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Wickedness, the virtuous will preserves |
irum, IV. iv.
Will, the virtuous, preserves from
Wisdom and virtue, chief elements of,
Wishes, different, of Yen, Yuen, &C.,
Withdrawing from public life, differ-
I XIV. xl.
| Withdrawing from the world, Con-
known, XX. iii.
Workshop, the student's, XIX. vii.
Young, duty of the, I. vi.; should be
regarded with respect, IX. xxii.
OF PROPER NAMES IN THE CONFUCIAN ANALECTS.
Names in Italics will be found in their own places in this Index, with additional
£, a famous archer, B.C. about 2150,
E-yih, a person who retired from the
world, XVIII. viii.
Fan Ch'e, byname Seu, and designated
Fan Seu.the sameas Fan CA'e,XIII. iv.
Gae, the honourable title of Tseang,
duke of Loo, B.C. 493—467, II. xix.,
III. xxi., VI. ii., XII. ix.
Ying, principal minister of Ts'e, V.
Han, the river, XVIII. ix.
Hea dynasty, II. xxiii., III. ix., xxi.,
Heen, the name of Yuen Sze, a disciple
Hwan, the three great families of Loo,
Hwan, the dukeofT'se, B.C. 683—642,
XIV. xvi., xviii.
a disciple of Confucius, II. ix., V.
viii., VI. v., ix., IX. xix., XI. iii., x.,
of Chen Hwo, an officer of Loo, XV.
xiii., XVIII. ii., viii.
Joo Pei, a man of Loo, XVII. xx.
Kan, the Master of the band at Loo,
the Emperor Woo-ting, B.C. 1323—
1263, XIV. xliii.
Ke, a small state in which sacrifices to
Ke, a small state in Shan-se, XVIII. i.
Ke family, the family of Ke K'ang of
Kwan Chung, by name E Woo, chief
K'wang, the name of a town, IX. v.,
Laou, surnamed K'in, and styled Tsze-
k-ue or Tsze-chang, a disciple of
Confucius, IX. vi.
Shang dynasty, XX, i.
Leaou, a musician of Loo, XVIII.
Lin Fang, styled Tsze-k'ew, a man of
Ling, a duke of Wei, XIV. xx xv. i.
Loo, the native State of Confucius, II.
Mang Che-fan, named TsVh, an officer
of Loo, VI. xiii.
sun, the head of the Mang family,
Mang family, one of the three great
Mang King, honorary title of Chung-
Mang Kung-ch'o, the head of the Mnng
or Chung-sun family, in the time of
Confucius, XIV. xii.
Matty E, II. v.
son of Mang E, II. vi., V. vii.
of Confucius, VI, vii., XI. ii., iv.,
Mung, the eastern, the name of a
Nan-kung K'woh, supposed to be the
Nan-tsze, the wife of the duke of Wei,
Nan-yung, a disciple of Confucius, V.
Ngaou, the son of Han Tsuh (B.C.
Ning Woo, honorary epithet of Ning
P'ang, an ancient worthy, VII. i.
XI. xxiv., XVI. i., XVII. v.
Ch'ing, XIV. ix.
Mow, in the State of Tsin, XVII.
Pihfamily, XIV. x.
Pih-e, honorary epithet of a worthy
of the Shang dynasty, V. xxii., VII.
xiv., XVI. xii., XVIII. viii.
Pih-new, the denomination of Tsae
Pih-ta, an officer of Chow, XVIII. xi.
Pih-yu, the eldest son of Confucius,
Seang, a musician of Loo, XVIII. ix.
Shang, name of Tsze-hea, a disciple of
Shaou, the music of Shun, III. Kit.,
Shaou Hwuh.ministerof Duke Hwan's
brother, Kew, XIV. xvii.
of the barbarous tribes of the East,
who retired from the world, XVIII.
She, a district in the State of Ts'oo,VII.
She-shuh, named Yew-keih, an officer
Shih-mun, one of the frontier passes
Shin Ch'ang, styled Tsze-chow, a dis-
Shfih-hea, an officer of Chow, XVIII.
Shuh-sun, one of the three great fami-
Shuh-sun, Woo-shuh, a chief of the
Shuh-ts'e, honorary epithet of a