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Speech on the cælestial army's retreat 6 608
His army's intire defeat and expulfion

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Returns, from compassing the earth, to
Paradise by night in a mist, in order

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to his temptation
His circuit, &c. defcrib'd

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Soliloquy thereon

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Enters the serpent

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View (in that shape) of Eve

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Soliloquy thereon

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Behaviour to her

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Speech to her

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Reply to her answer

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The discourse (his temptation of Eve to

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Leaves her, after eati

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His fentence thereon (virtually) pro-

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Returns to hell to avoid his presence in
Paradise

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Meets Sin and Death upon their journey
to the world on Adam's, &c. fall

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Answer to Sin's speech

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Parts with them

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Ascends his throne at Pandæmonium

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Speech to the fall'n angels assembled there 10 459
Applauded with an hiss

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He and they transform’d to serpents

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Further punish'd with an illusion of ?
the forbidden fruit

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Both annually continued

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Himself (the ferpent) drag'd in chains
at the ascension of the Mesiah

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Dissolution (with the world at his com-
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Saturn (a fall’n angel)
Scriptures how to be understood
Seasons, their changes, respecting each

clime, an effect of Adam's fall
Serpent describd

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His sentence (formally) pronounc'd by God?
the Son, as the asum'dtempter of Eves

Vide Similes.
Sideral blasts, &c. an effe&t of Adam's fall 10
Sin, and Death Vide Death and Sin
Sin describ'd
Her speech to Satan, and Death, at
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Reply to Satan
Her birth
Reply to his answer
Opens hell-gates to him
Speech to Death on Adam's fall
To Satan, (meeting him returning to

hell,) on her and Death's journey to

the world after it
To Death on their arrival at Paradise
Reply to Death's answer

Vide Similes.
Sin original, lut carnal the first effect of it 9
Its solace

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Slavery, original of it the inordinacy of ?

the Pacions
The justice of it, as consequential on

deviating from virtue, &c.
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Its immortality discuss'd
Spirits, tlieir essence, and power
Their invisible existence on earth

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5 Vital, animal, and intellectual spirits

5 progressive from material nutrition Their existence in life, intellett, shape,

6 &c. defin'd Spring perpetual within the tropics, but

for Adam's fall Stars, their places, appearances, &c. 3 Fed by the air

5 Part of the fourth day's creation

7 Receive their light from the sun

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Vide Similes.
Stars, and Moon, their courses, influences, &c. 4
Storms, &c. an effect of Adam's fall
Styx, a river of hell
Sun, its appearance, place and power 3
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Part of the fourth day's creation

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Temperance, the effect of it long life
Thammuz or Adonis (a fall’n angel)
Thunder, an effect of Adam's fall
Time, respecting eternity, defin’d
Titan (a fall’n angel)
Tradition cenfur’d
Tree of life

Vide Life.
of knowledge Vide Knowledge.
Truth, Suffering for it, fortitude, &c.
Tyranny, Nimrod's, describ’d, and censured 12

Origine of it, the inordinacy of the pasions 12
No excuse of the tyrant (tho' just in

consequence on the subject)
Tyrants, their plea for conqueft, &c. com-
par'd with Satan's first attempt on man

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notion of it cenfur'd Virtue, &c. with lots of freedom degenerates in

Reason, and virtue, the same Union conjugal

Vide conjugal union. Uriel, (the angel of the fun)

3 His answer to Satan

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3 733 Descends thither himself, and informs > 4

555 Gabriel of Satan's pre-descent

4 561 Encounters Adramelec (a falln angel)

6 wounds and puts him to flight

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feet of Adam's fall Wisdom, the sum of it, the love, &c. of God 12 Wolves, com falle teachers) the apostles}

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Woman, conjugal obedience her happiness, &c. 4
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Two of her loveliest qualities
The effe{t of leaving her to her own will 9
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