding too much high things, 19:15.

14: 37. Minister, the faithful, 15: 37.

Language, the chief virtue of, 15: 40. !Ministers, great and ordinary, 11: 23. Learner the, 1: 1,14.—Conf. describes —importance of good and able, 14:

himseli as a, 7:18. 20.—must be sincere and upright, 14:

Learning and propriety combined, 0: 23.—should be strict and decided,

25, & 12:15.—Conf. fondness for, 5:1 14: 8.

27. —different motives for, 14: 25.— Mission of Conf., Yen Yuen's con finn 1 of, 2:18.—how to be pursued, (5 :- dence in, 11: 22.

11, & 8:17.—in order to virtue, 19:6. Model student, fond recollections of a, —necessity of, to complete virtue, 17:! 9: 20.

8.—quickly leads to good, 8: 12.— Moral appliances to be preferred in should not cease or be intermitted, 9:! government, 2: 3. 18.—substance of, 1:7.—the indica-1 Mourners. Conf. sympathy with, 7:9,

tions of a real love of, 19: 5.—the

student's workshop, 19: 7. Lesson of prudence, 14: 9.—to parents

and ministers, 14: 8.—to rulers, 8:10.

—to Tsze-loo, 13:1. Lessons and laws, Conf. actions were,

17:19.

Libation, pouring out of, in sacrifice, 3: 10.

Life, human, valued by Conf., 10: 12.— without uprightness, not true, 6:17.

Likings and dislikings of others, in determining a man's character, 13: 24, & 15:27.

Literary acquirements, useless without

practical ability, 13: 5. Litigation, how Tsze-loo could settle

& 10:16.

Mourning, three years for parents, 17:
21.—government how carried on in
time of, 14: 43.—the trappings of,
may be dispensed with, 19: 14.
Murder of the duke of Ts'e, 14: 22.
Music and ceremonies, vain without
virtue, 3: 3.—ellect of, 8:8.—effect of
on Conf., 7:12.—influence of, in gov-
ernment, 17: 4.—of Shun and Woo
compared, 3: 25.—on the playing of,
3: 25.—service rendered to, by Conf.
9:14.—the sound of instruments does
not constitute, 17:11.
Musicians of Loo,the dispersion ol',18:9.
Music-master, praise of a, 8:15.
Name, danger of a bad, 19: 20.—with-

12:12.—it is better to prevent, 12:13.! out reality, G, 23. Love of virtue rare, 4: 6, & 9: 17. Names, importance of being correct, Love to learn, of Conf., 5: 27.—of 13:3.

Hwuy, 11:6.—rarity of, G:2. Nairow-mindedness, Tsze-chang on

Loving and hating aright, 4: 3. 19: 2.

Madman, the, of Ts'oo, 18: 5. . ;Natural-duty, and uprightness in col

Man, in relation to principles of duty,; lision, 13: 18.—ease in ceremonies to 15: 28. !be prized, 1:12.—qualities which are

Manhood, the vice to be guarded) favourable to virtue, 13:27.

against in, 16: 7. iNature of a man, grief brings out the

Manner of Conf-. when unoccupied, 7:4.' real, 19: 17

Marriage-making, Conf. in, o: 1.
Mat, rules of Conf. about his, 10: 9.

I Neighbourhood, what constitutes the excellence of a, 4:1.

Maturing of character, rules for, 7: 6. iNine subjects of thought to the snpe

Mean man, glosses his faults, 19:8. See

Superior man.
Meanness of Wei-shang, 5: 23.—not so

bad as insubordination, 7: 35. Mercenary officers, impossible to serve

along with, 17:15.

rior man, 16:10. Notoriety, not true distinction, 12:20. Odes, the study of the Book of, 16: 13, & 17: 9,10.—quotations from the, 1: 15; 3:18: 9: 26; 12:10—the pure design of iJie, 2: 2.

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Yung, 3: 2.—Pih-kwei, 10: 5. —of Ch'ing, 15:10.—the Nga, 9:14; 17 18.

Office, declined by Tsze-k'een, 6: 7.— desire lor, qualified by self-respect, 9: 12.—Conf., why not in, 2: 21.—when to be accepted, and when to be declined, 8:13.

Officers, classes of men who may be styled, 13: 20.—mercenary, impossi

Poetry, benefits of the study of the Book of, 8:8, & 17:9,10.—and music, service rendered to by Conf., 9: 14.

Posthumous titles, on what principle

conferred, 5: 14. Poverty, happiness In, 6: 9.—harder to bear aright than riches, 14: 11.—no disgrace to a scholar, 4: 9.

(Practical ability, importance of, 13:5. ble to serve with, 17: 15.—personal Practice, Conf. zeal to carry his princicorrectness essential to, 13: 13. —! pies into, 17: 5. should first attend to their proper Praise of the house of Chow, 8: 20.— work, 19:13. I of the musie master Ch'e, 8:15.—of

Official notifications of Ch'ing, why ex-! Yaou, 8:19.—of Yu, 8: 21.

cellent, 14: 9. IPraising and blaming,Conf. correctness

Old knowledge, to be combined with: in, 15: 24.

new acquisitions, 2:11 Old man, encounter with an, 18: 7. Opposing a father, disapproved of, 7:

14.

Ordinances of Heaven necessary to be known, 20: 3.

Ordinary people, could not understand Conf., 19: 23.—ordinary rules, Conf. not to be judged by, 17: 7.

Originator, Conf. not an, 7:1.

Parents, grief for, brings out the real nature of a man, 19: 17.—how a son may remonstrate with, 4:18.—should be strict and decided, 14: 8.—three years mourning for, 17: 21.—their years to be remembered, 4: 21.

People, what may and what may not be attained to with the, 8: 9.

Perfect virtue, caution in speaking characteristic of, 12: 3.—characteristics of, 13:19.—estimation of, 5: 18, & 6: 20.—five things which constitute, 17: 6.—how to attain to, 12: 1. —not easily attained, 14:7.—wherein j realized, 12: 2.

Persistence in error, lament over, 5:20.

Perseverance proper to a student, 6:10.

Pei sonal attainment, a man's chief concern, 1: 16, & 14: 32.—conduct all in all to a ruler, 13: 16.—correctness, essential to an officer, 13:13.

Perspicuity the chief virtue of language, 15: 40.

Pervading unity, Conf. doctrine a 4: 15.—how Conf. aimed at, 15: 8.

Phoenix, the, 9: 8, & 18: 5.

Piety, see Filial.

Pity of Conf. for misfai une, 9/ 9

Prayer, sin against Heaven precludes, 3:13.—Conf. declines, for himself, 7: 34.

Precaution, necessity of, 15:11. Preliminary study, necessity of to governing, 11: 24. Presumption, &c., of the chief of the Ke family, 16:1.—and pusillanimity conjoined, 17:12. Pretence, against, 2:17.—Conf. dislike of, 9:11.

Pretentiousness of Conf. time, 7:25. Prince, and minister, relation of, 3:19. —Conf. demeanor before a, 10: 2.— Conf. demeanor in relation to, 10:13. Princes, Conf. influence on, 1:10.—how

to be served, 3: 18. Principles, agreement in, necessary to concord in plans, 15: 39.—and ways of Yaou, Shun, &c., 20: 1.—of duty, an instrument in the hand of man. 15:28.

Prompt decision good, 5:19. Propriety, and music, influence of, 17: 4.—combined with learning, 6:25, & 12:15.—effect of, 8:8.—love of, facilitates government, 14: 44.—necessary to a ruler, 15: 32.—not in external appurtenances, 17: 11.—rules of, 1: 12; 3: 15.—rules of, necessary to be known, 20: 3.—value of the rules of, 8:2.

Prosperity and ruin of a country, on

what dependent, 13:15, & 10: 2. Prowess conducting to ruin, 14:6. Prudence, a lesson of, 14: 4. Pursuit of riches, against, 7:11. Pusillanimity and presumption, 17: 12. Qualifications of an officer, 8:13. Qualities that are favourable to virtue,

13: 27.—that mark the scholar, 13:

28.

Bash words cannot be recalled, 3: 21.

Readiness of Conf. to impart instruction, 7: 7.—of speech, 5: 4, & 17:14.

Reading and thought, should be combined, 2: 15, & 15:30.

Rebuke to Yen Yu,&c., 16:1.

Receptivity of Hwuy 2: 0, & 11: 3.

Reciprocity, the rule of life, 15: 23.

Recluse, Tsze-loo's encounter with a, 18:7.

Recluses, Conf. and the two, 18: 6. Recollection of Hwuy, Conf. fond, 9 20.

Reflection, the necessity of, 9: 30. Regretful memory of disciples fidelity, 11:2.

Relative duties, necessitv of maintain

ing 12:11. Remark of an ignorant man about

Conf., 9: 2. Remonstrance with parents, 4:18. Repentance escaped by timely care, 1:

13.

Reproof to Tsze-loo, 11: 24.
Reproofs, frequent, warning against the

us® of, 4: 2ti. Reputation, not a man's concern, 15:

18.

Resentments, how to ward off, 15:14. Residence, rule for selecting a, 4: 1. Respect, a youth should be regarded

with, 0: 22.—of Conf. for men, 15:

24.—of Conf. lor rank, 9: 9. Retired worthy's judgment on Conf.,

14:42. . Reverence for parents, 2: 7. Riches, pursuit of, uncertain of success,

7:11.

Right way, importance of knowing the 4:8.

Righteous and public spirit of Conf., 14:22.

Righteousness the Keun-tszc's concern, 4: 10.—is his rule of practice, 4: 10.

Root of benevolence, filial and fraternal duty is the, 1: 2.

Royal ruler, a, could, in what time transform the empire, 1:5: 12.

Ruin and prosperity dependent on what, 13:15,& 10: 2.

Rule of life, reciprocity the, 15: 23.

Ruler, virtue in a, 2:1.

Ruling, best means of, 2: 3.

Rulers, a lesson to, 8:10.—personal conduct all in all to, 13:16.—should not be occupied with what is the proper business of the people, 13:4.

Running stream a, Conf. how affected by, 9:16.

Sacrifice, Conf. sincerity in, 3:12.—the great, 3: 10,11.—wrong subjects of, 2:24.

Sagehood, not in various ability, 9: 6. Scholar, attributes of the true, 19:1.—

his aim must be higher than comfort,

14:3.

Self-cultivation, 1: 8, & 9: 24.—a man's concern, 4:14.—a characteristic of the^Keun-tsze, 14: 45.—Conf. anxiety about, 7: 3.—steps in, 1:15.

Self-examination, 1: 4.

Selfish conduct causes murmuring, 4: 12.

Self-respect should qualify desire for office, 9:12.

Self-willed, Conf. not, 14: 34.

Sequences, of wisdom, virtue, and bravery, 9:28.

Servants difficult to treat, 17: 25.

Shame of caring only for salary, 14:1.

Shaou, a name of certain music, 3: 25.

Sheep, the monthly offering of a, 3:17.

Shoo-king, quotation froin^ 2:21; 14: 43.—compilation from, 20:1.

Silent mourning, three years of, 14:43.

Simplicity, instance of, 8: 5.

Sincerity, cultivation of, 1:4.—necessity of, 2: 22.—praise of, 5: 24.

Slandering of Tsze-loo, 14: 38.

Slowness to speak, of the ancients, 4: 22.—of the Keun-tsze, 4:24.

Small advantages not to be desired in government, 13:17.

Social intercouse, qualities of the scholar in, 13:23.

Solid excellence blended with ornament, 6:16.

Son, a, opposing his father, against, 7'. 14.—Conf. instruction of his own, 10: 13.

Sources of Conf. knowledge, 19: 22.
Specious words, danger of, 15: 20.
Speech, discretion in, 15: 7.
Spirit of the times, against, 3:18.
Spirits, Conf. evades a question ubout

serving, 11:11.—of the land, altars,

of, 3: 21.

Stages of attainment, 6: 18.—of progress, different persons slop at differ ent,9:29.

States oi' Ts'e and Loo, 6: 22.
Strange doctrines, 2:16.
Strength, not a fit subject of praise, 14:
35.

Student's proper work, 19:13.
Stupidity of Ning Woo, 5: 20.
Subjects avoided by Conf., 7:20—of

Conf. teaching, 7: 24. See Topics. Submission of subjects, how secured,

2:19.

Substantial qualities, and accomplishments, in the Keun-tsze, 12: 8

Sun and moon, Conf. like the, 19: 24.

Superficial speculations, against, 15: 16.

Superior and mean man, 2:12,13,14; 4: 11, 16; 6: 11; 7: 30; 16: 8.—different air and bearing of, 13: 2(5—different in their relation to those employed by them, 13: 25. — different manners of, 13: 23-—different tendencies of, 14: 24.—how to know, 15: 33.—opposite influence of, 12:16.

Superior, man above distress, 15: 1— changing appearances of, to others, 19: 9.—cleaves to virtue, 4: 5.—does

Teaching, effect of, 15: 38.—Conf. ear. nestness in, 9:7.—Conf. subjects of,7: 24—graduated method of, 19: 12.— necessary to prepare the people for war, 13: 29, 30.

Thieves made bv the example of, rulers,^: 18.

Think, those who will not, the case of, hopeless, 15:15.

Thinking without reading, fruitless, i 5: 30.

Thought uid learning, to be combined, 2:15.

Three, errors of speech, in the presence of the great, 16: 6.—families, of Loo, 3: 2.—friendships advanl ageous, and three injurious, 16:4.—sources of enjoyment, id. id., 16: 5.—things of which the superior man stands in awe, 16:8.—years' mourning, 14: 43; 17: 21.—worthies of the Yin dynasty, 18:1.

Thunder, Conf. how affected by, 10:16. Topics, avoided by Conf., 7:20.—most common of Conf., 7: 17. — seldom spoken on by Conf., 9:1.

not conceal, but changes, his errors, |Traditions of the principles of Wan and 19: 21.—firmness of, based on right,l Woo, 19: 22. 15:36.—four characteristics of, 5:15.'Training of the young, 1: 6. is righteous, courteous, humble, andlTransmitter, Conf. a, 7:1. sincere, 15:17.—more in deeds thaniTrappings of mourning may be disin words, 14: 29. nine subjects of j pensed with, 19:14. thought to, 16: 10.—rule about his;Treatment of_a powerful, but unworthy

words and actions, 4: 24.—self-cul tivation, characteristic of, 14: 45.— talents and virtues of, 8:6.—thoughts of in harmony with his position, 14: 28.—truth the object of, 15: 31.— various characteristics of, 15: 20, 22, 23.—wishes to be had in remembrance, 15:19.

Superiority of Hwuy, 6: 2, 5.

Superstition of Tsang Wan, 5:17.

Supreme authority ought to maintain its power, 16: 2.

Busceptivity of learners, teachers to be guided by, 6:19.

Swiftness to speak, incompatible with virtue, 17:14.

Sympathy of Conf. with mourners, 7: 9.—with sorrow, 9: 9.

Talents, men of, scarce, 8: 20.—worthless without virtue, 8:11.

Taxation, light, advantages of, 12: 9.

Teacher, qualification oi' a, 2: 11.

Temple Conf. in the grand, 13:15, & 10:14.

officer by Conf., 17:1. True men, paucity of in Conf.time,7:25. Truthfulness, necessity of, 1: 22. Two classes only whom practice cannot change, 17: 3.—recluses, Conf. and the, 18: 6. Unbending virtue, 5:10. Unchangeableness of great principles, 2: 23.

Unity of Conf. doctrine, 4:15, & 15: 2.

Unmannerly old man, Conf. conduct to an, 14: 46.

Unoccupied, Conf. manner when, 7: 4.

Unworthy man, Conf. responds to the advances of an, 17: 7.

Uprightness, and natural duty in collision, 13:18.—meanness inconsistent with, 5: 23.—necessary to true virtne, 0:17.

Usurped rites, against, 3:1, 2,6. Usurping tendencies of the Ke family, 13:14.

Utensil, Tsze-kung an, 5: 3.—the ac« couiplished scholar not an, 2:12.

Valour subordinate to righteousness, 17:23.

Various ability of Conf., 9: 6.

Vice, how to correct, 12:21.

Vices, of a father, no discredit to a good son, 6: 4.—which youth, manhood, and age have to guard against, 1G: 7.

Village, Conf. demeanor in his, 10:1. 10.

Vindication, Conf., of himself, 6: 26.— of Conf. by Tsze-loo, 18:7.

Virtue, alone adapts a man for his condition, 4: 2.—and not strength a fit subject of praise, 14:35.—ceremonies and music vain without, 3: 3.—complete, 1: 1—contentment with what

Virtuous men, not left alone, 4: 25.— only Cfin love or hate other*, 4:8.

Vocation of Conf., a stranger's views of 3:24.

Vulgar ways and views, against contentment with, 17:13.

War, how a good ruler prepares the people for, 13:29. 30

Warning to Tsze-loo, 11:12.

Waywardness, lament over, 6: 15.

Wealth without virtue, &c. 10:12.

Wickedness, the virtuous will, preserves from, 4:4.

Wife of a prince, appellations for, 16: 14.

Will, the virtuous, preserves from wick

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incompatible with meanness, 14: 7.—[Work, a man's, is with himself, 14: 30. the practice of, aided by intercourse Workshop, the student's 19: 7. with the good, 15: 9.—to he valued Young, duty of the, 1: 6.—should be more than life, 15:8.—true nature- regarded with respect, 9: 22. and hvt of, G: 28.—without wealth, Youth, the vice to be guarded against &cvl(J:12. j in, 16:7.

Virtues, the great, demand the chief attention, 19:11.

INDEX II.

PEOPEB NAMES LN THE CONFUCIAN ANALECTS.

Ch'aejSurnamedKaou, and styled TszeKaou, a disciple of Conf., 11:17.

Chang, Tsze-chanrf, 19: 15,10.

Ch'aug-tseu, a worthy of IVoo 18: G.

Chaou, a prince celebrated.for his beauty of person, 6:14.

Chaou, one of the three families which governed the state of Tsin, 14:12.

Ch'aou, the lion, epithet of Chow, duke of Loo, B. c. 540—509, 7: 30.

Ch'ih, surnamed Kung-se, and styled Tsze-luva, a disciple of Conf., 5:7; 0:3; 11: 25.

Ch'in, the state of, 5: 21; 7: 30; 11: 2: 15:1.

Ch'in Kang, Tsze-k'in, a disciple of

Conf., 10:13. Ch'in Shing, or Ch'in Hang, an officer

of Keen, duke of Ts'e, 14: 22. Chin Wan. an ollicer of Ts-e, 5: IS.

Che, the Music-master of Loo, 8:15; Choo-chang, a person who retired from 18 s 9. 'the world, 18: 8.

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