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of it alone exclufive, iii. 198. Redemption proposed by God the
Father, iii. 203. Undertaken by God the Son, iii. 227. The
Son's merits alone imputative to him, towards it, how, iii. 290.
Man created to repair the lofs of the fallen angels, iii. 667. ix. 143.
His creation (part of the fixth day's,) described, vii. 524. Domi-
nion over the reft, vii. 526. Love to woman, how confiftent with
Jis fuperiority, viii. 567. The whole creation in little, ix. 109.
Angels his guardians, ix. 154. His fuperiority over the woman
given him by God, x. 145. 195. Pursuing his appetites, disfi
gures not God's image but his own, xi. 515. Conformity to the
divine will, the true end of his creation, xi. 603. Abfolute domi-
nion over his brethren (men) an ufurpation, xii. 64. Given him
by God only over the creatuies, xi. 67. Matches conjugal, the
inodern cenfured, viii. 57. Refpecting the woman particularly,
Medufa, the guard of Lethe, ii. 610.
Mercy, God's first and last attribute, iii. 132.
Meffiah promifed, x. 181. The promife explained, x. 182. xii. 386.
His birth, &c. and kingdom, described, xii. 359. Why called the
Seed of the woman, xii. 376. Life, and passion, xii. 388. Re
furrection, and miffion 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 celeftial
army againft the revolted angels, vi. 44. His prowess, &c. in the
battle, vi. 250. Speech to Satan encountering him, vi. 262. The
ombat defcribed, vi. 296. Wounds Satan, vi. 320. The revolt
ers defeated, incamps on the field of battle, vi. 4ro. Prepares to
expel Adam, &c. from Paradife, xi. 126. His appearance, &c.
here defcribed, xi. 238. Speech to Adam thereon, xi. 251. Re-
ly to Eve, Lmenting the threatened expulfion, xi. 286.
Adam on the fame fubject, xi. 334. Difcovers to him (in vifion)
what thould happen to the time of the flood, xi. 423-867. The
flory of Cain and Abel, xi. 429. Death, with its caufes, and va-
lety, xi. 466. The state of the antediluvian world, (in common,)
The ftate of it, (civil, or in propriety,) x 638. The
flory of Enoch, xi. 664. Of Noah, xi. 700. The flood, xi.
738. God's covenant to destroy the work no more by water, xi.
890, Difcovers to him (relatively) what should happen from the
food to the general refuùrection, xii. 6-551.' 'Phe patriarchal
Lovernment, .ii. 13. Nimrod's tyranny, xii. 24. The building
and confufion at Babel, xii. 38. The story of Cham, xii. 101,
Of Abraham, and the patriarchs, xii. 113. Of the Ifraelites bon-
dage in Egypt, and deliverance thence, xii. 163. Of the fettle
ment of their civil and facred œconomy in the wilderness, and
eftablishment in Canaan, xii. 223. Of their various ritual laws,
their reafon, ufe, &c. xii. 280. Of their government by judges
and kings, xii. 315. Of their captivity in Babylon, xii. 335. Of
their return from thence, after-diffenfions, the birth and king-
dom of the Meffiah, xii. 345-371. Of his life, paffion, refur
rection, mission of the apostles, afcenfion, &c. xii. 388-465.
Of the mission of the Holy Ghoft, gift of tongues, miracles, &c.
xii. 485-504. Of the apoftles fucceffors, (falfe teachers, &c.)
their ambition, innovation, &c. the effects of them, and the Me
fiah's coming to judgment, xii. 705-551. His anfwer to Adam's
refolutions of future obedience, &c. commends, advifes him, and
warns him to quit Paradise, xii, 575. Leads him and Eve out,
xii. 37. See Similies.
Mind, the force of it, i. 254.
Moloch, a fallen angel, i. 392. His fpeech in the council called by
⚫ Satan after their fall, ii. 51. Defies Gabriel in the battle between
the celeftial and revolted angels, vi. 357. Is wounded by him,
and flies, vi. 360.
Difcourfe, its food, ix. 237..
Moon, fuppofed inhabited by tranflated faints and middle fpirits, iii,
459. Its office, iii. 726. Rifing defcribed, iv. 606. The fpors
in it, vapours not yet confolidated with its body, v. 418. Part of
the fourth day's creation, vi. 356. Receives its light from the
fun, vii. 375. Motion, afpects, vii. 370.
Moon and ftars, their courses, influences, &c. iv. 661.
Moon and planets, their noxious motion, afpećts, &c. an effect of
Adam's fall, x. 656.
Morning in heaven described, vi. 12.
Morning, natural, described, v. 120. ix. 192. xi. 133.
Mofes and Aaron, their mission to Egypt, xii. 170.
Mulciber, a fallen angel, i. 740.
Night in heaven defcribed, v. 642.
Night and day in heaven described, vi. 4.
Night, natural, defcribed, iv, 604-776. v. 38. ix. 48. At Adam's
fall, x. 846.
Nimrod, (the first monarch,) his tyranny described, and cenfured,
Nifroch, a fallen angel, vi. 446. His answer to Satan in council
after their defeat by the celestial angels, vi. 451.
Noah, his reprehenfion of the antediluvian world, xi. 719-808.
Building the ark, &c. xi. 728. Entering it, with his family, the
>creatures, &c. xi. 733. The flood defcribed, xi. 738–824. Its
>abatement, the ark's refting, &c. xi. 841. His defcent from it,
appearance of the rain-bow, &c. xi. 861.
Obedience, conjugal, woman's happinefs, &c. iv. 635. Of will, not
neceffity, only acceptable to God, v. 529.
Old age defcribed, xi. 535.
Omen's of Adam's expulfion from Paradise, xi. 182.
Opinion, or knowledge. See Knowledge or opinion.
Orbs celeftial and terreftrial, notions about their motions, appear-
ance, &c. doubtful, and not neceffary to the improvement of
happiness, &c. viii. 70-178.
Oras, a fallen angel, i. 448. Ofis, another, ib.
Pandemonium, (the court of hell,) defcribed, i. 710. See Similies.
Paradife, or the garden of Eden, described, iv. 131—214. V. 291.
vii. 537. viii. 304 ix. 439. The eastern gate of it, iv. 542.
Guarded by Gabriel, iv. 549. The hower of Adam and Eve
there, iv. 690. The parade, watches, &c. of the guardian angels
in Paradife, iv. 778-782-861-977, The hill there, from
whence Michael difcovers to Adam in vifion what should happen
to the time of the flood, xi. 377. Adam and Eve's expulfion from --
Paradife defcribed, xii. 625. The flaming fword, &c. guarding
the caft gate of it, xii 632. The feat of it destroyed by Noah's
flood, xi. 819. See Similies.
Paffions inordinate, an effect of Adam's fall, ix. 1120.
Patriarchal government, from the flood to Nimrod's tyranny, xй.
Patriarchs, (Abraham's, &c.) their story related, xii. 113. :
Peace, the corruptions of it equal to the waftes of war, xi. 783.
Peor or Chemos, a fallen angel, i. 412.
Perfecution in matters fpiritual, the rife of it, xii. 508-533- Its.
effects, xii. 533.
Phlegethon, a river of hell, ii. 580.
Plagues of Egypt defcribed, xii, 173.
Planets and moon, their noxious motion, afpects, &c. an effect of
Adam's fall, x. 656.
Pleasure, fenfual, cenfured. xi, 603.
Poles, north and fouth, perpetual day under both, but for Adam'
fall, x. 669–680.
Prayer, the efficacy of its fpirit, xi. 5-14-146. Unavailable a
gainst God's abfolute decrees, xi, 311.
Predeftination defined, iii. II.
Priests occafion the first diffenfion in the Jewish church and ftate,
Profopopaia, on Eve's eating the forbidden fruit, ix. 782, On A-
dam's, ix. 100).
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 archangel,) his defcent to Paradife to warn Adam a
gainft his fall, v. 247. His perfon described, v. 276. Answer to
Adam's invitation to his bower, and entertainment there, v. 371.
404. Salutation of Evc, v. 388. Difcourfe with Adam on va
rious fubjects, v. 464. viii. 651. On the perfection, variety, and
gradual economy of the creation, v. 468-543. On obedience,
as a duty of choice, not neceffity, v. 510-543. On the revch
and defeat of the fallen angels, v. 577-397. Thence warns him
against Satan's temptations, vi. 893. Vanquishes Afinadai, and
puts him to flight, vi. 363. On the creation, &c. vii. 111—6401
On the motion, appearances, and influences of the celeftial and
terreftrial bodies, viii. 15-179. Reply to Adam's account of
himself on his creation, &c. viii. 562. Reply to his question con-
serning love, and the expreffion of it in fpirits celestial, viii. dao,
Advice to Adam at parting, and reafcent to heaven, viii. 630
Reason, and free-will, the fame, iv. 95-108. ix. 350. The chief
faculty of the foul, v. 100. The being of the foul, difcurfive of
men, intuitive of angels, v. 486. In animal creatures, viii. 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, iii. 203. Under-
taken by God the Son, iii. 227.
Repentance the grace of God, iii. 185. Sincere endeavours towards
it acceptable, iii. 191. An act of it, x. 1986. Its efficacy, xi. 22.
Reprobation, the state of it, iii. 198.
Reptiles, part of the fixth day's creation, described, vii. 475.
Revolt, and defeat of the fallen angels, v. 577. vi. 893.
Rimmon, a fallen angel, i. 467.
Sabbath, its inflitution, the seventh, after the fix days creation, vii.
581. The folemnity of it described, vii. 594.
Salvation, not only to the fons of Abraham's loins, but his faith,
Satan, (the prince of the fallen angels,) his fall from heaven, i. 34.
way fo called, i. 81. v. 657. Speech to Beelzebub after their fall,
i. 84. Reply to Beelzebub's answer, i. 157. Afcent from hell,
i. 192. His ftature, looks, &c. defcribed, i. 193. iv. 985. v. 786. *
Speech to Beelzebub thereon, i. 242. His imeid defcrived, i. 284.
His fpear, i. 292. Speech to the other fallen angels, i. 315. His
ftandard described, i. 531. Speech to the fallen angels reimbat-
tled, i. 622. Calls a council, i. 752. Speech to them in coun
cil, ii. 11. Undertakes an attempt on the world, (the result of it,)
ii. 430-465. Afcent to the gates of hell, ii. 629. Speech to
: Death there, ii. 681. The father of Sin and Death, ii. 727.
Anfwer to Sin's fpeech, 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 firft into the world, ii.
102 4. Afcent to light, &c. ii. 1034. Alights on the convex of the.
world's outermoft orb, iii. 418. View of the world from the first
Step to heaven-gate, iii. 540. Defcent to it defcribed, iii. 561.
Stops at the Sun, ii. 588. Difcovers Uriel, the angel of it, there,
iii. 621 Transforms himself to a cherub, iik 634. Speech to
Uriel, iii. 654. Deccives him, iii. 681. Is directed by him to the
world, iii. 7.4. And Paradise, iй. 733. Alights on mount Ni-
phates, iii. 739. Soliloquy, contemplating the fun, iv. 32. The
first hypocrite, iv. 121. Arrives at Paradife, iv. 131. Sits on the
tree of life, iv. 194. Soliloquy on view of Adam and Eve in Pa
Badlife, iv. 358. Defcends from the tree of life, and affumes feve
ral animal thapes, iv. 395. Liftens to Adam's difcourfe with Eve
on God's prohibition of the tree of knowledge, iv. 408. Solilok
quy on the fubject of it, iv. 505. Refolves thence to tempt them
2>to difobedience, iv. 512, Fift attempt in the aflumed shape of a
toad, on Eve aflcep, iv. 799. Anfwer to Ithuriel and Zephon,
reprehending 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 inauguration of God the Son, the oc-
cafion of his revolt, v. 657. Speech to the next fubordinate angel
of his party thereon, v. 673. The feat of his hierarchy before his
fall deferibed, v. 156. Speech to the angels of his hierarchy there
on, v. 772. Reply to Abdiel's answer on his speech to the hier-
archs of his party, v. 853. His army defcribed, vi. 79. His port,
and poft there, vi. 99. Answer to Abdiel's reply, vi. 150. Bat-
tle between his and the celeftial army defcribed, vi. 205-385.
His prowess in the battle, vi. 246. Encounters Michael, vi. 253.
Anfwer to Michael's fpeech thercon, vi. 281. The combat de-
fcribed, vi. 296. Wounded by him, vi. 310. Carried off, vi.
335. His army defeated, vi. 385. Retreats, and calls a council,
vi. 414. Speech in council, vi 418. Reply to Nifroch there, vi.
469. Gives the word for renewing the battle, vi. 558. Renew-
ed by his army, and the fecond battle defcribed, vi. 569–670.
Speech on the celeftial army's retreat, vi. 608. His army's en-
tire defeat and expulfion from heaven defcribed, vi. 831-877.
Returns from compaffing the earth, to Paradife by night, in a
mift, in order to his temptation, ix. 53. His circuit, &c. de-
fcribed, ix. 62. Soliloquy thereon, ix. 99. Enters the serpent,
ix. 182. View (in that fhape) of Eve, ix. 424, Soliloquy there-
en, ix. 473. Behaviour to her, ix. 523. Speech to her, ix. 532.
Reply to her anfwer, ix. 567. The difcourfe (his temptation of
Eve to eat the forbidden fruit,) continued, ix. 732.. Leaves her
after eating it, ix. 784. His fentence thereon (virtually) pro-
nounced by God the Son, x. 171. Returns to hell to avoid his
prefence in Paradise, x. 337. Meets Sin and Death upon their
journey to the world on Adam's, &c. fall, x. 345. Answer to
Sin's fpecch, x. 383. Parts with them, x. 410. Afcends his
throne at Pandemonium, a. 443. Speech to the fallen angels
affembled there, x. 459. Applauded with a hifs, x. 504. He
and they transformed to ferpents, x 510. Further punished
with an illufion of the forbidden, fruit, x. 549. Both annually
continued, x. 575. Himself (the ferpent) dragged in chains at
the afcenfion of the Meffiah, xii. 453. Diffolution (with the
world) at his coming to judgment, xii. 545. See Similies..
Saturn, (a fallen angel,) i. 512
Scriptures, how to be understood, xii. $11.
Seafons, their changes, refpecting each clime, an effect of Adam's
fall, x. 677.
Serpent defcribed, ix. 182. After entered by Satan, ix. 495. His
fentence (formally) pronounced by God the Son, as the affumed
tempter of Eve, x. 163–175 See Similies..
Sideral blafts, &c. an effect of Adam's full, x. 692..