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603. his absolute dominion over his brethren an uğur pa
tion, xii. 64.
Matches, conjugal, censure of the modern, vii. 57. X. 888.
Michael, the archangel, his appointment in the celestial
army, vi. 44. his prowess, combats, speeches, answers,
etc. See various parts of the books, from vi. to xii. in-
Mind, its force, i. 254. its food, ix. 237.
Moloch, a fallen angel, i. 392. his speech, ii. 51. defies
Gabriel; vi. 357.
Moon, on its supposed inhabitants, iii. 459. its office, iii.
726. rising, iv. 606. its creation, etc. vii. 356 375 379.
Morning in heaven, description of, vi. 12. the natural, vi
120. ix. 192. xi. 153.
Moses, see Aaron.
Mulciber, a fallen angel, i. 740.
Night in heaven described, v. 642. and day, vi. 4. the na-
tural night, iv. 604 776. v. 38. ix. 48. X. 846.
Nimrod, the first monarch, his tyranny, etc. xii. 24.
Nisroch, a fallen angel, vi. 446.
Noah, his censure of the antideluvian world, xi. 719 808.
builds the ark, xi. 728.
Noon described, v. 300.
Obedience, conjugal, the happiness of woman, iv. 635. of
will only acceptable to God, v. 529.
Old age described, xi. 535.
Omens of Adam's expulsion, xi. 182.
Opinion, see knowledge.
Orus and Osiris, fallen angels, i. 478.
Pandemonium described, i. 210.
Paradise, description of, iv. 131 214. V. 291. vii. 537. viii.
304. ix. 439. the seat of it destroyed by the flood, xi.
Patriarchal government, from the deluge to the time of Nim-
rod, xii. 13.
Patriarchs, their story, xii. 113..
Peace, its corruptions equal to the ravages of war, xi. 783.
Peor or Chemos, a fallen angel, i. 412.
Persecution, spiritual, its origin, xi. from 508 to 533. its-
effects, xii. 533..
Plagués of Egypt, xii. 137.
Planets, their aspects, etc. an effect of the fall, 1. 656.
Pleasure, carnal, censured, xi. 603. .
Prayer, efficacy of its spirit, xi. 5 14 146.
Predestination, what, iii. 111.
Priests cause the first dissention amongst the Jews, xii. 353.
Rainbow, its first appearance and sign, xi. 865 895.
Raphael, the arch-angel, described, v. 276. his prowess,
speeches, ete. see various parts of books v. vi. vii. and
Reason, the chief faculty of the soul, v. 100.
Redemption of man, proposed by the Father and undertaken
by the Son, iii. 227.
Repentance, its efficacy, xi. 22.
Reprobation, state of it, iii. 198.
Rimmon, a fallen angel, i. 476.
Sabbath, its institution and solemnity, vii. 581 594.
Salvation, its extent, xii. 449.
Satan, his fall from heaven, i. 34. his stature, looks, etc. i,
193 284 292. his speeches, i. 84 242 315. ii. 11. ij. 681
968. iv. 358. v. 673 772. vi. 418 608. ix. 532. X. 459.
Saturn, a fallen angel, i. 512.
Scriptures, how to be understood, xii. 511.
Serpent described, ix. 182.
Similies. These are so numerous as to form an index of
themselves, and are therefore incompatible with our limits.)
Sin described, ii. 650. her birth, ii. 752. speeches, x. 235
Sin, original, the first effect of it, ix. 1011.
Slavery, its origin, xii. 86.
Soul, its faculties, v. 100. its immortality discussed, s.
Spirits, their invisible existence on earth, iv. 677. their
existence in life, intellect, etc. vi. 344.
Spring would have been perpetual within the tropics but for
*Adam's fall, x. 678.
Stars, their places, appearance, etc. iii. 565. their influence,
Storms, an effect of the fall, xi. 695.
Sun, its appearance, power, etc. iii. 571. its annual course,
etc. an effect of the fall. x. 651.
Teachers, false, of religion, described, xii. 508.
Temperance, its effect, xi. 530.
Thammuz, or Adonis, a fallen angel, i. 446.
Thunder, an effect of the fall, x. 666.
Time defined, respecting eternity, v: 580,
Titan, a fallen angel, i. 510.
Tradition censured, xii. 511.,
Tree of life described, ix. 218. ix. 69...
Tree of knowledge, iy. 220. ix. 575.
Truth, suffering for it, etc. xii. 569.
Tyranny, its origin, xii. 86.
Tyrants, their plea for conquest compared with Satan's first
attempt on man, iv. 390.
Twilight described, iv. 598. . .
Vacuity, the idea of refuted by God's omnipresence, vii. 168.
Valour, the common notion of it reprehended, xi. 688.
Virtue degenerates in slavery, xi. 797.
Uriel, his adventures, iii. 622 694 724. vi. 363.
Uzziel, guardian of Paradise, iv. 782.
War, its common origin, xi. 638 783.
Waters, their separation from the earth, vii, 282
Wife, her duty on trying occasions, ix. 267 290.
Wind, tempestuous, an effect of the fall, x. 664.
Wisdom, the sum of it, xii. 575.
Wolves, or false teachers, defined, xii. 507.
Woman, her loveliest qualities, ix. 232. advantage of her
social over her artificial accomplishments, xi. 614. in
every respect the cause of man's misery, xi. 632.
Works, with faith in Christ, eternal life, xii. 420.
World, by whom possessed, iii. 444 463. described, vü.
218. its situation respecting heaven and hell, x. 320.
Zephon, a guardian of Paradise, iv. 788 823 834.
Zophiel, a cherub, vi. 535 537.