Thanks to Chris and Han Tun on the Dhamma Study Group, I found that the The Kesava Jātaka
is one, though I see no mention of the nine qualities of a donor there.
Via the entry to the Kesava Jātaka in DPPN
, though, I managed to track down the relevant verse in the Dhammapada Commentary, which ironically is on my own web site, where the nine qualities of a donor are mentioned.
Don't you just hate it when that happens? Sensualists Are Swept Away by Death
The nine qualities of a donor are found in the Anguttaranikāya, as I thought they would be, but searching for Pasenadi didn't find them.
Manāpena paccuṭṭhenti, manāpena abhivādenti, manāpena āsanaṃ denti, santamassa na pariguhanti, bahukampi bahukaṃ denti, paṇītampi paṇītaṃ denti, sakkaccaṃ denti no asakkaccaṃ, upanisīdanti dhammassavanāya, bhāsitamassa sussūsanti. Imehi kho, bhikkhave, navahaṅgehi samannāgataṃ kulaṃ anupagantvā vā alaṃ upagantuṃ, upagantvā vā alaṃ upanisīditu”nti (a. ni. 9.17).