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Of Delos or Samos from the Cy-
clades (ises)
Himself -- Hoa Phenix

To Mercury
Satan— to Briareus, Typhon and the

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Leviathan
-To the sun rising in a mis
- In eclipse
To the longest train of a comet

To mount Teneriff or Atlas
His shield to the moon
His spear to a mast
His standard- to a meteor
The Phenomenon of his ascent to hell-

gates to a fleet in the Offin
His and Death’s frowns on each other

-to two thunder-clouds meeting Flight to the court of Chaos—to a Gry

phon's in the wilderness Towards hedven— to (the ship) Argo, thro' the Thracian Bosphorus

To Ulysses's voyage between Scylla and Charybdis Arrival at light, &c.—- to a weatherbeaten vessel towards port

Š On the convex of the world's outer

most orbto a culture seeking his prey First view of the world

to a scout's casual prospect (after a dangerous

journey) of a new country or city of the filars orbs to the Hesperian

gardens, &c. Appearance in the fun's orb-to a spot in it differing from all astronomical obfervations

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Meditation on his intended attempt on?
the world to a gun recoiling

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In paradise - to a wolf preying on a fold 4

To a thief breaking in at a house-top, &c. 4

-To a tiger in view of a brace of fawns 4
Detected by Ithuriel there -- to gun?
powder taking fire

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Reprehended by Zephon to a fleed
reind, in a fret

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His army against the cæleftials in num-
ber--to the stars

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Their applause of his reply to Abdiel-

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to the sound of deep waters
Himself recoiling on a blow receiv’d

from Michael.-- to a mountain sink- 6
ing by an earthquake
His combat with Michael-to two Pla-
nets (the frame of nature, Suppos’d,

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disolu'd ) rushing in opposition to

each other
View (in the serpent) of Paradise and
Eve there to a citizen's taking

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the air in the country from his home-

confinement
Shape (transform’d to a serpent) on his

return to hell after the temptation-

to the serpent Python
His tempting Eve alluded to by the

story of Ophion and Eurynome
Serpent, that enter'd by Satan—to those
Hermione and Cadmus were trans-

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To those by Jupiter Ammon, and

Capitolinus
His motion, wreathings, &c.to the

work of a ship in shifting winds, &c.
His cresi (preceding Eve to the fortid.

den tree)--to an exhalation flaming
His address introducing the temptation

to that of an orator of the Athe-

nian or Roman commonwealths
Sin, her middle parts-to the suppos'd)

dogs of Scylla

-of the night-hag
Spearsto ears of corn ripe for reaping
Stars, their orbs to the Hesperian

gardens, &c.
Sun, his course turn'd at Adam's, &c.

nedting the forbidden fruit-- as at

the banquet of Thyestes
Uriel, his descent from the sun on Para-?

dife-to a shooting Star
Waters, their flux into seas, &c. on the

creation- -to drops on duft

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found of trumpet

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