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Satan,

plans revenge, 11-12.
second speech to Beëlzebub,

11-12.
description of, 13, 28–29.
soliloquy of, 15.
oshield of, 16, 99.
spear of, 17.
first speech to fallen angels,

18.
remorse of, 29.
second speech to fallen angels,

30-31.
speech in Pandemonium

41-42.
speech volunteering, 59.
starts on his journey,

66.
flight described, 66.
meeting with Sin and Death,

67–75.
encounter with Death, 69.
his death foretold, 70.
reply to Sin, 70–71.
susceptible of death, 73,

114.
promises victims to Sin and

Death, 74.
views chaos from hell-gates,

77.
ponders upon his voyage, 77.
escapes from Hell, 77.
appearance flying, 66, 77.

on, 93.

o reign worth ambition, 15, 99.
o removed as far, 8, 96.
° Rhene, 19, 101.
rhyme (rime), Milton's opinion

of, 1-2.
rivers, infernal, 64, 111.
"Rumor, 79, 115.

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Samson Agonistes, published,

XV.
Satan,

cause of fall, xvii, 6.
speech to Beëlzebub, 8-10.
determination of, 9-10.

Sin,

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Satan,
o difficulties of journey, 78, bridge built by, 81.
81, 116.

° Sins (see Seven Deadly Sins).
journey through chaos, xx-° Sion hill, 5, 94.
xxi, 77–82.

oslip, 12, 97.
arrives at pavilion of Chaos, small infantry (pygmies), 28,
78.

105.
speech to powers of chaos, 79. ° Solomon (see uxorious king),
flight to World, 77-82.

23, 104.
alights on World, 82. ° sounding alchemy, 61, 110.
enters World, xxi.

spear of Satan described, 17.
tempts Eve, xxii.

°Spirit, Holy, 6, 95.
Scripture references, note on, stairway, celestial, xxi.
93.

ostrongest and fiercest (Mo-
oscummed the bullion dross, loch), 42, 108.
33, 106.

° Stygian council, 61, 110.
°seraph, 18, 101.

Stygian flood, 14, 99.
seraphim, 10, 96.

° Styx (see infernal rivers), 64,
° Serbonian bog, 64, 111.

111.
Serpent, infernal, 6, 95.

sublimed, 14, 99.
Seven Deadly Sins, o such place, 8, 96.
note on Moloch, 103.

° sulphur, ever-burning, 8, 96.
° Siloa's brook, 5, 94.

suspense (adj.), 58, 110.
° Sin, origin of, 71. (See “left °Symplegades (see Argo), 81,
side,” 113.)

116.
description of, 67.

osyrtis, boggy, 78, 115.
speech to Satan, 70.
promised victims by Satan, °Tantalus, 65, 111.
73–74.

• Tarsus, 13, 98.
possesses key of Hell, 74.

Tartarean, 43, 108.
cause of war in Heaven, 71-° temple on opprobrious bill,
72.

21, 103.

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temptation of Adam and Eve, utter darkness, 8, 96.
xxii.

ouxorious king, 23, 104.
Tennyson, cited, 1.
°Ternate, 66, 112.

Valdarno, 17, 100.
• Thammuz, 23, 104.

° Vallombrosa, 17, 100.
othralls, 11, 97.

• Vandals (see multitude), 19,
othunder (of the Almighty), 101.
xvii, 9, 12, 96.

o view appear, in sudden, 76,
o thunderbolts, linked, 18, 101. 114.
• Tidore, 66, 112.

° void profound, 58, 110.
Titan, 25, 105.
Titanian, 13, 97.

° wide Ethiopian to the Cape,
• Trinacrian shore, 67, 112.

66, 112.
o troubled sky, 62, 110.

o witnessed, 7, 95.
"Tuscan artist (Galileo), 16, Woodcock, Katherine, XV.
99.

Wordsworth, cited, 1.
°Typhæan, 62, 110.

World, creation of, xix-xx.
"Typhon, 13, 97.

description according to

Ptolemaic system, xix-xx.
universe in P. L., vertical sec- Chart of, Ptolemaic system,

tions of, xxv, xxvii, and xxxiii.
xxxi.

Satan's journey to, xx-xxi,
description of, xvi-xxii.

77–82.
• Uther's son (King Arthur), Satan's entrance into, xxi.

28, 106.
outmost orb (Primum Mobile), loyelling monsters (hell.
81, 116.

hounds), 72, 113.

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