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Baptiz'd, the Holy Ghost given primi- } P. 373. 1. 497

tively to all such
Battel, &c. between the Celestial,
and Falln Angels, (God the

2 from p. 172. 1. 202

to p.195. 1 877 Son corcluding it) describ'd

Vide Angels Cæleftial, and Fall'n. Beasts, part of the sixth Day's Creation, 2 describ'd

Śp. 213. 1.453 Belzebub, (a falln Angel)

p. s. l. 79 Described

P. 41. I. 299 His Answer to Satan's first Speech? after their Fall

-P. 7. 1. 128 To his Second

p. 12. 1. 272 Speech in Council, call’dby Satan thereon P. 42. l. 310

Promotes an Attempt on the World P. 43. 1. 345 Belial, (a fall’n Angel)

p.19. 1. 290 Describd

P:35. l. 16
His Speech in Council
To Satan on their Advantage gainda

in the reingagement with the Cæle p. 186. I. 620
stial Angels

s Birds, part of the fifth Day's Creation, Defcril'd

p.211. 1. 417 Blafts, an EffeEt of Adam's Fall

p. 310. 1. 692 Bridge from Hell Gates to the World over 2 Chaos, the work, &c. defcrib'd JP. 296. 1.293

с Cain and Abel, their Story related P. 339. l. 429 Cham's Story

P. 360, 1.807 Chance, tbe common Notion of it, exploded p. 62. l. you Chaos describid

S p.61. 1.890

{ p. 205. 1. 210 It's Court

P. 63. 1.959 Answer to Satan's Speech there P. 64. l. 989

tion, &c. State before it

p. IS2. 1. 577 A Bridge made over it from Hell-2 Gates to the World, at Adam's Fall, $

P.296. 1. 282

Vide Similies.
Charity, its Praises, &c. P: 376. 1. 576to 1.589
Chemos, or Pcor (a falln Angel) p. 16. 1.406,412
Cherubim

Vide Angels Coeleftial.

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Church, Hirlings in its compard to the }p.103. 1. 192

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1. 765

1.589

CorijeObedience, Woman's Hapşiness;}

l. 529.

Cocytus, a River of Hell

P: SI. 1.579
Comparisons

Vide Similies.
Conjugal Love, the Praises, &c. of it. P. 1,22. 1.750

Distinguish'd from an Amour
consists in Reason, not Passion p. 240. 1.586
Defin'd
Exprejt (on the Woman's part) in practice p. 222. 1. so
In törd's

P. 377. 1. OIS
A recisrecal Duty of it

p. 256. 1.357
&c.

-P. 118. 1.635
Conjugal Union, the Reason and Obli- SP: 237. 1, 494

p. 276. 1.955
gations of it

P 277. 1.961
Conscience, God's Umpire in Man P. 76.1.194
The Terrors of it

Sp.97. 1. 23

22.3is. I. 842
Laws to force it, Censur’d

p. 374. 1. sas
N. Infallability against it
Constellations

, their Appearances, Ho-}p.89. 1.577
tion, &c.
Creation, the Universal, describ'd

Sp. 93. 1.708

2p.225. 1.225
Creatures Animal in Paradise, defcrib'd p. 108. 1.340
Have Degrees of Knowledge, and
Reason

}p. 233. 1. 369
Their Discord, an Effe&t of Adam's Fall 2.310. l. 707
'Entry of Noah's Ark

P.34%. 1. 733

D
Dagon (a falln Angel)

p. 18. 1.
Damu'd, the Vicissitudes of their Tor-2
mints defcrib'd

P.SI. 1.596
David, his Throne why Eternal p. 367. I. 320
Day and Night in Heav'n, describ'd P. 136. 1.4
Death, and Sin, their Station at Hell?

Gates before Adam's Fall
Their Union

P.295. 1. 249
Make a

Bridge from thence over
Chaos to the World, after it

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Mest Satan in-his return to Hell from 3 p.297. 1736

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Theater they thither, and Influences}

P.360. l.416
Arrival at Paradise

P. 306. 1.985
After-Condret in the World

P. 307. 1. 610

Vide Similies.
Death describid

p. 54. 1. 666
Answer to Satan at Hill Gates

1. 688
The Son of Satan and Sin

p.sk. 1.727
Its Birth

P. 57. 1. 777
Answer to Sin on Adam's Fall

P. 295. 1. 214
To Sin's Speech in Paradise

P: 306. 1.596

Vide Similies,
Death Natural, the Causes, and s from p. 345. 1.466
Variety of it, Described 2

to p. 341. 1.493
More terrible in view ihan reality P. 347. 1. 409
Of the Faith, ul a Sleep to Immarta-S p. 371. 1. 425

lity
The Gate of Life

P.376. 1.571
Deatb Eternal considered

P:313. 1.80
Deluge Universal

Vide Noah
Despair, the Degrees and Colours of it p. ico. I. 102. 114
Devils, whyEternally excluded from Grace P. 74. l. 129
Discord cenfurid

P. 48. 1.496
Daughter of Sin, &c.

P. 318. 1.707
Dominion absolute in Man, over Men, an
Vsurpation

}p.359.1.64
Dreams Illusive, &c. their Source

P. 123. 1.799
Natural

P. 136. I. ile
Living

P: 377. 1.611
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Eagle, aBird of Prey;aneffect of Adam's Fall p. 331. 1.135
Earth and Heaven

Vide Heaven and Earth

Earth, it's General Creation describ'd {P: 285.1,725

p205. 1.231
* The Shadow of Heaven

p. 152. 1.574
Separated from the Waters, part of the
Third Day's Creation, describ'd

$P. 2.7. 1. 276
The Fruits of it, &c.

P. 208. 1. 313
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lations thereon ensur'd
It's praises

p. 248, 1.99

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p. 248. 1.107
Destruction by Noah's Flord defcrib'd p. 343. 1. 743
Reftitution after it

P:353. 1. $52

sin universal Paradise at the Melial's }p. 372. 1. 463

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Vide World.
Eden, the Country bounded

p. 104. 1.219
Eden, the Garden of it.

Vide Paradise.
Egypt, the Plagues of it defcrib'd P. 362, l. 173
Election asserted

p. 76. 1. 183
Elements, &c. Subfist on each other P. 146. 1.415
Inoch, his Story and Translation

SP. 347. 1. 664

2P. 348. 1. 700

Vide Adam and Eve.
Eve and Adam

Vide Innocence.
Vide Similies.

p. 120. 1.712
p. 145, 1.379
P.236. l. 470
p. 237. I.482

p. 239. I. 546
Eve particularly defcribd, Characte-

p. 240. I. 596

p. 257. I. 386
riz'd, &c.

P. 259. 1. 431
P.260. l. 457
P. 261. l. 489
P. 262. l. 538

p. 265. l. 603

Lp.274. l. 896
Answer to Adam's Discourse on the
Prohibition of the Tree of Knomo-} p.
ledge

} P. III. 1.440
Recounts her firft View of the Creation,

Adam, C.
Answer te him at Night
To him making her (relates her Dream

P.118. I. 635
the Subject of Satan's first Illufive p. 133. 1. 27
Temptation)
Weeping deferib'd
Attending the Entertainment of Raphael p. 147. 1:443

P. 137. I. 129
Her formation from Adam
Behaviour on View of hima, &c

P. 236. l. 460
p. 237, 1. soo

1. 449

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1.745.

1. 795

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Discourse with him preceding 2

the Temptation (ste preva- from p. 251. 1. 205 ling on her own Sufficiency, to p. 2; 7: 1. 384

and bis Fondness) Answer to Satan (in the Serpent); p. 263. 1.552 The Discourse (Saran Tempoing har

10 Eat she forbidden Fruit; són, Fio p. 269. 1.732

tired Solil0314y before her Earing it fluids and Ents

p. 271. 1 780 Solilngay after it Refolution to Tempt Adam

p. 272. I. 830 Speech to him t'ereon

p. 273. 1. 8; 6 Replyto bis Answer, resolving to die? with her

SP. 277, 1.968 Behaviour therein

p. 278, l. 990 Gives biroz the Fruit Repeats the Trangression with him Is incited by him to carnal fruition ?p.173. 1.1014 (the firft effect of it)

SP.179. 1.1035 The place, &c. described Afwer to him (accüfing her as ?

this Aggresford imputes it to} P. 283.1.1:42 Anfirer to Gud (the Son) calling her ?

Lo Judgment (accuses the Serpent) SD. 242. 1.159 The Sentence pronounced on her P. 293. I. 192 Behaviour, and Speech to Adam'?

Repulse of her, and hir offers of > P. 317. l. 909

Confolation (accuses her self) After-Behaviour thereon

P. 318. 1.937 Reply to his Anfuer (advises to die? ly their own Hands)

52.319. 1. 966 To him, Hailing ler' the Mother of? Mankind

SP. 330. l. 162 Soliloquy, lamenting the threatned Expulsion from Paradise

SP. 333. 1. 268 Speech to him on quitting it ( Affecti- p. 377. 1.612 on, Conjugal Resolutions, and con

Vide Adam. solation on the Promise of the Meffialo

Vide Similies

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