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Book Line To Death on their arrival at Paradise

591 Reply to Death's answer

X. 602

Vide Similies.
Sin original, lust carnal the first effect of it

ix. 1011
Its solace
Slavery, original of it the inordinancy of

the Passions
The justice of it, as consequential on devia
ating from virtue, &c.

xii.

97 Soul, its faculties Its immortality discussed

i.

423 Spirits, their essence, and power

Their visible existence on earth
The elect, their hymn to God the Father,
and Son

iii.

372

404 Material, &c. faculties in spirits

433 Vital, animal, and intellectual spirits progressive from material nutrition

482 Their existence in life, intellectual shape, &c. defined

vi.

344 Spring perpetual within the tropics, but for Adam's fall

678 Stars, their places, appearances, &c.

iii.

565 Fed by the air

417
Part of the fourth day's creation
Receive their light from the sun

Vide Similies.
Stars and moon, their courses, influences, &c. iv. 661
Storms, &c, an effect of Adam's fall

xi. 695
Styx, a river of hell
Sun, its appearance, place and power

iii. 571 Brightness described

iii. 591, Orb fed by exhalations from the grosser

423 Part of the fourth day's creation

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The fountain of light

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vii. 364

iv. 352
iv. 539
iv. 590

Setting described

viii. 630

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X. 651

Its annual course, producing intense heat and

cold, an of Adam's fall
Its oblique motion from the equinoctial, from
the same cause

Vide Similies.

x. 671

T.

xi. 530

X.

i. 510
xii. 511

Teachers (false) of the Christian religion de-
scribed

xii. 508
Temperance, the effect of it long life
Thammuz or Adonis (a fallen Angel)

i. 446
Thunder, an effect of Adam's fall

666
Time, respecting cternity, defined

v. 580
Titan, (a fallen Angel)
Tradition censured
Tree of life

Vide Life.
Of knowledge

Vide Knowledge.
Truth, suffering for it, fortitude, &c.

xii. 569
Tyranny, Nimrod's described, and censured

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Origin of it, the inordinancy of the passions xii.

86
No excuse of the tyrant (though just in
consequence of the subject)

xii.

95
Tyrants, their plea for conquest, &c. com-
pared with Satan's first attempt on man

iv. 390
Twilight described

iv. 598
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Vacuity, God's Omnipresence an argument

against it

vii. 268

xii.

98

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Valour, (or heroic virtue) the common no-
tion of it censured

xi. 688
Virtue, &c. with loss of freedom degenerates xi. 797

Reason, and virtue the same
Union conjugal

Vide Conjugal union.
Uriel (the Angel of the sun)

iii. 622
His answer to Satan

iii. 694
Directs him to the world

iii.

724
And Paradise

jii.

733
Descends thither himself, and informs

Gabriel of Satan's predescent
Encounters Adramelec, (a fallen Angel)
wounds, and puts him to flight

vi. 363

Vide Similies,
Uzziel (a guardian Angel of Paradise)

iv. 782

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War, property the original of it

xi.

638
The corruptions of peace equal to its wastes xi. 783
Waters separated from the earth, part of
the third day's creation

vii. 281

Vide Similies.
Wife, her duty in danger, distress, &c. xi.

290
Wind, the tempestuous power of it an
effect of Adam's fall

695
Wisdom, the sum of it, the love, &c. of God xii. 575
Wolves, (or false teachers) the Apostles suc-
cessors, described

xii.

507
Woman, conjugal obedience her happiness, &c. iv. 635
Man's love towards her, how consistent
with his superiority

viii. 567
Two of her loveliest qualities

ix.

232
The effect of leaving her to her own will

145
His superiority over her, given him by God

195

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A novelty, defect of nature, &c. (sarcastically) x. 888
The advantage of her social, over her artificial
accomplishments

xi. 614
Every way the cause of man's misery (sarcas-
tically)

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Works, with faith in Christ, eternal life
World, the convex of its outermost orb described iii.
By whom possest (sarcastically)

463
The creation of the world, committed by
God the Father to God the Son

vii. 163
Described

vii. 218
Situation of it, respecting heaven and hell

Vide Earth,

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320

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Zephon (a guardian Angel of Paradise)

iv. 788
Reprehends Satan's first attempt on Eve there iv. 823

Reply to his answer
Zophiel (a Cherub)
Alarms the celestial army, on the approach

of Satan's to renew the battle

iv. 834
vi. 535

vi. 537

N. B. The Verbal Index, alluded to in NEWTON's Preface,
although at first intended to have been inserted, was, on
more mature consideration, conceived to be unnecessary
for a Pocket Edition, and is therefore omitied.

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