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1 1 | as my virtue is, in the government of my kingdom, I do indeed 2 1 | same plan. On examining the government of the neighboring kingdoms, 3 1 | the first step of royal government.~4. 'Let mulberry trees 4 1 | sword and with the style of government? 'There is no difference,' 5 1 | people, administers his government so as to be chargeable with 6 1 | indeed dispense a benevolent government to the people, being sparing 7 2 | speak, let it be about royal government.'~3. The king said, 'What 8 2 | Majesty will institute a government whose action shall be benevolent, 9 3 | near to a state of good government!'~2. Another day, Mencius, 10 3 | near to a state of good government! The music of the present 11 3 | practise the true royal government, then do not pull it down.'~ 12 3 | you what the true royal government is?' 'Formerly,' was the 13 3 | was the reply, 'king Wan's government of Ch'î was as follows: -- 14 3 | husbandmen cultivated for the government one-ninth of the land; the 15 3 | in the institution of his government with its benevolent action, 16 3 | kingdom there is not good government, what is to be done?' The 17 4 | the principles of right government, and, being grown up to 18 4 | But when you come to the government of the State, then you say, -- " 19 4 | exercised all the functions of government throughout the kingdom. 20 4 | in practice a benevolent government; -- it is this which sets 21 4 | in practice a benevolent government, this people will love you 22 5 | obtain the ordering of the government in Ch'î, could you promise 23 5 | enjoyed the direction of the government of the State, and how low, 24 5 | sovereigns, and of their good government. Moreover, there were the 25 5 | assistance to Châu in his government. In consequence of these 26 5 | in practice a benevolent government, no power will be able to 27 5 | the people from tyrannical government were more intense than the 28 5 | chariots, let benevolent government be put in practice, and 29 5 | in the mind, do injury to government, and, displayed in th government, 30 5 | government, and, displayed in th government, are hurtful to the conduct 31 5 | approve; in a time of good government to take office, and on the 32 5 | people." In a time of good government to take office, and when 33 5 | know the character of his government. By hearing his music, we 34 6 | digest the principles of his government with its legal sanctions, 35 6 | likewise a commiserating government. When with a commiserating 36 6 | practised a commiserating government, to rule the kingdom was 37 8 | himself into the service of government. His prince declining to 38 9 | in practice a benevolent government, has made choice of you 39 9 | thing towards a benevolent government must be to lay down the 40 10| practising a benevolent government, and I wish to receive a 41 10| putting into practice the government of the ancient sages, showing 42 10| time they carry on their government. But now, the prince of 43 10| resumed, 'Then, is it the government of the kingdom which alone 44 10| How can they avail for the government of a State?'~1. The Mohist, 45 11| practise the true royal government, and Ch'î and Ch'û hate 46 11| say, practising true royal government, and so forth. If it were 47 11| it were practising royal government, all within the four seas 48 12| are pernicious to their government. When sages shall rise up 49 13| Shun, without a benevolent government, could not secure the tranquil 50 13| sufficient for the exercise of government; laws alone cannot carry 51 13| called in to their aid a government that could not endure to 52 13| who, in the exercise of government, does not proceed according 53 13| to rule others, and his government is unsuccessful, let him 54 13| The administration of government is not difficult; -- it 55 13| Mencius said, 'When right government prevails in the kingdom, 56 13| those of great. When bad government prevails in the kingdom, 57 14| princes to practise the government of king Wan, within seven 58 14| not practising benevolent government, all his ministers who enriched 59 14| nor to blame errors of government. It is only the great man 60 15| understand the practice of government.~3. 'When in the eleventh 61 17| do you undertake the government of them for me." I do not 62 17| officer to administer its government, and to pay over its revenues 63 17| of tribute, or affairs of government, to receive the prince of 64 17| associated with him in the government. It is said in the Canon 65 18| Shun assisted Yâo in the government for twenty and eight years; -- 66 18| and assisted in the government was so different; that Ch' 67 19| esteem. In a time of good government he took office, and on the 68 19| court from which a lawless government emanated, or among lawless 69 19| people." In a time of good government he took office, and when 70 19| were employed about the government offices, had for their emolument 71 19| were employed about the government offices, had for their emolument 72 19| were employed about the government offices, had the same emolument; -- 73 19| were employed about the government offices were regulated according 74 23| of the duke of , the government was in the hands of Kung-î, 75 24| he was removed from his government. Thus the sovereign commanded 76 24| the administration of his government to the disciple Yo-chang, 77 24| sufficient qualification for the government of the kingdom; -- how much 78 25| reputation for kindness.~2. 'Good government does not lay hold of the 79 25| good instructions.~3. 'Good government is feared by the people, 80 25| are loved by them. Good government gets the people's wealth, 81 27| the great principles of government and their various business, 82 28| territory, the people, the government and its business. If one


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