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Note, The numeral letters refer to the Book, the figures to the
AARON and Moses, their mission to Egypt, xii. 170.
Abdiel, a Seraph, his opposition to Satan, respecting the re-
volt of the Angels, v. 803. his fidelity, v. 896. abandons the party of Satan, vi. 1. soliloquy on viewing him at their head, vi. 114. his conquest of Ariel, Arioch, and
Ramiel, vi. 369. Abel and Cain, their story, xi. 429. Abraham and the Patriarchs, story of, xü. 13. Adam and Eve, general description of them, iv. 288. more
minutely described, iv. 295. their state of innocence, iv. 312 492 738. v. 211 303. vii. 510. entertainment of the angel Raphael, v. 313 591. their nuptial bed described, iv. 708. their behaviour after the fall, and on finding themselves naked, ix. 1004 1051. attempt to avoid God, X. 97. appear hefore him, x. 109 their expulsion from
Paradise, xii. 256. Adam, his' discourse with Eve on the prohibition of the tree
of knowledge, iv. 411. on viewing her sleeping, v. 8. his answer to her dream relative to Satan's first temptation, v. 94. his discourse in the bower with Raphael, v. 460. his creation and dominior, ix. 524. his first view of the, Divine Presence, etc. viii. 311. his speech to God on his solitude in Paradise, vüi. 357. his passion for Eve, viii, 521. discourses with her on Satan's subtilty, ix. from 205 to 384.' soliloquy on her transgression, ix. 896. resolves to die with her, ix. 907. eats the forbidden fruit, ix. 996. solicits her to submit to sexual pleasures, and their consequences, ix. 1011 1016. speech to her on their fall, etc. ix. 1067. the sentence on him, s. 197. reflects on the immortality of the soul, etc. x. 782. his resolution against the advice of Eve to commit suicide, x. 1028. behaviour
on receiving the message for their expulsion, xi. 263. Adramelech and Asmalia, fallen angels, their defeat, vi. 365. Amaranth, a flower, transplanted to Heaven, iii. 352. Ambition censured, ii. 482: Angels obey God from choice, v. 535. engagement of the
celestial party against Satan, vi. 202 63 1. their song on
the creation, vü. 180 252 557 602. their re-ascent to
Heaven on Adam's fall, xi. 17. appointed to drive Adam
from Paradise, xi. 127. execution of that office, xii: 626.
Angels, the fallen, their names, i. 374. pursuits, ii. 528.
engagement, vi. 202. defeat and expulsion from Heaven,
vi: 831 877. transformed into serpents, etc. X. 519 547
Apostles, their mission, etc. xii. 439. their successors de-
'scribed, xii. 508..
Azazel, Satan's standard-bearer, i. 534.
Babel, its building, and the confusion of languages thence
arising, xii. 38 48.
Battle between the Angels described, vi. 202 to 877.
Beelzebub described, ii. 299. excites an attempt on the
world, ii. 245.
Belial, speeches of, ii. 119: vi. 620.
Blasts, originated from the fall of Adam, X. 692.
Bridge from the gates of Hell over Chaos to the world, s.
Cain and Abel, their story, xi. 429. .
Cham, his story, xii. 101.
Chance, explosion of the general idea respecting it, ii. 909.
Chaos described, ïi. 890. vii. 210. its limits since the fall
of the Angels, ii. 998. its state before that event, v. 577.
Church, hirelings in it compared with the devil in Paradise,
Conjugal love praised, iv. 750 765. definition of it, viii.
589. a reciprocal duty, ix. 357.
Conjugal union, its reasons and obligations, viii. 494. ix.
Conscience, the umpire of God in man, iii. 1944. - its terrors,
iv. 23. X. 842. censure of laws to enforce it, xii. 515.
Creation, the universal, description of it, iii. 708. vii. 221.
Creatures in Paradise described, iv. 340. their discord a
consequence of the fall, x. 707. .
Dagon, a fallen angel, some account of, i. 457.
Damned, description of the vicissitudes of their torments, ü.
David, why his throne is eternal, xii. 320.
Day and night in Heaven, description of, vi. 4.
Death and Sin, their post at the gates of Hell, before the fall,
ii. 688. their union, X. 249. their meeting with Satan
on his return to Hell, x. 326. their arrival at Paradise, ..
585. subsequent conduct in the world, x. 610.-
Death, description of, ii. 666. its parentage, i . 727. its
birth, ii. 777. its answers to Sin, X. 264 596.
Death, of the body, its causes and variety, xi. 466 to 493.
its terrors more imaginary than real, xi. 469. the gate of
life, xii. 571.
Death, eterual, considerations on, s. 8u8.
Deluge, see Noah.
Despair, its degrees, etc. iv. 108.
Devils, why excluded from grace, ii, 129.
Discord censured, ii. 496. the daughter of Sin, x. 707.
Dominion, absolute amongst men, unjustifiable, xii. 64.
Dreams illusory, iv. 799. natural, v. 110. divine, xii. 611. -
Eagle, a bird of prey, one effect of Adam's fall, xi. 185.
Earth, its creation, üi. 715. vii. 231. its separation from
the waters described, vii. 276. speculations on its motion,
or that of the heavens, censured, viji. 70. an universal
Paradise at the coming of the Messiah, xii. 463.
Eden, see Paradise.
Egypt, plagues of, xii. 173.
Election asserted, iii. 183.
Elements, their dependence upon each other, xi. 415.
Enoch, his story, translation, etc. xi. 664 700.
Eve, see Adam and Eve.
Eve particularly described, etc. iv. 712. v. 379. viii, 46
470 482 596. ix. 386 431 457 489 538 603 896. her for-
mation from Adam, viii. 460.. her behaviour on seeing
him, viïi. 500. discourses with Satan, ix. 552 732. her
temptation of Adam, ix. 856. her speeches and answers to
Adam on being accused, x. 909 937 966. xi. 162. xii.
Evening described, iv. 598.
Evil, blameless, if unapproved by thought, v. 117.
Experience, a guide to wisdom, ix. 807.
Faith in Christ, what kind of, is eternal life, xii. 420. Cen-
sure of laws to enforce it, xii. 515.
Fancy, its office, v. 100. A faculty of the soul, viji. 46o.
Fame, censure of the common idea of it, xi. 688.
Fate, the will of the Almighty, vii. 170.
Fig-tree, that from which aprons were made, described, ix,
Firmament described, vii. 261.
Fish, their creation described, vii. 391.
Flaming sword, description of, xü. 632.
Flood, or deluge, see Noale ::
Freedom, effects of its loss upon virtue, etc. xi. 797. :
Free grace, defined, etc. iii. 173 227.
Free will, asserted, iii. 95. iv. 235 520. vü. 635. ix. 350.
X. 43. the image of God, viii. 440.
Fruition, carnal, its passion censured, viii. 579. . .
Gabriel, the chief of the guardian angels, his station, etc. ir.
443. undertakes to detect Satan, iv. 576. his speeches to
the Angels, iv. 866, to Satan, iv. 877. his prowess, etc.
in the battle, vi. 354.
Glory, or fame, the general idea of it censured, xi. 688.
God the Father, contemplating his works, etc. iii. 56. his
speech to God the Son on the designs of Satan, iii. 8o.
proposes the manner of redemption, iïi. 203. and decrees
his resurrection, 303. attributes of God the Father, iii.
372. his speech to the celestial hierarchy, v. 600. his
speeches to the Son, the Angels, etc. v. 719. vi. 29. vii.
139. x. 634. xi. 84 99.
God the Son, at the right hand of the Father, iii. 62. the
second Adam, üi. 285. his attributes, iii. 383. the Mes-
siah, vi, 718, 881. his answers to Adam, the Father, etc.
vi. 733. viii. 369 398 437. X. 68. his re-ascent and in-
tercession for Adam, x. 224.
God, what kind of adoration most acceptable to him, iv.
736. to be contemplated in the works of the creation,
v. 508. his absolute decrees, omnipresence, etc. xi. 311
335. to obey and depend on him, the sum of knowledge,
Gospel, how it is to be understood, xii. 511.
Grace of God, its object, and why devils are excluded from
it, iï. 129. the spirit of it, etc. xii. 525.
Gratitude, when exerted, a discharge of its debt, iv. 55.
Gunpowder, guns, etc. their invention, attributed to the
devii, vi. 478 484.
Heaven and earth, their final renovation by fire, xi. 898. xi.
547. subsequent happiness therein, xii. 463 549.
Heaven, its joys described, iii. 314. its gate, iii. 501. v. 253.
passage thence to the world, iii. 526. its creation, iii. 716.
the study of it how necessary, viii. 66. speculations on
its motion censured, väi. 70. its situation with respect to
the world and hell, x. 320..
Hell, description of, i. 60 228. ii. 587.618. its -gates, ü...
645. its situation, etc. x. 322.
Hierarchies of heaven, before the revolt, described, v. 579..
Holy-Ghost, its diffusion, etc. at the creation, vii. 195. pro-
mised and given to all believers, xii. 518.
Hymns to light, iii. 1. to God the Father and Son, iii. 372.
'on conjugal love, iv. 750. on the creation, vii. 180 252
Hypocrisy only visible to God, iii. 682.
Hypocrites, their first example in Satan, iv. 121. .
Idolatry, its origin, i. 364. that of the postdeluvian world,
Jealousy, the hell of lovers, v. 449.
Innocence, its state described, iv. 312 492 738. v. 211 303
443. viii. 40 510.
Invocations of the author, i. 6. iii. 51. vii. 1. xi. 20.
Israelites, relation of their bondage and release, xii. 163.
their settlement, etc. in the wilderness, xii. 223. in
Canaan, xii. 266. their captivity in Bahylon, xii. 335.
on their return, till the birth of the Messiah, xii. from 345
Isis, a fallen angel, i. 478.
Ithúriel, an Angel of Paradise, iv. 788. detects Satan's at-
tempt on Eve, iv. 810.
Knowledge, the result of reason, v. 100. of future events,
the desire of it censured, xi. 770. its sum the love and
fear of God, xii. 557.
Leviathan described, i. 201.
Liberty, consequences of its loss, xi. 797.
Life, long, how attainable, xi. 530.
Light, its creation described, vii. 243.
Lightning, how produced, x. 1073.
Love, conjugal, distinct from that of an amour, iv. 763. de-
fined, viii. 589. its food, ix. 239. its object, ix. 241.
Lucifer, why a name of Satan, X. 425.
Lust, its solace, ix. 1042.
Mammon, a fallen angel, i. 678. his speech in Satan's council,
Man, fallen, why the object of grace, iii. 130. his long re-
sistance of it exclusive, iii. 198. created to supply the loss
of the fallen angels, iii. 667. ix. 143. his creation de-
scribed, vii. 524. his superiority over woman decreed by
God, x. 145 195. indulgence in his appetites disfigures
pot God's image, xi. 515. the true end of his creation, si.