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of it alone exclusive, ii. 198. Redemption proposed by God the
Father, iji. 203. Undertaken by God the Son, iii. 227. The

Son's merits alone imputative to him, towards it, bow, iii. 290.
Man created to repair the loss of the fallen angels, iii. 667. ix. 143.

His creation (part of the fixth day's,) described, vii. 524 Domi-
nion over the rest, vii. 520. Love to wonian, how consistent with superiority, viii. 567. The whole creation in little, ix. 109.
Angels his gaaruians, ix, 154. His fuperiority over the woman
given him by God, x. 145. 195. Pursuing his appetites, disfi-
gures not Goj's image but his own, xi. 515. Conformity to the
divine will, the true end of his creation, xi. 603. Abfoluřc domi-
z:ion over his brediren (men) an usurpation, xii. 64. Given him
Ry God only over the creatures, xii. 67. Matches conjugal, the

inodern coniurid, viii. 57. Respecting the woman particularly,
Meduld, the guard of Lethe, il. 610.
Mercy, God's first and lart attribute, ii. 132.
Messiab promifed, s. 181. The promise explained, s. 182. xii

. 386.
His birth, &c. and kingdom, described, xii. 358. Why called the
Seed of the woman, xii. 376. Life, ani paffion, xii. 388. ke
farrection, and mison of the apostles, xii. 420. Afcenfion, &c.

aii. 451. Coming to judgment, &c. xii _458, 543.
Michael (the archangel,) appointed one of the chiefs of the celestial

army agaiuft the revolted angels, vi. 44. His prowess, &c. in the
ba:ile, Vi. 250. Speech to Satan encountering him, vi. 202. The
icmba: defcribed, vi. 296. Wounds Satan; vi. 320. The revolt
ers defeated, on the field of battle, vl. 410. Prepares to
expel Adam, &c. from Paradise, xi. 126. His appearance, &c.
Pere described, xi. 238.' Speech to Adam thereon, xi. 251. Re.
Lly 10. Eve, lumenring the threatened expulsion, xi. 286. TO

idin on the fime fubject, xi. 334. Discovers to him (in vifion)
what lionld happen to the time of the flood, xi. 423-867. The
fiory of Cain and Abel, xi. 429. Death, with its caufes, and vas
arty, xi. 465. The state of the autediluvian world; (in common,
xi. $56. The state of it, (civil, or. in propriety;) xi. 638. The
Hory of Enoch, xi. 064. of Noah, xi. 200. The flood, xi.
038. Cod's covenant to destroy the worlul no more by water, -xi.
890, Discovers to him (relatively) what should happen from the
food to the general refu rection, xii. 6-551.' Phe patriarchal
Lovernment, xii. 13. Nimrod's iyranny, xii. 24. The building
and confusion at Babel, xii. 38. The story of Cham, xii. 10)
Of Abraham, and the patriarchs, xii.-113. Of the Israelites bon.
cage in Egypt, and deliverance thence, xii. 163. Of the settle
ment of their civil and sacred aconomy in the wilderness, and
establishment io Canaan, xii. 223. Of their vacious ritual laws,

their reason, vse, &c. xii. 280. Of their government by judges
i and kings, xii: 315. Of their captivity in Babylon, xii. 335. Of

their return from thence, after-dissensions, the birth and king-
dom of the Meffiah, xii. 345=+371. Of bis life, pasijon, refur-
reciion, mission of the apostles, afcenfion, &c. xii. 388—405.


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Of the mission of the Holy Ghost, gift of tongues, miracles, &c.
xii. 483-504. Of the upostles fucceffors, (falte teachers, &c.)
ibeir ambition, innovation, &c. the effects of them, and the Nieis
fiah's coming to judgment, xii. 705-551. His answer to Adam's

resolutions of future obedience, &c. commends, advises liim, and
*. warns him to quit Paradise, xii, 575. Leads him and Eve out,

xii. 637. See Similies.
Afind, the force of it, 1. 254. Discourse, its food, ix. 237.
Moloch, a fallen angel, i. 392. His speech ia the council caled by

Satan after their fall, ii. 51. Defies Gabriel in the battle between
the celestial and revolted angels, vi. 357. Is wounded by him,

and Hies, vi. 360.
Moon, supposed inhabited by translated faints and middle fpirits, iii,

459. Its office, ii. 126. Rising described, iv. 006. The spots
in it, vapours not yet consolidared with its body, v. 418. Part of
the fourth day's creation, vii. 356. Recciscs its light from the

Cun, vii. 375. Motion, alpects, vii. 375.
Moon and itars, their courses, influences, &c. iv. 061
Moon and planets, their noxious motion, aspects, &c. an cifeet of

Adam's fall, x. 056.
Morning in heaven described, vi. 12.
Morning, natural, described, v. 120. ix. 192. xi. 133.
Mofes and Aaron, their mission to Egypt, xii. 270.
Mulciber, a fallen angel, i. 740.

Night in heaven described, v. 642.
Night and day in heaven described, vi. 4.
Night, natural, defcribed, iy, 604-776. v, 38. ix. 48. At Adam's

fall, x. 846.
Nimrod, (the first monarch,) his tyranny described, and censured,
Nifroch, a fallen angel, vi. 446. His answer to Satan in council

after their defeat hy the celestial angels, vi. 451.
Noah, his reprehension of the antediluvian world, xi. 719-808.

Building the ark, &c. xi. ?28. Entering it, with his family, the
creatures, &c. xi. 733. The food described, xi. 738_824. Its
abatement, the ark's resting, &c. xi. 841. His descent from it,

appearance of the rain-bow, &c. xi. 861.
Noon described, v. 300.

Obedience, conjugal, woman's happiness, &c. iv. 635, Of will, not

necessity, only acceptable to God, v. 529.
Old age described, xi. 535.
Omens of Adam's expulsion from Paradise, xi. 182.
Opinion, or knowledge. See Knowledge or opinion.
Orbs celestial and terrestrial, notions about their motions, appear.
ance, &c. doubtful, and not necessary to the improvement of

happiness, &c. viii. 70-178.
Orus, a fallca angel, i. 478. Ofuis, another, ib.



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Pandæmoniam, (the court of hell,) described, i, 710. See Siuilics,
Paradife, or the garden of Eden, deferibed, iv. 131–214. V. 291.

vii. 537. viii. 304. ix. 439. The eastern gate of it, iv. 542.
Guarded by Gabriel, iv. 549. T'he hower of Adam and Eve
there, iv. 690. The parade, watches, &c. of the guardian angels
in Paradise, iv. 778-782-861–977. The hill there, from
whence Michael discovers to Adam in vifion-what should happen
to the time of the flood, ii. 377. Adam and Eve's expulsion from
Paradife described, xii. 625. The Hanir.g fword, &c. guarding
she cast gate of it, xii. 632. The seat of it destroyed by Noah's

flood, xi. 829. See Similies.
Pallions inordinate, an effect of Adam's fall, ix. 1120.
Patriarchal government, from the food to Nimrod's tyranny, xii.

Patriarchs, (Abraham's, &c.) their story, related, xii. 113. :
Peace, the corruptions of it equal to the wastes of war, xi. 783.
Peor or Chemos, a fallen angel, i. 412.
Perfecution in matters fpiritual, the rise of it, xii. 508-533« Its

effects, xii. 533.
Phlegethon, a river of hell, ii. 580.
Plagues of Egypt described, xii, 173.
Planets and moon, their noxious motion, aspects, &c. an effect of

Adam's fall, x. 656.
Pleasure, sensual, ccnsured, xi, 693x
Poles, north and fouth, perpetual day ander both, but for Adam's

fall, x. 663-680.
Prayer, the efficacy of its spirit, xi. 15-14-146., Unavailable a-

gainit God's absolute decrecs, xi, 311.
Predestination definedd, iji, sil.
Priells occasion che first difension in the Jewish church and ftata,

xii. 353

Profopopuia, on Eve's eating thic forbidden fruit, ix. 782. On A.
dam's, ix. 1007.

Rain-bow, its first appearance after Noah's flood, xi 865. Sign of

God's covenant to destroy the world no more by water, xi. 895:
Ramiel, Ariel, and Arioch, (fallen angels,) vanquished, vi. 369.
Raphael, (the archaugel,) his descent to Paradise to warn Adam as

gainst his fall, v. 247. His person described, v. 270. Answer to
Adam's invitation to his bower, and entertainment there, v. 371.

Salutation of Eve, v. 388. Discourse with Adam on yit
rious subjects, v. 404. viii. 651. On the perfection, varicty, and
gradual æconomy of the creation, V. 168–543. On obedience,
as a duty of choice, not niceliity, v. 520-543. On the revch
and defeat of the talles angels, v. 577--997. Thence warns hins
against Satan's temptations, vi

. 893. Vanquishes Alinadai, and
puts him to fight, vi. 363. On the creation, &c. vii. 111-6407
On the motion, appearances, and in Auences of the celestial and
terrestrial bodies, viii. 15–179. Reply to Adam's account of
himself on his creation, &c. yiii. 569. Reply to his question con-


eerning love, and the expression of it in spirits celestial, viii. 840,
Advice to Adam at parting, and reafcent to heaven, viii. 630,

See Similies.
Reason, and free-will, the fame, iv. 95-108. ix. 350. The chief

faculty of the foul, v. 100. The being of the foul, discursive of
men, intuitive of angels, v. 486. In animal creatures, vii. 369.

The law of nature, ix. 65.3. Correlative with liberty, xii. 83.
With virtue, xii. 97
Redemption of man proposed by God the Father, ili. 203. Under-

taken by God the Son, iii. 227.
Repentance the grace of God, iji. 185. Sincere endeavours towards

it acceptable, iii. 191. An act of it, %, 1086. Its efficacy, xi. 2.20
Reprobation, the state of it, iii. 198.
Reptiles, part of the sixth day's creation, described, vii. 475.
Revolt, and defeat of the fallen angels, v. 577. vi. 894.
Rimmon, a fallen angel, 1. 467.

Sabbath, its insitution, the seventh, after the fix days creation, vii.

58r. The folemnity of it described, vii. 594.
Salvation, not only to the fons of Abraham's loins, but his faith,

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xii. 449.

Satan, (the prince of the fallen angels,) his fall from heaven, i. 34.

Why so called, i. 81. y. 659. Speech to Beelzebub after their fall,
i. 84. Reply to Beelzebub's answer, i. 157. Afcent from hell,
t. 192. His stature, looks, &c. defcribed, i. 193. iv. 085. y. 706.
Speech to Beelzebub thereon, i. 242. His imeid descrived, i. 284.

His fpcar, i. 292. Speech to the other fallen angels, i. 31$. His
standard described, i. 531. Speech to the fallen angels reimbato
tled, i. 622. Calls a council, 'i. 752. Speech to them ir corne

cil, ii. 11. Undertakes an attempt on the world, (the result of it,)
: ii. 430-465. Ascent to the gates of hell, ii. 629. Speech to

Death there, ii. 68f. The father of Sin and Death, ii. 727.
: Answer to Sin's speech, ii. 737. To her reply, ii. 817. Flight

into Chaos, ii. 917. Arrival at the court of Chaos, ii. 951. Speech
there, ii. 968. Brought Sin and Death first into the world, ij.
102 4. Afcent to light; &c. ii. 1034. Alights on the convex of the

world's outermott orb, iii. 418. View of the world from the first
:Hep to heaven-gate, iii. 540. Descent to it described, iii. 561.

Stops at the Sun, iii. 588. Discovers Uriel, the angel of it, there,
ji. 627. Transforms himself to a cherub, iii 634. Speech to
Uriel, iii. 654. Deccives him, iii. 68r. Is directed by him to the
wopł!, ii. 7-4. And Paradise, ix. 733. "Alights on mount Ni-
phates, iii. 139. Soliloquy, contemplacing the fun, iv. 32. The
first hypocrite, iv. 121. Arrives at Paradile, iv. 131. Sits on the
tree of life, iv. '194. Soliloquy on view of Adam and Eve in Pa
tulise, iv. 358. Descends from the tree of life, and assumes feve-
Fal animal thapes, iv. 395. Littens to Adam's discourse with Eve
on Goat's prohibition of the tree of knowledge, iv. 408. Solilok

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quy on the fubject of it, iv. 5o5. Resolves thence to tempo chens
to disobedience, iv. $12. Fiiit attempt in the allimed (hape of a
toad, on Eve asleep, iv. 199. Answer to Ithuriel and Zephon,
repreherding him thereon, iv. 817. Reply to their answer, iv.
851. Answer to Gabriel, iv. 886. Reply to his answer, iv. 925.
To another, iv. 968. The inaguration of God the Son, the oc,
curion of his revoli, v. 657. Speech to the next fubordinate angel
of his party thereon, v. 073. The seat of luis hierarchy before his
fall deferited, v. 756. Speech to the angels of his hierarchy there-
on, v. 772. Reply to Abdiel's answer on liis fpeech to the hier-
archs of his party, v. 853. His army described, vi. 79. His port,
and post there, vi. 99. Answer to Abdiel's reply, vi. 150. Bat-
the letiveen his and the celestial army defcribed, vi. 205–385.
His prowess in the battle, vi. 246. Encounters Michael, vi. 253.
Antuer to Michael's specch thercon, vi. 281. The combat de.
fcrihed, vi. 296. Wounded hy him, vi. 320. Carried off, vi.
335. His army defeated, vi. 385. Retreats, and calls a council

vi. 414. Specch in council, vi 418. Reply to Niftoch there, vi.
469. Gives the word for renewing the batile, vi. 558. Renew.
ed by his army, and the second battle described, vi

. 569670.
Speech on the celestial array's retreat, vi. 608. His army's co-
tire defeat and expulfion from heaven described, vi. 831-877.
Returns from compaffing the earth, to Paradife by night, in a
mist, in order to his temptation, ix. 53. His circuit, &c. de-
fcribed, ix. 62. Soliloquy thercon, ix. 99. Enters the ferpeni,
ix. 182. View (in that shape) of Eve, ix. 424. Soliloquy there-

en, ix. 473. Dchaviour to her, ix. sáz. Speech lo her, ix. 534.
: Reply to her answer, ix. 567. Tbe discourse (his temptation of
• Eve to eat the forbidden fruit,) continued, ix. 732. Leaves her

after eating it, ix. 784. His sentence thereon (virtually) pro-
nounced by God the Son, x. 171. Returns to bell to avoid his
presence in Paradise, x. 337. Mcets Sin and Death upon their
journey to the world on Adam's, &c. fall, X. 345, Answer to
Sin's fpecch, 1. 383. Parts with them, *. 416. Afcends his
throne at Pandæmonium, x. 443. Speech to the fullen angels
aflembled there, X. 459. Applauded with a hiss, 4.504 He
and they tr rsformed to serpents, X. 510. Further pupilhed
with an illubon of the forbidden fruit, X. 549. Both annually
continued, x. 575. Himself (the terpent) dragged in chains at
the afcenfion of the Mefliah, xii. 453. Diffolution (with the
world) at hi, coming to judgment, xii. 545. See Similies.
Salurn, (a fallen angel,) i. $12.
Scriptures, how to be underftood, xii. sii.
Seasons, their changes, respecting each clime, an effect of Adam's

fall, X. 677.
Serpent described, ix. 182. After entered by Satan, ix. 495. His

fentençe (formally) prononnced by. God the Son, as the alkymed

tempter of Eve, X. 163-175. Ser Similies. ;
Sideral.blafts, &c. an effect of Adam's full, X,692..


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