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Dominion absolute in man, over men, an ufurpation, xii. 6.1.
Dreams iHufwe, &c, their fource, iv. 799. Natural, v. 116. Di.
vine, xii, 611.
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 ma-
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.
Is motion, or of the heavens, fpeculations thereon con-
Tured, viii. 70. Its praises, ix. 99. The centre of the creation,
ix. 107. Destruction by Noah's food described, xi. 743. Refti-
tution after it, xii. 852. An universal Paradise at the Melliah's
coming to jugement, 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 asie ted, iii. 183.
Elements, &c. fuisist on cach orher, xi. 415. '
Enoch, his fory and translation, xi, 664, 700.
Eve and Adam. See Adam and Eve, Innocence, Similies,
Eve particularly defcribed, characterised, &c. iv. 712. v. 379. viii.
470, 482, 546, 596. ix. 386, 431, 457, 429, 538, 603, 896. An-
fver 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 ber dream, the subject of Satan's first illusive temp-
tation), v. 27. Weeping described, v. 129. Attending the en-
tertainment of Raphael, v. 443. Her formati' n from Adam, viii.
460. Behaviour on view of him, viii. 500. Discourse with him
preceding the temptation, (she prevailing on her own sufficiency,
and his f ndness), ix. 205-384. An'wer to Satan (in the fer.
pent), ix. 552. The di courle (Satan tempting her to eat the
forbdidden iruit) 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 thereon, ix.
856. Reply to his answer,'re olving io die with her, ix. 960.
Behavicur thcreon, ix, cgo. Gives him the fruit, ix. 995. Re-
peats the transgression with himn, ix. 1005. Is incited by him to
carnal fruition (the first effect of it), ix. 1014, 1035. The place
&c. described, ix. 1037: Answer to him (accusing her as the age
gresfor) impetes it to his irdulgence, ix. 1142. Answer to God
(the Son) cailing her to judgement (accuses the serpent), x. 159.
The sentence p:oncunced on her; X. 192, Behaviour and speech
to Adam's iepuse of her, and her offers of confolation (accuies
Aiter behaviour thereon, x. 937. Reply to his
answer (advises to die by their own hands), x. 966. Tohm, hail-
ing lirihe mother of mankind, xi. 162. Solicquy, lamenting
the threatened expulsion from Paradile, xi. 265. Speech to him
on quitting it, (affection, conjugal resolution, and consolation on
the promise of the Mefliah), xii. 010. See Adam, Similies.
Evening described. iv. 598.
Evil-in thought unapproved-blameless, v, 117.
Experience a guide to wisdom, ix. 807.
Faith, unnecessary endeavours to approve it, fufpicious, ix. 1439.
Faith in Christ, with works, eternal life, xii. 420. Laws to force it
censured, xii. 515. No infallibity against it, xii. 529.
Fancy, (a faculty of the soul), its office, v, 100. The cye of the
soul, viii. 460.
Fame, or glory, the common notion of it censured, xi. 688.
Fate, the will of God, vii. 170.
Fig-tree, of which Adam, Eve, &c, made aprons, described, ix.
Firmament, the second day's creation, described. vii. 261.
Fish, part of the fif.h day's creation, described, vii. 391.
Flaming sword in Paradise on Adam's, &c. expulfion thence, de-
scribed, xii. 632. See Simi.is,
Flood universal. See Noah.
Freedom, with the loss of it, virtue, &c. degenerates, xi. 797.
Free grace afferted, iii. 173. Defined, iii. 227.
Free-will asserted, iii. 95. v. 235, 520. viii. 635. ix. 350. x. 43.
Reason, the same, iii. 108. ix. 350. The image of God, viii. 440.
Fruition carnal, the passion of it censured, viii. 579.
Gabriel, the archangel, chief of the guardian angels of Paradise, his
station, &c. described, jv. 443. "Informed by Uriel of Satan's
descent there, iv. 561. Undertakes to detect him, iv. 576. His
charge to Uzziel, Ithuriel, and Zephon, (three other of the guar.
dian angels), thereon, iv. 782. Speech to them, &c. on their ta-
king, and return with him, iv. 866. To Satan thereon, iv. 877.
Reply to his an!wer, iv. 902. To another, iv. 946. To ano-
ther, iv. 1006. App: inted one of the chiefs of the celestial army
against the revolted angels, vi. 45. His prowess, &c. in the bat-
tle, vi. 354.
Glory, or fame, the common notion of it censured, xi. 688.
God the Father contemplating his works, &c. iii. 56. Speech to
God the Son, on Satan's design on the creation, man, &c. iii. 80.
Reply to his answer, iii. 168. Propoles the manner, &c. of
fallen man's redemption, iii. 203. Answer to the Son undertak-
ingi, iii. 274. Decrees his bodily resurrection as God and man,
303. - Hij (the Father's) attributes, &c. iii. 372. Visibly
seen in the Son, iii. 383. vi, 680. Charge to Raphael to wars
Adam against his fall, v. 224. Speech to the whole celiftial be.
rarchy convincd at the inauguration of God the Son, v. 6co.
To the Son on Satan's, &c, revolt thereon, v.719. Army 2-
gainst the revolters described, vi. 15. Speech to Abdiel on his
quitting their party, vi, 29. Appoints Michael and Gabriel chiefs
of the celestial army, vi. 44. Battle, &c. between them and the
revolters described, vi, 202-607. Appoints God the Son to end
it, vi. 630. Chariot (the Father's) defcribed, vi. 749. Speech
to the Son, resol'ing the creation of the world, rii. 139. Com-
mits the work to him, vii. 163. His (the Father's) omnipresence,
vii. 168, 588. Goodness, free, vii. 170. Will, fate, vii. 113-
Institution of the Sabbath (ty God the Father and Son) the feventh
after the fix’days of the creation, vii. 581. The folemnity of it
defiribed, vii. 594. Speech (the Father's) on the guardian angels
return from Paradise upon Adam's, &c, fall, x. 34. Appoinis
the Son judge of it, x. 55. Speech to the celestials on Sin and
Death's entrance into the world thereby, x. 614. Promise of
their dissolution, and renovation of heaven and earth, x. 633.
Charge to the angels toushing the changes in the creation on the
fall, *. 649. Answer to the Son's interceflion on Adam's repen-
tance, xi. 45. Speech to the celeftials convened at his decreeing
his expulsion from Paradife, xi. 84. To Michael thercon, xi.co.
God the Son, at the right hand of the Father, iii. 62. His (ihe Fa-
sher's) essence, &c. iii. 138. His word, &c. iii. 169. vii. 163.
Answer to him on Satan's design on the creation, man, &c. ii.
144. On his proposing the manner, &c. of man's redemption
fi. 227. Undertakes it, iii. 236. Love to men, and filial obedi
ence, iii. 266. The fecand Adam, iii. 285. His merits alone
imputative to man, iii. 290. xii. 406. His resurrection as God
and man decreed, iii. 303. Equal to the Father, iii. 395. His
(the Son's) attributes, iii. 383. Answer to the Father on Satan's,
&c. revolt, vi. 733. The inage of the Father, iij. 383. vi, 680,
736. The Messiah, vi. 718, 883. Anfwer to the Faber, ap-
pointing him to end the battle between the celestial and revolied
angels, vi, 723. Undertakes it, vii. 730. His armour, equipage,
&c. described, vi. 760. Speech to the celestial army, vi. Sco.
Solely attacks the revolters, vi. 824. Entirely defeats them, vi.
838. The action and defeat described, vi, 631-877. Returns
in triumph, vi. 878. His person, equipage, &c. in the work of
the creation described, vij. 192. Realcent to heaven after it, vii.
550, Institution of the Sabbath (by God the Faiher and the Son)
the seventh after the six days creation, vii. 581. The folemnity
of it described, vii. 594. Answer (the Son's) to Adam, on his
folitude in Paradise, vii. 369. To his reply, viii. 398. To ano-
ther (promifes him a confort), viii. 437. Appointed by the Father
judge of Adam's transgression (fall), x. 55. All judgement com-
mitted to him, x. 56. The mercy of it, x. 58. Answer to the
Father thereon, x. 68. Defcent to Eden, x. 85. Call to Adam
there, x, 103. Reply to his answer (accusing Eve), x. 119. To
his reply, X. 144. To Eve (accusing the serpent), x. 157. Sen-
tence pronounced by him on the serpent, X. 163, 175. Explained,
x. 182. On Eve, x, 192. On Adam, x, 197. Clothes them with
fkins, &c. X. 211. Reascent to the Father, and intereflion for
M m 2
them, x. 224. The justice of his sentence, x. 754. His inter-
ceflion on their repentance, xi. 22. See Messiah.
God, purity of adoration more acceptable to him than ritual, iv. 736.
Allgod proceeds from, and ieturns to him, v. 469. To be con
templa:eu in the works of the creation, v. 308. Aêts immedi-
ate, vii. 175. The centre of heaven, ix, 107. His abfolute de-
cree, xi. 311. Omnipresence, goodness, &c. xi. 335. The
fear of him, &c. wiib loss of freedom; degenerates, xi. 797..
Particular presence, xii. 48. - To obey, love, depend on his pro-
vidence, &i. the sum of knowledge, xii. 557. And wisdom, xii.
575. Gospel, how to be understood, xii. 511. Grace of God,
man its object, and devils eternally excluded from it, why, iii, 129.
Man's long renstarce of it alone exclusive, iü. 198. Repentance
a fruit of it, xi. 22. The spirit of it, and liberty, conforts, xii.
525. Grati:ude exerted, a discharge of, its debi, iv. 55.
Gunpowder, guns, &c. the original invention ascribed to the Devil,
vi. 478, 484. Discharge described, si, 584.
Heaven and earth, their final renvation by fire, xi. 898. xii. 547.
Afier-happines: therein, xii. 463, 549.
Haven, the j ys, &c. of it de'cribed, iii, 394. Its gate, iii. 501.
V. 253. Faftige from hence to the world, iji. 526. Its general
creation, iii. 716. Visible, the study of it how nece.Tary, viii. 66.
Speculations of its moticns, or the earth's, censured, viii, 70. How
foluated, re pecting the world and hell, x. 320.
Hell described, i. 60, 228. ii. 537, 618. Its gates, ii. 645. Furt
opened by Sin, ii. 871. How fi:uated, respecting heaven and the
world, x. 322. See Similies.
Hierarchies of heaven, before the revolt of the fallen angels, de
fcribed, v. 579
Hinnom, the valley of, whence called Tophet, and Gehenna, i: 399.
Holy Ghist, its effusion, &c. at the creation, vii. 195. Defcent,
&c, on the apostles, and all baptized, xii. 485. Promised and gia
ven alike to all beievers, xii. 518.
Hospitality, an incitation to it, v: 316.
Hymn to light, iii. 1. To God the Father and Son, iii. 372. On,
conjugal love, iv. 750. On the creation, vii. 180, 252, 557;
Hypocrisy visible to God alone, ii. 682.
Hyp:crites, Satan the firit, iv, 121. Pretenders to 'upernatural que
rity, &c. iv. 744.
Idolatry, the criginal rise of it aligned, i. 364. Of the post-dilu:i..
world, xii. 115.
Jealousy, the lover's hell, v. 449,
Immortality of the scul discussed, x. 782.
Innocence, the state of it described, iv. 312, 492, 738. V. 211,
303, 443, viii. 40, 510.
Intelectual beings, a faculty of them, ii. 146.
Invocations, the author's, i. 6. iii. 57, vii. 1. zi. 20.
Jove, a fallen angel, i. 512.
Ifraelites, the story of their bondage, and deliverance from Egypt,
related, xii, 163. Of the settlement of their civil and sacred eco-
nomy in the wilderncss, xii. 223, Establishment in Canaan, xii.
260. Reafon, use, &c. of their ritual laws, xii. 280. Govern--
ment by judges and kings, xii. 315. Captivily in Babylon, xii.
335. Return from thence, after diffenfions, &c. to the birth of
the Messiah, &c. xii. 345-359.
Ils, a fallen angel, i. 478,
Ithuriel, a guardian angel of Paradise, iv. 788. Detects Satan's first
attempt.on Eve there, iv. 810.
Knowledge of good and evil, the tree of it, how fituated, iv, 220,
ix. 626. Defcribed, ix. 575. Forbidden to Ajam, vii. 542.
viii. 323. Satan's encomium of it, ix. 679. Eve's, ix. 795,
Knowledge, or opinion, the result of reason and fancy, v. 100.
Without restraint, foliy, vii. 126. viii, 188. xii. 561. Of things
neceff:ry, wifjom, viii. 192.
Knowledge of future events, the desire of it reprehended, xi. 770,
Its sum, the love, fear, &c. of God xii. 557. In animal crea?
tures allerted, viii. 369. See Similies.
Leihe, a river of bell, described, ii. 582. Medusa the guard of it,
Leviathan described, i: 201.
Liberty, with the loss of it, virtue, &c. degenerates, xi. 797.
dam's fall the first cause of it, xii. 82.
Liberty the same wi h reason, xii. 83.
Life, the tree of-it described, iv. 21&. Where situated, ix. 69.
Life, long, by temperance, xj. 530. The great rule of it rcipect-
ing itself, xi. 553,
Light, hymn to it, ii. 1. The first day's creation described, vii.
Lightning, how produced, x. 1073:
Limbo, or fools paradise, where, iii. 495.
Lion, a beast of prey, an effect of Adam's fall, xi. 187.
Love, conjugal, its praises, iv. 750. Distinguished from that of an
amour, iv. 763. Love consists in reason, not in paflion, riii. 536,
Defined, viii. 589. In fpirits celestial, the expression of it what,
and how, viii. 620. Smiles, the food of love, ix. 239. Founded
in reason, one end of human life, ix, 241.
Lucifer, Satan why so called, x. 425. See Satan.
Lust carnal, the first effe&t of Adam's, &c. fall, ix. 1011. The fo-
lace of it, ix. 1042,
'Mammon, a fallen angel, i. 678. His speech in the council called
by Sa:an after their fall, 229.
Man fallen the object of grace, why, iii, 130, His long resistance