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E D IN B U R G H:
Printed for W. STRAHAN, and T. CADELL, London,
and for W. CREECH, Edinburgh.
CONTENTS of this Volume.
BOOK III. Continued.
HE principles of morality are little
understood among favages : and if they arrive at maturity among
enlightened nations, it is by flow degrees. This progress points out the historical part, as first in order : but as that history would give little satisfaction, without a rule for comparing the morals of different ages, and of different nations, VOL. IV. A