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first illusive temptation) v. 94. To her weeping, v. 129. Invites
the Angel Raphael to his bower, &c. v. 361. Discourse with him,
v. 460. Continued on various subjects, viii. 651. See Ra-
phael. His creation, and dominion, &c. over the creatures, ix.
524. Prohibited the tree of knowledge, vii. 542. viii. 332. Ac-
count of himself, and objects about him, &c. on his creation,
vii.

253 Of his first view of the Divine Presence, in station in
Paradise, &c. viii. 311. Speech to God thereon, and on his so-
litude there, viii. 357. Reply to God's answer, viii. 379. Sleep
on the formation of Eve described, viii. 451. His first view of
her, viii. 481. Passion for her, viii. 521. Valediction to Ra-
phael, viii. 644. Discourse with Eve preceding the temptation
(on Satan's subtilty, and the means to resist it, &c.) ix. 205–384.
Care, and fears for her in absence, ix. 838. Meets her returning
with the forbidden fruit, ix. 847. Soliloquy lamenting her trans-
gression, ix. 896. Resolves to die with her, ix. 907. Speech to
her thereon, ix. 921. Eats the forbidden fruit, ix. 996. In-
cites her to carnal fruition (the first effect of it) ix. 1011, 1016.
The place, &c. described, ix. 1037. After speech to her on
their fall and nakedness, ix. 1067. Another, charging her as the
aggressor, ix. 1132. Reply to her answer (recriminates her
affected self-sufficiency, &c.) ix. 1162. Answer to God (the Son)
calling him to judgment, X. 115. Reply to him (accuses Eve)
X. 124. The sentence pronounced on bim, x. 197. Soliloquy
thereon, x. 720. Continued, x. 854. Wishes for his dissolu-
tion, X. 746, 771. Reflections on the immortality of the soul,
&c. x. 782. Repulsory speech to Eve attempting to consolate him,
x. 866, Relents towards her, x. 937. Reply to her (accusing
herself as the first in transgression) x. 947. Answer to her reply,
advising to die by their own hands, X. 1013. Resolves the con-
trary (submission to God's will, and repentance,) x. 1028.
Speech to Eve (on the efficacy of prayer, &c.) xi. 140. Hails her
the mother of mankind, xi. 158. Speech to her on the omens
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 thereon, xi. 295. Resign-
ation, xi. 370. Discourse with Michael, discovering to him in
vision what should happen in the world till the flood, xi. 450m
867. Discourse with him, relating what should happen to the
general resurrection, xii. 6-551. General reply to him (reso-

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 Asmadai (fallen Angels) wounded, and put to

flight, vi. 365.
Air first clouded on Adam's fall, xi. 182.
Allusions. See Similies.
Amarant, a flower transplanted from Paradise to Heaven, iii. 352.
Ambition censured, ii. 482. A cause of Satan's fall, iv. 86.
Angels (celestial) obey God of choice, not necessity, v. 535. Im-

battled against Satan and the fallen Angels, vi. 15. Their sig.
nal, and march, vi. 60. Signal to engage, and engagement, vi.
202. Prevail, vi. 386. Disposition to re-engage, vi. 524. Re-
treat, vi. 597. Rally again, and renew the fight, vi. 634.
Their song on the creation, vii. 180, 252, 557, 602. On its
dissolution and renovation, X. 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 Paradise, xi. 127. Descent there, vii. 208. Post as-
signed, viii. 220. March possessing it, and expelling him, &c. xii.
626. See God the Father and Son, Similies. Guardians of man-

kind, ix, 152.
Angels (fallen) their after-state, i. 50, 339. Numbers, i. 331.

v. 743. Names, i. 374. Various pursuits, &c. ii. 528. Loss
supplied by man's creation, iï. 677. Imbattled against the Angels

celestial, vi. 79. Engagement, vi. 202. Defeat, vi. 386. Dis-
'position to re-engage, vi. 507. Their artillery,-cannon, &c. vi.

572. Prevail, vi. 597. Entire defeat, and expulsion from Heaven,
vi. 831-877. Transformed to serpents, x. 519. Further pu-
nished with an illusion of the forbidden fruit, x. 547. Both an-

nually continued, x. 575. See Satan, Similies.
Apostles, their mission, &c. xii. 439. Gift of the Holy Ghost, xii.

497. Successors (wolves, false teachers, &c.) described, xii. 508.
Argument of the Poem, i. 1. ix. 1.
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.
Ashtaroth and Baalim (fallen Angels,) i. 422.
Astoreth, or Astarte (a fallen Angel) i. 438.
Author's hymn on conjugal love, iv. 750. To light, ii. 1. Invo-
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cations, i. 6. iii. 61. vii. 1. xi. 20. Reflection in prospect of
Adam's, &c. fall, ii. 380. On Satan's premeditated attempt, iv.
1. On Eve's parting with Adam preceding it, ix. 404. On their
nakedness after the fall, ix. 1114. On his own blindness, &c.

iii. 22.

Azazel (a fallen Angel) Satan's standard-bearer, i. 534.

B.
Baalim and Ashtaroth (fallen Angels,) i. 422.
Babel, the city and tower, built by Nimrod, &c. xii. 38. The

confusion of languages there, described, xii. 48.
Baptism, what the sign of, xii. 442.
Baptized, the Holy Ghost given primitively to all such, xii. 497.
Battle, &c. between the celestial and fallen Angels (God the Son con-

cluding it) described, vi. 202-877. See Angels celestial and

fallen.
Beasts, part of the sixth day's creation, described, vii. 453.
Beelzebub (a fallen 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. 290. Described, ii. 108. His speech in

council, ii. 119. To Satan, on their advantage gained in the re-

engagement with the celestial Angels, vi. 620.
Birds, part of the fifth day's creation, described, vii. 417.
Blasts, an effect of Adam's fall, x. 692.
Bridge from Hell-gates to the world over Chaos, the work, &c.
described, x. 293•

C.
Cain and Abel, their story related, xi. 429.
Cham's story, xii. 101.
Chance, the common notion of it exploded, ii. 909.
Chaos described, ii. 890. vii. 210. Its court, ii. 959. Answer to

Satan's speech there, ii. 989. Bounds since the Angels fall, the
creation, &c. ij. 998. State before it, v. 577. A bridge made
over it from Hell-gates to the world, at Adam's fall, x. 282. See

Similies.
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. 192.
Cocytus, a river of Hell, ii. 579.
Comparisons. See Similies.
Conjugal love, the praises, &c. of it, iv. 750. Distinguished from

an amour, iv. 765. Consists in reason, not passion, viii. 586.
Defined, viii. 589. Expressed (on the woman's part) in prac-

tice, viii. 600. In words, xii. 615. A reciprocal duty of it, ix. 357.
Conjugal obedience, woman's happiness, &c. iv. 635.
Conjugal union, the reasons and obligations of it, viii. 494. ix. 955,

961.
Conscience, God's umpire in Man, ïïi. 194. The terrors of it, iv,

23. x. 842. Laws to force it, censured, xii. 515. No infallibility

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
Adam's tall, x. 707. Entry of Noah's ark, xi. 733.

D.
Dagon (a fallen angel) i. 457.
Damned, the vicissitudes 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 Chaos to
the world, after it, x. 282. Meet Satan in his return to Hell from
thence, x. 326. Their journey thither, and influences described,
X. 410. Arrival at Paradise, x. 585. After-conduct in the world,

See Similies.
Death described, ii. 666. Answer to Satan at Hell-gates, ij. 688:

The Son of Satan and Sin, ii. 727. Its birth, ii. 777. Answer to
Sin on Adam's fall, R. 264. To Sin's speech in Paradise, x. 596.

See Similies,
Death natural, the causes and variety of it, described, xi. 466-493.

More terrible in view than reality, xi. 469. Of the faithful, a

sleep to immortality, xii. 425-434. The gate of life, xii. 571.
Death eternal considered, x. 808.
Deluge universal. See Noah.

x. 610.

Despair, the degrees and colours of it, iv. 108.
Devils, why eternally excluded from grace, iii. 129.
Discord censured, ii. 496. Daughter of Sin, &c. x. 707.
Dominion absolute in man, over men, an usurpation, xii. 64.
Dreams illusive, &c. their source, iv. 799. Natural, v. 110.

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vine, xii. 611.

E.
Eagle, a bird of prey, an effect of Adam's fall, xi. 185.
Earth and Heaven. See Heaven and Earth.
Earth, its general creation described, iii. 715. vii. 231. The sha-

dow of Heaven, v. 574. Separated from the waters, part of the
third day's creation, described, vii. 276. The fruits of it, &c. vii.
313. Its motion, or of the Heavens, speculations thereon cen.
sured, viii. 70. Its praises, ix. 99. The centre of the creation,
ix. 107. Destruction by Noah's flood described, xi. 743. Resti-
tution after it, xii. 852. An universal Paradise at the Messiah's
coming to judgment, xii. 463. See World.
Eden, the country bounded, iv. 210.
Eden, the garden of it. See Paradise.
Egypt, the plagues of it described, xii. 173.
Election asserted, iii. 183.
Elements, &c. subsist on each other, xi. 415.
Enoch, his story and translation, xi. 664, 700.
Eve and Adam. See Adam and Eve, Innocence, Similies.
Eve particularly described, characterized, &c. iv. 712. V. 379. viii.

46, 470, 482, 596. ix. 386, 431, 457, 489, 538, 603, 896. An-
swer to Adam's discourse on the prohibition of the tree of know-
ledge, iv. 440. Recounts her first view of the creation, Adam, &c.
iv. 449. Answer to him at night, iv. 635. To him waking her
(relates her dream, the subject of Satan's first illusive temptation)
v. 27. Weeping described, v. 129. Attending the entertainment
of Raphael, v. 443. Her formation from Adam, viii. 460. Be-
haviour on view of him, &c. viji. 500. Discourse with him pre-
ceding the temptation (she prevailing on her own sufficiency, and
his fondness) ix. 205-384. Answer to Satan (in the serpent)
ix. 552. The discourse (Satan tempting her to eat the for-
bidden fruit) continued, ix. 732. Soliloquy before her eating
it, ix. 745. Plucks and eats, ix. 780. Soliloquy after it, ix.
795. Resolution to tempt Adam, ix, 830. Speech to him there-
on, ix. 856. Reply to his answer, resolving to die with her,

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