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Wishes for his dissolution
771 Reflections on the immortality of the soul, &c.
782 Repulsory speech to Eve attempting to consolate him 866 Relents towards her
937 Reply to her (accusing herself as the first in transgres
947 fion) Answer (to her reply advising to die by their own
1013 hands) Resolves the contrary, (submission to God's will, and
1028 Specch to Eve (on the efficacy of prayer, &'c.)
xi 140 Hails her the mother of mankind
158 Speech to her on the Omens preceding their expulfion} xi from Paradise
193 On the view of Michael approaching
xi 226 Behaviour on receiving the message
xi 263 Speech to Michael thereon
370 Discourse with Michael, discovering to him in vision what
xi should happen in the world till the food
from 61 Discourse with him, relating what should happen to the xii
general resurrection General reply to him, (resolutions of future obedience,
552 dependence on God's providence, &c.)
Vide Eve. Vide Michael. Vide Raphael.
Vide Similes, Adonis a River in Syria
i 450 Adramalec and Almadai, fall'n Angels, wounded, and put yi to fight
365 Air first clouded on Adam's fall
xi 182 Allusions,
Vide Similes. Amarant, a flower transplanted from Paradise to Heaven iii Ambition censured
ji 482 A cause of Satan's fall
iv 86 Angels (Celestial) obey God of choice, not necessity
V 535 Imbattel'd against 'Satan, and the fall’n Angel
vi Their signal, and march
56 Signal to engage, and engagement
vi 202 Prevail
vi 386 Disposition to re-ingage
597 Rally again, and renew the fight
vi 634 * A a a 2
The song on the creation
On its dissolution and renovation
Guardians of Paradise, their parade,
Re-ascent to Heaven on Adam's fall
Entire defeat, and expulsion from Heaven
to 877 'Transformed to serpents
519 Further punish'd with an illusion of the forbidden fruit
547 Both annually continued
575 Vide Satan. Vide Similes. Apoftles, their miffion, &c.
439 Gift of the Holy Ghost
497 Successors (wolves, false teachers, &c.) describ'd xii
i Argument of the Poem
1 Ariel, Arioc and Ramiel (fall'n Angels) vanquish'd
369 Ark, its building by Noah, describd
728 Vide Noab.
ii iv ix
Reflection, in prospect of Adam's, &c. fall
On his own blindness, &c.
Baalim and Ashtaroth (fall'n Angels)
The confusion of languages there describd
Vide Angels cleeftial and fallon.
Promotes an attempt on the world
ii ji i ii ii
79 299 128 272 310 345 290 108 119 620
To en helt and Angelige gain'd in the re ingagement } vi
Birds, part of the fifth day's creation, describ'd
Book Line Chance, the common notion of it, exploded
909 Chaos describ'd
210 Its court
959 Answer to Satan's fpeech there
989 Bounds since the Angels fall, the creation, &c.
ii State before it
577 A bridge made over it from hell gate to the world, at Adam's fall.
282 Vide Similes.
Charity, its praises, &c.
to 587 Chemos, or Peor (a fall’n Angel)
Vide Angels Celestial, &c.
Vide Similes. Church, hirelings in it, compard to the Devil in Paradise iv
192 Cocytus, a river of hell
Vide Similes. Conjugal love, the praises, &c. of it
750 Distinguish'd from an amour
765 Confists in reason, not passion
vii Expreft (on the woman's part) in practice
50 In words A reciprocal duty of it
357 Conjugal obedience, woman's happiness, &c.
viii Conjugal union, the reason and obligations
ix of it
ix 961 Conscience, God's umpire in man
iv The terrors of it Laws to force it, censur'd
515 No infallibility against it
529 Constellations, their appearances, motion, &c.
577 Creation, the universal, describ'd
221 Creatures animal in paradise, describ’d
340 Have degrees of knowledge, and reason
369 Their diicord, an effect of Adam's fall
X 707 Entry of Noah's ark
D Dagon (a fall'n Angel)
457 Dain'd, the vicislitudes of their torments describd
Book Line David, his throne why eternal
320 Day and night in heav'n, describd
4 Death and Sin, their station at hell-gates before Adam's fall
ü 648 Their union
249 Makfer ibridge from thence over Chaos to the world;} 282 Meet Satan in his return to hell from thence Their journey thither, and influences describ'd
410 Arrival at paradise
585 After-conduct in the world
Vide Similes. Death described
ii 666 Answer to Satan at hell-gates
ii 688 The son of Satan and Sin
727 Its birth
777 Answer to Sin on Adam's fall
264 To Sin's speech in paradise
596 Vide Similes.
from 466 Death natural, the causes, and variety of it, described xi
More terrible in view than reality
Of the faithful, a sleep to immortality
The gate of life
xii Death eternal considered Deluge universal
Vide Noab. Despair, the degrees and colours of it
iv Devils, why eternally excluded from grace Discord censured
ii Daughter of Sin, &c. Dominion absolute in man, over men, an usurpation
xii Dreams illusive, &c. their source
xi Earth and Heaven
Vide Heav'n and Earth.
iii Earth, its general creation describ'd
vii The shadow of Heaven Separated from the waters, part of the third day's crea
vii tion, describ'd
108 129 496 707
64 799 IIO 611