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Kaou-yaou, a minister of Shun, 3. 1: Kung, Keu-sin, 2. 2: 4. 4.; 7. 1: 35.; 2:38.

Kung-e, prime minister of Loo, 6. 2: Ke, a small State in Shan-se, 2. 1:1. 6. K'e, the viscount of Wei in Shan-se, 6. Kung-hang, an officer of Ts'e, 4. 2: 27. 1:6.

Kung-lew, the duke of Lew, an ancesK'e, the son of the emperor Yu, 5. 1: tor of the Chow family, 1. 2: 5. 6.

Kung-ming E, a disciple, first of TszeK'e, the name of a mountain, and also chang, and then of Tsang Sin, 3. 1:

of the old State of Chow, 1. 2:5, 14. 1.; 2:3, 9.; 4. 2: 24. 15.; 4. 2:1.

Kung-ming Kaou, a disciple of Tsang K'e, the name of a stream, 6. 2:6. Sin, 5. 1: 1. Ke family, the family of Ke K'ang of Kung-shoo, a celebrated mechanist of Loo, 4. 1: 14.

Loo, named Pan, now the god of carKe Hwan, the head of the Ke family penters, 4. 1: 1.

in the latter days of Confucius, 5. 2: Kung-sun Ch'ow, a disciple of Mencius, 4.

2. 1:1, 2.; 2:2, 6, 14.; 3. 2: 7.; 4. 1: Ke Leang, an officer of Ts'e, slain in 18.; 6. 2:3, 13.; 7. 1: 31, 32, 39, 41.; battle, 6. 2:6.

2:1, 36. Keang, the Yang-tsze river, 3. 1: 4.; Kung-sun Yen, a celebrated scholar of 2:9.

Wei, 3. 2: 2. Keang, the lady of, 1. 2:5.

Kung-too, a disciple of Mencius, 2. 2: Keaou, a brother of the prince of 5.; 3. 2: 9.; 4. 2: 30.; 6. 1:5, 6, 15.; T-saou, 6. 2: 2.

7. 1:43. Kee, the tyrant, 1. 1: 2.; 2. 8.; 4. 1: Kwan barbarians, 1. 2:3.

9.; 5. 1:6, 7.; 6. 2:2, 6, 9, 10. K'wan, the father of the emperor Yu, Keo-shaou, the name of a piece of mu 5. 1: 3. sic, 1. 2: 4.

Kwan Chung, by name E-woo, minister Keu, the name of an ancient State, 1. of Hwan, duke of Tsée, 2. 1:1.; 2: 2:3.

2.; 6. 2:15. Keu-sin, the governor of P'ing-luh, 2. Kwan-shuh, the elder brother of the 2:4.

duke of Chow, 2. 2: 9. Keue, a place in Tsin, famous for horses, B'wang, music-master and wise coun5. 1:9.

sellor of Tsin, 4. 1:1.; 6. 1:7. K'ew, the name of Yen Yew, a disciple K'wang Chang, a minister of Ts'e, 3. of Confucius, 4. 1:14.

2:10.; 4. 2: 30. Kih, a small State adjoining to Tsin, 5. K'wei-kóew, the place where the duke 1:11.

Hwan assembled the princes, 6.2: 7. K'in Chang, named Laou, a disciple of Lae Choo, the minister of T'ang, 7. 2: Confucius, 7. 2: 37.

38. King, a place punished by the duke He Lang-yay, a mountain and city in Ts'e, of Loo, 3. 1: 4.; 2:9.

1. 2:4. King, the duke of Tsée, B. c. 546-488, Le, a cruel emperor of the Chow dy

1. 2: 4.; 3. 1:1.; 2: 1.; 4. 1: 7.; 5. nasty, 6. 1:6. 2:7.

Le Low, a man of Hwang-te's time, of King Ch'ow, an officer of Tsée, 2. 2: 2. very acute vision, 4. 1: 1. King Chʻun, a man who plumed him- Leang, the state of Wei in Tsin, so

self on his versatility, 3. 2: 2. called from its capital, 1. 1:1–6.; 7. Ko, the name of a State in Ho-nan, 1. 2:1. 2:3, 11.; 3. 2: 5.

Ling, the duke of Wei, 5. 2:4. Ko, or Ka, a city in Ts'e, 2. 2: 6.; 3. 2: Ling-k-ew, a city on the border of Ts'e, 10.

2. 2:5. Koo-sow, Shun's father, 4. 1:28.; 5. 1: Loo, the native State of Confucius, 1. 2, 4.; 6. 1:6.; 7. 1:35.

2:12, 16.; 2. 2: 7.; 3. 1: 2.; 4. 2: Kow-ts'een, the name of a prince in the 21.; 6. 1: 8.; 2:1,4.; 6. 2: 6, 8, 13.; Lee Kwo, 1. 2: 3.

7. 1: 24, 36.; 2: 17, 37. Kung Che-ke, an officer of the State Lung, an ancient worthy, 3. 1: 3.; 6. of Yu, 6. 1: 9.

1: 7.

Mang, Mang K'o, Mencius, 1. 2: 16. (Pih-kung E, an officer of Wei, 5. 2: 2.
Mang Chung, a nephew, or perhaps a Pih-kung Yew, a bravo of Wei, 2, 1: 2.
son, of Mencius, 2. 2: 2.

Pih-le He, a chief minister of the duke
Mang Heen, a worthy minister of Loo, Muh of Ts'in, 5. 1:9.; 6. 2:6, 15.
5. 2: 3.

Pin, a settlement founded by Kung-lew,
Mang Ke, a younger brother of Mang) 1. 2: 14.
Chung, 6. 1:5.

P‘ing, the duke of Loo, 1. 2:16.
Mang Pun, a celebrated bravo of Tsée, P‘ing, the duke of Tsin, B. C. 556-531,
2. 1:2.

5. 2:3
Mang She-shay, a man of valour, 2. 1: P'ing-luh, a city on the southern bor-
2.

der of Ts'e, 2. 2:4.; 6. 2:5.
Me, an unworthy favourite of the duke Po, a city in Ho-nan, T'ang's capital,
Ling, 5. 1:8.

3. 2:5.; 5. 1:6, 7.
Meen K'eu, a man of Ts'e, who taught Pun-shing Kwoh, an officer of Ts'e, 7.

a slow style of singing, 6. 2: 6. 2:29.
Mih Teih, a heresiarch, 3. 1:5.: 2:9.; San E-sang, an able minister of King
7. 1: 26.

Wan, 7. 2: 38.
Mih, barbarous tribes of the North, 6. San Meaou, the State of, 5. 1:3.
2: 10.

San-wei, a region in the West, 5. 1:3.
Mih K'e, a person whose words are Se, the lady, a celebrated beauty of
quoted, 7. 2: 19.

Confucius' time, 4. 2: 25.
Min Tsze-k‘een, a disciple of Confucias, Seang, the half brother of Shun, 5. 1:
2. 1:2.

2, 3.; 6. 1:6.
Ming-teaou, the place where Shun died, Seang, hon. epithet of Hih, king of
4. 2:1.

Leang, 1. 1:6.
Muh, the residence of the tyrant Kee, See, the name of an ancient principali-
5. 1:7.

ty adjoining T'ang, 1. 2: 14.; 2. 2:4.
Muh, the posthumous epithet of the See, Shun's minister of instruction, 3.

duke of Loo, 1. 2: 12.; 2. 2:11.; 5. 1: 4.
2:6, 7.; 6. 2:6.

See Keu-chow, a minister of Sung, 3.
Muh, the duke of Tsʻin, B. C. 659-620, 2:6.
5. 1: 9.; 6. 2:6.

See Lew, Tsze-lew, a disciple of the
Muh Chung, a friend of Many Heen, Confucian school, 2. 2:11.; 3. 2: 8.
5. 2: 3.

Seu, a place punished by the duke He
Muh Pfei, an ambitious man, 7. 2:37. of Loo, 3. 1: 4.; 2: 9.
Nan-yang, the name of a place, 6. 2: 8. Seu Peih, a disciple of Mencius, 3. 1:5.;
New mountain, the, 6. 1: 8.

4. 2:18.
Ngan, or Gan, the principle minister of Seuen, the king of Ts'e, B. C. 332, 1. 1:
Ts'é, 1. 2: 4.; 2. 1: 1.

7.; 2:1–11.; 4. 2: 3.; 5. 2: 9.; 7.
North Sea, the, 5. 2: 1.

1:39.
P'ang Kang, a disciple of Mencius, 3. Shang, the dynasty, 3. 2:5.; 4. 1:7.
2:4.

She, an officer of Ts'e, 2. 2: 10.
Pang Mung, the pupil and murderer Shih-k‘ew, a place in Sung, 6. 2: 4.
of the archer E, 4. 2: 24.

Shin-ming, the second of the Five em-
Pe, a place in the State of Loo, 5. 2: 3.

perors, 3. 1:4.
Pe-kan, an uncle of the tyrant Chow, Shin Ku-le, minister of the prince of
2. 1:1.; 6. 1:6.

Loo, 6. 2:8.
Peih Chen, a minister of the State of Shin Ts'eang, a son of Tsze-chang,
Pang, 3. 1:3.

Confucius' disciples, 2. 2: 11.
Peih-ying, the place where king Wan Shin T‘ung, a high minister of Tsée, 2.
died, 4. 2:1.

2:8.
Pih-e, hon. epithet of a worthy of the Shin-yew, a friend of the philosopher

Shang dynasty, 2. 1:2, 9.; 3. 2: 10.;! Tsang, 4. 2: 31.
4. 1: 13.; 5. 2: 1.; 6. 2:6.; 7.1:22. : Shin-yew Hing, a disciple of Tsang, 4.
2:15.

2:31.
Pih Kwei, styled Tan, an ascetic of Shin Kan, a person whose words are
Chow, 6. 2: 10, 11.

quoted, 3. 1:1.

Shun, the emperor, 2. 1:2, 8.; 2: 2. ; Ting, the duke of Tang, 3. 1: 2.

3. 1:1, 4.; 2: 4, 9.; 4. 1:1, 2, 26, 28.; Ts-ae, the State of, 7. 2: 18. 2: 1, 10, 28, 32.; 5. 1:1–7.; 2: 1, 3, Tsae Go, a disciple of Confucius, 3. 1: 6.; 6. 1:6.; 2: 2, 3, 8, 10, 15.; 7. 1: 2. 16, 25, 30, 35, 46.; 2: 6, 33, 37. Ts'ang-leang, a stream in Shan-tung, 4. Shun-yu Kwan, a famous sophist of 1:8. Tsée, 4. 1:17.; 6. 2:6.

Tsang_Seih, Tsang Sin's father, 4. 1: Sin, the native place of E Yin, in Ho 19.; 7. 2: 36, 37. nan, 5. 1: 7.

Tsang Se, the grandson of Tsang Sin, Sin, younger brother of Chéin Seang, the disciple of Confucius, and philos3. 1: 4.

opher, 2. 1:1. South river, 5. 1:5.

Tsang Sin, the philosopher, 1. 2: 12.; Sun-shuh Gaou, prime minister of 1:2.; 2: 2.; 3. 1: 2,4.; 2: 7.; 4. 1:19, Ch‘wang of Tsoo, 6: 15.

31.; 7. 2:36. Sung, the State of, 2. 1:2; 2: 4.; 3.1: Tsang Ts'ang, a favourite of the duke

1, 4.; 2:5.; 5. 1: 8.; 7. 1:36. P‘ing of Loo, l. 2: 16. Sung K'ang, a travelling scholar, 6. 2: Tsang Yuen, the son of the philoso

pher Tsang, 4. 1: 19. Sung Kow-ts'een, a travelling scholar, Ts'aou, the principality of, 6. 2: 2. 7 1:9.

Tse, the name of a stream, 3. 1:4. Sze, the name of a stream, 3. 1: 4. Ts'e, the State of, 1. 1:5, 7.; 2:1-11, Tae, elder brother of Ch‘in Chung, 3. 13, 14.; 2. 1:1, 2.; 2: 2-14.; 3. 1:1.; 2:10.

2:1, 5, 6, 10.; 4. 1: 7, 24.; 2: 3, 21, 31, Twae, an ancestor of the Chow family, 33.; 6. 1: 4, 8.; 2: 1, 7, 8.; 6. 2: 5, 6,

the duke Tan-foo, who received 8.; 7. 1: 34, 36, 39.; 2. 17, 23, 29. from Woo the title of king, 1. 2:5, Tseih, How-tseih, the minister of agri14, 15.; 2:8.

culture of Yaou and Shun, 4. 2:29. Tae mountain, on the border between Tseih Hwan, a favourite of the prince

Loo and Ts'e, 1. 1:7.; 2. 1: 2.; 7. 1: of Ts'e, 5. 1:8. 24.

Ts'ew, Chess Ts'ew, a famous ChessT'ae-kea, son and successor of Tang, player, 6. 1:9.

2. 1:4.; 4. 1:8.; 5. 1: 6.; 7. 1:31. Tsin, a river in the State of Ch‘ing, 4. T'ae-kung, a great counsellor of Wan 2:2.

and Woo, 4. 1: 13.; 7. 1: 22.; 2:38. Tsin, the State of, 1. 1:1,5, 7.; 3. 2:3.; Tae Puh-shing, a minister of Sung, 3. 4. 2: 21.; 5. 1: 9.; 2: 3.; 7. 2: 23. 2:6.

Ts'in, the State of, 1. 1:5, 7.; 2. 2: 2.; Tae-ting, eldest son of the emperor 5. 1: 9.; 6. 1:4, 12.; 2:4, 6. T'ang, 5. 1: 6.

Ts'oo, the State of, 1. 1:5, 7.; 2:6, 13.; Tae Ying-che, a great officer of Sung, 2. 2: 2.; 3. 1:1, 4.; 2:5, 6.; 4. 2:21.; 3. 2:8.

6. 1:4, 12.; 2: 4. T'ah, the name of a stream 3. 1:4 Tsow, the native State of Mencius, 1. Tan-foo, Tae, the duke of Ts'e, 1. 2: 2:7.; 2: 12.; 2. 2:12.; 3. 1: 2.; 6. 2: 5.

1, 2,5. Tan Choo, the son of Yaou, 5. 1: 6. Tséung, a place in Ts'e, 2. 2: 14. T'ang, the founder of the Shang dynas-Ts'ung, the mountain, 6. 1:3.

ty, 1. 1: 2.; 2:3, 8, 11.; 2. 1:1, 3.; Tsze-ch'an, named Kung-sun Keaou, 2:2, 12.; 3. 2:5.; 4. 1: 9.; 2: 20.; 5. the chief minister of the State of 1:6, 7.; 6. 2:2, 6.; 7. 1: 30.; 2:4, 33, Ch‘ing, 4. 2: 2.; 5. 1: 2. 38.

Tsze-chang, a disciple of Confucius, 2. T'ang, the State of, 1. 2: 13, 14, 15.; 2. 1:2, 4.

2: 6.; 3. 1:1-4.; 7. 1:43.; 2: 30. Tsze-che, prime minister of Tsze k'wae T'ang, a place where grain was stored of Yen, 2. 2:8. in Tsée, 7. 2: 23.

Tsze-cho Yu, an archer of Ching, 4. 2: T'aou Ying, a disciple of Mencius, 7. 24. 1:35.

Tsze-gaou, Wang Hwan, the governor Teen, the son of the king of Tsée, 7. 1: of K'o in Ts'e, 4. 1; 24, 25.; 2: 27. 33.

|Tsze-lew, See Lew, 8. 2: 6.

Tsze-hea, a disciple of Confucius, 2. 1: Wei, a river in the state of Ch'ing, 4 2, 4.

2:2. Tsze-kung, a disciple of Confucius, 2. Woo, the State of, 1. 2: 3.; 4. 1:7, 31. 1:2.; 3. 1: 4.

Woo, the founder of the Chow dynasty, Tsze-kówae, a king of Yen, 2. 2:8. 1. 2: 2, 3, 8, 10.; 2. 1: 1.; 2: 7.; 3. 2: Tsze-loo, the designation of Chung 9.; 4. 1:9.; 2: 20.; 6. 1: 6.; 7. 1: 30.;

Yew, a disciple of Confucius, 2. 1:1, 2:4, 33. 8.; 3. 2: 7.; 5. 1:8.

Woo Hwo, a man noted for his strength, Tsze-moh, a philosopher of Loo, 7. 1: 6. 2: 2. 26.

Woo-ling, a wild place in the departTsze-seang, a disciple of Tsang, 2. 1:2. ment of Tse-nan, 3. 2:10. Tsze-Shuh E, a person who pushed him- Woo-shing, a city in Loo, 4. 2: 31.

self into the service of the govern-Woo-ting, an emperor of the Shang dyment, 2. 2: 10.

nasty, B. C. 1323, 2. 1:1. Tsze-sze, the grandson of Confucius, 2. Yang Choo, a heresiarch of the time of

2:11.; 4. 2:31.; 5. 2:3, 6, 7.; 6. 2: Confucius, 3. 2: 9.; 7. 1: 26.; 2: 26. 6.

Yang Hoo, the principal minister of the Tsze-too, an officer of Ch‘ing, B. C. 700, Ke family, of Loo, 3. 1: 3.; 2: 7.

distinguished for his beauty, 6. 1: 7. Yang-shing, a city in Ho-nan, 5. 1: 6. Tsze-yew, a disciple of Confucius, 2. 1: Yaou, the emperor, 2. 1: 2.; 2: 2.; 3. 1: 2, 4.

1, 4.; 2:4, 9.; 4. 1:1, 2.; 2: 32.; 5. 1: Tung, the place where the emperor 3—7.; 2:1,6.; 6. 1: 6.; 2: 6, 8, 10.; 7.

Tang was buried, 5. 1: 6.; 7. 1: 31. 1: 30, 46., 2:6, 32, 37, 38. Tung-kwoh family, a branch of the Yellow River, 6. 2:6.

family of Hwan, duke of Ts'e, 2, 2: Yen, the kingdom of, 3. 2: 9. 2.

Yen, the State of, 1. 2: 10, 11.; 2. 2:8, Twan Kan-muh, a scholar of Wei, 3. 2: 9. 7.

Yen, Yen Hwuy, a disciple of Conf., 4. Uh-loo, a disciple of Mencius, 6. 2:1, 2: 29. 5.

Yen Ch'ow-yew, a worthy officer of Wae-ping, a son of the Emperor, T'ang, Wei, 5. 1: 8. 5. 1:6.

Yen New, a disciple of Confucius, 2. 1: Wan, the king, 1. 1:2, 7., 2:2, 3, 5, 10.; 2. 2. 1:1,3.; 3. 1:1, 3.: 2:5, 9. 4. 1: Yen Pan, a son of Yen Hwuy, 5. 2:3. 7, 13.; 2: 1, 20.; 6. 1: 6.; 2: 2; 7. 1: Yen Yew, the Grand-tutor of the prince 10, 22.; 2: 19, 21, 38.

of Tang, 3. 1: 2. Wan, the duke of T'ang, 1. 2: 13, 14., Yeo Yuen, a disciple of Confucius, 2. 3. 1:1, 3, 4.

1:2.; 3. 1:1. Wan, the duke of Tsin, B. C. 635—627, Yew, a cruel emperor of the Chow dy1. 1:7.; 4. 2:21.

nasty, 6. 1:6. Wan Chang, a disciple of Mencius, 3. Yew Chow, the name of a place on the

2:5.; 5. 1: 1, 2, 3. 5-9.; 2:3, 4, 6, 8.: northern border, 5. 1. 3. 7. 2:37.

Yew Jo, a disciple of Confucius, 2. 1: Wang Hwan, Tsze-gaou, the governor 2,4. of Ko, in Ts'e, 2. 2:6.

Yih, a minister of Shun, and of Yu, S. Wang Leang, charioteer to Chaou 1: 4.; 5. 1: 6. Keen, 3. 2:1.

Yih-ya, the cook of the duke Hwan of Wang Paou, a man of Wei, teacher of Tsée, 6.1: 7.

an abrupt style of singing, 6. 2: 6. Yin, State and dynasty, 2. 1:1.; 2:9.; Wang Shun, an officer of the duke of 3. 1:3; 4. 1:2,7; 5. 2:4; 7.2:4. Pe, 5. 2: 3.

Yin-kung T'o, a famous archer, 4. 2: Wei, the State of, 4. 2: 24.; 5. 1: 8.; 2: _24.

Yip Sze, a man of Ts'e, 2. 2:12. Wei, one of the three families which Ying, the name of a place between

governed the State of Tsin, 7. 1:11. Ts'e, and Loo, 2. 2:7 Wei, a small State in Shan-se, 2. 1: 1.; Yo-ching, a disciple of Mencius, 1.2: 6. 1:6.

16.; 4. 1:24, 25.; 6. 2: 13.; 7. 2: 25.

Yo-ching K'ew, a friend of Mang Heen, Yu, a small State adjoining Tsin, 5. 1:
5. 2:2.

9.; 6. 2:6.
Yoh, a quarter in the capital of Ts'e, 3. Yu, the mountain, 5. 1: 3.
2:6.

Yu-kung Sze, an archer of Wei, 4. 2:
Yu, the emperor, 2. 1: 8.; 3. 1:4, 9.; 24.

4. 2:20, 26, 29.; 5. 1: 6.; 6. 2:11.; 7. Yue, the State of, 4. 2: 31. 6. 2: 3.
2:22, 38.

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