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Abel and Cain, their story, xi. 429. alom, and the Patriarchs, story of, xii. 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. viii. 510. entertainment of the angel Raphael, v. 313, 391, 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. o before him, x. 109. their exulsion from Paradise, xii. 265. * * A , 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 dominion, ix. 524, his first view of the Divine Presence, &c. viii. 311. his speech to God on his solitude in Paradise, viii. 357. his passion for Eve, viii. 521. discourses with her on Satan's subtilty, ix. from 205 to 584. soliloquy on her tran ion, ix. 896. resolves to die with her, ix. 907. eats the forbidden fruit, ix. 996. solicits her to submit to sexual F. and their con;". ix. 1081, 1016. speech to her on their fall, &c. ix. 1067. the sentence on him, x. 197. reflects on the immortality of the soul, &c. x. 782. his resolution inst the advio 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. Aonu, a flower, transplanted to heaven, iii. Ambition censured, ii. 482. Ao. obey God from choice, v. 585, engagement the celestial party against Satan, vi. 202, 634. their song on the creation, vii. 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, &c. x. 519, 547. Apostles, their mission, &c. xii. 432. their successors described, xii. 508. Azazel, Satan's standard bearer, i. 534.
Babel, its building, and the confusion of languages thence arising, xii. 38, 48. Boy between the angels described. vi. 202 to 77. Beelzebub described, ii.299. excites an attempt on the world, ii. 245. Belial, speeches of, ii. 119. vi. 620. *:::: originated from the fall of Adam, x. 92, Bridge from the gates of hell over Chaos to the world, x. 293.
Cain and Abel, their story, xi. 429. Cham, his story, xii. 101. Choo,explosion of the general idea respecting it, il. Chaos described, ii. 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, iv. Igz. 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. 955, 961. Conscience, the umpire of God in man, iii. 194. its terrors, iv. 23. x. 842. censure of laws to enforce it, xii. 515. Colo 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, ii. 596. David, why his throne is eternal, xii. 320. Day and might 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, x. 585. subsequent conduct in the world, x. 610. Death, description of, ii. 666. its parentage, ii. 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, etermal, considerations on, x. 808. Deluge, see Noah. Despair, its degrees, &c. iv. 108. Devils, why excluded from§. iii. 129. Diosa censured, ii. 496, the daughter of Sin, x. Dojo, absolute amongst men, unjustifiable, Dreams illusory, iv. 799. natural, v. 110. divine, xii. 611.
Fo a bird of prey, one effect of Adam's fall, xi.
Earth, its creation, iii. 715. vii. 231. its separation from the waters described, vii. 276. speculations on its motions, or that of the heavens, censured, viii. 70. a universal paradise at the coming of the Messiah, xii. 463.
Eden, see Paradise.
#: plagues of, xii. 173.
Election asserted, iii. 183.
Bono, their dependance upon each other, xi.
Enoch, his story, translation, &c. xi. 664, 700.
Eve, see Adam and Eve.
Eve particularly described, &c. iv. 712. v. 379. viii. 46,470, 482, 596, ix. 386, 431, 457, 489, 538, 603, 896. her formation from Adam, viii. 460. her behaviour on seeing him, viii. 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. 610.
God the Father, contemplating his works, &c. iii.
Heaven and earth, their final renovation by fire, xi.
: § 547. subsequent happiness therein, xii.
Heaven, its joys described, iii. 344. its gate, iii. 501.
Hell, description of, i. 60, 228. ii. 587,618. its
hole of heaven, before the revolt, described,
ho Ghost, its diffusion, &e. at the creation, vii.
iii. 37.2. on conjugal love, iv. 750. on the crea-
tion, vii. 180, 252, 557, 602.
Idolatry, its origin, i.364. that of the postdeluvian
Jealousy, the hell of lovers, v. 449.
Innocence, its state described, iv. 312 492, 736. v.
Ingation: of the author, i. 6.iii. 51. vii. 1. xi.
Israelites, relation of their bondage and release,