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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.

235 354 591

Sin, original, the first effect of it, ix. 1011

Slavery, its origin, xii. 86

Soul, its faculties, v. 100. its immortality discussed, x.

782

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Spirits, their invisible existence on earth, iv. 677. their
existence in life, intellect, &c. vi. 344
Spring would have been perpetual within the tropics
but for Adam's fall, x. 678

Stars, their places, appearance, &c. iii. 565. their in-
fluence, iv. 661

Storms, an effect of the fall, xi. 695

Sun, its appearance, power, &c. iii. 571. its annual
course, &c. 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, iv. 218. ix. 69
Tree of knowledge, iv. 220. ix. 575
Truth, suffering for it, &c. xii. 569
Tyranny, its origin, xii. 86

Tyrants, their plea for conquest compared with Sa-
tan'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, vii.

218. its situation respecting heaven and hell, x. 320

Zephon, a guardian of Paradise, iv. 788 823 834
Zophiel, a cherub, vi. 535 537

END OF THE FIRST VOLUME.

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