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Ch‘ing, the state of, 15:10.

Hwuy of Lew-hea, posthumous title of Chow dynasty, 2:23; 3: 14, 21; 8:20;Chen Hwo, an officer of Loo, 15:13;

15:10; 16:5; 18:11; 20:1." 1 18: 2.8. Chow, the last emperor of the Yin dy-Joo Pei, a man of Loo, 17: 20. nasty, 18:1; 19: 20.

Kan, the Master of the band at Loo, Chow Jin, an ancient historiographer, 18:9. 16:1.

Kaou-tsung, the hon. epithet of the emChow-kung, or the duke of Chow, 7:5; peror Woo-ting, B. C. 1323---1263, 14; 8:11; 11:16; 18: 10.

43. Chuen-yu, a small territory in Loo, 16: Kaou-yaou, a minister of Shun, 12: 22.

Ke, a small state in which sacrifices to Chung-hwuh, an officer of Chow, 18:11. the emperors of the Hca lynasty Chung-kung, the designation of Yen were maintained by their descend

Yung, a disciple of Conf., 6:1, 4; 11: ants, 3:9. 2; 12:2; 13: 2.

Ke, a small state in Shan-se, 18: 1. Chung-mow, a place in the state of Ke family, the family of Ke Kang of Tsin, 17:7.

Loo, 3:1,6;6:7; 11:16; 16:1; 18: Chung-ne, Confucius, 19: 22:--25. | Chung-shuh Yu, the same as Kóung Ke Hwan, or Ke Sze, the head of the Wan, 14: 20.

Ke family in the latter days of Conf., Chung Yew, styled Tsze-loo, a disciple 18: 4.

of Conf., 6:6; 11:23; 18: 6. Ke Kang, the hon. epithet of Ke-sun Chwang of Peen, 14: 13.

Fei, the head of one of the three E, a small town on the borders of the great families of Lo0,2:20; 6:0; 11: State of Wei, 3: 24.

0; 13: 17, 18, 19; 14:20. E, a famous archer, B. C. about 2150, 14:Ke-kwa, an officer of Chow, 18:11.

Ke Loo, the same as Tsze-loo, 5:25; E-yih, a person who retired from the 11:2, 11; 13:14; 16:1. world, 18:8.

Ke-sun, the sarne as Ke K'ang, 14:38; E Yin, the minister of Tsang, 12: 22. 16:1. Fan Chée, by name Seu, and designated Ke-suy, an officer of Chow, 18:11.

Tsze-ch'e, a disciple of Conf., 2:5; Ke Tsze-jen, a younger brother of the 6:20; 12: 21, 22; 13:4, 19.

1 Ke family, 11:23. Fan Seu, the same as Fan Ch'e, 13:4. Ke Wan, posthumous title of Ke HangFang, a city in Loo, 14: 15.

i foo, an officer of Loo, 5:19. Fang-shuh, a inusician of Loo, 18:9. Kce-neih, a worthy of Ts'oo, 18: 6. Gae, the hon. title of Tseang, duke of Keen, a duke of Ts'e, 14: 22.

Loo, B. C. 493-407, 2:19: 3:21; 6: Keu-foo, a small city on the western 2; 12:9.

| borders of Loo, 13: 17. Gan Ping, posthumous title of Gan Ken Pih-yuh, the designation of Keu

Yiny, principal minister of Ts'e, 5: Yuen, an officer of the State of Wei, 16.

| 14:26; 15: 6. Han, the river, 18: 9.

K'euch, the name of a village, 14: 47. Hea dynasty, 2:23; 3: 9, 21; 15: 10. Keueh, a musician of Loo, 18: 4. Hecn, the name of Yuen Sze, a disciple Kew, brother of the duke Hwan of of Conf., 16:1.

Ts'e, 14:17, 18. Hwan, the three great families of Loo, Kew, Confucius' name, 14: 51; 18: U. being descended from duke IIwan, Kew, the name of Yen Yew, a disciare called the descendants of the ple of Conf., 5:7; 6:6; 11:16, 21, three Hwan, 2:5; 16: 3.

| 23, 25; 16:1. Hwan, the duke of Tsée, B. C. 683---642, Kih Tsze-shing, an officer of the State 14:16, 18.

? of Wei, 12:8. Hwan T'uy, a high officer of Sung, 7:King, a duke of Ts'e, 12:11; 18:12: 22.

| 18: 3. Hwuy, Yen Hwuy, styled Ts.ze-yuen, a King, al scion of the ducal family of

disciple of Conf., 2:9; 5:8; 6:5, 9; Wei, 1:3:8. 9:19; 11:3, 10, 18, 22.

Kóung, Confucius, 1:2; 14: 12; 18:6.

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Kung-Ch'o, Mang Kung-ch'o, 14: 13. Mung, the eastern, the name of a moun. Kung-ming Kea, 14: 14.

| tain, 16:1. Kung-pih Leaou, a relative of the duke Nan-kung K'woh, supposed to be the of Loo, 14: 35.

same as Nan Yung, 14:6. Kung-se Hwa, Tsze-hwa, a disciple of Nan-tsze, the wife of the duke of Wei, Conf., 7: 33; 11:21, 25.

and sister of prince Chao1, 6: 26. Kung-shan Fuh-jaou, a confederate of Nan-yung, a disciple of Conf., 5:1; 11; Yang Ho, 17:5.

5. Kung-shuh Wan, an officer of the State Ngaou, the son of Han Tsuh, (B. C of Wei, 14:14, 19.

| 2100), 14:6. Kung-sun Ch'aou, of Wei, 19:22. Ning Woo, hon. ep. of Ning Yu, an of Kung Wan, posthumous title of Tsz:- ficer of Wei, 5: 20. yu, an officer of Wei, 5:14.

P'ang, an ancient worthy, 7:1. Kung-yay Ch'ang, the son-in-law of Pe, a place in the state of Loo, 6:7, Conf., 5:1.

11:21; 16:1; 17:5. Kwan Chung, by name E Woo, chief Pe-kan, an uncle of the tyrant Chow, • minister to the duke Hwan of Tsée, 18:1.

B. c. 633–640, 3:22; 14: 10, 17, 18. jP'e Shin, a minister of the state of Kwang, the name of a town, 9:5; 11: Chóing, 14:9. 22.

Peen, the name of a city, 14:10. Laou, surnamed K'in, and styled Tsze- Peen, a city in Loo, 14: 13.

k'aé or Tsze-chang, a disciple of Con- Peih' lleil, commandant of Chung fucius, 9:6.

| Mow, in the State of Tsin, 17: 7. Le, the name of Tsang, founder of the Pih family, 14:10. Shang dynasty, 20: 1.

Pih-e, hon. epithet of a worthy of the Le, a son of Conf., who died early, 11: Shang dynasty,5: 22; 7: 14; 16: 12;

| 18:8. Leaou, a musician of Loo, 18:9. Pih-kwoh, an officer of Chow, 18:11. Lin Fang, styled Tsze-k'ew, a man of Pih-new, the denomination of Tsae.

Loo, supposed to have been a disci- Kang, surnamed Yen, a disciple of ple of Conf., 3: 4, 6.

| Conf., 6:8; 11: 2. Ling, a duke of Wei, 14:20; 15:1. Pih-ta, an officer of Chow, 18: 11. Loo, the native State of Conf., 2:5; 3: Pih-yu, the eldest son of Conf., 16:13;

23; 5:2; 6: 22; 9:14; 11:13; 13: 17:10. 7; 14: 155; 18:4, 6, 10.

Seang, a musician of Loo, 18:9. Mang Che-fán, named Tsih, an officer See, the State of, 14: 12. of Loo, 6:13.

Seen, an officer under Kung-shuh Wan, Mang Chwang, the head of the Mang 14: 19.

family, anterior to Conf. time, 19:18. Shang, name of Tsze-hea, a disciple of Mang E, the posthumous title of Mang- Conf., 3:8; 11: 15.

sun, the head of the Mang family, 2: Shaou, the music of Shun, 3:25; 7: 13. 5.

Shaou Hwuh, minister of duke Lwan's Mang family, one of the three great brother, Kew, 14: 17.

families of Loo, 18:3; 19:19. Slaou-leen, a person belonging to one Mang King, honorary title of Chung- of the barbarous tribes of the East,

sun Ts'ec, son of Alang Woo, 8: 4. who retired from the world, 18: 8. Mang Kung-ch'o, the head of the Mang She, a district in the State of Tsoo, 7:

or Chung-sun family, in the time of 18; 13:16. Conf., 14:12.

She-shuh, named Yew-keih, an officer Mang-sun, named Ho-ke, the same as of Ch‘ing, 11:9. Mang E, 2:5.

Shih-mun, one of the frontier passes Mang Woo, hon. title of Cle, the son between Ts'e and Loo, 11:41. of Mang E, 2:6; 5:7.

Shin Chang, styled Tszc-chow, a disci. Min, the music-master of Loo, 15:41. | ple of Conf., 5: 10.

Min, Min Tsze-köeen, 11:12. Show-yang mountain, in Shan-se, 16: Min, Tsze-keen, nained Sun, a disciple 12. of Conf., 6:7; 11: 2, 4, 13.

Shuh-hea, an officer of Chow, 18:11

Mang Taree, sono the hein fe time of Shekulling, 11 %f the fro

Shuh-sun, one of the three great fami-Tsang Woo-chung, an officer of Loo lies of Loo, 2: 5.

| 14: 13, 15. Shuh-sun Woo-shuh, a chief of the Tsée, the State of, 5:18; 6:3,22; 7: Shuh-sun family, 19: 23, 24.

i 13; 14: 22; 16: 3; 18:3, 4. 9. Shuh-tsée, hon. epithet of a worthy of Tsee-yu, the designation of one Lub

the Shang dynasty, 5:22; 7: 14; 16: Trung, of Tsoo, who feigned himself 12; 18:8.

inad to escape public service, 18:5. Shub-yay, an officer of Chow, 18:11. Tseih, How-tseih, the minister of agriShun, the emperor, 6: 28; 8: 18, 20;' culture to Yaou and Shun, 14:6. 12: 22; 14:45; 15: 4; 20:1.

Tseih-teaou K'ae, styled Tsze-jo, a dis-
Sin, Tsang-sin, á disciple, of Conf., 4: ciple of Corf., 5:5.
15; 11: 17.

Tsin, the State of, 14:16; 18:9.
Sung, a State in which sacrifices to the Tso-kóew Ming, an ancient man of rep-

'inperor's of the Hea dynasty were utation, 5: 24.
.naintained by their descendants, 3: Tsoo, the State of, 18:5, 9.
2; 6:14.

Ts'ly, a great officer of Ts'e, 5:18.
Sze, the name of Tsze-chang, a disciple Tsóze, the name of Tsze-kung, a disci-
of Conf., 11:15, 17.

ple of Conf., 1:15; 3:17; 5:8,9; 6: Sze-ma New, named Kang, a brother 6; 14: 31; 15:2; 17: 24.

of Hwan T-uy, and a disciple of Conf., Tsze-chéan, named Kung-sun K'eaou,
12:3, 5, 5.

1 the chief minister of the state of
Ta-heang, the name of a village, 9:2. Ch‘ing, 5:15; 14:9, 10.
Tae mountain, on the border between Tsze-chang, the designation of Chuen-
Loo and T-se, 3:6.

| sun Sze, a disciple of Conf., 2:18, 22; Tae-pih, the eldest son of king T'ae, 5:18; 11:19; 12:6, 14, 20; 14:43

and grandfather of Wan, the founder 15:5, 41; 17:6; 19:1, 2, 3; 20: 2. of the Chow dynasty, 8:1.

Tsze-ful King-pih, an officer of Loo, Tan-t'ae Mee-ming, styled Tsze-yu, a 14:38; 19: 23. disciple of Conf., 6:12.

Tsze-hea, the designation of Puh T'ang, the dynastic name of the em- Shang, a disciple of Conf., 1:7; 2: peror Yaou, 8: 20.

| 7; 3:8; 6:11; 11:2; 12:5, 22; 13: Tang, the founder of the Shang dynas- 27, 28; 19:3,-15. ty, 12:22; 20:1.

Tsze-hwa, the designation of Kung-se, T'ang, the State of, 14:12.

named Ch'il, disciple of Conf., 6:3. Teen, the name of Tsang Sih, father of Tsze-kaou, the designation of Ch'ae, a

Tsang Sin, and a disciple of Conf., disciple of Conf., 11:24
11:25.

Tsze-kung, the designation of TwanTing, the posthumous epithet of Sung, muh Tsʻze, a disciple of Conf., 1:10, prince of Loo, 3:19; 13: 15.

15; 2:13; 3:17; 5:3, 8, 11, 12, 14; To an officer of the state of Wei, styled 6:28; 7: 14; 9: 6, 12; 11: 2, 12, 15; Tsze-yu, 6. 14; 14: 20.

12:7, 8, 10, 23; 13:20, 24; 14:16, 30, Tsae-go, by name Yu, and styled Tsze- 31, 37; 15:2, 6, 23; 17:19, 24; 19:

go, a disciple of Conf., 3:21; 6: 24; 20,-25.
11:2; 17:21.

Tsze-loo, the designation of Chung-
Tsae Yu, a disciple of Conf., who slept yew, often named simply Yew, a dis-

in the day time, the same as the ciple of Conf., 2:17; 5:6, 7, 13, 25; prec., 5:9.

6:26; 7: 10, 34; 9: 11, 26; 10: 18; Tsae, the State of, 11:2; 18:9.

11:12, 14, 21, 24, 25; 12:12; 13:1, 3, Tsang Sih, named Teen, the father of 28; 14:13, 17, 23, 26, 41, 45; 15:1;

sang sin, and a disciple of Conf., 17:5, 7, 23; 18: 6, 7.' 11:25.

Tsze-se, the chief minister of Ts'oo, 14: Tsang Sin, styled Tsze-yu, a disciple of 10.

Conf., 1: 4,9; 4: 15; 8:3,47; 12: Tsze-ts'een, the designation of Peih 21; 11:23; 19:16,-19.

| Puh-ts'e, a disciple of Conf., 5: 2. Tsang Wan, the honorary title of Tsze-wan, surnamed Tow, and named

Tsang-sun' Shin, a great officer of Ku-yu-too, chief minister of Ts'oo,
Loo, 5:17; 15: 13.

5:18.

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Tszo-sang Pib-tsze, 6:1; 7: 18. Yen Hwuy, styled Tsze-yuen, a disciple Tsze-yew, or Yen Yew, the desiguation of Conf., 6:2; 11:6.

of Yen Yen, a disciple of Conf., 2:7;:Yen Kew, Yen Yew, 6:10; 11:23; 14;

6:12; 11:2; 17:4; 19:12, Ï 13. Tsze-yu, a minister of the state of Yen-loo, the father of HwiLy, 11:7. Ch‘ing, 14:9.

Yen Pih-new, named Tsze Lang, a disTung-le, 14:9.

ciple of Conf., 11:2. Wan, the king, 8:20;9:5; 19: 22. Yen Yew, named Kew, and designaicu Wan, a duke of Tsin, 14: 16.

Tsze-yew, a disciple of Cont., 3:6; Wan, a river dividing the states of Ts'e 5:7; 6: 3; 7: 14; 11:2, 12, 1, 2.); and Loo, 6:7.

13:0, 14; 16:1; 19: 12. Nang-sun Kea, a great officer of Wei, Yen Yuen, named Hwuy, and styled 3:13; 14: 20.

Tsze-yuen, a disciple of Conf., 5:23; We-shang Mow, 14: 34.

7:10; 9:10, 20; 11: 2, 7, 8, 19, 22; Wei, the State of, 7: 14; 9:14; 13: 3, 12:1; 15:10.

7, 8, 9; 14:20, 42; 15:1; 19:22. Yew, Chung Yew, styled Tsze-loo, a Wei, one of thé three families, which disciple of Cont., 2:17; 5:6, 7; 6:0;

governed the State of Tsin, 14:12. i 9:11, 26; 11: 12, 14, 17, 20, 21, 23, Wei-shang Kaou, 5:23.

12:12; 13:3); 1.):3; 10:1; 17: 8. Wei, a small State in Shan-se, 18:1. Yew Jo, styled Tsze-jó and 'Tsze-yew, Woo, the State of, 7: 30.

la disciple of Conf., 1:2, 12, 13; 12: Woo, the founder of the Chow dynasty,l 9. 8:20: 19:22.

Yin dynasty, 2: 2:3; 3: 9,21; 8:20; 15: Woo, the music of king Woo, 3: 25. 10; 18:1. Woo, a musician of Loo, 18:9. Yli, the cmperor, 8: 18, 21; 14:6; 20: Woo-ma K'e 7: 30. Woo-shing, the name of a city in Pe, Yu, the dynastic name of the emperor 6:12; 17:4.

1.

Shun, 8:20. Yang, a musician of Loo, 18:9. Yu, the historiographer of Wei, 15: 6. Yang Foo, a disciple of Tsang-sin, 19:Yu, Tsae Go, 17:21.

Yu-chung, or Woo-cling, 8:1; 18: 8. Yang Ho, or Yang Hoo, the principal Yuen Jang, a follower of Laou-tsze,

minister of the Ke family, 17:1. I 14:46. Yaou, the emperor, 6: 28; 8: 19; 14: Yuen Sze, named Heen, a disciple of 45; 20:1.

Conf., 6:3. Yellow river, 18:9.

Yun-yen Yung, styled Chung-kung, a Yen, Yen Yew, 6:3; 17: 4.

disciple of Conf., 5:4; 6:1.

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INDEX III.

SUBJECTS IN THE GREAT LEARNING.

Ability and worth, importance of a Illustration of illustrious virtue, t. 1, 4; Ruler appreciating and using, comun. c. 1. 10: 14, 16.

Kings, why the former are reinembered, Analects, quotations from the, c. 4; 10: c.3: 4, 5. 15.

Knowledge, perfecting of, t. 4,5; c. 7. Ancients, the, illustrated illustrious vir-I!.itigations, it is best to prevent. n.^ tue how, text, 4.

Juraster, the words of wiews P or, .!:. Empire, the, rendered peaceful and hap- 2; 4. py, t. 5; c. 10.

Measuring Care, principie of the, c. Family, regulating the, t. 4, 5; c. 8, 9. ! . Heart, the rectification of the t a xiddle kingdom, the, c. 10:15.

wind, rectlying the, i. 4, 5; c. 7.

c. 7.

Odes, quotations from the, c. 2:3; 3; Secret watchfulness over himself, cbar 9:6, 7, 8; 10: 3, 4, 5.

Tacteristic of the superior man, c. 6:1. Order of steps in illustrating virtue, t, Shoo-king, the, quotations from, c. 1: 3, 4. 5.

| 1, 2, 3; 2:2; 9:2; 10: 11, 14. Partiality of the affections, c. 8. Sincerity of the thoughts, t. 4, 5; c. 6. Passion, influence of, c. 7.

State, the government of the, t. 4,5; C. People, renovation of the, t. 1; c. 2. 1 9:10. Perfecting of knowledge, the, t. 4, 5; Steps by which virtue may be illustrat c. 5.

ed, t. 4, 5. Person, the cultivation of the, t. 4,5,6, Superior man, character of the, c. 2: 4. c. 7, 8.

Superior and mean man, c. 4. Renovation of the people, the, t. 1; c. Virtue, illustrious, t., c. 2.-the root, c.

10:6, 7, 8. Resting in the highest excellence, t. 1, Wealth a secondary object with a ruler, 2; c. 3.

2.

1 c. 10:7, &c. Root, the, and branches, t. 3; C. 4.-cul

tivation of the person the, t. 6.-virtue the, c. 10:6, 7, 8.

INDEX IV.

PROPER NAMES IN THE GREAT LEARNING. Ch'ing, the philosopher, Introductory Shun, the emperor, c. 9: 4. note: comm. 5, note.

T'ae, Kea, the second emperor of the Chow, the State of, c. 2: 3.

Shang dynasty, c. 1: 2. Chow, the tyrant, c. 9: 4.

T'ang, the emperor, c. 2: 1. Consucius, Concluding note to text. Tsang, the philosopher, Concluding Fan, the uncle of duke Wan, c. 10:13. note to text: c. 6:3. K'ang, hon. epithet of Fung, brother of Tsin, the State of, c. 10:14.

king Woo, C. 1:1; 2:2; 9:2; 10:11. Ts'oo, the State of, c. 10:12. K'e, the name of a river, c. 3:4. Wan, the king, c. 3: 3. Kee, the tyrant, c. 9:4.

Yaou, the emperor, c. 1:3; 9: 4. Mang Heen, hon. epithet of Chung-sun Yin dynasty, c. 10:5.

Mee, a worthy minister of Loo, c. 10:Yin, an ancient officer mentioned in the 22.

She-king, c. 10: 4. Mencius, Concluding note to text.

INDEX V.

SUBJECTS IN THE DOCTRINE OF THE MEAN.

Analects, quotations from the, 3; 28:5.,Ceremcnies, music, &c., can be ordered Ancestors, worship of, 18:2, 3; 19. I only !y the emperor, 18:2, 3, 4. Antiquity, the regulations of, cannot be Common men and women may carry attested, 28:5; 29:1.

into practice the Mean in its simple Archery, illustrative of the way of the elements, 12:2, 4. superior man, 11:5.

Completion of every thing effected by Benevolence, to be cherished in tread- sincerity, 25.

ing the path of duty, 20:4, 5. Emperor, certain exclusive preroga. Burial and nourniug, 18: 3.

tives of the, 28:2, 3, 4.

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