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Demeanor of Conf., 10:1 to 5,13.
Departure of Conf., from Loo, 18: 4.-

fromTs'el8:3.
Depreciation, Conf. above the reach of,

19:24.

Description of himself as a learner, by

Conf., 7:18.
Desire and ability, required in disciples,]

7:8.

Development of knowledge, 2:11
Differences of character, owing to hab-
it, 17:2.

Dignity, necessary in a ruler, 15::
Disciples, anxiety about training, 5: 21,
Discrimination of Cont in rewarding
officers, 6: 3.—without suspicious-
ness, the merit of, 14: 33.
Dispersion of the musicians of Loo, 18:
11.

Distinction, notoriety not, 12: 20.

Distress, the superior man above, 15:1.

Divine mission, Conf. assurances of a, 7:22;9:5.

Doctrine of Conf. admiration of, 9:10.

Dreams of Conf. affected by disappointments, 7: 5.

Dress, rules of Conf., in regard to his, 10: 6.

Dying counsels to a man in high station, 8:4.

Dynasties, Yin, Hea, and Chow, 8:4;! 3:20.—Yin and Hea, 3:9.—Chow, &c, 3:14.—certain rules exemplified in the ancient,—eight able officers of the Chow. 18:11.—three worthies of the Yin, 18:1.—the three, 15: 24.

Earnest student, Hwuy the, 9: 19.

Earnestness in teaching, of Conf., 9: 7.

Egotism, instance of freedom from, 8 5.

Eight able officers of the Chow dynasty

ty, 18:11. Emolument, learning for, 2: 18.—|

shameful to care only for, 14: 1. End the, crowns the work, 9:21. Enjoyment, advantageous aud injurious!

sources of, 16: 5. Equalled, Conf. cannot be, 19: 25. Error, how acknowledged by Conf., 7

Essential, what is, in different services, 3:26.

Estimate, Conf. humble of himself, 7 2,3; 9:15; 14:30.—of what he could do if employed, 13:10.

Estimation of others, not a man's concern, 14:32.

[Example, better than force, 2: 20—
government efficient by, &c, 12:17,
18,19.—the secret of rulers' success,
13: 1.—value of, in those in high
stations, 8:2.
Excess and defect equally wrong, 11:
15.

Expenditure, against useless, 11:13.
External, the, may be predicated from

the internal, 14: 5.
Extravagant speech, hard to be made

good, 14:21. Fair appearances are suspicious, 1:3, f- & 17:17.

Fasting, rules observed by Conf. when, 10: 7.

Father's vices, no discredit to a virtuous son, 6: 4.

Faults of men, characteristic of their

class, 4: 7. Feelings, need not always be spoken, 14:4.

Fidelity of his disciples, Conf. memory of, 11:2,

Filial piety, 1:11; 4:19,20,21.—argument for, 2:6.—cheerfulness in, 2: 8. —the foundation of virtuous practice, 1: 2.—of Meen Tsze-keen, 11: 4.—of Mang Chwang, 19:18.—reverence in, 2:7.—seen in care of the person, 8: 8.

Firmness of superior man, based on

right, 15:36. Five excellent things to be honoured, 20:2.—things which constitute perfect virtue. 17:6. Flattery of sacrificing to others' ancestors, 2: 24. Food, rules of Conf. about his, 10:8. Foreknowledge, how far possible, 2:23, Forethought, necessity of, 15:11. Formalism, against, 3:4, Former times, Conf. preference for, 11' 1.

Forward youth, Conf. employment of

a, 14:47.
Foundation of virtue, 1: 2.
Four bad things, to be put away, 20: 2.
—classes of men in relation to knowl-
edge, 16: 9.
Frailties from which Conf. was free, 0:
4.

Fraternal submiss.-m, 1:2.
Friends, rule for choosing, 1:8, & 9:24,
—trait of Conf. in relation to, 10:15.
Friendships, what, advantageous and
injurious, 16: 4.

Friendship, how to maintain, 5:16.—
Tszc-chang's virtue too high for, 19:
16.

Frivolous talkers, against, 16:16.
Funeral rites, Conf. dissatisfaction with

Hwuy's, 11:10.—to parents, 1: 9.
Furnace the, and the S. W. Corner, of

a house, 3:13. Gain, the mean man's concern, 4:16. Generosity of Pih-e and Shuh-ts'e, 5

22.

Glib-tongued, Conf, not. 14: 34.
Glibness of tongue and beauty, es

teemed by the age, 6:14.
Glossing faults, a proof of the mean

man, 19: 8. Gluttony and idleness, case of, hopeless,

17: 22.
God, address to, 20:1.
Golden rule, expressed with negatives,

5:11; 15:23.
Good fellowship of Conf., 7: 31.
Good, learning leads to, 8: 12.
Good man, the, 11:19 —we must not

judge a man to be, from his discourse

11:20.

Governing, the art of, 12: 14.—without personal effort, 15: 4.

Government, good, seen from its effects, 13: 16.—good, how only obtained, 12: 11. — may be conducted efficiently, how, 20: 2.—moral in its end, 12:17. principles of,l: 5.—requisites of,12:7.

Gradual progress of Conf., 2: 4.—communication of his doctrine, 5: 12. I

Grief, Conf. vindicates his for HwuyJ
11:9.

Guiding principle of Conf., 18: 8.
Happiness of Conf. among his disciples,

11: 12.—of Hwuy in poverty, 6: 9. Haste, not to be desired in government.

13:17.

Heaven, Conf. rested in the ordering of, 14:38.—knew him, Conf. thought that, 14: 37. — no remedy for sin against, 3:13.

Hesitating faith, T^ze-chang on, 19: 2.

Liigu aim proper to a student, 6: 10.— things, too much minding of, 19: 15.

Home, Conf. at, 10: 10. — how Conf. could be not at, 17: 20.

Hope, Conf. gives up, for want of aus picious omens, 9: 8.

Hopeless case, of gluttony and idleness,] 17: 22.—of those who assent to adTice without reforming, 9: 23.' -of those who will not think, 15:15.

House and wall, ihe comparison of a,
19:23.

Humble claim of Conf. for himself, 5:
27.—estimate of himself, 7:2,3; 9:
15; 14:30
Humility of Conf., 7: 26.
Hundred years, what good government
I could effect in a, 13:11.
|ldleness of Tsae Tu, 5:9.—case oi,

hopeless, 17: 22.
Ignorant man's remark about Conf., 9:
2.

Impatience, danger of, 15: 26.
Imperial rites, usurpation of, 3:1, 2,6.
Improvement, self, 2: 18.—difficult in

advanced years, 17: 26. [Incompetency, our own, a fit cause of

concern, 15:18.
Indifference of the officer King to rich-
es, 13:8.

Indignation of Conf. at the usurpation
of imperial rites, 3:1, 2.—at the sup-
port of usurpation and extortion by
a disciple, 11: 16.—at the wrong over-
coming the right, 17: 18.
Inferior pursuits, inapplicable to great

objects, 19: 4.
Instruction, how a man may find, 7: 21.
Instructions to a son about govern-
ment, 18:10.
Insubordination, worse than meanness,

7: 35.—different causes of, 8: 10. Intelligence, what constitutes, 12: 6. Intercourse, character formed by, 5: 2. —of Conf. with others, traits of, 10: 11.—with others, different opinions on, 19: 3.

Internal, the, not predicable from the

external, 14: 5. Ironical, admonition, 13: 14. Jealousy of others' talents, against, 15: 10, 3.

Joy of Conf. independent of outward

circumstances, 7:15. Judgment of Conf. concerning Tszech'an, &c, 14:10.—of retired worthy, on Conf. 14: 42. Kcun-tsze, See Superior man. Killing, not to be talked of by rulers, 12:19.

Knowing and not knowing, 2: 17. Knowledge, disclaimed by Conf., 9:7. —four classes of men in relation to, 10:9.—not lasting without virtue, 15: 32.—of Conf. not connate, 8: 19.— sources of Conf.. 10. 22.—subserves benevolence, 2: 22.

Lament over moral error added to nat-IMerit of Knng-ehuh Wan, 14:19.—of

ural defect, 8:16.—sickness of Pin new, 6:8.—persistence in error, 5::

M. —rarity of the love of virtue, 4 6.—the rash reply of Tsae Go, 3: 21 —the waywardness of men, 6:14.—I of Conf., that men did not know him, 14:37.

Language, the chief virtue of, 15:40. Learner the, 1: 1,14.—Conf. describes

himself as a, T :18. Learning and propriety combined, 6:

25, & 12:15.—Conf. fondness for, 5:

27. —different motives ibr, 14: 25.—j end of, 2:18.—how to be pursued, 6:

Kwan Chung, 14:17, 18.—virtue of concealing, 6 : 13. Messenger, an admirable, 14: 26. Military affairs, Conf. refuses to talk of, 15:1.

Minding too much high things, 19:15. Minister, the faithful, 15: 37. Ministers, great and ordinary, 11: 23. —importance of good and able, 14: 20.—must be sincere and upright, 14: 23.—should be strict and decided, 14:8.

Mission of Conf., Yen Yuen's confidence in, 11: 22.

11,& 8:17.—in order to virtue, 19:6.'Model student, fond recollections of a,'

—necessity of, to complete virtue, 17: 8.—quickly leads to good, 8: 12.— should not cease or be intermitted, 9 18.—substance of, 1:7.—the indications 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, 13:24,1 & 15:27.

Literary acquirements, useless without

practical ability, )3: 6. Litigation, how Tsze loo could settle,

12: 12.—it is better to prevent, 12:13. Love of virtue rare, 4:6, & 9: 17. Love to learn, of Conf., 5: 27.—of

Hwuy, 11: 6—rarity of, 6:2. Loving and hating aright, 4: 3. Madman, the, of Ts'oo, 18: 5. Man, in relation to principles of duty,

15:28.

Manhood, the vice to be guarded

against in, 16: 7. Manner of Conf. when unoccupied, 7:4. Marriage-making, Conf. in, 6: 1. Mat, rules of Conf. about his, 10: 9. Maturing of character, rules for, 7: 6. 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.

9: 20.

Moral appliances to be preferred in

government, 2: 3. Mourners, Conf. sympathy with, 7:9, & 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 aud ceremonies, vain without virtue, 3: 3.—effect of, 8:8.—effect of on Conf., 7:12.—influence of, in government, 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. Musiciaus ofLoo.the dispereiouof,18."9. Music-master, praise of a, 8: 15. Name, danger of a bad, 19: 20.—without reality, 6, 23. Names, importance of being correct, 13:3.

Nairow-mindedness, Tsze-chang on, 19:2.

Natural-duty, and uprightness in collision, 13: 18.—ease in ceremonies to be prized, 1:12.—qualities which are favourable to virtue, 13:27. Nature of a man, grief brings out the

real, 19: 17. Neighbourhood, what constitutes the

excellence of a, 4:1. Nine subjects of thought to the superior 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 the, 2: 2.

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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. styled, 13:20.—mercenary, impossi- Practical ability, importance of, 13:5. ble to serve with, 17: 15.—personalPractice, Conf. zeal to carry his princi

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

new acquisitions, 2: 11. Old man, encounter with an, 18: 7. Opposing a father, disapproved of, 7:' 34.

14.. 'Precaution, necessity of, 15: 11.

Ordinances of Heaven necessary to be Preliminary study, necessity of to gov

known, 20:3. i erniug, 11: 24.

Ordinary people, could not understand Presumption, &c, of the chief of the Conf., 11): 23.—ordinary jules, Couf.j Ke family, 10: 1.—and pusillanimity

not to be judged by, 17: 7 Originator, Conf. not an, 7: 1 Parents, grief for, brings out the real

conjoine.l, 17:12. Pretence, against, 2: 17.—Conf. dislike of, 9:11.

nature "of a man, 19:17.—how a son Pretentiousness of Conf. time, 7:25. may remonstrate with.4: IS.—should Prince, and minister, relation of, 3: 19.

—Conf. demeanor before a, 10:2.— Conf. demeanor in relation to, 13: 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.

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 consti

tute. 17: 0.—how to attain to, 12: 1. Prompt decision good, 5:19. —not easily attained, 14:7.—wherein Propriety, and music, influence of, 17:

realized, 12:2.

I 'persistence in error, lament over, 5:26.

Perseverance proper to a student, 6:10.

Personal att ainment, 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 lau-l guage, lb: 40.

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

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

Piety, see Filial.

Pity of Conf. for misfortune, 0: 9.

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 4: what dependent, 13: 15, & 10: 2. jProwess conducting to ruin, 14:0. jPrudence, 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.

Rash 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 Yeu Yu, &c., 16:1.

Receptivity of Hwuy 2: 9, & 11: 3.

Reciprocity, the rule of life, 15: 23.

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

Recluses, Conf. and the two, 18: 6. Recollection of Hwuy, Conf. fond, 0 :| 20.

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

Relative duties, necessity 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.
Keproofs, frequent, warning against the

us8 of, 4: 23.
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, 9: 22.—of Conf. for men, 15: 24.—of Conf. for rank, 9: 9.

Retired worthy's judgment on ConfJ
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-Uz^s concern, 4:16.—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, 13:12.

Ruin and prosperity dependent on what, 13:15,& 16:2.

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

treat, 3:10,11.—wrong subjects of, :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. anxie-
ty about, 7:3.—steps in, 1:15.
Sell-examination, 1:4.
Selfish conduct causes murmuring, 4:
12.

Self-respect should qualify desire for of-
fice^: 12.
Self-willed, Conf. not, 14:34.
Sequences, of wisdom, virtue, and brav-
ery, 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 from, 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.—necessi-
ty of, 2: 22.—praise of, 6: 24.
Slandering of Tsze-loo, 14: 38.
Slowness to speak, of the ancients, 4:

22.—ot 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 bis own, 16:

ia

Sources of Conf. knowledge, 19:22.
Specious words, danger of, 15:26.
Speech, discretion iu, 15: 7.
Spirit of the times, against, 3:18.
Spirits, Conf. evades a question about
serving, 11:11.—of the land, altars,
of, 3: 21.

Stages of attainment, 6:18.—of prog-
ress, different persons slop at difler-
en',9: 29.

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