"The Natural Power of Conscience, which reproves and torments a Man for the heinous Crimes he has committed, tho' the Person be above the fear of human Punishment, or the Crime be committed so secretly, as to escape all natural means of discovery; in which Cases Conscience by its Sentence does, as it were, bind a Man over to the Judgment of a superiour invisible Judge."
— Psalmanazar, George (1679?-1763)
An Historical and Geographical Description of Formosa: An Island Subject to the Emperor of Japan. To Which Is Prefix'd, a Preface in Vindication of Himself from the Reflections of a Jesuit (London: Printed for Dan. Brown; G. Strahan, and W. Davis; Fran. Coggan; and Bernard Lintott, 1704). <Link to ECCO-TCP>