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Book Lide of his life, passion, resurrec
Omens of Adam's expulsion tion, mission of the Apos
from Parulise ....
xi. 182 tles, ascension, &c...... xii. 388-465 Opinion-See Knoroledge. of the mission of the Holy
Orbs, celestial and terrestrial, Ghost, gift of tongues, mira
notions about them doubt. cles, &c. .... ....... xii. 485-504
ful, and not necessary to of the Apostles' successors,
viii. 78-178 (false teachers, &c.,) their
Orus (a fallen Angel).
i. 478 ambition, innovations, &c.
i. 478 the effects of them, and the
Pandırmonium, the court of Mes-iah's coming to judg.
i. 710 ment ....
See Similes. His answer to Adam's resolu
iv. 131 tions of future obedience,
iv. 214 &c. commends, advises him,
V. 21 and warns him to quit
vii. 537 Paradise xii. 575
viii. 304 Leads him and Eve out......... xii. 637
ix. 439 See Similes.
The eastern gate of it....... iv. 5-12 Mind, the force of it i. 254 Guarded by Gabriel...
iv. 519 Discourse, its food...
ix. 237 The lower of Adam and Eve Moloch (a fallen Angel).
iv. 690 His speech in the council
iv. 778 called by Satan
iv. 72 Defies Gabriel....
iv. S61 Is wounded by him, and flies vi. 300
iv. 977 Moon, supposed inhabited by
The hill there, from whence translated saints and mid
Michael discovers to Adam, dle spirits....
iii. 459 in vi-ion, what should hap Its office.....
iii. 126 pen to the time of the flood xi. 377 Rising described...
iv. 600 Adam and Eve's expulsion The spots in it.
v. 418 from Paradie deuriled ..... xii. €22 Part of the fourth day's crea
The flaming sword, de, guardtion
vii. 356 ing the east gate of it.... xii. 632 Receives its light from the sun vii. 375 The seat of it destroyed by Motion, aspects. vii. 379 Noah's tood...
xi. 829 Moon and stars, their courses... iv. 661
See Similes. Moon and planets, their noxious
Passions inordinate, an effect of motion, aspects, &c.
ix. 1120 Morning in Heaven described... vi. 12 Patriarchal government........... xii. 13 v. 1. 20 Patriarchs, their story
xii. 113 Morning, natural, described... ix. 192 Peace, the corruptions of it equal
xi. 133 to the wastes of war.......... xi. 783 Moses and Aaron, their mission
Peor, or Chemon..
i. 412 to Egypt.....
xii. 170 Persecution, religious.......... xii. 509-533 Mulciber (a fallen Angel)....... i. 710 Its effects...
xii. 533 Night in Heaven described.
612 Phlegethon (a river of Hell)....... ii. 580 Night and day in Heaven de
Plagues of Egypt described...... xii. 173 scribed
Planets and inoon, their noxiv. €0+ ious motion, &c, an effect
iv. 776 of Adam's full Night, natural, described.
38 | Pleasures, sensual, censured .... xi. 003
ix. 48 Poles, north and south, perAt Adam's fall...
x. 846 petual day under both, but Nimrod's tyranny described xii. 244 for Adum's fall..
...... X. 668, OSO Nisroch (a fallen Angel)... vi. 447 Prayer, the efficacy of its spirit xi. 14, 146 His answer to Satan....
vi. 451 Unavailable against God's abSoah, his reprehension of the
solute de recs
xi. 311 antediluvian world......... xi. 719, 808 Predestination defined.
iii. 111 Building the ark, &c... xi. 728 Priests occasion the first dissenEntering it, with his family,
sion in the Jewish church &c.... xi. 733 and state....
xii. 353 The flood described. xi. 738, 824 Prosopopeia, on Eve's eating the Its abatement, the ark rest
ix. 782 ing, &c. xi. 841 On Adam's
ix. 1000 His descent from it; the ap
Rainbow, its first appearance pearance of the rainbow,&c. xi. 861 after Noah's floor
xi. 865 Noon described...
v. 300 Sign of Gol's covenant to deObedience, conjugal, woman's
stroy the world no more by happiness iv. 635 water.....
xi. 895 Of will only acceptable
Ramiel, Ariel, and Arioc (fallen Old age described...
xi. 535 Angels) vanquished. vi. 371
to his bower, and entertain-
........ V. 371, 404
ous subjects...from v. 468 to viii. 651
gradual economy of the
........ V. 520-543
the fallen Angels ........ v. 577-897
and influences of the celes.
tial and terrestrial bodies viii. 15-175
himself, on his creation, &c. viii. 560
ing love, and the expression
of it in spirits celestial...... viii. 620
sive of men, intuitive of
Angels.......... from v. 577 to vi. 892
The solemnity of it described vii. 594
of Abraham's loins, but of
world's outermost orb ... iii. 418
and Eve in Paradise...... iv. 358
and assumes several animal
with Eve, on God's prohibi-
them to disobedience...... iv. 512
shape of a toad, on Eve
phon, reprehending him
Son, the occasion of his re-
.... V. 659-672
vi. 335 to the Americans, as at
first seen by Columbus...... ix. 1115
vi. 418 lion and Pyrrha's address
vi. 558 Adam cares-ing Eve-to Jupiter
with Juno (May-shower)... iv. 499
to Zephyrus breathing on
Bower-to Pomona's arbour.. V. 377
Desires to know the story of
vi. 831-877 the creation prior to his
own-to thirst unallayed,
Awakened after carnal frui.
ix. 53 tion, the first effect of his
fall—to Samson shorn by
ix. 182 Sorrow on the vision of Noah's
ix. 473 ing his children all de
ix. 523 stroyed in his view at once. xi. 760
ix. 532 Angels, celestial, the spears of
(the guardians of Paradise)
ix. 784 Their march against Satan's
army-to that of the birds
X. 337 in Paradise, to receive their
names from Adam
Their hallelujahs - to the
(Appointed to expel Adam,
&c. from Paradise)--their
faces to & double Janus
Their eyes to those of Argus xi. 129
Their appearance there-to
the Angels appearing to
Jacob in Mahanaim.... xi. 213
- To those in Dothan
against the king of As-
Their motion-to an evening
Angels, fallen (or infernal)-to
-To floating sea-sedge after
Rousing at Satan's command
xii. 545 -to sentinels waking from
sleep, on duty..
i. 512 Imbattelling against the An-
gels celestial--to the Egyp-
tian plague of locusts.... i. 338
xii. 511 --To the irruptions of the
x. 677 Their disposition to engage-
ix. 182 to that of the heroes of an-
Death's instinct of Adam's fall
--to the flight of birds of
prey to a field of battel ..... X. 273
His and Satan's frowns on
i. 612 each other---to two thunder
Eve, her hair--to the vine's
i. 675 Her looks-to the first blush
i. 781 --To a Dryad, or Delia (Di-
To Pales, or Pomona ix. 313
Her temptation by Satan-
ii. 476 alluded to by the story of
Ophion and Eurynome......
Flaming sword in l'aradise, on
ii. 488 Adam's and Eve's expulsion
thence to a comet.
Its heat, &c.-to the Libyan
Hell-to mount Etna in Sicily)
Knowledge, the desires of it-
to a thirrt unnllayed, in-
to two Planets (the frame
of nature supposedl dis-
solved) rushing in opposi-
tion to each other...
Appearance to expel Adam,
man in a military vest, &c. xi. 239
Pandæmonium, or the court of
Hell, its udden rise to an
Paradise, the air of it to the
effluvia from Arabia Felix,
Itself-to the field of Enna
-To the grove of Daphne,
&c. (in Thessaly.... iv. 272
- To the isle of you where
Bacchus was brought up) iv. 275
-TO mount Amara (in
-To the gardens of Adonis ix. 439
in his descent from Heaven
ii. 920 to l'aradise-to that of the
moon through an optic
Of Delog or Samos, from
Himself-to a Phenix..
Satan---to Briarcus, Typhon, and
i. 199, 201
-To the sun rising in a
- To the longest train of a
Book Lino -To mount Teneriff or
after the temptation-to the Atlas.....
X, 629 His shield-to the moon.......
i. 284 His tempting Eve-allu led to His spear-to a mast...
by the story of Ophion and His standard-to a meteor.... i. 537 Eurynome
x. 578 The phenomenon of his ascent
Serpent. that entered by Satan to Hell-gates-to a fleet in
-to those to which Herthe offing
ii. 636 mione and Carimus were His, and Death's frowns on
ix. 604 each other-totwothunder
- To that assumed by sclouds meeting..... ii. 714 culapius......
ix. 606 Flight to the court of Chaos
- To those by Jupiter Amto a Grypbon in the wil
mon and Capitolinus...... derness
ii. 943 His motio!), wreathings, &c. Towards Heaven--to the ship
-to the working of a ship Argo through the Thracian
in shifting winds, &c......... ix. 513 Bosphorus.....
His crest preceding Eve to -To Ulysses's voyage be
the forbi den tree to an tween Scylla and Cha
exhalation tiaming (Will-o'rybulis.. ii. 1019 th-wi-p)
ix. 034 Arrival at light, &c.-to a
His address, introducing the Weather-beaten vessel to
temptation--to that of an wards port..
ii. 1043 orator of the Athenian or On the convex of the world's
Roman Commonwealths.... ix. 670 outermost orb to a vulture
Sin, her mildle parts-to the seeking his prey..
iii. 431 (supposed) Dogs of Scylla... ii. 659 First view of the world-to
Of the night-hag.
ii. 662 & scouts casual prospect
Spears--to ears of corn ripe for (after a dangerous journey)
iv. 950 of a new country or city.... iii. 543 Stars, their orbs—to the HesOf the stars orbs — to the
perian garlens, &c..... iii. 568 Hesperian gardens, &c. ... iii. 568 Su., his course turned at Appearance in the sun's orb
Adam's eating the forbid-to a spot in it differing
den fruit--as at the banfrom all astronomical ob
quet of Thyestes.....
X. 688 servations
iii. 588 Uriel, his descent from the sun Meditation on his intended
on Paradise-to a shooting attempt on the world--to &
iv. 655 gun recoiling ...
iv. 17 Waters, their flux into seas, &c. In Paradise-to a wolf prey
on the creation--to drops ing on a fold.....
vii. 290 -To a thief breaking in at
--To armies forming thema house-top, &c.
selves on sound of trum-To a tiger in view of a
vii. 295 brace of fawng..
iv. 403 Detected by Ithuriel there
to gunpowier taking fire... iv. 814 Sin and Death-See Death and Reprehended by Zephon--to & steed reined in a fret...... iv. 857 Sin described...
ii. 650 His army, against the celes
ller speech to Satan and tials, in number to the
Death, at Hell-gates.... ii. 727 stars.
ii. 747 --To the dewdrops V. 746 ller birth...
ii. 752 Their applause of his reply to
Reply to his answer...
ii. 8.30 Abdel-to the sound of
Opens Hell-gates to him ii. 871 deep waters
Speech to Death on Adam's Himself recoiling on a blow
X, 235 received from Michael--to
To Satan, (meeting him rea mountain sinking by an
turning to Hell,) on her earthquake.....
vi. 193 and Death's journey to the His combat with Michael-to
world, after it ...
X. 334 two Planets (the frame of
To Death, on their arrival at nature supposed dissolved)
x. 591 rushing in opposition to
Reply to Death's answer.......
X. 602 each other..
See Similes. View (in the serpent) of Para
Sin, original, lust carnal the dise and Eve there-to &
first effect of it.
ix. 1011 citizen's taking the air in
ix. 1012 the country, from his home
Slaveholder, the, his great guilt confinement
ix. 445 in the sight of God............. xii. 64 Shape (transformed to a ser
Smiles, the offspring of Reason pent) on bis return to Hell,