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ii. 533
ii. 543

Their after various pursuits, passions, &c.
-to the Olympic, or Pythian games
-To the phænomena of armies in the clouds
-To Hercules on Octa

Their numbers composing Satan's army
against the celestials-to the stars
-To the dew drops

Their applause of Satan's reply to Abdiel
-to the sound of deep waters
Thronged together after their entire defeat
by God the Sonto a herd of goats
Their retreat to Pandemonium from the
frontiers of hell, during Satan's expe-
dition to the world-to the Tartars
flight before the Russ-and the Per-
sian from the Turk-wasting the in-
termediate country
Transformation to serpents to those

526

558

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 Li-
byan quicksands

x. 561

ii. 900

ii.

920

Confusion there to storming a town
To heaven and earth (supposed) falling, &c. ii. 924
Death, and Sin, their making a bridge over

X. 289

chaos to the world-to polar winds,
driving the ice together in the (sup-(
posed) north-east passage
The work to Neptune's fixing the isle of

Delos

-To Xerxes making a bridge over the
Hellespont

Death's instinct of Adam's fall-

-to the

flight of birds of prey to the field of battle

Y. 745

V.

746

v. 872

vi. 856

X.

X.

X.

X.

431

293

x. 306

X. 273

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His and Satan's frowns on each other-to
two thunder clouds meeting
Eve-her hair-to the vine's tendrils
Her looks-to the first blush of morning
Herself to Pandora

-To a wood-nymph, or Venus
-To a Dryad, or Delia (Diana)
-To Pales or Pomona

To Ceres

Her temptation by Satan-alluded to by the
story of Ophion and Eurynome
Flaming sword in Paradise, on Adam's and
Eve's expulsion thence-to a comet
Its heat, &c.to the Libyan air
Hell-to mount Etna (in Sicily)

To the bog or lake Serbonis (in Palestine)
Knowledge, the desires of it-to a thirst un-
allayed, increasing

Michael, his combat with Satanto two
Planets (the frame of nature supposed,(
dissolved) rushing in opposition to
each other

Appearance to expel Adam, &c. from
Paradise-to a man in a military vest,

&c.

Pandemonium (or the court of hell) its sud-
den rise to an exhalation

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Paradise, the air of it-to the effluvia from
Arabia Felix, at sea

Its self to the field of Enna (in Sicily)
To the grove of Daphne, &c. (in Thessaly)
-To the isle of Nysa, (where Bacchus
was brought up)

To mount Amara (in Ethiopia)

To the gardens of Adonis
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-Of Solomon

-to

Raphael, his view of the world in his de-
scent from Heaven to Paradise -
that of the moon through an optic glass)
Of Delos or Samos from the Cyclades (isles) v.

Himself to a Phoenix

v.

V.

-To Mercury

Satan-to Briareus, Typhon and the Levi-

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athan

To the sun rising in a mist

-In eclipse

-To the longest train of a comet

-To mount Teneriff or Atlas

His shield-to the moon

His spear-to a mast
His standard-to a meteor

The phænomenon of his ascent to hell
gates-to a fleet in the offing

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His, and Death's frowns on each other-
to two thunder clouds meeting
Flight to the court of Chaos-to a Gry-
phon's in the wilderness

Towards heaven-to (the ship) Argo
through the Thracian Bosophorus
-To Ulysses's voyage between Scylla and
Charybdis

Arrival at light, &c to a weather-beaten
vessel towards port

On the convex of the world's outermost orb
-to a vulture seeking his prey
First view of the world-

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ix.

to a scout's

casual prospect (after a dangerous jour-
ney) of a new country or city

Of the stars orbs-to the Hesperian
gardens, &c.

V. 261

i.

i.

i.

ii.

442

ii.

707

iv. 985

i. 284

i.

292

i. 337

ii. 636

ii.

264

271

285

199

201

iii.

594

596

iii.

943

i. 1016

714

ii. 1019

ii. 1043

435

543

iii. 568

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Appearance in the sun's orb-to a spot
in it differing from all astronomical
observations

Meditation on his intended attempt on the
world-to a gun recoiling
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 Ithuriel there-to gunpowder
taking fire

Reprehended by Zephon—to a steed reined,
in a fret

His army against the celestials in number
to the stars

-To the dew drops

Their applause of his reply to Abdiel-to
the sound of deep waters
Himself recoiling on a blow received from
Michael-to a mountain sinking by an
earthquake

His combat with Michael-to two Pla-
nets (the frame of nature, supposed
dissolved) rushing in opposition to each

other

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View (in the serpent) of Paradise and
Eve there to a citizen's taking the
air in the country from his home con-
finement

Shape (transformed to a serpent) on his)
return to hell after the temptation-to
the serpent Python

His tempting Eve-alluded to by the story
of Ophion and Eurynome

Serpent, that entered by Satan-to those
Hermione and Cadmus were trans-
formed to

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To that assumed by Esculapius
-To those by Jupiter Ammon and Ca-

potilinus

His motion, wreathings, &c.-to the work-
ing of a ship in shifting winds, &c.
His crest (preceding Eve to the forbidden
Tree) to an exhalation flaming (Will.
i'th'wisp)

His address introducing the temptation
-to that of an orator of the Athe-
nian or Roman Commonwealth
Sin, her middle parts-to the (supposed)
Dogs of Scylla

-Of the night-hag

Spears to ears of corn ripe for reaping
Stars, their orbs-to the Hesperian gardens,

&c.

Sun, his course turned at Adam's, &c. eat-
ing the forbidden fruit-as at the
the
banquet of Thyestes

Uriel, his descent from the sun on Paradise
-to a shooting star

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

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Sin and Death

Sin described

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- To armies forming themselves on
sound of trumpet

vii.

Vide Death and Sin.

ii.

Her speech to Satan, and Death, at Hell-gates ii.
Reply to Satan

ii.

Her birth

513

iv. 555

.vii.

Reply to his answer

Opens hell-gates to him

Speech to Death on Adam's fall
To Satan, (meeting him returning to hell) on
her and Death's journey to the world after it x.

290

294

650

727

747

ii.

752

ii. 850
ii. 871

X.

235

354

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