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Pleasure, feosual, censured xi. 603.
Poles, north and fouth, perpetual day under both, but for Adam's ;

fall x. 668, 680.
Prayer, the efficacy of its spirit xi. 5, 14, 146. Unavailable a--

gairft God's absolute decrees xi. 311.
Predeftination defined iii. III.
Priests occasion the first dissension in the Jewish church and state

xii. 353

Protopopeia, on Eve's eating the forbidden fruit ix. 782. On

Adam's ix. 1000.

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Rainbow, its first appearance after Noah's flood xi. 865. Sign of

God's covenant to destroy the world no more by water xi..

895.
Ramiel, · Ariel, and Arioch (fallen angels) vanquished vi.

369.
Raphael, (the archangel,) his descent to Paradise to warn Adam

against his fall. v. 247. His perfon described v. 276. Answer
to Adam's invitation to his bower, and entertainment there v.
371, 404. Salutation of Eye v. 388. Discourse with Adam on ..
various subjects v. from 468. to viii. 651. On the perfection,
variety, and gradual economy of the creation v. from 468. to
343 On obedience, as a duty of choice, not necessity v. from
520. to 543 On the revolt and defeat of the fallen angels v..
from 577. to 897. Thence warns him against Satan's tempta-
tions vi. 893. Vanquishes Afmadai, and puts him to fight vi.
363. On the creation, &c vii. from. 111. 12 649. On the mo-
tion, appearances, and influences of the celestial and terrestrial
bodies viii. fron 15. to 178. . Reply to Adam's account of him-
self on his creation, Gr. viii. -560. Reply to his question con-
cerning love, and the expression of it in spirits celestial viii. 620.-
Advice to Adam at parting, and reafcent to bicaven viii. 630

See Similes.
Reason, and free-will, the fame iv. 95, 108. ix. 350. The chief

faculty of the soul v. ico. The being of the soul, discursive of
men, intuitive of angels v. 486. In animal creatures viii. 369.
The law of nature ix.. 653. Correlative with liberty xii. 83. .

With virtue xii. 97. .
Redemption of man proposed by God the Father iü. 203. Under-

taken by God the Son iii. 227.
Repentance the grace of God iii. 185. Sincere endeavours towards .

it acceptable iii. 191. An act of it X. 1086. Its efficacy xi. .

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Reprobation, the state of it jii. 198.
Reptiles, part of the sixth day's creation, described vii. 475.
Revolt and defeat of the fallen angels v. from 377.80 vi..894..
Rimmon, a fallen angel i. 467.

xii. 449.

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Sabbath, its inftitution, the seventh, after the sixth day's creation

vii. 581. The folemnity of it described vii. 594.
Salvation, not only to the fons of Abraham's loins, but his faith
Satan, (the prince of the fallen angels), his fall from heaven i, 34.

Why so called i. 81. v. 657. Specch to Beelzebub after thcir
fall i. 84. Reply to Beelzebub's answer i. 157. Ascent from
hell i. 192. His stature, looks, &c. described i. 193. iv. 985.
v. 706. Speech to Beelzebub thereon i. 242. His shield de-
scribed i. 284. His spear i. 292. Speech to the other fallen an-
gels i. 315. His standard described i. 531. Speech to the fallen
angels re-imbattled i. 622. Calls a council i, 752. Speech to
them in council ii. I. Undertakes an attempt on the world
(the result of it) ii. 430, 465. Ascent to the gates of hell ii.
629. Specch to Death there ii. 681. The father of Sin and
Death ii. 727. Anfwer to Sin's speech ii. 737. To her reply ii.
817. Flight into Chaos ii. 917. Arrival at the court of Chaos
ii. 951. Speech there ii. 968. Brought Sin and Death first in-
to the world ii. 1024. Ascent to light, &c. ii. 1034. Alights
on the convex of the world's outermost orb iii. 418. View of
the world from the firft ftep to heaven-gate iii. 540. Descent
to it described iii. 361. Stops at the sun ii. 588. Discovers
Uriel, the angel of it, there iji. 621. Transforms himself ta a
cherub iii. 634. Speech to Uriel iii. 654. Deceives him iii.
681. Is directed by him to the world iii. 724. And Paradise
ji. 733. Alights on monnt Niphates iii. 739. Soliloquy, con-
templating the sun iv. 32. The first hypocrite iv. 121. Are
rives at Paradise iv. 131. Sits on the tree of life iv. 194. So-
liloquy on view of Adam and Eve in Paradise iv. 358. De-
scends from the tree of life, and assumes several animal shapes
iv. 395. Liftens to Adam's discourse with Eve on God's pro-
hibition of the tree of knowledge iv. 408. Soliloquy on the sub-
ject of it iv. 505. Resolves then to tempt them to disobedience
iv. 512. First attempt in the assumed shape of a toad, on Eve
asleep iv. 799. Answer to Ithuriel and Zephon, reprehending
him thereon iv. 827. Reply to their answer iv. 851. Answer
to Gabriel iv. 886. Reply to his answer iv. 925. To another
iv. 968. The inauguration of God the Son, the occasion of his
revolt v. 657. Speech to the next subordinate angel of his
party thereon v. 673. The feat of his hierarchy before his fall
described v. 756. Speech to the angels of his hierarchy thereon
v. 772. Reply to Abdiel's answer on his ipeech to the hierarchs.
of his party v. 853. His army described vi. 79. His port and
post there vi. 99. Answer to Abdiel's reply vi. 150.' Battle
between his and the celestial army described vi. from 205 to 38
His prowess in the battle vi. 246. Encounters Michael vi. 253.
Answer to Michael's fpecch thercon vi. 281. The combat describ:
ed vi. 296. Wounded by him vi. 320. Carried off vi. 335.
His army defeated vi. 386. Retreats, and calls a council via
414. Speech in council vi. 418. Reply to Nifroch there vi.
469. Gives the word for renewing the battle vi. 558. Red.
newed by his army, and the second battle described vi. 569,
670. Speech on the celestial army's retreat vi. 608. His ar-
my's entire defeat and expulsion from heaven described vi. frone
831 to 877. Returns from compassing the earth, to Paradise
by night, in a mist, in order to his, temptation ix. 53. His
circuit, &c. described ix. 62. Soliloquy thereon ix. 99. En-
ters the ferpent ix. 182. View (in that shape) of Eve ix. 424.
Soliloquy thereon ix. 473. Behaviour to her ix. 523. Speech ,
to her ix. 532. Reply to her answer ix. 567. The discourse
(his temptation of Eve to eat the forbidden fruit) continued ix.
7.32. Leaves her after eating it ix. 784. His sentence thereon
(virtually) pronounced by God the Son x. 571. Returns to
hell, to avoid his presence in Paradise x. 337., Meets Sin and
Duath upon their journey to the world on Arlam's

, &c. fall x.,
345. Answer to Sin's speech x. 383. Parts with them x. 410.
Ascends his throne at Pandemonium X. 443. Speech to the
fallen angels assembled there x. 459.. Applauded with a hiss x.
504. He and they transformed to ferpents .x. 510. Farther
punished with an illusion of the forbidden, fruit x. 549. Both
annually continued x. 575. Himself (the serpent) dragged in
chains at the ascension of the Messiah xii. 453. Diffolution
(with the world) at his coming to judgment xii, 545. See Si

miles.
Saturn (a fallen angel) i. 512.
Scriptures, how to be understood xii. 511,
Seasons, their changes, respecting each clime, an effe&t of Adam's

fall x. 677.
Serpent deferibed ix. 182. After entered by Satan ix. 495. His

fentence (formally) pronounced by God the Son, as the assum-

ed tempter of Eve x, 163, 175. See Similes.
Sideral blasts, Gc. an cffect of Adam's fall x, 692,
Similes.
Adam and Ere after their fall to the Americans, as first feen

by Coląmbus ix. 1115. Their repentance-to Deucalion
·and Pyrrha's address to seftore the human race after their

flood xi. 8.
Adam caressing Eve-to Jupiter with Juno (May-showers) iv.

499. His address to her sleeping--to Zephyrus breathing on
Flora v. 15. Bower--to Pomona's arbour v. 377, Desires to
know the story of the creation, prior to his own-to thirst un-
allayed, increasing vii. 66. Awaked after carnal fruition, the
forft effect of his fall-to Samson Thorn by Dalilah ix. 1059.
Sorrow on the vision of Noah's Alood-to a father's mourn-
ing his children all destroyed in his view at once xi. 760.

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Angels (celestial, the spears (of the guardians of Paradise)

to ears of corn ripe for reaping iv. 980. 'Their march against
- Satan's army-to that of the birds in Paradise to receive their

names from Adam vi. 72. Their hallelujahs--to the found
of seas x. 642. Appointed to expel Adam, &c. from Para-
dise-their faces to a double Janus (four) xi. 128. Their
eyes-to thofe of Argus xi. 129. Their appearance there to
the angels appearing to Jacob in Mahanaim xi. 213.-Ta
those in Dothan against the king of Affyria xi. 216. Their

motion to an evening milt xii. 628.
Angels (fallen or infernal)- to autumnal leaves i. 302.-To

Aoating sea-sedge after a storm i. 304, Rousing at Satan's
command-to centinels waking from seep on duty i. 331.
Imbattling against the angels celestial to the Egyptian plague
of locusts i. 338.- To the irruptions of the northern barba-
rians i. 351. Their disposition to engage to that of the he-
roes of antiquity i. 549. With them--the greatest armies in
all ages since the creation--pigmies i. 573. Themselves---to .
oaks or pincs blasted i. 612. Their searching, 66. for the
materials of Pandemonium ---to pioneers intrenching, dc. i.
675. Their manner of raising it---to the wind of an organ
i. 705. Assembling thercato--to bees i. 768.---To pigmies i.
780. To fairies i. 781. Their applause of Mammon's speech
in, council--to the hollow wind after a storm ii. 285. Their
rising from council--to thunder afar off ii. 476. Their plea-
fure on the result---to the evening-fun after a foul day.ii. 488.
Their after various pursuits, passions, &c.-- to the Olympick
or Pythian games ii. 530.---To the phenomena of armies in
the clouds iii 533.---To Hercules on Oeta ii. 543. Their
numbers composing Satan's army against the celeftials---to the
Stars v. 745.---To the dew-drops v. 746. Their applause of
Satan's reply to Abdiel ---to the found of decp waters v. 8720
Thronged together after their entire defeat: by God the Son
---to a herd of goats vi. 856. Their retreat to Pandemonium
from the frontiers of hell during Satan's expedition to the world
---to the Tartars Alight before the Russ--and the Persian from
the Turk---Wasting the interinediāte country X. 431. Transfor-
mation to ferpents--to those sprung from the Gorgon's blood,
&c. X. 526. Their appearance on the trec illusive of the for:
bidden fruit---to the snaky hair of Megæra (one of the furies)

X. 558. The fruit---to the apples of Sodom x..561.
Chaos, atoms, their motion---to the Lybian quick-fands ii.

900. Confusion there---to storming a town ü: 920.---To hca-.

ven and earth (supposed) falling, ác. ii. 924.
Death and Sin their making a bridge over Chaos to the world---.

to polar winds, driving ice together in the (supposed) north-
ealt passage X. 289. The work---to Neptune's fixing tke illa

of Delos. X. 293.---To Xerxes making a bridge over the Hel-

lespont x. 306.
Death's instinct of Adam's fall---to the Aight of birds of prey to.

a field of battle x. 273. His and Satan's frowns on each o-

ther---to two thunder-clouds meeting ii. 714,
Eve-- her hair---to the vine's tendrils iv. 305. Her looksu-to
the first blush of morning v. 122. 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

Ntory of Ophion and Eurynome x. 578.
Flaming sword, in Paradise, on Adam and Eve's expulsion,

thence--to a comet xii. 632. Its heat, &c. to the Lybian

air xii. 634.
Hell---to mount Ætpa (in Sicily) i. 230.---To the bog or lake :

Serbonis (in Palestine) ii. 592.
Knowledge the delires of it---to a thirst unallayed, increasing;

vii. 66.
Michael his. combat with Satan--to two planets. (the frame of

nature, supposed, dissolved) rushing in opposition to each o-.
ther vi. 310. Appearance to expel Adam, &c. from Paradise:

-to a man in a military vest, cc. xi. 239.
Pandemonium, or the court of hell, its sudden rise to an ex-.

halation 710.
Paradise, the air of it-.-to the effluvia from Arabia Felix at sea :

iv. 159. Itself---to the field of Enna (in Sicily) iv. 268.-
to the grove of Daphne, Gc. (in Theffaly) iv. 272.---To the
ifle of Nysa where. Bacchus was brought up iv. 275.---To
mount Amara (in Ethiopia) iy. 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.--to that of the moon through an optick glass v..
261. Of Delos,, or Samos, from the Cyclades (illes). v. 264.

Himself--to a phenix v. 271.---To Mercury v. 285
Satan---to Briarcos, Typhon, and the Leviathan i. 199, 201.

..-To the sun rising in a mist i. 594.---In eclipse i. 597.---To
the longest train of a comet ii. 707.---To the mount Teneriff, or
Atlas iv. 985. His shield---to the moon i. 284. His spear
---to a mast i. 292. His Standard--to a meteor i. 337.
The phenomenon of his afcent to hell gates---to a Aeet in
in the offing ii. 636: His, and Death's frowns on each o-
ther---to two thunder-clouds meeting ii. 714. Flight to the
court of Chaos---to a gryphon's in the wilderness ii. 943.
Towards heaven---to (the ship) Argo through the Thracian
Bosphorus i. 1016.---To Ulysses's voyage between Scylla and
Charybdis ii. 1019. Arrival at light, &C.--to a weather-
beaten vessel towards port ii. 1043.---On the convex of the

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