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Is wounded by him, and flies Moon, supposed inhabited by translated saints and middle spirits...

Its office....

i. 254 ix. 237 i. 392

ii. 51 vi. 357 vi. 300

iii. 459 iii. 726 iv. 606

v. 418

Rising described...

The spots in it.

Part of the fourth day's creation....

vii. 356 Receives its light from the sun vii. 375 vii. 379 Motion, aspects.. Moon and stars, their courses... iv. 661 Moon and planets, their noxious

motion, aspects, &c. .... x. €56 12 Morning in Heaven described... vi. v. 1. 20 ix. 192 xi. 133

Morning, natural, described...

Moses and Aaron, their mission
to Egypt....

Mulciber (a fallen Angel)...
Night in Heaven described
Night and day in Heaven de-
scribed.

happiness..

Of will only acceptable Old age described..

Omens of Adam's expulsion
from Paradise.....
Opinion-See Knowledge.
Orbs, celestial and terrestrial,
notions about them doubt-
ful, and not necessary to
happiness....

Orus (a fallen Angel)...
Osiris (another)
Pandaemonium, the court of
Hell

See Similes.

xii. 170 i. 740 v. 642

vi. 4 iv. 604

iv. 776

Night, natural, described..

V. 38

ix. 48 At Adam's fall.... x. 846 24 Nimrod's tyranny described..... xii. Nisroch (a fallen Angel)........... vi. 447 vi. 451 His answer to Satan............. Noah, his reprehension of the

Paradise described

antediluvian world......... xi. 719, 808 xi. 728 Building the ark, &c.... Entering it, with his family,

&C......

xi. 733 The flood described. xi. 738, 824 Its abatement, the ark resting, &c.

xi. 841

His descent from it; the ap-
pearance of the rainbow, &c.
Noon described..
Obedience, conjugal, woman's

xi. 861

V. 300

iv. 635

V. 529 xi. 535

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The parade, watches, &c. of the guardian Angels in Paradise....

viii. 78-178

The eastern gate of it..........
Guarded by Gabriel.....
The bower of Adam and Eve
there.....

xi. 182

i. 478

i. 478

i. 710

iv. 131 iv. 214 V. 291

vii. 537 viii. 304 ix. 439

iv. 542

iv. 549

iv. 690

iv. 778

iv. 782

iv. 861

iv. 977

The hill there, from whence Michael discovers to Adam, in vision, what should hap

pen to the time of the flood xi. 377 Adam and Eve's expulsion

from Paradise descrit ed..... xii. 62€ The flaming sword. &c. guard

ing the east gate of it....... xii. 632 The seat of it destroyed by Noah's flood.

xi. 829

See Similes. Passions inordinate, an effect of Adam's fall...... ix. 1120 13 Patriarchal government........... xii. xii. 113 Patriarchs, their story Peace, the corruptions of it equal to the wastes of war.. xi. 783 i. 412 Peor, or Chemos..... Persecution, religious.......... xii. 508-533 xii. 533 Its effects

Phlegethon (a river of Hell)..... ii. 580 xii. 173 Plagues of Egypt described.. Planets and moon, their noxious motion, &c. an effect of Adam's full X. 656 Pleasures, sensual, censured.... xi. 603 Poles, north and south, perpetual day under both, but for Adam's fall... x. 668, 650 Prayer, the efficacy of its spirit xi. 14, 146 Unavailable against God's ab

solute decrees Predestination defined..... Priests occasion the first dissension in the Jewish church and state... Prosopopeia, on Eve's eating the forbidden fruit...

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Raphael descends to Paradise, to
warn Adam against his fall
His person described.
Answer to Adam's invitation
to his bower, and entertain-
ment there

Salutation of Eve
Discourse with Adam on vari-

ous subjects...from v. 468 to viii. 651
On the perfection, variety, and
gradual economy of the
creation ......

v. 371, 404
V. 388

v. 468-543

On obedience, as a duty of
choice, not necessity...... v. 520-543
On the revolt and defeat of

the fallen Angels.
v. 577-897
Thence warns him against
Satan's temptations....... vi. 894
Vanquishes Asmadai............ vi. 363
On the creation, &c. ......... vii. 111-640
On the motion, appearances,

and influences of the celes-

tial and terrestrial bodies viii. 15-175
Reply to Adam's account of

himself, on his creation, &c. viii. 560
Reply to his question concern-

ing love, and the expression

of it in spirits celestial...... viii. 620
Advice to Adam at parting,

and re-ascent to Heaven viii. 630-652
See Similes.

Reason, and free-will, the same-

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V. 247
V. 276

The chief faculty of the soul..
The being of the soul, discur-
sive of men, intuitive of
Angels
v. 486
In animal creatures............. viii 373
The law of nature...
ix. 653
Correlative with liberty. xii. 83
xii. 97

With virtue...

An act of it..
Its efficacy

iii. 95
iii. 108
ix. 350
V. 100

Why so called

Speech to Beelzebub, after
their fall....

Reply to Beelzebub's answer.

His stature, looks, &c.....

Speech to Beelzebub
His shield described
His spear.....

iii. 191

x. 1086
xi. 22

Reprobation, the state of it...... iii. 198
Reptiles, their creation....
Revolt, and defeat of the fallen

vii. 475

iii. 203
iii. 227
iii. 183

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i. 84
i. 157
i. 193
iv. 985
v. 708
i. 242

i. 284

i. 292

Speech to the other fallen
Angels.....

His standard described.........
Speech to the fallen Angels
reimbatteled.....

Calls a council

Is directed by him to the
world.....

i. 622

i. 752

ii. 11

Speech to them in council.....
His attempt on the world... ii. 430, 465
Ascent to the gates of Hell... ii. 629
Speech to Death there

ii. €81
ii. 727
ii. 737

The father of Sin and Death.
Answer to Sin's speech........
To her reply.
Flight into Chaos...

ii. 817

ii. 917

Arrival at the court of Chaos
Speech there......

Brought Sin and Death first
into the world...
Ascent to light, &c...

iii. 418

Alights on the convex of the
world's outermost orb.......
View of the world.
iii. 540
Descent to it described ......... iii. 561
Stops at the sun..
iii. 588
Discovers Uriel, the Angel of
it, there
Transforms

iii. 621

himself to 8

iii. €34

Cherub
Speech to Uriel
Deceives him.

iii. 654
iii. 681

And Paradise
Alights on mount Niphates...
Soliloquy, contemplating the

sun.

The first hypocrite..
Arrives at Paradise
Sits on the tree of life...
Soliloquy on view of Adam
and Eve in Paradise....
Descends from the tree of life,
and assumes several animal
shapes

Reply to their answer.........
Answer to Gabriel

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Reply to his answer

To another...

i. 315

i. 531

The inauguration of God the
Son, the occasion of his re-
volt....
Speech to the next subordi-
nate Angel

The seat of his hierarchy be-
fore his fall, described
Speech to the Angels of his
hierarchy thereon

Reply to Abdiel's answer......
His army described....

ii. 951

ii. 968

ii. 1024

ii. 1034

iii. 724

iii. 733
iii. 739

Listens to Adam's discourse
with Eve, on God's prohibi-
tion of the tree of know-
ledge....
iv. 410
Soliloquy on the subject of it iv. 505
Resolves thence to tempt
them to disobedience.....
First attempt, in the assumed
shape of a toad, on Eve
asleep...
Answer to Ithuriel and Ze-
phon, reprehending him
thereon.

iv. 512

iv. 32

iv. 121

iv. 131
iv. 194

iv. 358

iv. 395

iv. 799

iv. 827

iv. 851
iv. 886

iv. 925

iv. 968

v. 659-672

V. 673

V. 756

V. 772

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His army's entire defeat and
expulsion from Heaven de-
scribed

vi. 831-877

Returns from compassing the
earth, to Paradise by night,
in a mist, in order to his
temptation.....
ix. 53
His circuit, &c. described...... ix.
62
Soliloquy thereon
ix. 99
ix. 182

Enters the serpent..
View (in that shape) of Eve... ix. 424
Soliloquy thereon

Behaviour to her
Speech to her.....

ix. 473
ix. 523
ix. 532
ix. 567

Reply to her answer...

ix. 732

The discourse continued......
Leaves her, after eating the
forbidden fruit.....

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ix. 784
x. 171
x. 337

X. 345
x. 383
x. 410

x. 443

x. 460
X. 504

x. 510

X. 549
x. 575

Both annually continued.....
Himself (the serpent) dragged
in chains, at the ascension
of the Messiah....... .: xii. 453
Dissolution (with the world) at
the Messiah's coming to
judgment..

xii. 545
i. 512

See Similes.
Saturn (a fallen Angel)...
Saviour-See SON of GOD.
Scriptures, how to be under-

stood...
Seasons, their changes, an effect
of Adam's fall.........
Serpent described.

After entered by Satan......... ix. 495

xii. 511

x. 677
ix. 182

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With them, the greatest ar-
mies in all ages since the
creation-pigmies...
Themselves to oaks or pines
blasted..

Their searching, &c. for the
materials of Pandemonium
-to pioneers intrenching,
&c...

Their manner of raising it-
to the wind of an organ.....
Assembling thereat-to bees.
-To pigmies.....
-To fairies.....

Chaos Atoms, their motion-to
the Libyan quicksands......
Confusion there-to storming

a town.....
-To heaven and earth
(supposed) falling, &c. ....
Death and Sin, their making a
bridge over Chaos to the
world-to polar winds driv
ing the ice together in the
(supposed) north-east pas-

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sage

The work to Neptune's fix-
ing the isle of Delos.....
-To Xerxes making a
bridge over the Helles-
pont...

i. 873

i. 612

Their applause of Mammon's
speech in council-to the
hollow wind after a storm..
Their rising from council-to
thunder afar off.

Their pleasure on the result
-to the evening sun, after
a foul day..

Their after-various pursuits,
passions, &c.--to the Olym-
pic, or Pythian games.......
-To the phenomena of ar-

mies in the clouds...
-To Hercules on Oeta......
Their numbers, composing
Satan's army against the
celestials-to the stars.......
--To the dew drops..
Their applause of Satan's re-
ply to Abdiel-to the sound
of deep waters.....
Thronged together after their
entire defeat by God the
Son-to a herd of goats...... vi. 856
Their retreat to Pandamo-

nium from the frontiers of
Hell, during Satan's expedi-
tion to the world-to the
Tartars flight before the
Russ-and the Persian from
the Turk-wasting the in-
termediate country.
Transformation to serpents-
to those sprung from the
Gorgon's blood, &c.......
Their appearance on the tree
illusive of the forbidden
fruit-to the snaky hair of
Megara (one of the furies)
The fruit-to the apples of
Sodom....

i. 675

i. 705
i. 768

i. 780

i. 781

ii. 285

ii. 476

ii. 488

ii. 530

ii. 533
ii. 543

V. 745
v. 746

V. 872

X. 431

x. 526

x. 289

X. 295

Death's instinct of Adam's fall
--to the flight of birds of
prey to a field of battel.....
His and Satan's frowns on
each other-to two thunder
clouds meeting...
Eve, her hair-to the vine's
tendrils....

X. 306

Her looks-to the first blush
of morning....
Herself to Pandora

-To a wood-nymph, or Ve-

nus...

-To a Dryad, or Delia (Di-
ana).

-To Pales, or Pomona ......
-To Ceres.

Her temptation by Satan-
alluded to by the story of
Ophion and Eurynome...
Flaming sword in Paradise, on
Adam's and Eve's expulsion
thence to a comet.
Its heat, &c.-to the Libyan
air
Hell-to mount Etna (in Sicily)
-To the bog or lake Ser-
bonis (in Egypt)
Knowledge, the desires of it-
to a thirst unallayed, in-
creasing.
Michael, his combat with Satan
-to two Planets (the frame
of nature supposed dis-
solved) rushing in opposi-

X. 558

X. 561

ii. 900 Raphael, his view of the world
in his descent from Heaven
to Paradise-to that of the
moon
through an optic

ii. 920

ii. 924

glass

-Of Delos or Samos, from
the Cyclades..

Himself to a Phoenix.
-To Mercury

Satan-to Briarcus, Typhon, and
the Leviathan...

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x. 273

-In eclipse.

-To the longest train of a
comet....

ii. 714

iv. 305

v. 122
iv. 713

V. 380

ix. 387
ix. 393
ix. 395

x. 578

xii. 632

xii. 634
i. 230

ii. 592

tion to each other
Appearance to expel Adam,
&c. from Paradise-to a
man in a military vest, &c.. xi. 239
Pandæmonium, (or the court of

iv. 159

Hell, its sudden rise-to an
exhalation
Paradise, the air of it-to the
effluvia from Arabia Felix,
at sea...
Itself to the field of Enna
(in Sicily)
-To the grove of Daphne,
&c. (in Thessaly)...
-To the isle of Nysa (where
Bacchus was brought up) iv. 275
To mount Amara (in
Ethiopia)

iv. 268

iv. 272

-To the gardens of Adonis
-Of Alcinous..

-Of Solomon

vii. 66

vi. 310

i. 710

iv. 281

ix. 439

ix. 440

ix. 442

V. 261

v. 264

v. 271
v. 285

i. 199, 201
-To the sun rising in a
mist

i. 594

i. 596

ii. 707

-To mount Teneriff or
Atlas.....

His shield-to the moon....
His spear-to a mast...
His standard-to a meteor....
The phenomenon of his ascent
to Hell-gates-to a fleet in
the offing

His, and Death's frowns on
each other-to two thunder
clouds meeting.
Flight to the court of Chaos
-to a Gryphon in the wil-
derness

Towards Heaven-to the ship
Argo through the Thracian
Bosphorus....

stars

-To the dew-drops Their applause of his reply to Abdiel-to the sound of deep waters.... Himself recoiling on a blow received from Michael-to a mountain sinking by an earthquake.....

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His combat with Michael-to
two Planets (the frame of
nature supposed dissolved)
rushing in opposition to
each other....
View (in the serpent) of Para-
dise and Eve there-to a
citizen's taking the air in
the country, from his home
confinement

iv. 985

i. 284
i. 292

i. 537

Shape (transformed to a serpent) on his return to Hell,

ii. 636

ii. 714

ii. 943

-To Ulysses's voyage between Scylla and Charybdis...

Arrival at light, &c.-to a
weather-beaten vessel to-
wards port.....

On the convex of the world's
outermost orb-to a vulture
seeking his
prey..
First view of the world-to

a scout's casual prospect
(after a dangerous journey)

of a new country or city.... iii. 543 Stars, their orbs-to the HesOf the stars' orbs-to the

perian gardens, &c...
Sua, his course turned at
Adam's eating the forbid-
den fruit-as at the ban-
quet of Thyestes.
Uriel, his descent from the sun
on Paradise-to a shooting

star

ii. 1016

ii. 1019

Hesperian gardens, &c. ..... iii. 568 Appearance in the sun's orb

-to a spot in it differing from all astronomical observations Meditation on his intended attempt on the world-to a gun recoiling In Paradise-to a wolf preying on a fold....

iv. 17

iv. 183

-To a thief breaking in at a house-top, &c.

iv. 188

iv. 403

-To a tiger in view of a brace of fawns.... Detected by Ithuriel there-to gunpowder taking fire... iv. 814 Reprehended by Zephon-to

a steed reined in a fret...... iv. 857 His army, against the celestials, in number-to the

ii. 1043

iii. 431

iii. 588

V. 745
V. 746

V. 872

vi. 193

vi. 310

after the temptation--to the
serpent Python
His tempting Eve-alluded to
by the story of Ophion and
Eurynome
Serpent, that entered by Satan
-to those to which Her-
mione and Cadmus were
transformed.
-To that assumed by Æs-
culapius......

-To those by Jupiter Am-
mon and Capitolinus....
His motion, wreathings, &c.
-to the working of a ship
in shifting winds, &c........
His crest (preceding Eve to
the forbidden tree)-to an
exhalation flaming (Will-o'-
th'-wisp).

ix. 445

Waters, their flux into seas, &c.
on the creation-to drops
on dust

-To armies forming them-
selves on sound of trum-
pet.............

Sin and Death-See Death and
Sin.

Sin described.........

Her speech to Satan and
Death, at Hell-gates......
Reply to Satan

Her birth.......

Reply to his answer...
Opens Hell-gates to him
Speech to Death on Adam's
fall.....

ix. 634

His address, introducing the temptation-to that of an orator of the Athenian or Roman Commonwealths.... ix. 670 Sin, her middle parts-to the (supposed) Dogs of Scylla... Of the night-hag.. Spears to ears of corn ripe for reaping

To Satan, (meeting him re-
turning to Hell,) on her
and Death's journey to the
world, after it....
To Death, on their arrival at
Paradise...

Reply to Death's answer.......
See Similes.

Sin, original, lust carnal the
first effect of it.
Its solace.....
Slaveholder, the, his great guilt
in the sight of God....
Smiles, the offspring of Reason
and Love......

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X. 529

x. 578

ix. 504

ix. 506

ix. 508

ix. 513

ii. 659 ii. 662

iv. 980

iii. 568

x. 688

iv. 555

vii. 290

vii. 295

ii. 650

ii. 727

ii. 747

ii. 752

ii. 850

ii. 871

X. 235

X. 354

x. 591

x. 602

ix. 1011

ix. 1012 xii. 64 ix. 239

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