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Hell described

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Its Gates
Foges' by fin
How ftuated, respecting hearen, and the world

Vide Similes.
Hierarekies of hear's, before the revolt of the fall'n?

Arge's, defcribd
Einn, the valley of, whence called Topbet, and Geberna
HOLY-GHOST, its effufion, &c. at the creation

De ceat, & s. on the Apostles, and all baptiz'd

Proces d and given alike to all believers,
Heipicas:y, an incitation to it
Hymn to ight

To God we Father and Son
On cocjogal love

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Ægypt, related
Of the settlement of their civil and facred

economy
in the wilderness
Establishment in Cangan
Reason, use, &c. of their ritual laws
Government by Judges and Kings
Captivity in Babylon
Return from thence, after-diffenfions, &c. to the birth

of the Messiah, Esc.
5, (a fall'n Angel)
Suriel (a guardian Angel of Paradise)
Detect's Satan's first attempt on Eve there

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nowledge of good and evil, the tree of it, how fituated

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Described

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Forbidden to Adam

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Satan's Encomium of it

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Eve's
inowledge (or opinion) the result of reason and fancy

S vii
Without restraint, folly

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220
626
575
542
323
679
795
863
100
126
188
560
192
770
557
369

Of things necessary, wisdom

viii
(nowledge of future events, the desire of it reprehended xi
Its sum, the love, fear, &c. of God

xii
In animal crcatures afferted

viii
Vide Similes,
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610

Letbe, a river of hell, describ'd

Medusa the guard of it
Leviathan describ'd
Liberty, with the loss of it, virtue, &c, degenerates

Adam's fall, the first cause of it
Liberty, the same with reason
Life, the tree of it describ'd

Where situated
Life, long, by temperance

The great rule of it respecting itself

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ix 69
xi 530

553

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Book Les Light, hymn to it

The first day's creation, describd
Lightning how produced
Limbo, or fools paradise, where
Lion, a beast of prey, an effect of Adam's fait
Love conjugal, its praises

Distinguish'd from that of an amour
Love confifts in reason, not paffion
Defin'd
In spirits celestial, the expression of it what, and how priu
Smiles, the food of love
Founded in reason, one end of human life

ix 241 Lucifer, Satan why so called

Vide Satan. Luft carnal, the first effect of Adam's, &c. fall

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Mammon (a fall'n Angel)

His speech in the council call’d by Satan after their fall
Man fall’n the object of grace, why

His long resistance of it alone exclufive
Redemption propos'd by God the Father
Undertaken by God the Son

The Son’s merits alone imputative to him, towards it, how in Man created to repair the loss of the fall’n Angels

His creation (part of the fixth day's) describd
Dominion over the rest

Love to woman, how consistent with his superiority
The whole creation in little
Angels, his guardians

ix 144

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Pursuing his appetites, disfigures not God's images :

but his own Conformity to the divine will, the true end of his crea

tion Absolute dominion over his brethren (men) an ulur

pation
Given him by God only over the creatures
Matches conjugal, the modern censur'd

Respecting the woman particularly
Medusa, the guard of Letbe
Mercy, God's first and last attribute
Mefliah promised

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The promife explain'd

182
Sexy
xii

386
His birth, &c. and kingdom described

xii

359
Why called the seed of the woman

xii
Life, and passion
Resurrection, and miffion of the Apostles

Xii

420
Ascepsion, Gr.

xii

451
Coming to judgment, &c.

xii

543
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the celeftial army again the revolted Angels

44
His prowess, &c. in the battel

250
Speech to Satan encountring him

262
The combat defcribd

296
Wounds Satan

vi

320
The revolters defeated, incamps on the field of battel vi

410
Prepares to expel Adam, &c. from Paradise

xi 126
His appearance, &c. there described

238
Speech to Adam thereon

xi

251
Reply to Eve lamenting the threatned expulfion xi

286
To Adam on the fame subject

xi

334
Discovers to him (in vision) what should happen to the
time of the Flood

xi

to 867
The story of Cain and Abel

429
Death with its caules, and variety

xi

466
The state of the antediluvian world (in common) xi

556
The state of it (civil, or in propriety)

xi 638
The story of Enoch

xi 664
Of Noah

xi

700
The flood

xi 738
God's covenant to destroy the world no more by water xi 890
Discovers to him (relatively) what hould happen from from 6

the flood to the general refurrection
The patriarchal government

xii
Nimrod's tyranny

xii

24
The building and confusion, at Babel

xii

38
The story of Cham
Of Abraham, and the Patriarchs

xii

113
Of the Ifraelites bondage in Egypt, and deliverance thence xii 163
Of the settlement of their civil

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in the wilderness, and establishment in Canaan

223
Of their various ritual laws, their reason, ure, &c. xii

280
of their government by Judges and Kings

xii
Of their captivity in Babylon

Xii

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Book Lis: Of their return from thence, after-dissensions, the birth and kingdom of the Messiah

to 3* Of his life, passion, resurrection, mission of the Apostles, ascension, &c.

to e Of the mission of the Holy Ghost, gift of tongues, mis racles, &c.

to set Of the Apostles successors (false teachers, &c.) their am- from

bition, innovations, &c. the effects of them, and the xü
Melliah's coming to judgment

to 5 His answer to Adam's resolutions of future obedience,

&c. commends, advises him, and warns him to si

quit Paradise Leads him and Eve out

xü 633

Vide Similes.
Mind, the force of it

Discourse, its food
Moloch, (a fall’n Angel)
His speech in the council call'd by Satan after their fall ü

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Its office
Rising describd
The spots in it, vapours not yet consolidated with its

body
Part of the fourth day's creation
Receives its light from the sun

Motion, aspects
Moon' and stars, their courses, influences, &c.
Moon and planets, their noxious motion, aspects, &c. an

effect of Adam's fall Morning in heav'n describ’d

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Moses and Aaron their mission to Egypt
Mulciber (a fall'n Angel)

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Night in heaven, describ'd
Night and day in heaven, describd

64 vi

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