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The song on the creation

vii 252
vii 557

On its dissolution and renovation

Guardians of Paradise, their parade,

watches, &c.

Vu 603

X 641
iv 778
iv 783
iv 861
iv 977

287

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xi 127

208
viii 220
xii 626

Re-ascent to Heaven on Adam's fall
Appointed to expel Adam, &c. from Paradise
Descent there
Poft assigned
March possessing it, and expelling him, &c.
Vide God the Father
and Son.

Vide Similes.
Guardians of mankind
Angels, fallen, their after-state

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So
i 339

33'
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374

Numbers
Names
Various pursuits, &c.
Loss supply'd by man's creation
Imbatteld against the Angels cælestial
Engagement
Defeat

Disposition to re-engage
í Their artillery,-- canon, &c.

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X 519
х 547
X 575

Entire defeat, and expulsion from Heaven
Transformed to serpents
Further punish'd with an illusion of the forbidden fruit
Both annually continued

Vide Satan. Vide Similes,
Apostles, their mission, &c.

Gift of the Holy Ghost

Succeffors (wolves, false teachers, &c.) defcribd
Argument of the Poem
Ariel, Arioc and Ramiel (fall'n Angels) vanquish'd
Ark, its building by Noah, describd

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Baalim and Ashtaroth (falln Angels)

422
Babel, the city and tower, built by Nimrod, Egc.

xii
The confusion of languages there describd

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Baptism, what the sign of

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442
Baptiz'd, the Holy Ghost given primitively to all such xii

497
Battel, &c. between the cælestial, and fallen Angels, (Gods

from

vi
the Son concluding it) describ'd

to 877
Vide Angels cleeftial and full m.
Beasts, part of the sixth day's creation describ'd

vii

453
Belzebub, (a fall’n Angel)

79
Describ'd

ii

299
His answer to Satan's first speech after their fall

i 128
To his second

i

273
Speech in council, call’d by Satan thereon

ii

310
Promotes an attempt on the world

ii

345
Belial (a fall'n Angel)

i

290
Describd

ji 108
His speech in council

ii

119
To Satan on their advantage gaind in the re ingagement

vi
with the cælestial Angels

620
Birds, part of the fifth day's creation, describ'd

vii

417
Blafts,
an effect of Adam's fall

692
Bridge from hell-gates to the world over Chaos, the work,
&c. describ'd

293
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Cain and Abel, their story related

xi

429
xii

Chare,

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Cham's story

807

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Book Line Chance, the common notion of it, exploded

ü Chaos describ'd

ü 890

vii 210 Its court

959 Answer to Satan's speech there

ü

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

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282 Adam's fall.

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Cbarity, its praises, &c.

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to 587 Chemos, or Peor (a fall'n Angel)

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406 Cherubim

Vide Angels Celefiial, &c.

Vide Similes. Church, hirelings in it, compard to the Devil in Paradise ir

192 Cocytus, a river of hell

ü

579 Comparisons

Vide Similes. Conjugal love, the praises, &c. of it

750 Distinguish'd from an amour

iv
Consists in reason, not passion
Defin'd
Expres (on the woman's part) in practice

viii 50 In words

xü 615 A reciprocal duty of it

ix

357 Conjugal obedience, woman's happiness, &c.

iv

635 Conjugal union, the reason and obligations

494 of it

ix

955

ix Conscience, God's umpire in man

194

iv The terrors of it

23

842 Laws to force it, censur'd

xii 515 No infallibility against it

529 Constellations, their appearances, motion, &c.

5.7 Creation, the universal, describ'd

708 vii

221 Creatures animal in paradise, describ'd

iv

340 Have degrees of knowledge, and reason

viii 369 Their diicord, an effect of Adam's fall

707 Entry of Noah's ark

xi

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Dagon (a fall'n Angel)
Damn'd, the vicislitudes of their torments describd

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Book Line David, his throne why eternal

320 Day and night in heav'n, describd

vi

4 Death and Sin, their station at hell-gates before Adam's

ü 648 Their union

х 249

282 it Meet Satan in his return to hell from thence

326 Their journey thither, and influences describ'd

410 Arrival at paradise

585 After-conduct in the world

610

Vide Similes. Death described

ii 666 Answer to Satan at hell-gates

688 The son of Satan and Sin

727 Its birth

ii

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

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to 493

More terrible in view than reality

xi

469

from 425

111

129

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Of the faithful, a leep to immortality

xii

to 434 The gate of life

xii

571 Death eternal considered

X 808 Deluge universal

Vide Noah. Despair, the degrees and colours of it

iv 108 Devils, why eternally excluded from grace Discord censured

ii

496 Daughter of Sin, &c.

707 Dominion absolute in man, over men, an usurpation xii 64 Dreams illusive, &c. their source

jv

799 Natural

IIO Divine

xii

611 E Eagle, a bird of prey, an effect of Adam's fall

xi Earth and Heaven

Vide Heav'n and Earth.

715 Earth, its general creation describd

vii

231 The shadow of Heaven

574 Separated from the waters, part of the third day's crea. cion, describ'd

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Book Lire The fruits of it, &c.

vii

313 Its motion, or of the Heavens, speculations thereon?

70 censur'd

ix Its praises

99 The centre of the creation

107 Destruction by Noah's food describd

xi

743 Reftitution after it

xii

852

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Annuniversal paradise at the Mefiah's coming to judg- }xii 463

664

Vide World. Eden, the country bounded

iv 210 Eden, the garden of it

Vide Paradise.

Egypt, the plagues of it describ'd

173 Election asserted

183 Elements, c. subfift on each other

xi

415 Enoch, his story and translation

700

Vide Adam and Eve.
Eve and Adam

Vide Innocence.
Vide Similes.

iv

712 379

470 rüi 482

545 596 386

ix

jv

E-ve particularly describ'd, characteriz'd, &'c.

ix
ix

431

457 ix 489 ix 533 ix 603

ix 896 Answer to Adam's discourse on the prohibition of the tree

iv 440 of knowledge Recounts her first view of the creation, Adam, &c.

449 Answer to him at night

iv 635 To him waking her (relates her dream, the subject of Sa

37 tan's first illusive temptation) Weeping describd

V 129 Attending the entertainment of Raphael

443 Her formation from Adam

viii 460 Behaviour on view of him, &c.

viii 500

from 205 Discourse with him preceding the temptation (the prevail

ix ing on her own fufficiency, and his fondnels)

to 384 Answe:

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