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IV, 7, 1.
KULLAVAGGA.

'Again, O Bhikkhus, in case a Bhikkhu be insane and out of his mind (&c, as before, down to) And he, not really remembering it, answers, "I remember it, Sirs, but as if in a dream." Then if the Sawgha grants him the dispensation for those who are no longer insane, that grant is valid.

'Again, O Bhikkhus, in case a Bhikkhu be insane and out of his mind (&c, as before, down to) " Does the venerable one call to mind that he has been guilty of such and such an offence ?" And he, being still insane, acts in the way of an insane person, saying, " I act so, and you act so likewise. It beseems me, and it likewise beseems you." Then if the Samgha (afterwards) grant him the dispensation for those who are no longer insane, that grant is valid.

'These are the three cases, O Bhikkhus, in which the grant of the dispensation for those who are no longer insane is valid.'




7.

1. Now at that time the Khabbaggiya Bhikkhus carried out official acts against Bhikkhus who had not confessed themselves guilty — the Tagganiya-kamma, or the Nissaya-kamma, or the Pabbganiya-kamma, or the Pa/is£ra#iya-kamma, or the Ukkhepaniya-kamma.

Those Bhikkhus who were moderate were annoyed, murmured, and became indignant, saying, 'How can the Khabbaggiya Bhikkhus (&c, as before).' And those Bhikkhus told the matter to the Blessed One.