1. Maccarī Sutta. On the five disadvantages of staying too long in one place - one grudges sharing one's lodging, the families who provide alms, one's provisions, one's fame, or the Dhamma. A.iii.258.
2. Maccharī Sutta. A monk who grudges sharing his lodging, the families who provide him with food, the gifts he receives, his fame, and who frustrates gifts offered in faith - such a monk is destined to hell. A.iii.266.
3. Maccharī Sutta. The same as the above except that the fifth quality is given as stinginess with regard to Dhamma. A.iii.266f.
4. Maccharī Sutta. The same as (3) except that "nun" is substituted for "monk." A.iii.139.
5. Macharī Sutta. A group of Satullapa devas visit the Buddha at Jetavana and four of them speak, each one verse, before him on the evils of avarice and the blessings of generosity. The Buddha utters a verse to the effect that gifts given should be well gotten. S.i.18f.
6. Maccharī Sutta. A deva visits the Buddha and asks him questions as to what kind of person is a miser and what awaits the generous man. The Buddha replies. S.i.34.
7. Maccharī Sutta. Seven fetters must be destroyed in order that the good life may be led: complying, resisting, wrong views, uncertainty, conceit, envy, meanness. A.iv.8.
8. Maccharī Sutta. The five forms of meanness: in sharing lodgings, the services of a family, gains, fame and Dhamma. A.iv.459.