Ch. III. No Innate Trafiical Trirzeip/er. 3g

deputant. Ejzg/‘modi ‘verdgenus bominum libertatezn quandam ef- fiwnem babem‘, domo: qua: volunt intrandi, edendi, bibendi, et quod majus if}, concumbendi; ex quo eoneubitu, f] prolerfeeuta fuerit, q/Zznzfia fimiliter babeiur. Ifis ergo bonzinibus, dam vizrunz‘, 11mg. no: exbibent honoree; mortuis vero‘, vel templa, vel monumenta ex- truunt amplzzflma, eo/que contingere acfipelfre maxime fortznue ducunt loco. Audivinzu: lmc difla e1 dieenda per interpretem t} Muerelo noflro. Infuper‘ fhnflunz il/um, quem eo loco vidimus, publicitu: apprime commendari, ezzm efle lzonzinezrzflnfiuzn, divi- num ac integritate pmcipuuvn; e0 quod, nee fceminarum zmquam tfler, nee puerorungfed tantummodo afellaranz eoneabitcr, azque mularum. Peregr. Baumgarten, l. ii. c. 1. p. 73. More of the fame kind, concerning thefe precious Saints among the Yur/cs, may be feen in Pietro della Valle, in his Letter of the 2 5th of funerary, I 61 6. Where then are thofe Innate Principles of jufliee, Piety, Gratitude, Equity, Chaflity? Or, where is that univerfal Conlent, that alTures us there are fuch inbred Rules? Murders in Duels, when Falhion has made them honourable, are committed, with- out Remorfe of Confcience: Nay, in many Places, Innocence in this Cafe is the greatefic Ignominy. And, if we look abroad,

~ to take a View of Men, as they are, we {hall find, that they have

Remorfe in one Place, for doing, or omitting that, which others, in another Place, think they merit by.

§. I o. HE that will carefully pcrufe the Hillo- Mm 1,47,,’ w”- ry of Mankind, and look abroad into the feveral "my 1 W155“!

Tribes of Men, and with Indifierency furvey Pnlmp/w‘ their Actions, will be able to fatisfy himfelf, that there is fcaree that Principle of Morality to be narn’d, or Rule of Virtue to be thought on, (thofe only excepted, that are abfolutely necefTary to hold Society together, which commonly too are neglected betwixt diftinct Societies) which is not, iomewhere or other, flighted, and condemned by the general kafliion of whole Soci- eties of Men, governed by Practical Opinions, and Rules of Liv- ing, quite oppofite to others. §. 1 1. Hana, perhaps, ’twill be objected, U7ro7e Nati-

Thatét is no Argument, that the Rule i: not W‘ "UM! 1”" lcumun,