Dhamma Vagga.– The ninth chapter of the Duka Nipāta of the Aṅguttaranikāya. A.i.83 f.
1. Dhamma Sutta.– On the four kinds of teachers: those who speak little and cannot persuade the audience and those who can; those who speak much and cannot persuade the audience and those who can. A.ii.138.
3. Kusaladhamma Sutta.– Devadatta brought schism into the Order because, in him, the conditions of good kamma came to be extirpated. S.ii.240.
4. Dhamma Sutta (or Sajjhāya Sutta).– Once a certain monk retired to a forest track in Kosala. His life had been one of great diligence, but later he lived at ease, resigned and given to silence. A deva asked him the reason for this change, and he replied that he had realised the Pure and the Holy (S.i.202).
5. Dhamma Sutta.– See Nāvā Sutta.