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Book Line Alights on mount Niphates

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739 Soliloquy, contemplating the sun

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32 The first hypocrite

iv 121 Arrives at Paradise

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131 Sits on the tree of life

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194 Soliloquy on view of Adam and Eve in Paradise

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395 Liftens to Adam's discourse with Eve, on God's prohibi

tion of the tree of knowledge Soliloquy on the subject of it

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The seat of his hierarchy before his fall, describ'd
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Reply to Abdiel's answer, on his speech to the Hierarchs

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The combat describ'd
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His army defeated
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Speech in council
Reply to Nifrock there
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53 night, in a mist, in order to his temptation His circuit, &c. describ'd

ix 62 Soliloquy thereon

99 Enters the serpent

ix 182 View (in that shape) of Eve

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424 Soliloquy thereon

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473 Behaviour to her

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523 Speech to her

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532 Reply to her answer

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567 The discourse (his temptation of Eve to eat the forbid

ix den fruit) continued

732 Leaves her after eating it

ix 784 His sentence thereon (virtually) pronounced by God the Son

171 Returns to hell to avoid his presence in Paradise

337 Meets Sin and Death upon their journey to the world on Adam's, &c. fall

345 Answer to Sin's speech

383 Parts with them

410 Ascends his throne at Pandemonium

443 Speech to the fall’n Angels afsembled there

459 Applauded with a hiss

504 He and they transform'd to serpents

510 Further punish'd with an illusion of the forbidden fruit

549 Both annually continued

575 Himself (the serpent) drag'd in chains at the ascension

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at first seen by Columbus
Their repentance to Deucalion and Pyrrha's address

to restore human race after their flood
Adam caressing Eveto Jupiter with Juno (May-showers) iv
His address to her sleeping - to Zephyrus breathing on?

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Bowerto Pomona's arbour
Defires to know the story of the creation, prior to

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his own to thirst unallay'd, increasing
Awak'd after carnal fruition, the first effect of his

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fall to Samson fhorn by Delilah
Sorrow on the vision of Noah's flood - to a father's

mourning his children all destroy'd in his view at xi

once
Angels celeftial, the spears (of the guardians of Para-

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dise) to ears of corn ripe for reaping
Their march against Satan's army - to that of the

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birds in Paradise to receive their names from Adam
Their hallelujahs to the found of seas
(Appointed to expel Adam, &c. from Paradise)

their faces to a double Janus (four)
Their eyes—-to those of Argus
Their appearance there to the Angels appearing to

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Jacob in Mabanaim
-To those in Dothan against the King of Allyria

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Their motion—to an evening mist

xii Angels fall'n (or infernal)—to autumnal leaves

i -To floating sea-sedge after a storm

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Rousing at Satan's command—to centinels waking from

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sleep on duty
Imbattelling against the Angels celestial to the

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Egyptian plague of locufts

- To the irruptions of the northern barbarians i
Their disposition to engage to that of the heroes of

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antiquity
With them—the greatest armies in all ages since the

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Themselves—to oaks or pines blasted

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ii hollow wind after a storm

285 Their rising from council-to thunder afar off Their plealure on the result — to the evening sun after

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488 Their after warious parfaits , pasions, &c.—to the Olym.} ii

530 -To the Phænomena of armies in the clouds

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533 -To Hercules on Oeta

ü Their numbers composing Satan's army against the celeftialsto the stars

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746 Their applause of Satan's reply to Abdiel - to the found

872 of deep waters Throng'd together after their entire defeat by God the Son—to a herd of goats

856 Their retreat to Pandæmonium from the frontiers of hell

during Satan's expedition to the world to the Tar.
tar's fight before the Russ - and the Perfian from

the Turk-wasting the intermediate country Transformation to serpentsto 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

X Chaos. Atoms, their motion—to the Libyan quicksands ii

900 Confusion there—to storming a town

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920 -To heaven and earth (suppos’d) falling, &c.

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924 Death, and Sin, their making a bridge over Chaos to the

world- to polar winds, driving the ice together in the 289

(suppos'd) north-east paffage The work--to Neptune's fixing the isle of Delos

293 -To Xerxes making a bridge over the Hellespont

306 Death's instinct of Adam's Fall to the flight of birds of prey to a field of battel

273 His and Satan's frowns on each other to two thunder clouds meeting

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To a wood-nymph, or Venus
To a Dryad, or Delia (Diana)
To Pales or Pomona

To Ceres
Her Temptation by Satan—alluded to by the story of

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thence-- to a comet
Its heat, &c.—to the Libyan air

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Hell—to mount Ætna (in Sicily)

i - To the bog or lake Serbonis (in Palestine)

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Knowledge, the desires of it-- to a thirst unallay'd, in-

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creasing
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man in a military veft, &c.
Pandæmonium (or the court of hell) its sudden rise - to

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an exhalation
Paradise, the air of it-to the effluvia from Arabia Felix,

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Its self-to the field of Enna (in Sicily)

iv To the grove of Daphne, &c. (in Theffaly)

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To mount Amara (in Ethiopia)

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To the gardens of Adonis

ix Of Alcinous

ix -Of Solomon

ix Raphael, his view of the world in his descent from Heaven

to Paradise-----to that of the moon through an optics
glass

Of Delos or Samos from the Cyclades (illes)
Himself-to a Phenix

-To Mercury
Satan—to Briareus, Typhon and the Leviathaa

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-To the sun rising in a mist

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-To mount Teneriff or Atlas

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