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ARON and Mofes; their mission to Egypt xii. 170.
Abdiel, (a Seraph) opposes Satan promoting the angels revolt,
&c. v. 803. Reply to his answer, v. 877. His fide ity, &c.
celebrated, v. 896. Retreat fom Satan's party, vi. 1. Soliloquy
on view of him at their head, vi. 114. Speech to him thereon,
vi. 130. Reply to his answer, vi. 171. Encounters him in the
battle, vi. 189. Vanquishes Ariel, Arioch, and Ramiel, (fallen
angels) vi. 369.
Abel and Cain, ih ir story related, xi. 429.
Abraham's and the patriarch's, xii. 113. All nations his fons by
faith, xii. 446.
Acheron, a river of hell, ii. 570.
Adam and Eve described generally, iv. 288. Particularly, iv. 295.
Their Ita e of innoience, iv. 312, 492, 738. v. 211, 303. viii.
510. See Innocence. Night-orison, iv. 720. Morning orison,
Vi 153. Preparations to entertain the angel Raphael, v. 313. The
table and entertainment described, v. 391. Their nuptial bed,
iv. 1708. Nuptials celebrated, viii. 510. Parting preceding the
temptation, ix. 385. Behaviour after their fall, ix. 1004. Find
themselves naked, ix. 1051. Make themselves breeches of fig-
leaves, ix. 1699. Recriminate on, and reproach each other, ix.
H187. Hide themselves from God (the Son), x.97. Appearance
before bim, x, 109. 'Repentance, X. 1098. Expulsion from Pa-
radise, xii. 625. See Similes.
Adam, his discourse with Eve on the prohibition of the tree of know-
Jeige, iv, 411. To her at night, iv. 610. Answer to her question
about the nightly luminaries, vi, 660. Viewing her sleeping, v. 8.
Answer to her relating her dream, (the subject of Satan's filstilo
lusive temptation), v. 94. To her weeping, v. 129. Invites the an-
gel Raphael to his bower, &c. v. 361, Discourses with him, v. 460.
Continued on various subjects, viii. 651. See Raphael. His crea-
tion, and dominion, &c, cver the creatures, ix. 524. Prohibited the
tree of knowledge, vii. 542, viii. 332. Account of himself, and
objects about him, &c. on his creation, vii: 253. Of his first
view of the Divine Presence, instalation in Paradile, &c. viii. 311.
Speech to God thereon, and on his folitude there, viii. 357. Re-
ply, o God's answer, viii. 379. Sleep on the formation of Eve de-
fcribed, viii. 451. His first view.of her, viii. 481. Passion for her,
viii, 521, Valediction to Raphael, viii. 644. Discourse with Evé.
preceding the temptation on Satan's fubtilty, and the means to
ref.it it, &c.) ix. 205–384. Care, and fears for her in absenc,
ix, 838. Mee s ber iciuming with the forbidden fruit, ix, 847.
Soliloquy lamenting her tranfgreflion, ix. 896. Resolves to die
with her, ix. 907. Speech to her thereon, ix.921. Eats the for.
bidden fruit, ix. 996. Incites her to carnal fruition (the first ef-
fect of i), ix. 1011, 1036. The place, &c described, ix, 1037.
Afier ipeech to her on their fall and nakedness, ix, 1067. Ano-
ther, charging her as the aggreffor, ix, 1132. Reply to her answer,
(recrimirates her affected self-sufficiency, &c.) ix. 1162. Anwer
iu God (the Son) calling him to judgement, *. 115. Reply to tim,
(accuses Eve), x. 124. The sentence pronounced on him, x. 197.
Soliloquy thereon, x. 720. Continued, x. 854. Wilhes for dis
diffolution, x. 746, 771. Reflections on the immortality of the
foul, &c. X. 782, Repulsory speech to Eve attempting to consolate
him, x. 866. Relents towards her, x. 937. Reply to her, (ac-
curing herself as the first in tranfgreflion), x. 947. Answer, (to
her reply advising to die by their own hands), x, 1013. Resolves
the contrary, (submission to God's will, and repentance), X. 10.8.
Speech to Eve (on the efficacy of prayer, &c.), xi. 140.
her the mo her of mankind, xi. 158. Speech to her on the o.
mens preceding their expulsion from Paradise, xi. 193. On the
view of Michael approaching, xi. 226. Behaviour on receiving
the message, xi, 263. Speech to Michael therean, xi. 295. Re-
lignation, xi. 370. Discourse with Michael, discovering to him
in vifon what thould happen in the world till the food, xi. 450-
867. Discourse with him, relating what should happen to the ge-
neral resurrection, xii. 61-551. General reply to him, (resolu.
lutions of future obedience, dependence on God's providence, &c.) |
xii. 552. See Eve, Michael, Raphael, Similies,
Adonis, a river in Syria, i. 450.
Adramelech and Asmadia (fallen angels) wcunded, and put to flight,
Air firit clouded on Adam's fall, xi, 182.
Allusions. Ste Similies.
Ainaraat, a flower transplanted from Paradise to heaven, iii. 352.
Ambition censured, ii. 482. A cau’e of Satan's fall, iv, 86.
Angels (celestial) obey God of choice, not necessity, v. 535., Im-
batiled against Satan, and the fallen angels, vi. 13. Their ligoal,
and march, v. 56. Signal to engage, and engagement, vi. 202.
Prevail, vi 36. Disposition to re-engage, -vi. 524. Retreat, vi.
597. Rally again, and renew the fight, vi. 634. The song on
the creation, vii. 180, 252, 557, 602. On its diffolution and re•
novation. *. 641. Guardians of Paradise, their parade, watches,
&c. iv. 778, 782, 861, 977, V. 287. Re-ascent to heaven on
Adam's fall, xi. 17. Appointed to expel Adam, &c. from Para.
cise, ai, 127 De cent ihcie, vii. 208. Poft afligned, viii. 220.
March, polt-fing it, and expelling him, &c. xii. 626. See God
the father and S.1, Similiis. Guardians of mankind, ix. 152.
Angels (fallen) their after-state, i. 50, 339. Numbers, i. 331. v.
743. Names, i. 374. Various pursuits, &c. ii. 528. Loss sup-
plied by man's creation, iii. 677. Imbatiled against the angels
celestial, vi. 79. Engagement, vi. 202. Defeat, vi. 386. Dil-
position to re-engage, vi. 507. Their artillery,-cannon, &c. vi.
572. Prevail, vi. 597. Entire defeat, and expu lion from heaven,
VI. 831-877. Transformed to serpents, x. 519. Further pu-
nished with an illusion of the forbidden fruit, x. 547. Both an-
mually coniinued, x. 575. See Satan, Similies.
Apoftles, their miffion, &c. xii. 439. Gift of the Holy Ghost, xii.
497. Succefors (wolves, falle teachers, &c.) described, xii. 508.
Argument of the psem, i. 1. ix. I.
Ariel, Arioch, and Ramiel, (fallen angels) vanquished, vi. 369.
Ark, its building by Noah, described, xi. 728. See Noah.
Ark of the covenant described, xii. 249.
Ashtaro h and Baalim (fallen angels), i. 422.
Astoreth, or Astarte, (a fallen angel), i. 438.
Author's hymn on conjugal love, iv. 750. To light, iii. 1. Invn.
cations, i.6. iii. 61. vii. 1. xi. 20. Reflection, in prospect of
Adam's fall, &c. ii. 380. On Satan's premeditated attempt, iv.
On Eve's parting with Adam preceding it, ix. 404. On
their nakedness a ter the fall, ix, 1114. On his own blindness,
&c. iii. 22.
Azazel (a fallen angel) Satan's standard-bearer, i. 534.
Baalim and Ashtaroth (fallen angels) i. 422.
Babel, the city and tower, built by Nimrod, &c. xii. 38. The con-
fusion of languages there described, xii. 48.
Baptism, what the sign of, xii. 442.
Baptized, the Holy Ghost given primitively to all such, xii. 497.
Bartle, &c between the celestial and fallen angels (God the Son
concluding it) des ribed, vi. 202--877. See Angels celeftial and
Beasts, part of the sixth day's creation, described, vii. 453.
Beelzebub (a fillen angel), i. 79. Described, ii. 299. His answer
to Satan's first speech after their fall, i. 128. To his second, i.
272. Speech in council, called by Satan thereon, ii. 310. Pro-
motes an attempt on the world, ii. 345.
Belial (a fallen'angel), i. 295. Described, ii, 108. His speech in
council, ii. 119. To Satan on their advantage gained in the run
engagement with the celestial angels, vi. 620.
Birds, part of the fifth day's creation, described, vii. 417.
Blafts, an effect of Adam's fall, x. 692.
Bridge from hell-gates to the world over Chaus, the work, &c. deo
scribed, x, 293
Cain ard Abel, their story related, xi. 429.
Chani's story, xii. 101.
Chince, the common notion of it explcde, ii. 909.
Claos deferibed, üi. 8go. vii. 210. Its court, ii. 959. Answer to
Satan's speech there, ii. 989. Bounds fince the angels fall, the
creation, &c. ii. 998. State before it, v. 577. A bridge made
over it from hell gate to the world, at Adam's fall, *. 282. See
Charity, its praises, &c. xii. 576–587.
Chemos, or Peor, (a fallen angel), i. 406, 412.
Cherubim. See Angels celestial, &c. Similies.
Church, hirelings in it, compared to the Devil in Paradise, iv. 792.
Cocytus, a siver of hell, li. 579.
Comparisons. See Similies.
Conjugal love, the praises, &c. of it, iv. 750. Distinguished from
an amour, iv. 765. Confifts in reason, not passion, viii. 586.
Deined, viii. 589. Expressed (on the woman's part) in practice,
viii. 50. in words, xii. 615. A reciprocal duty of it, ix. 357.
Conjugal obedience, woman's happines:, &c. iv. 635.
Conjugal union, the reason and obligations of it, viii. 494. ix. 955-
Conscience, God's umpire in man, iii. 194. The terrours of it,
iv. 23. x. 342. Laws to force it censured, xii. 515. No infalli-
bility against it, xii. 529.
Constellations, their appearances, motion, &c, iii. 577.
Creation, the universal, described, iii. 708. vii. 221.
Creatures animal in Paradise, described, iv. 340. Have degrees of
knowledge and reason, viii. 369. Their discord, an effect of A.
dam's fall, x. 707. Entry of Noali's ark, xi. 733.
Dagon (a fallen argel), i. 457.
Damned, the viciffitude of their torments described, ii. 596.
David, his throne, why eternal, xii. 320.
Day and night in heaven described, vi. 4.
Death and Sin, their station at hell.gates before Adam's fall, ii, 648.
Their union, x. 249. Make a bridge from thence over Chars to
the world, after it, x, 282. Meet Satan in his return to hell
from thence, x. 326. Their journey thither, and influences de
fcribed, x. 410. Arrival at Paradise, x. 585: After conduct in
the world, x. 610. See Similies.
Dea h described, ii. 666. Answer to Satan at hell.gates, ii. 688.
The son of Satan and Sin, ii. 727. Its birth, ii. 777. Answer to
Sin on Adam's fall, x. 264. To Sin's speech in Paradise, X. 596.
Death natural, the causes and variety of it described, xi. 466—493.
More terrible in view ihan reality, xi. 469. Of the faithful, :
sleep to immortality, xii. 425-434. The gate of life, xii. 571.
Deith eternal considered, x. 808.
Deluge universal. See Noah.
Despair, the degrees and colours of it, iv. 108.
Devils, why eternally excluded from grace, iii. 129.
Discord cenfurcd, ii. 456. Daughter of Sin, &c, x. 707.