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Speech on the celestial army's retreat

vi oci
His army's intire defeat and expulfion from heav'n de-

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scrib'd
Returns from compaffing the earth, to Paradise by

night, in a mist, in order to his temptation
His circuit, &c. describ'd
Soliloquy thereon
Enters the serpent
View (in that shape) of Eve
Soliloquy thereon
Behaviour to her
Speech to her
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Answer to Sin's speech
Parts with them
Ascends his throne at Pandæmonium
Speech to the fall'n Angels affembled there
Applauded with a hiss
He and they transform'd to serpents
Further punish'd with an illusion of the forbidden fruit
Both annually continued
Himself (the serpent) drag'd in chains at the ascension

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Diffolution (with the world) at his coming to judg-
ment

Vide Similes.
Saturn (a fallin Angel)
Scriptures how to be understood
Seasons, their changes, respecting each clime, an effed ]

of Adam's fall
Serpent defcribd

After enter'd by Satan
His sentence (formally) pronounc'd by God the Son,

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Adam and Eve, after their fall.

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

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

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Bower-to Pomona's arbour
Desires to know the story of the creation, prior to

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

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

mourning his children all destroy'd in his view atxi

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

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

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

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

xi
Jacob in Mahanaim
-To those in Dothan against the King of Aliria

xi
Their motion—to an evening mist

xii Angels falln (or infernal)—to autunnal leaves

i
- To floating fea-fedge after a storm
Rousing at Satan's command—to centinels waking from

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sleep on duty
Imbattelling against the Angels celestial to the

i
Egyptian plague of locufts
To the irruptions of the northern barbarians

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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

creation — pigmies
Themselves to oaks or pines blasted

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Assembling thereat—to bees

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To fairies

i Their applause of Mammon's speech in council---to the

hollow wind after a storm Their rising from council—to thunder afar off Their pleasure on the result to the evening sun after

a foul day Their after various pursuits, paffions, &c.-to the Olym

pick, or Pythian games -To the Phænomena of armies in the clouds -To Hercules on Oeta

ce

743
leftials - to the stars

To the dew drops
Their applause of Satan's reply to Abdiel to the found

of deep waters Throng

å together after their entire defeat by God the

to a herd of goats
Their retreat to Pandæmonium from the frontiers of hell

during Satan's expedition to the world--to the Tar. ?
tar's flight before the Russ -- and the Per fan from

the Turk-wasting the intermediate country Transformation to serpents—to 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
Chaos. Atoms, their motion-to the Libyan quicksands
Confusion there—to storming a town

-To heaven and earth Tuppos’d) falling, &c.
Death, and Sin, their making a bridge over Chaos to the

world - to polar winds, driving the ice together in the 25

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

To Xerxes making a bridge over the Hellefpont Death's instinct of Adam's Fall to the flight of birds

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Herself-to Pandora

iv

713
-To a wood-nymph, or Venus

V

379
To a Dryad, or Delia (Diana)

ix 387
To Pales or Pomona

ix

393
-To Ceres

ix

395
Her Temptation by Satan-alluded to by the story of

578
Ophion and Eurynome
Flaming sword in Paradise, on Adam's and Eve's expulsion

xii

632
thence--to a comet
Its heat, &c.-to the Libyan air

xii

634
Hell—to mount Ætna (in Sicily)

i

230
To the bog or lake Serbonis (in Palestine)

ji
Knowledge, the desires of it—to a thirt unallay'd, in-

vii 66
creasing
Michael, his combat with Satan - to two Planets (the

frame of nature, suppos'd, diffolv'd) rushing in op-{ vi 310

position to each other
Appearance to expel Adam, &c. from Paradise — to a } xi
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man in a military veft, &c.
Pandemonium (or the court of hell) its sudden rise-

i

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an exhalation

iv

159
Its self—to the field of Enna (in Sicily)

iv 268
To the grove of Daphne, &c. (in Thessaly)

iv

272

iv 275
up)
-To mount Amara (in Ethiopia)

iv 280
-To the gardens of Adonis

ix

439
Of Alcinous

ix

440
Of Solomon

ix

442
Raphael, his view of the world in his descent from Heaven
to Paradise-

261
glass
Of Delos or Samos from the Cyclades (ifles)

264
Himself-to a Phænix

271
-To Mercury

285
i

199
Satanto Briareus, Typbon and the Leviathan

201
-To the sun rifing in a mist

i

594
In eclipse

i

596
-To the longest train of a comet

ii

707
- To mount Teneriff or Atlas

iv 985
His shield- to the moon

i 284
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His spear-to a mast

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His standard – to a meteor

i
The Phænomenon of his ascent to hell-gates—to a fleet

in the Offin
His, and Death's frowns on each other— to two thun-

der-clouds meeting
Flight to the court of Chaos—to a Gryphon's in the

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

the
Thracian Bosphorus
-To Ulyses's voyage between Scylla and Charybdis
Arrival at light, & c.-- to a weather-beaten vessel to-

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On the convex of the world's Outermoft orb to a
vulture seeking his prey
First view of the world--to a scout's casual prospea)

(after a dangerous journey) of a new country orü 343
city

er of the stars orbs—to the Hesperian gardens, &c. ö 368
Appearance in the sun's orb--to a spot in it differing

643
from all astronomical observations
Meditation on his intended attempt on the world to
a gun recoiling

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In paradise—to a wolf preying on a fold

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

-To a 'Tiger in view of a brace of fawns
Detected by liburiel there—to gunpowder taking fire ir $4
Reprehended by Zephonto a steed rein'd, in a fret
Hiš army against the celestials in number ------to the?
stars

To the dew drops
Their applause of his reply to Abdiel ---to the found of

vi :
deep waters
Himself recoiling on a blow receiv'd from Michael

to a mountain sinking by an earthquake
His combat with Michael--to two Planets (the frame

of nature, suppos'd, diffolved) rushing in opposition Svi 310

to each other
View (in the serpent) of Paradise and Eve there-to a

citizen's taking the air in the country from his home is #

confinement
Shape (transform'd to a serpent) on his return to hell

after the temptation-to the serpent Python

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