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His address introducing the temptation - to that of

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Sin, her middle parts-to the (suppos'd) Dogs of Scylla ii 659
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Uriel, his descent from the sun on Paradise--to a shoot-

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

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Sin and Death

Vide Death and Sin.
Sin describ'd

ii 650
Her speech to Satan, and Death, at hell-gates

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Reply to Satan

747
Her birth

752
Reply to his answer
Opens hell-gates to him

ii 871
Speech to Death on Adam's fall

235
To Satan, (meeting him returning to hell,) on her

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and Death's journey to the world after it

354
To Death on their arrival at Paradise

591
Reply to Death's answer

602

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Sin original, lust carnal the first effect of it

ix
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Slavery, original of it the inordinacy of the Passions xii

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Spirits, their essence, and power

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Their invisible existence on earth
The elect, their hymn to God the Father, and Son
Material, &c. faculties in spirits
Vital, animal, and intellectual spirits progressive from

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

Fed by the air
Part of the fourth day's creation
Receive their light from the sun

Vide Similes.
Stars, and Moon, their courses, influences, &c.
Storms, &c. an effect of Adam's fall
Styx, a river of hell
Sun, its appearance, place, and power

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Temperance, the effect of it long life
I bammuz or Adonis (a fall'n Angel)
Thunder, an effect of Adam's fall
Time, respecting eternity, defin'd
Titax, (a fall'n Angel)
Tradition censur'd
Tree of life

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Tyranny, Nimrodos, describ'd, and censur'd
Origin of it, the inordinacy of the passions
No excuse of the tyrant (tho' just in consequence on

the subject)
Tyrants, their plea for conqueft, &c. compar'd with Sa-

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Vacuity, God's omnipresence an argument against it

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Valour, (or heroic virtue,) the common notion of it

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xi
Reason, and virtue, the same

xii
Union conjugal

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

iii
His answer to Satan

iii
Directs him to the world
And Paradise

iii
Descends thither himself, and informs Gabriel of Sa-

iv
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Encounters Adramelec, (a fallin Angel) wounds, and
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The corruptions of peace equal to its wastes

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Wife, her duty in danger, distress, &c.

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Wind, the tempestuous power of it, an effect of Adam's
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Woman, conjugal obedience her happiness, &c.

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Abominable, ii. 626. X. 465.
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Abandon, vi. 494. Abortive, ii. 441. iii. 456. xi. 769. bandon'd, vi. 134. x. 717. Above, i. 15, 39, 193, 249, 499, barim, i. 408.

589, 600. ii. 172, 351, 428,455, balh'd, i. 331. iv. 846. viii. 595. 731, 814,856. iii. 58, 184, 268, ix, 1065. X. 161.

416, 556, 571. iv. 141. v. 156, bassin, iv. 280.

297, 363, 455, 812. vi. 402, bated xi. 841.

705. vii. 3, 4, 23, 82, 268, 389, bbana, i. 469.

468. viii. 135, 168, 318, 357, bdiel, v. 805, 896. vi. 111, 171, 358. ix. 105, 228, 564. X. 149, 369.

176, 532, 549. xi. 2, 232, 298, bhor, iv. 392. V. 120. xi. 686. 829. xii

. 65, 77, 458. bhorred, ii. 87, 577,

From Above, iii. 56. iv. 860. vi. bhorr'd, ii. 659. vi. 607.

118. xi. 138, 668. bhorr'ft, xii. 79.

Abound, vi. 502. xii. 478. bide, i. 385. iv. 87. v. 6c9.

Abounded, iü: 312. bides, iii. 388. xi. 292.

Abounds, iii. 312. ubject, i. 312, 322. ix. 572. About, i. 770. ii. 348. iii. 60:

iv. 401. v. 656. vi. 765. vii. 197. bjure, vüi. 480.

viii. 62, 125, 261, 559. ix. 16, ble, iii. 211. iv. 155. V. 70. 120, 427, 589,816, 1048, 1057, x. 819, 950. xii. 491.

1106. x. 26, 420, 423. xii. 136. bode, iii. 734. iv. 939. vii. 553. Abraham, xii. 152, 260, 268, 273, bolish, ii. 370. ii. 163. ix. 947.

328. bolith'd, ii. 93.

Abraham's, xii. 447, 449. VOL. II.

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