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292 His ftandard - to a meteor

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337 The Phænomenon of his ascent to hell-gates-to a fleet

ii in the Offin

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714 Flight to the court of Chaos—to a Gryphon's in the

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943 Towards heaven---to (the ship) Argo through the

i 1016 Thracian Bosphorus To Ulyles's voyage between Scylla and Charybdis Arrival at light, &c.—to a weather-beaten vessel to-3 ü 1049 On the convex of the world's outermoft orb to a

iii vulture seeking his prey

431 First view of the world-to a scout's casual profpe&t

(after a dangerous journey) of a new country or 543 city Of the stars orbs-to the Hesperian gardens, &c. iii

568 Appearance in the sun's offer to a spot in it differing} ii

688 Meditation on his intended attempt on the world—to

a gun recoiling In paradise--to a wolf preying on a fold

iy 183 -To a thief breaking in at a house top, &c.

iv 188 -To a 'Tiger in view of a brace of fawns

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403 Detected by liburiel there-to gunpowder taking fire iv Reprehended by Zephonto a steed rein'd, in a fret iv 857 His army against the celestials in number

to the stars

745 To the dew drops

746 Their applause of his reply to Abdiel --to the found of

vi deep waters

872 Himself recoiling on a blow receiv'd from Michael to a mountain sinking by an earthquake

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193 His combat with Michael --to two Planets (the frame of nature, fuppos'd, dissolved) rushing in opposition vi

310 to each other View (in the serpent) of Paradise and E-ve there—to a citizen's taking the air in the country from his home Six

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Book Line His tempting Evemalluded to by the story of Ophion

578 Serpent, that enter'd by Satan--to those Hermione and Cadmus were transform'd to

504 -To that affum'd by Æsculapius

ix -To those by Jupiter Ammon, and Capitolinus ix His motion, wreathings, &c. -- to the working of a?

ix ship in shifting winds, &c.

513 His crest (preceding Eve to the forbidden Tree)—to an

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exhalation faming (Will i'th' wisp)
His address introducing the temptation -- to that of

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an orator of the Athenian or Roman Commonwealths
Sin, her middle parts-to the (suppos’d) Dogs of Scylla

Of the night-hag
Spears-to ears of corn ripe for reaping

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980 Stars, their orbsm-to the Hesperian gardens, &c.

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568 Sun, his course turn'd at Adam's, &c. eating the forbid

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294 Sin and Death

Vide Death and Sin.
Sin describ'd

650 Her speech to Satan, and Death, at he!l-gates

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727 Reply to Satan

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747 Her birth

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752 Reply to his answer

ii 850 Opens hell-gates to him

ii Speech to Death on Adam's fall

235 To Satan, (meeting him returning to hell,) on her and Death's journey to the world after it

354 To Death on their arrival at Paradise

591 Reply to Death's answer

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Vide Similes.
Sin original, lust carnal the first effect of it

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Its solace
Slavery, original of it the inordinacy of the Passions xii 86
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97 Soul, its faculties Its immortality discuss'd

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Spirits, their essence, and power

i Their invisible existence on earth

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The elect, their hymn to God the Father, and Son iii
Material, & c. faculties in spirits
Vital, animal, and intellectual spirits progressive from

material nutrition
Their existence in life, intellect, shape, &c. defin'd vi
Spring perpetual within the tropics, but for Adam's fall
Stars, their places, appearances, &c.

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Fed by the air
Part of the fourth day's creation

vii Receive their light from the sun

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Vide Similes. Stars, and Moon, their courses, influences, &c.

iv Storms, &c. an effect of Adam's fall

xi Styx, a river of hell

ii Sun, its appearance, place, and power

Brightness describd
Orb fed by exhalations from the grosser
Part of the fourth day's.creation

vii The fountain of light

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Teachers (false) of the christian religion describ'd
Temperance, the effect of it long life
I banmuz or Adonis (a fall’n Angel)
Thunder, an effect of Adam's fall
Time, respecting eternity, defina
Titan, (a fall’n Angel)
Tradition censur'd
Tree of life

Vide Life.
Of knowledge

Vide Knowledge.

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Tyranny, Nimrod's, describ'd, and censur'd

Origin of it, the inordinacy of the passions
No excuse of the tyrant (tho' just in consequence on

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Tyrants, their plea for conquest, &c. compar'd with Sa-

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Virtue, &c. with loss of freedom degenerates

Reason, and virtue, the same
Union conjugal

Vide Conjugal union.
Uriel (the Angel of the sun)

His answer to Satan
Directs him to the world
And Paradise
Descends thither himself, and informs Gabriel of Sa-

tan's predescent
Encounters Adramelec, (a fall’n Angel) wounds, and
puts him to flight

Vide Similes.
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War, property the original of it

xi The corruptions of peace equal to its wastes

xi Waters separated from the earth, part of the third day's

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creation

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Wife, her duty in danger, distress, &c.
Wind, the tempestuous power of it, an effect of Adam's

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Wisdom, the sum of it, the love, &c. of God xii
Wolves, (or false teachers) the Apostles fucceffors, de-
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232 The effect of leaving her to her own will

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145 His superiority over her, given him by God

195 A novelty, defect of nature, &c. (sarcastically)

888 The advantage of her social, over her artificial accom

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614 plishments Every way the cause of man's misery (sarcastically) xi 633 Works, with faith in Christ, eternal life

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420 World, the convex of its outermost orb describ'd

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444 By whom poffeft (sarcastically)

463 The creation of the world, committed by God the Fa

vii 163 ther, to God the Son Deicribd

vii 218 Situation of it, respecting heaven and hell

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