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7 “But if the minister, when he finds men of ability, be jealous
and hates them ; if, when he finds accomplished and sage-like men, he oppose them and do not allow their advancement, showing himself really not able to bear them ;-such a man will not be able to protect my descendants and people; and will there not indeed be
dangers from him ? 8 “The prosperity and unsettledness of a State may arise from one
The glory and tranquillity of a State also may perhaps arise from the excellence of one man.
P. 7. A thoroughly bad and dangerous minister. the dict. the first definition of is time For , 'to cover over,' the “Great Learning' 'a tree without branches,' which gives us the idea synonymous nearly with For
of sterility.' The opposite idea is conveyed by
'a plant in the glory of its leaves and 不達 it has 不通,but that pariation does not affect the meaning at all.
惶 is formel from阜 and 毁 P. 8.
abbreviated, and='a mound falling to pieces.' Fowing from the good and bad minister respectively. By the ‘one man' to whom such consequences The general meaning of the terms tie is are attributed, either of good or evil, we are to sufficiently determined by their opposition to
understand the good minister of par. 6 or the
bad one of par. 7. This is the opinion of Ts'ae, 榮懷: The critics generally content therm- after Gian-kows, and of the commentators generselves with saying that they=MT, 'unrest. call attention to the opinion of Leu Tsoo-hën But that is the idea conveyed by P alone, as its
and some others, that the duke intends himself opposite 懷一安, or tranguility. Now in seem at all likely.
as the one man' of the State. This does not
Parts of the whole Book are indicated by I., II., Sc.; separate Books by i., ii. fc.;
Parts of Books by Pt. i., Pt. ii., Sc.; and Paragraphs by 1, 2, fc.
Ancients, emblematic figures of the, II. iv. 4. lessons of the, must be followed, IV. viii. Pt.
iii. 3: V. ix. 5, 21, 22:xv. 14, 15: xx. 16: Ability, three grades of, V. xix. 4, 6.
xxiv. 11. Abstinence from spirits inculcated on the young, important saying of the, V. xxx. 1. V. x. 4.
Announcement of Yu's completed work, III. i. Acts of Shun as emperor, II. i. 15—27.
Pt. ii. 23.
of the completion of the war by Woo, V. iii. 3. Administration of Shun, II. i. 5—12.
- the Great, vii. title, 1. commencement of Yu's, ii. 9–19.
to the prince of K'ang, ix. title. Admonition of Yu to the emperor, II. iv. 2. about Drunkenness, x. title. - of E Yin to T'ae-këă, IV. iv. 8: vi. 1.
of the duke of Shaou, xii. title. - to the prince of K‘ang, V. ix. 18, 19, 22–24. - concerning Lo, xiij. title. - of the duke of Chow to Ching, xv. 12—19: - of the royal will to the officers of Shang, xiv. xix. 16-22.
1: xvii. 2. - to Chung of Tsae, xvii. 2–8.
- of king K'ang, xxiii. title. of king Ping to prince Wăn, xxviii. 4. Antiquity, Yaou and Shun studied, V. xx. 3. Advice to the young, V. x. 4, 5.
Anxiety, trembling, of king Muh, V. xxvi. I. the duty of listening to good, xv. 18—19. Anxious thought, mecessity of, IV. v. Pt. iii. 8: given by all the princes to K'ang, xxiii. 2, 3. viii. Pt. ii. 6. Affection between Fung and the duke of Chow, - connected with the dignity of the emperor, V. ix. 14.
xii. 9, 23 : xvi. 18. Affections, Heaven has no, &c., IV. v. Pt. iii. | Appearance of Foo Yuč, IV. viii. Pt. i. 3. 1; V. xvii. 4.
Arbitrary, Heaven's bestowments on men not, Against Luxurious Ease, V. xv. title.
IV. ix. 3. Aged, exhortation to respect the, V. xii. 12. Archer, Pwan-kăng's will like an, IV. vii. Pt. Agriculture, Yaou's efforts to promote, I. 3, 10. i. 15. Tseih, the minister of, II. i. 17, 18: iv. I: v. Archery, II. iv. 6: IV. v. Pt. i. 7. xxvii. 8.
Archives of the Yin dynasty, V. xiv. 19. Aim, necessity of a bigh, V. xx. 17.
Armies, the imperial, III. ii. 1: iv. 1: V. xxiii. 3. Altars, the duke of Chow makes two, V. vi. 4. of king Woo, V. i. Pt. ii. 1 ; Pt. iii. 1. Anarchy in Show's reign, IV. xi. 3.
Arrangements, the five, V. iv. 4, 8. Ancestors send down calamities from heaven on Arranger of the Ancestral temple an officer
their unworthy posterity, IV. vii. Pt. ii. 11 under Shun, II. i. 23. -14.
Artful-tongued men unfit for office, V. xix. 20. - direction with regard to the worship of, ix. 5. | Arts, men of, V. xix. 9. Ancestral temple, II. i. 8, 15, 23: ii. 19: IV. iv. | Assembly at Măng-tsin. V. i. Pt. i. 1. 8: V. Pt. i. 2: vi. 10.
Assessors to Heaven, the deceased emperors of - worship, IV. iv. I: V. i. Pt. i. 6; Pt. iii. 3: Yin were, V. xvi. 8. iii. 3.
Assistant, God gave Woo-ting a good, IV. viii. Ancient times, the teachings of, V. xxvii. 2.
Pt. i. 2.
the Grand, V. xx. ).
Cattle of the army, order respecting, V. xxix. the Junior, 6. Astronomy of Yaou, I. 3,-8.
Caution necessary from first to last, V. xvii. 4, of Shun, II. i. 5.
5: xx. 19: xxiv. 13. of Hea, III. iy. 4.
Cautions to the viscount of Wei, V. viii. 4, 5. - of The Great Plan,' V. iv. 8.
Censorship, duty of, II. iv. 5: IV. iv. 7.
Ceremonies of Shun, II. i. 6-9, xxii. 12--29.
--- on the death of a king, V. xxii. 12--29. В B.
Chamberlain, Pil-koung appointed High, V.
Change of the people of Yin in the course of a Bad heart, king Muh speaks of his, V. xxvi. 3. Character of the people of Yin, bad, V. xxiv. 10.
generation, V. xxiv. 3, 4. Bamboo-mats, V. xxii. 15, 18.--- -arrows of Suy. Charge, the to Yuč, IV. viii. title. 19.
to the viscount of Wei, V. viii, title, Banishment, II. i. 11,12,20 : III. i. Pt. ii. 21. 22.
to Chung of Tsae, xvii. tille. Barbarous tribes, invasion of, V. xxviii. 2. See
to Keun-chéin, xxi. 1. Wild. Barter established by Yu, II. iv 1.
the Testamentary, xxii. tille.
to the duke of Peih xxiv, tille. Battle, rules to be observed in, V. ii.7–10.
to Keung, xxvi. title. of Muh, V. iii. 9. Bears and grisly bears, brave men compared to, Chief mourner, the king's son the, V. xxii. 11.
to prince Wăn, V. xxviii. title. V. ii. 9 : xxiii. 5. Comp. II. i. 22. Bell, a woodentongued, III. iv. 3.
Chronology, subjects of, V. iv. 8.
Coats buttoned on the left, V. xxiv, 13. Bench, the gem-adorned, V. xxii 2, 15, 17, 24. and others used at a funeral, 16, 18.
Coffer, the Metal-bound, V. vi. title, 11, 16.
Communication, the minister of, II. i. 25,
between heaven and earth stopped, V. xxvii.
6. iii. 1. Birth of a son, the commencement of a -dynasty Compliments between Shun and his ministers,
Completion of the War, V. ii. title. compared to the, V. xii. 19.
II. ii. 2a-8. Boasting destroys merit, IV. viii. Pt. ii. 7.
- between T'ae-këň and E Yin, IV. v. Pt. ii, 2 Boat, a good minister like a, IV. viji. Pt. i. 6.
--7. Body-guards of king Woo, V. ii. 2. Bow of lo, the, V. xxii. 19.
– between Woo-ting and Yuě, IV. viii. Pt. ii. Bows and arrows, red and black, V. xxviii. A.
12, 13; Pt. iii. 11. Branding used as a punishment, V. xxvii
. 3, 18. Confession of T'ae-këž, IV. v. Pt. ii. 3.
to the duke of Chow, V. xiii. 14--21. Bribery, warning against, V. xxvi. 8: xxvii. 16.
Confidence between Fung and the duke of Chow, among the people of Meaou, 12.
V. ix. 14. Brilliant success of Wăn and Woo, V. xxii. 5: xxvi. 2.
Conquest of Le, IV. x. title.
Constitution of man conferred by Heaven, V. Brotherly duties, evil of neglecting, V. ix. 16.
iv. 2. Builder, Yuě a, IV. viii. Pt. i. 3. Bull, a, used in sacrifice, V. xii. 5: xiii. 29.
Contempt of parents often manifested by the Businesses, the five, V. iv. 4, 6.
sons of the industrious, V. xv. 2. Contrast between the present and past conduct
of Cling's ministers, V. vii. 13. с
Conveyances, four, II. .iv. 1.
by water, III. i. passim.
by ox-carts, V. X. 6. Calamities sent from heaven by ancestors, IV. Co-operation of king Ching, the duke of Chow vii. Pt. ii. 11-14.
seeks the, V. xiii 23. sent down on the house of Chow, V. vii. 1. of prince Shih, xvi. 16. 2. 13.
of the princes of' Yin, king Ching seeks the, - on Yin, V. xiv, 17.
xviii. 21. sent by Heaven may be avoided, &c., IV. v. - of all the princes, king K‘ang seeks the, Pi. ii. 3.
xxiii. 6. Calendar of Yaou, I. 3–8.
Corruption of morals follows the long enjoyment of Shun, II. i. 8.
of emolument in families, V. xxiv. 9. - elements of the, V. iv. 8.
Counsellors, clifferent kinds of, V. xxx. 4, 5. Camp-followers, order respecting, V. xxix. 4. Counsels to the twelve pastors of provinces, II. Canon of Yaou, Pref. 1: 1. title.
i. 16. of Shun, Pref. 2: II. i. title.
- of the great Yu, II. ii, title: III. iv, 2. Canons of Yu, III. iii. 8.
Tang's, to his princes, IV. ii. 7, 9. Capital, removal of the, IV. vii.
E. Yin’s, to Tae-köă, IV. iv.: V. VI. 6-9. the, should be in a high situation, Pt. iii. 4. Covetousness discouraged, IV. vii. Pt. ii. 14, reasons for removal of the, Pt. 1. 2; Pt, iii. Pt. iii. 10, 12. 5, 6, 7.
Crafty counsellors, V. xxx, 5. - at Lò, building of the, V. xii.
Crime, the minister of, II. i. 20: ii. 11: V. iv. 7: Caps worn at a funeral, V. xxii. 21, 22, 23.
xix. 2+: xx. 11: xxvii. 9. Captains of thousands and of hundreds, V. ii. 2. Crimes of Keë, IV. i. 1-3: V. xiv. 3 : xriji. 4. Carefulness, constant, IV. ii. 9.
- of Show, IV. x. 2, 6, 7: V. i. Pt. ii. 5 : ii. 5, Carriages imperial used at a funeral, V. xxii. 20. 6: x. 11: xii. 10: xiv. 9. Castration used as a pumshment, V. xxvii, 3, 18. - how to deal with great, V. ix. 8, 10, 15, 16.
Wan and Woo did not occupy themselves Pt. ii. 18-22: V. ix. 1:x. 10, 13: xii. 6: xvi. with people's, V. xxiji. 5.
9: xx. 14 : xxiii. 4. Crowing hens, a bad omen, V. ii. 5.
- the six, V. xx. 1. Crown, the imperial, IV. v. Pt. ii. 1: V. xxii. 2. | Doubt of Tang as to the righteousness of his Cruelty of Show, V. i. Pt. i. 5 ; Pt. ii. 5; Pt. iii. course, IV, ii. 1. 3: iii. 6: xix. 5.
Doubts, examination of, V. iv. 4, 20-31. of Këč, V. xix. 3.
Dream, Woo-ting's, IV. viii. Pt. i. 2.
Dresses worn at a funeral, V. xxii. 22, 23.
Drunkenness of T'ae-k‘ang, III. iii. 6.
- of He and Ho, III, iy, 4.
- of Show, IV. xi. 1, 4: V. i. Pt. i, 5; Pt. ii. 3: Daily renewal of virtue, IV. ii. 8: vi. 6.
x. 11: xv. 13. Dancing habits of Yin, the, V. xxii. 19.
the Announcement about, V, X. title. Dark-coloured victim, Tang offers to God, a,
Duke of Chow. See Chow in Index II. IV. iii. 4.
of Shaou, V. xii. title. Days of the month, IV. Pt. ii, 1.
of Ts'in, V. xxx. title. and of the cycle of sixty, iv. iv. 1: V. i. Pt. Dukes, the two, V. vi. 2, 13, 17, 19. See Kung. il. 1 ; Pt. iii. 1: ii. 1: iii. 1, 3,9: xii. 1-6:
Duties of relatives, V. ix. 16. xiii. 3, 29: xiv. 1 : xviii, 1 :xxii. 1, 2, 10, 12:
being done, indulgence may follow, V. x. 7. xxiv. 1 : xxix. 5.
Dynasties, lessons to be learnt from previous, Death of Yaou, II. i. 13.
V. xii. 17, 18. of Shun, II. i. 28.
rise and fall of, xiv. 2-19 : xviii. 4–19. the duke of Chow prays for his own, instead — precedents of former, xx. 2-4.
of the king's, V. iv. 5, 6, 7. - of king Woo, V. vi. 12. - of king Ching, xxii. 10.
E - punishment of, on whom, and by whom to be
inflicted, V. ix. 8—10. punishment of, for drunkenness, V. x. 14, 16. Early, T'ang rose, IV. v. Pt. i. 5. - redemption of the punishment of, V. xxvii. Early life of Woo-ting, IV. viii. Pt. iii. 1. 18.
Ears, cutting off the, as a punishment, V. ix. Decision, the necessity of, V. xx. 17.
10: xxvii. 3. Declaration, the Great, V. i. title.
Earth, sacrifices to the great, y. i. Pt. i. 10. Decree of Heaven, presumptuous confidence in See Heaven.
the, IV. x. 5: V. i. Pt. i. 6 : Pt. ji. 5 : xviii. Ease, Against Luxurious, V. xiv. title. 3, 5, 14.
people generally love their, V. xxx. 2. not constant, V. ix. 23: xvi. 2-6.
Eastern frontier, the, V. xxi, 1: xxiv. I. Defiant reply of Show, IV. x. 5.
Eclipse of the sun, IÍI. iv. 4. Degeneracy of Pwan-kăng's ministers, IV. vii. Education, king Woo's attention to, V. iii 10. Pt. i. 7.
Effort, necessity of, IV. v. Pt. iii. 8: V. ix 6: of the sons of hard-working people frequent,
xiii, 13. V. xv. 2.
on behalf of the people encouraged, IV. vii. causes the loss of the favour of Heaven, V. Pt. iii, 10, 12. xvi. 4.
Eight objects of government, V. iv. 4. 7.
Elders, the duty of respecting, IV. iv. 4: V. Deluge of Yaou, the, I. 11: II. ii. 14: iv. 1: V. xii. 12. iv. 3.
Eldest son of God, the emperor the, V. xii. 6, 13. Yu's labours on the, III. i.
Elements, the five, 11. ii. 7:III. V. 3:9. iv. 3,4,5. Demoralization of the people in Show's reign, Embroidery, II. iv. 4. IV. x. 3: xi, 2.
Emergencies, preparation for, IV. viii. Pt. ii. 8. Dependence of the emperor on his ministers, Emolument, the long enjoyment of, in families II. iv. 3, 4: IV. v. Pt. i. 3.
corrupts their morals, V. xxiv. 9. on his people, IV. v. Pt. ii. 2: vi. 11.
Emperor, the, should endeavour to keep the Devotion of the Grand-tutor to his dynasty, IV. affections of the people, III. iii. 4, 5. xi. 8, 9.
- Tiang, the fellow and equal of Heaven, IV. Diligence, the necessity of, V. xx. 17: xxi. 3 : v. Pt. iii. 3: viji. Pt, iii. 10. xxvii. 13.
inauguration of an, V. xxii. 23-29. Disease, a laborious situation compared to a, V. the great. xxvii. 5, 7. See Example. ix. 6, 9.
Enemy, Show, the, of the people, V. i. Pt. iii. 4. Dissipation of the emperor T'ae-k-ang, III. iii. Enigmatical reply of the tortoise, V. vii. 3, 15. 1, 6.
Ensign of king Woo, V. ii. 1. of the tyrant Show, IV. x. 2.
Entreats, the duke of Chow, Shih to assist him of Këē, V. xviii, 4,
in the government, V. xvi. 16, 17, 19--21. Divination, practised by Shun, II. ii. 18. Entrenchments, soldiers forbidden to leave the, — by Pwan-king, IV. vii. Pt. i. 2.
V. xxix. 4. - by king Woo, V. i. Pt. ii. 5: iv. 20—31 : vii. 9. Errors, Tiang changed his, IV. ii. 5. - by Woo's ministers, V. vi. 2, 8, 9, 18.
king Muh acknowledges his, V. xxvi. 3. - by king Ching, V. vii. 3—9, 15.
Establishment of Government, The, V. xix. title. by the duke of Chow, V. xii. 2: xiii. 3, 4. Evil, all acts of, contribute to disorder, V. xvii. 4. Domains, or Tenures, the five, II. iv 8: III. i. Examination of doubts, V. iv. 20--31.
Example, importance of emperor's, II. iii. 5: iv. | Flatterers, king Muh warns Keung against, V. 7, 11: IV. ii. 8.
xxvi. 5, 6, 7. of freedom from luxurious ease, V. xv. 4-6, Flattery of superiors, a custom of the Shang 8-11, 16, 17.
dynasty, V. xxiv, 8. - of the duke of Chow, V. xxi. 2.
Flight, recommended to the viscount of Wei, - Keun-ya urged to follow the, of his grand IV. xi. 8. father and father, V. xxv. 3, 6, 7.
Flood. See Deluge. Exhortations to officers, various, V. xx. 15—20. Foolish become wise by thinking, the, V. xvill. Expedition, Yu's, against the Meaouites, II. ii.
17. 20, 21.
Forbearance, to be exercised towards the besotof Yin, III. iv, title.
ted ministers of Yin, V. x. 15, 16. of king Ching to the east, V. vii. 15.
of Heaven towards Show, xviii. 17. against the wild tribes of the Hwae and of - in government, xxi. 7. Seu, V. xxix. 1.
Foreign things, against making too much of, V. Extravagance of the tyrant Show, V. i. Pt. i. 5. v. 8.
- comes with emolument unperceived, xx. 18. Forester, Shun's, II. j. 22. Extremities, the six, V. iv. 4.
example of the, IV. v. Pt. i. 7. Four Seas, II. i. 13; et passim.
eminences, the. See Mountains. F
kingdoms, the imperial domain of Yin divid
ed into, V. xiv. 21 : xviii. 2. Face, virtue not to be judged by the, V. xix. 2. Fragrance, the, of perfect government influences
classes of the people, V. xx. 12. - the appearance of the, may help the judgment in criminal cases, V. xxvii. 17.
spirits, V. xxi. 3. Fame of Yu universal, III. i. Pt. ii. 23.
of virtue, xxvii. 4. — of the duke of Peih will be inexhaustible, v. Funeral ceremonies of king Ching, V. xxii. 12
xxiv. 14. Familiarity, against improper, V. v. 4.
Funerals, Woo taught attention to, V. iii. 10. Fashions, thre econdemned by T'ang, IV. iv. 17. Father, duty of a, to love his children, V. ix. 16.
G how a son may cover the faults of his, xvii.
2, 3. Keun-ya urged to follow the example of his, Gem-stone, Yu presents a, to the emperor, III. xxv. 3, 6, 7.
i. Pt. ii. 23. Faults, king Muli acknowledges his, V. xxvi. 3. Gems used at a funeral, V. xxii. 15, 16, 17, 19. Favouritism, against, IV. viii. Pt. ii. 5, 9. General Regulator, appointment of Shun to be, of the tyrant Show, V. i. Pt. i. 5 : ii.
II. i. 2. Feet, cutting off the, as a punishment, V. xxvii. do., of Yu, 17. 18.
Gentleness and strictness to be combined in Fellow, T'ang was the, of God, IV. v. Pt. iii. 3: government, V. xxi. 7. viii. Pt. iii. 10.
Goat, a, used in sacrifice, V. xii. 5. Fidelity of ministers urged, II. iv. 5: IV. iv. 7. GOD, II. i. 6: iv. 2 : IV. i. 2 : ii. 3 : iii. 2, 8: iv. Figures, emblematic, of the ancients, II. iv. 4. 8: v. Pt. iii. 3: vii. Pt. iii. 6: viii. Pt. i. 2: Filial piety enforced, IV. v. Pt. ii. 7: V. x. 6: V. i. Pt. i. 6, 7, 10; Pt. iii. 3: iii. 6: iv. 3, xvii. 2, 3.
15: vi. 7: vii. 9, 13: viii. 3 : ix. 4: xii. 9, 14: – duty, Ching's sense of, V. vii. 11.
xiv. 2, 4, 5, 8, 10, 13, 14 : xvi. 3, 11, 14: xviii. neglect of, abhorred by all, ix. 16.
4, 5 : xix. 2, 4, 5, 6: xxiii. 5 : xxvii. 4, 12: of prince Wăn, xxviii. 3.
xxviii. 1. Fines, the five redemption, instituted by king Good, defined, IV. vi. 8. Muh, V. xxvii. 15, 17, 18.
— of the people, the object of government, IV. Fire, a minister of Heaven compared to, III. iv. 6. viii. Pt. ii. 2. Five tokens of gem, II. i. 7.-kinds of gems, V. - the people are born, V. xxi. 14. xxii. 19.
Goodness, all acts of, contribute to government, - duties, ceremonies, habiliments, punishments, V. xvii. 4. &c., II. iii. 6.
Government, the object of, IV. viii. Pt. ii. 2. punishments, V. xxvii. 3, 12, 13, 17, 22.
good, depends on officers, 5. colours, and notes, II. iv. 4.
the eight objects of, V. iv. 4, 7. -coloured earths, III. i. Pt. i. 35.
three virtues of, iv. 17. presidents, II. iv. 8.
the Establishment of, xix. title. elements, III. ii. 3: V. iv. 3, 4, 5.
happy result of Shun's, xxvii. 10. Sons, III. iii. title.
happy results of Wăn and Woo's, xxii. 5: constant virtues, V. i. Pt. iii. 2.
xxvi. 2. orders of nobility, V. iii. 10.
Grain beaten down by a storm, V. vi. 16, 19. relations, II. i. 19: IV. iv. 5: V. iii. 10: iv. 2, Grand Tutor, IV. xi. 1: V. xx. 5 : xxiv. 2, 6, 12. 3: xx. 8: xxv. 4.
- Guardian, V. v. 1: xii. 2, 8: xiii. 2 : xvi. 19: statements, redemption fines, cases of error, xx. 5: xxii. 3, 11, 23: xxiii. 1, 2. V. xxvii. 15, 16.
- Assistant, xx. 5. happinesses, V. iv. 4, 9, 39.
Historiographer, vi. 5, 17: xix. 9, 24: xxii. 23. -- businesses, V. iv. 4, 6.
banner, the merits of officers recorded on the, arrangements, V. iv. 4, 8.
xxv. 1. domains or tenures. See Domains.
Grass used in divination, II. ii. 18: V. iv. 20—31. Five hundred le, division of the country by dis - the common people compared to, V. xxi. 4. tances of, III. i, Pt. ii. 18-22.
mats of, uscd at a funeral, V. xxii. 17.