MIshnahs 5, 6, 7 to complete Chapter 9. Back to miminum measures that render an item significant enough to make one liable if he carries it outside on Shabbos. Wood, spices, nutshells and madder and other items used for dying, urine and potash and other items used for laundry. Pepper, tar, perfume, metals, stones and earth of the altar, fragments of idols, purple dye. Related laws of metals donated to the Temple. Kosher and non-kosher locusts. We never eat living animals, not even insects. Are we concerned about handing any insect to a child, that he might eat it? Rabbi Yehuda says no. If it dies, the child will eulogize it!