תמונות בעמוד
PDF
ePub

Šatan---elluded to by the Story of Ophion and Eurinome 10 578. Flaming Sword in Paradise, on Adam's and Eve's Expulsion thence.o-to a Comet 12 632. Its Heat, &c. ---to ihe Libyan Air 12 634.

Hell---10 Mount Atna (in Silicia) 1. 230. --- To the Bog or Lake Serbonis (in Palestine) 2'192.

Knowledge, the Defires of it---10 á Thirst unallay'd, increasing 7 66.

Michael his Combat with Satan,---to two Planets (the Frame of Nature, suppos’d, disolv’d) rufbing in opposition to each other 6 310. Appearance to expell Adam, &c. from Paradise---10 a Man in a Mili:ary Veft, &c. 11 239.

Pandæmonium (or the Court of Hell) its sudden risc ---to an Exhalati00 1 710.

Paradise, the Air of it---to the Effiuvia from Arabia Falix, at Sea 4 159. It's self to the Field of Enna (in Sicily) 4 268, To the Grove of Daphne, &c. (in Thellaly) 4272. --- To the Isle of Nysa, (where Bacchus wai brought up) 4 275. To Mount Amara (in Ethiopia) 4 280. ---TO the Gardens of Adonis 9 439, --Of Alcinous. 9 440. Of Solomon 9 442,

Raphael, his view of the World in his descent from Heav'n to Paradise---to that of the Moon through an Optic Glass 5 261. --Of Delos, or Samos from the Cyclades (Ifles) s 264. Himself to a Phenix s 271. -- 10 Mercury 5 285.

Satan--to Briareus, Typhon, and the Leviathan 1. 199. 1 201. --To the Sun rising in a Mist 1 594. -

In Erlipfe 1596.

To the longest train of a Comet 2 707. -Mount Teneriff, or Atlas 4 985. His Shield--to the Moon i 284. His Spear--to a Maft I 292. His Standarda. to a Meteor I 337. The Phenomenon of his Ascent to Hell. Gates--- 10 a Fleet in the Offin 2 636. His, and Death's Frowns on each other--iwo Thunder-Clouds meeting 2 7!4. Flight to the Court of Chaos--10 à Gryphon's in the Wilderness 2 943. Towards Heav’n-to (the Ships ) Argo, zhrough ihe Thralian Bosphorus 2 1016. -- To Ulysses's Voyage bei weca Scylla and Charybdis 2 1919. Arrival af Light, &c. - 19 a Weatherbeaten Vessel towards the Pork. 2 1043 On the Convex, of, the World's Outmost Orbo-ta a Vulture seeking his Prey 3 431. First View of the World --10 4 Scoul's Casual Prospect (after a Dangerous Journey ) of a new Conistry of City 3 543. --Of the Stars Orbsarte the Hesperian Gardens, &c. Appearance in the Sun's Orb. -Qe pai in it differing from all Alronomical Observation

3

3 688. Meditation on his intended Attempt on the World... to a Gun recoiling 4 14. In Paradise--to a Wolf preying on a fold 4 183. To a Thief breaking in at a Honse Top, &c. 4 188. -To a Tyger in View of a brace of Fawns 4.403. Dete&ted by Ithuriel there--to Gunpowder taking Fire 4 814. Reprehended by Zephon--to a Steed rein’d in a Fret 4 857. His Army against the Cæleftials in Number -to the Stars s 745. --to the Dew Drops 's 746, Their Applause of his Reply to Abdiel--to the Sound of deep Wap ters 6 872. Himself recoiling on a Blow receiv'd from Michael..to a Mountain finking by an Earthquake 6 193. His Combat with Michaela-to two Planets (ine Frame of Nature suppos'd disolz'd) rushing in Opposition to each other 6 310. View (in the Serpent) of Paradise and Eve there „sto a Citizen's taking the Air in the Country from his home Confinement 9 445. Shape (transform’d to a Serpent) on his return to Hell after the Temptation--- to the Serpent Python 10 529. His tempting Eve.-alluded to by the Sto. yy of Ophion and Eurynomero 378. Serpent, that enter'd by Satan--to those Hermione and Cadmus were transføre med to 9. 304. -- To that assum'd by Esculapius 9 506. To those by Jupiter Ammon, and Capitoļinus 2 508. His Motion, Wreathings, &c. to the working of a Ship in Shifting Winds, &c. 9 513. His Crest (preceding Eve to the forbidden Tree) :: to an Exhalation flaming (Will i? th? Wisp) 9 634. His Address introducing the Temptation to that of an Orator of the Athenian or Roman Commone Wealtls 9 670.

Sin her Middle Parts---to the suppos'd Dogs of Scylla 2 659. ---Of the Night-Hag 2 662. Spears, -pto Ears of Corn tipe for reaping 4 980. Stars, their Orbs.- to the Hesperian Gardens, &c. 3 568.

Sun his Course turn'd at Adam's, &c. eating the for. bidden Fruit -- as at the Banquet of Thyestes 1o 688.

Uriel, his Descent from the Sun on Paradise-ofa a poate ing Star 4 555

Waters, their flux into Seas, &c. on the Creation - to Drops on Dust 7 290. -- To Armies forming themselves on Sound of Trumpet 7 294. Sin, and Death

Vide Death and Sin. Sin defcrib'd 2 650. Her Speech to Satan, and Death at Hell Gates 2 727. Reply to Satan ? 747. Her Birth 752. Reply to his Answer 2850. Opens Hell-Gates to him

871. Speech to Death on Adam's Fall 10 235. To Sasán, (meeting him returning to Hell,) on her and Death's E &

Laura

and In

Journey to the World after it 10 354. To Death on their arrival at Paradise 10 591. Reply to Death: 'Anfwer "Io 602.. Vide Similies,

Sin Original, Luft Carnal the first effect of it 9. toll. It's Solace 9, 1042

Slavery, original of it the inordinancy of thë Paffrons 12 86. The Fuit içe of it, as consequential on Deviating from Vir. tue, &c, 12 97.

Soul its Faculties 's 100. It's Immortality diforfod 10 782.

Spirits sheir Essence, and Power 1 423. I 789. Their invisible Existence on Earth 4 67.7. The Elect, their. Himn to God the Father and Son 3 372. Material, &c. Faculo ties in Spirits 3 404: 5 433. Vital, Anímaly telletual Spirits Progressive from Material Nutrition is 482. Their Existence in Life, Intellect, Shape, &c. defin" 6 344. Spring perpetual within the Tropics, bet for Adam's Fall

Stars, their Places, Appearances, &c. 3 565. Fed by the Air $ 417. Part of the Fourih Day's Creation 7 317. Receive their Light from the Sun 7. 364. Vide Similies. Stars, and Moon, their course, Influences, &c. 4. 661. Storms, &c. an Effeet of Adam's Fall 1: 695. Styx, a River of Hell 2 577.

Sun it: Appearance, Place and Power 3 591. Brightness elefcrib*d 3 591. Orb fed by Exhalations from the Groller

5 423. Part of the Fourth Day's Creation 7 354. The Fountain of Light 7 354. its Setting Defcribd 4 352. 4 539. 4 590. 8 630. 10 92. Its Annual Course, producing insense Heat and Cold, an Effect of Adam's Fall 10 651. Oblique Morion from the Equinoxial, from the same cause 10 671. Vide Similies.

J0 678.

T

Teachers (false) of the Christian Religion defcribd 12 508
Temperance, the Effect of u long Life II°530.
Thammuz or Adonis (a fall n Angel) 1 446.
Thunder, an Effe&t of Adam's Fall 10 666.
Time, respecting Eternity, defin’d 5 580.
Titan, (4; fallin angel) 1 510,
Tradition cenfur d 12 sil. Free of Life Vide Life.

of Kyowledge Vide Knowledge.
Truth, Suffering for it, Fortitude, &c. 12 569.

Tyo

Tyranny, Nimrod's, defcribéd, and cenfured, Origine of it, the Inordinacy of the Paffions 12 86. No Excuse of the Tyrant (tho' Fust in consequence on the subject) 12. 95.

Tyrants, their plea for Conguet, &c. compar'd with Satan's first attempt on Man 4 390.

Twilight defcribd 4 598.

Vacuity, God's Omnipresence 49 argument againf it 7 168.

Valour (or Heroic Virtue,) the common Notion of it censur'd IT 688.

Virtue &c. with loss of Freedom degenerates 11 797. Reafon, and Virtue, the same iz 98.

Vnion Conjugal Vide Conjugal Union

Uriel (the Angel of the Sun) 2 622. His Answer to Satan 3 694. Directs him to the World 3 724. And Pan radise 3 733. Defcends thither himself, and informs Gabriel of Satan's Predescent 4 561. Encounters Adramelec. (a falln Angel) Wounding and puts him to Flight 6 363

Vide Similies, Uzziel(a Guardian Angel of Paradise) 4 782.

W

War, Property the Original of it if 638. The Corruptions of Peace equal to its Watts 11 783.

Waters separated from the Earth, part of the Third Day's Creation 7 282. Vide Similies.

Wife, her Duty in Danger, Diffress, &c 9 267. 11290. Wind, ihe Tempestuous Power of it an Effect of Adam's Fall 10 664 10. 695.

Wisdom, the sum of it, the Love, &c. of God 12 575.

Wolves, (or false Teachers) the Apostles Successors, deo Scribd 12 407.

Woman, Conjugal Obedience her Happiness, &c. 7635 Man's Love towards her, how consistent with his Superiority 8 567. Two of her loveliest Qualities 9 232. The Effe&t of leaving her to her own Will 9 1182. His Superiority over her, given him by God 10 145. 10 195. Ā Novelty, Defect of Nature, &c. (Sarcastically) 10888. The Advantage of her Social, over her Artificial Accomplishments 11. 614. Every way the Cause of Man's Mijery (Sarcastically) 11 632.

Works,

Works, with Faith in Chrift, Eternal Life 12 429.

World, the Convex of its outtermoft orb defcribd 2 478.
By whom poslef (Sarcastically) 3. 444. 3. 463. The Crea-
tion of the World, committed by God the Father, to God
the Son 7 7 163. Defcribd.77 218. Situation of it, refpe&t-
ing Heaven and Hell Vide Earth.

Zephon (a Guardian Angel of Paradise) 4 788. Re-
prehends Satan's first Attempt on Eve there 4 823. Re-
ply to his answer 4.83 4.

Zophiel (a Cherub) 6 535. Alarms the Cæleftial Army,
on the approach of Satan's ta renew the Battel 6 537:

[merged small][ocr errors]
« הקודםהמשך »