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States of 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. Submits ion of subjects, how secured,

2:19.

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

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

Superficial speculations, against, 15 16.

Superior and mean mau, 2:12,13,14; 4: 11,16; 6:11; 7: 36; 16: 8.—different air and bearing of, 13: 26—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: M.-- opposite influence of, 12:16.

Superior, man above distress, 15: 1—j changing appearances of, to others, 19: 9.—cleaves to virtue, 4: 5.—does not conceal, but changes, his errors, li): 21.—firmness of, based on right, 15:36.—four characteristics of, 5: 15. is righteous, courteous, humble, and sincere, 15:17.—more in deeds than in words, 14: 29. nine subjects of thought to, 16: 10.—rule about his words and actions, 4: 24.—self-cultivation, 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.

Susceptivity of learners, teachers to

, bo guided by, 6: 19.

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

Sympathy of Couf. 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, qualifcatiou of a, 2: 11.

TMnple Couf. in the grand, 13: 15, & 10: 14.

Teaching, effect of, 15: 38.—Conf. earnestness 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 by the example of, rulers, 12: 18.

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

Thinking without reading, fruitless, 15: 30.

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

Three, errors of speech, in the presence of the great, 16: 6.—families, of Loo, 3: 2.—friendships ad van' ageous, and three inj urious, 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.

Traditions of the principles of Wan and Woo, 19: 22.

Training of the young, 1: 6.

Transmitter, Conf. a, 7: 1.

Trappings of mourning may be dispensed with, 19:14.

Treatment of a powerful, but unworthy 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, Couf. 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 virtue, 6:17.

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

Utensil. T ze-kung an. 5:3.—the accompi-sheil scholar not an, 2: 12.

Valonr subordinate to righteoi 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, 16:7.

Village, Conf. demeanor in his, 10:1. 30.

Vindication, Conf., of himself, 6: M.-- 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 is vulgar injures, 17:13.—devotion of the Keun-tsze to, 4: 5,—exceeding, of T'ae-pih, 8:1.—few really know, 15: 3.—how to exalt, 12:10, 21.—in concealing one's merit, 6:13.—influ-j ence of, 2: 1.—knowledge not lasting without, 15: 32.—leading to empire, 14: 6. — learning, necessary to the completion of, 17: 8.—learning leading to, 19: 6.—love of, rare, 4:6; 9: 17; 15: 12.—natural qualities which favour, 13: 27,—not far to seek, 7:29. —the highest, not easily attained, and incompatible with meanness, 14: 7. the practice of, aided by intercourse with the good, 15: 9.—to be valued more than life, 15: 8.—true nature and hit of, 6: 28.—without wealth, &c, W: 12.

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

Virtuous men, not left alone, 4: M.- only can love or hate others, 4: 3.

Vocation of Conf., a stranger's view* 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. 16:12.

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

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

Will, the virtuous, preserves from wickedness, 4:4.—is unsubduable, 9:25. Wisdom and virtue, chief elements of,

6:20.—contrasts of, 6: 21; 9: 28. Wishes, different, of Yen Yuen, &c, 5:

Wis.-- of Tsze-loo, &c, 11: 25. Withdrawing from public life, different causes of, 14: 39.—of Conf., 18: 5,6. —of seven men, 14: 40. Withdrawing from the world, Conf. pro5: 6.—Copf. judgment on, 18:

Words, the force of, necessary to be

known, 20:3. Work, a man's, is with himself, 14: 30. Workshop, the student's 19: 7. Young, duty of the, 1:6.—should be

regarded with respect, 9: 22. Youth, the vice to be guarded against

in, 16: 7.

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Ch'ing, the state of, 15:10.

Chow dynasty, 2: 23; 3: 14, 21; 8: 20; 15: 10; 16:6; 18:11; 20:1.

Chow, the last emperor of the Yin dynasty, 18:1; 19:20.

Chow Jin, an ancient historiographer, 16:1.

Chow-kur.g, or the duke of Chow, 7:5;

8:11; 11:16; 18:10. Chue:i-yu, a small territory in Loo, 16:

1.

Chung-hwuh, an officer of Chow, 18:11 fhung-knng, the designation of Yen Yung, a disciple of Conf.,6:1,4; 11: 2; 12:2; 13:2. Chung-mow, a place in the state of

Tsiu, 17:7. Chung-ne, Confucius, 10: 22:—25. Chung-slr.ih Yu, the same as K'ung

Wan, 14: 20. Chung Yew, styled Tsze-loo, a disciple

of Conf.,6: 6; 11: 23; 18: 6. Chw.ing of Peen, 14:13. £, a small town on the borders of the

State of Wei, 3: M, E, a famous archer, B. c. about 2150,14

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Hwuy of Lewes, posthumous title of
Chen Hwo, an officer of Loo, 15:13;
IS: 2, a
Jon Pei, a man of Loo. 17: 20.
Kan, the Master ol the band at Loo,
18:9.

Kaou-tsung, the hon. epithet of the emperor Wbo-ting, B. c. 1323—1263,14: 43.

Kaou-yaou, a minister of Shun, 12: 22. Ke, a small state in which sacrifices to the emperors of the Hca dynasty were maintained by their descendants, 3: 9. Ke, a small state in Shan-se, 18:1. Ke family, the family of Ke Wang of Loo,3': 1,6; 6: 7; 11:16; 16:1; 18: 3.

Ke Hwan, or Ke Sze, the head of the Ke family in the latter days of Conf., 18:4. *

Ke K'ang, the hon. epithet of Ke-sun Fei, the head of one of the three great families of Loo, 2:20; 6:6; 11: 6: 13:17,18,19; 14:23. Ke-kwa. an officer of Chow, 18:11. Ke Loo, the same as Tsze-loo, 5:25;

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Kutig-shan Fiih-jaou, a confederate of Nan-yung, a disciple of Conf.,5: 1; 11

Yang Ho, 17:0.
Kung-shuh Wan, an officer of the State

of Wei, 14:14,19.
Kung-suu OU'aou,of Wei, 19: 22.
Kung Wan, posthumous title of Tsze-

yu, an officer of Wei, 5:14. Kung-yay Ch'ang, the son-iu-law of

Conf., 5:1.
Kwan Chung, by name E Woo, chief

minister to the Duke Hwan of Ts'c

B. c. 683—640, 3: 22; 14: 10,17,18. K'wang, the name of a town, 9: 5; 11:

22.

Laou, surnamed K'in, and styled Tsze-
k'ae or Tsze-chang, a disciple of Con-
fucius, 9:6.

Le, the name of Tang, founder of the
Shang dynasty, 20:1.

Le, a son of Conf., who died early, 11
7.

Leaou, a musician of Loo, 18: 9.
Lin Fang, styled Tsze-k'ew, a man of

Loo, supposed to have been a disci-:

pie of Conf., 3: 4,0. Ling, a duke of Wei, 14: 20; 15:1. Loo, *,he native State of Conf.,2:5; 3:

23; 5:2; 6: 22; 9: 14; 11:13; 13:

7; 14:15; 18:4,6,10. Mang Che-fan, named Tsih, an officer

of Loo, 6:13. Mang Chwang, the head of the Mang

family, anterior to Conf. time, 19:18. Mang E, the posthumous title of Mang

sun, the head of the Mang family, 2:

5.

Mang family, one of the three great families of Loo, 18: 3; 19:19.

Mang King, honorary title of Chungsun Ts'ee, son of Mang Woo, 8: 4.

Mang Kung-ch'o, the head of the Mang!
or Chung-sun family, in the time of
Conf., 14:12.

Mung-sun, named Hoke, the same as
Mang E, 2:5.

Mang Woo, hon. title of Che, the son
of Mang E, 2:6; 5:7.

Min, the music-master of Loo, 15: 41.
Min, Min Tsze-k'een, 11:12.

Min, Tsze-k'een, named Sun, a disciple
of Conf.. 6: 7; 11:2,4,13.

Mung, the eastern, the name of a moun-
tain, 16:1.
Nan-kung K'woh, supposed to be the

same as Nan Yung, 14: 6.
Nan-tsze, the wife of the duke of Wei,
and sister of prince Chaou, 6: 20.

5.

Ngaou, the son of Han Tsuh, (b. t

2100), 14:6. Wing Woo, hon. ep. of Ning Yu a_. t,l

ficer of Wei, 5: 20. Pang, an ancient worthy, 7:1. Pe, a place in the state of Loo, 6:7;

11:24; 16:1; 17:5. Pe-kan, an uncle of the tyrant Chow, 18: 1.

P'e Shin, a minister of the state of

Ch'ing, 14:9.
Peen, the name of a city, 14:10.
Peen, a city in Loo, 14:13.
Peih Heih, commandant of Chung

Mow, in the State of Tsin, 17: 7.
Pih family, 14:10.

Pih-e, hon. epithet of a worthy of the
Shang dynasty,5: 22; 7:14; 16:12;
18:8.

Pih-kwoh, an officer of Chow, 18:11.
Pih-new, the denomination of Tsae
Kang, surnamed Yen, a disciple of
Conf., 6:8; 11:2.
Pih-ta, an officer of Chow, 18:11.
Pih-yu, the eldest son of Conf., 10:18;
17:10.

jSeang, a musician of Loo, 18: 9.
See, the State of, 14:12.
Seen, an officer under Kung-shuh Wan,
14:19.

Shang, name of Tsze-hea, a disciple of

Conf.,3: 8; 11: 15.
Shaou, the music of Shun, 3:25; 7:13.
Shaou Hwuh, minister of duke Hwan's

brother, Kew, 14:17.
Shaou-leen, a person belonging to one
of the barbarous tribes of the East,
who retired from the world, 18:8.
She, a district in the State of Ts'oo, 7:.

18; 13:16. Sue-shuh, named Yew-keih, an officer

of Ch'ing, 14: 9. |Shih-mun, one of the frontier passes

between Ts'e and Loo, 14:41. Shin Chang, styled Tsze-chow, a disciple of Conf.,5: 10. Show-yang mountain, in Shau-se, 16; 12.

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

Shuh-sun, one of the three great fami-
lies of Loo, 2: 5.

Shuh-sun Woo-shuh, a chief of the
Shuh-sun family, 19: 23,24.

Shuh-ts'e, hon. epithet of a worthy of
the Shang dynasty, 5:22; 7:14; 16:
12; 18:8.

Shuh-yay, an officer of Chow, 18:11.

Shun, the emperor, 6: 28; 8: 18, 20; 12:22; 14:45; 15:4; 20:1.

Sin, Tsang-sin, a disciple, of Com*., 4: 15; 11:17.

Sung, a State in which sacrifices to the -"mperors of the Hea dynasty were maintained by their descendants, 3: 9; 6:14.

Sze, the name of Tsze-chang, a disciple of Conf., 11: 15,17.

Sze-ma New, named Kang, a brother of Hwan T'uy, and a disciple of Conf. 12:3, 5, 5.

Ta-heang, the name of a village, 9: 2.

Tae mountain, on the border between
Loo and Tse, 3: 6.

Tae-pih, the eldest son of king T'ae,
and grandfather of Wan, the founder
of the Chow dynasty, 8:1.

Tan-t'ae Mee-ming, styled Tsze-yu, a disciple of Conf., 6:12.

Tang, the dynastic name of the emperor Yaou, 8: 20.

Tang, the founder of the Shang dynasty, 12: 22; 20:1.

Tang, the State of, 14:12.

Teen, the name of Tsang Sih, father of Tsang Sin, and a disciple of Conf.,: 11:25.

Ting, the posthumous epithet of Sung,

prince of Loo, 3: 19; 13:15.
To an officer of the state of Wei, styled

Tsze-yu, 6.14; 14:20.
Tsae-go, by name Yu, and styled Tsze-

go, a disciple of Conf., 3: 21; 6: 24;

11: 2; 17: 21. Tsae Yu, a disciple of Conf., who slept

in the day time, the same as the

prec., 5:9. Ts'ae, the State of, 11: 2; 18: 9. Tsang Sih, named Teen, the father of

Tsang Sin, and a disciple of Conf.,

11: 25.

Tsang Sin, styled Tsze-vu, a disciple of

ConC, 1: 4,0; 4:15; 8:3,-7; 12

24; 11: 28; 19: 10,-19. Tsang Wan, the honorary ti le of

Tsaug-sun Shin, a great officer of

Loo, 5:17; 15:13.

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