'A Bhikkhu, after the Kathina ceremony has been held, goes away on some business. And when he has got beyond the boundary, he conceives the expectation of getting a robe (presented). And he devotes himself to the realisation of his expectation, and he obtains, &c. 2'
End of the Karanîya-dolasaka 3.
166:2 See chap. 8. 1. The same three times four cases are specified here as in chap. 8; only the opening clauses of each case, which we have printed above, are different from those in chap. 8.
166:3 'The twelve cases of (the Bhikkhu's going away on) business.'