Page images
PDF
EPUB

Salutation of Eve

Difcourfe with Adam on various Subjects

On the perfection, variety, and gradual œconomy of the creation

On obedience, as a duty of choice, not neceffity

On the revolt and defeat of the fall'n Angels

Thence warns him against Satan's temptations
Vanquishes Afmadai, and puts him to flight

On the creation, &c.

On the motion, appearances, and influences of the celeftial and terreftrial bodies

Reply to Adam's account of himself on his creation, &c.
Reply to his question concerning love, and the ex-
preffion of it in spirits celestial

Advice to Adam at parting, and re-afcent to heaven
Vide Similes.

with virtue

Redemption of man, propos'd by God the Father
Undertaken by God the Son

Book Line

V

388

468

Repentance the grace of God

Sincere endeavours towards it acceptable
An act of it

Its efficacy

Reprobation, the state of it

Reptiles, part of the fixth day's creation, defcrib'd

Revolt, and defeat of the fall'n Angels

Rimmon (a fall'n Angel)

[blocks in formation]
[blocks in formation]

Reason, and free-will, the fame

The chief faculty of the foul

V

The being of the foul, difcurfive of men, intuitive of Angels v
In animal creatures

viii

The law of nature

ix

Correlative with liberty

xii

Xii

iv

iv

ix

[ocr errors]

97

203

227

185

191

X 1086

95

108

350

100

486

369

653

83

vi

i

to

22

198

475

577

892 467

Sabbath,

S

Sabbath, its Inftitution, the seventh, after the fix days vii

creation

Satan (the prince of the fall'n Angels) his fall from heaven

Why fo call'd

The folemnity of it defcrib'd

vii

Salvation, not only to the fons of Abraham's loins, but xii

his faith

[blocks in formation]

Speech to the fall'n Angels reimbattel'd

Calls a council

Speech to them in council

Undertakes an attempt on the world (the refult of it) {

Afcent to the gates of hell
Speech to Death there

The father of Sin, and Death
Answer to Sin's speech.
To her reply
Flight into Chaos

Arrival at the court of Chaos
Speech there

Brought fin and death firft into the world.

Afcent to light, &c.

Alights on the convex of the world's outermoft orb

View of the world from the first step to heav'n gate
Defcent to it defcrib'd

Stops at the fun

Discovers Uriel, the Angel of it, there

Transforms himself to a Cherub

Speech to Uriel

Deceives him

Book Line

{

Is directed by him to the world
And Paradife

581

594

449

i

34

i 81 657

i 84

[ocr errors]
[merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][ocr errors][subsumed][subsumed]
[ocr errors]

157

193

iii

985

706

111

242

284

292

315

531 622

727

737

ii 817

917

ii 951

iii

752

430

ii 968

465

629

681

ii 1024

ii 1034

418

iii 588

621

540

561

634

654

681

724

733

Alights

Alights on mount Niphates
Soliloquy, contemplating the fun

The first hypocrite
Arrives at Paradife
Sits on the tree of life

Soliloquy on view of Adam and Eve in Paradise
Defcends from the tree of life, and affumes feveral ani-

mal fhapes

Liftens to Adam's difcourfe with Eve, on God's prohibi-}

tion of the tree of knowledge

Soliloquy on the subject of it

Refolves thence to tempt them to disobedience
First attempt in the affumed fhape of a toad, on Eve

'}

revolt

Speech to the next fubordinate Angel of his party

thereon

The feat of his hierarchy before his fall, defcrib'd
Speech to the Angels of his hierarchy thereon
Reply to Abdiel's anfwer, on his speech to the Hierarchs
of his party
His army defcribed
His port, and poft there
Answer to Abdiel's reply

Battel between his, and the celeftial army, defcrib'd

His prowess in the battel

Encounters Michael

Anfwer to Michael's fpeech thereon
The combat defcrib'd

Wounded by him

Carried off
His army defeated

Retreats and calls a council

Book Line

ii

iv

iv

}

Speech in council

Reply to Nifroch there.

Gives the word for renewing the battel

afleep

iv

Anfwer to Ithuriel and Zephon, reprehending him thereon iv
Reply to their answer
Anfwer to Gabriel
Reply to his answer

iv

iv

To another

iv

The inauguration of God the Son, the occafion of his

}

Renew'd by his army, and the second Battel describ'd {

iv

iv

iv

iv

iv

iv

iv

iv

V

V

V

V

V

739

32

121

vi

vi

vi

vi

vi

vi

131

194

358

vi

vi

vi

395

408

595

512

799

827

851

886

925

968

657

vi

vi

vi 150
from 205

vi

673

756

772

853

to 385

246

79

99

[blocks in formation]

vi 569

670
Speech

Speech on the celeftial army's retreat

His army's intire defeat and expulfion from heav'n de-
fcrib'd

Returns from compaffing the earth, to Paradife by
night, in a mift, in order to his temptation
His circuit, &c. defcrib'd
Soliloquy thereon
Enters the ferpent

View (in that shape) of Eve
Soliloquy thereon

Behaviour to her

Speech to her
Reply to her answer

The difcourfe (his temptation of Eve to eat the forbid-
den fruit) continued

Anfwer to Sin's speech

Parts with them

Afcends his throne at Pandemonium

Speech to the fall'n Angels affembled there

Applauded with a hiss

He and they transform'd to ferpents

Further punish'd with an illufion of the forbidden fruit
Both annually continued

Book Line
vi 608
from 831

vi

Serpent defcrib'd

Saturn (a fall'n Angel)
Scriptures how to be understood
Seafons, their changes, refpecting each clime, an effecti

of Adam's fall

to 877

ix

ix

Leaves her after eating it

His fentence thereon (virtually) pronounced by God

God }

the Son

Returns to hell to avoid his prefence in Paradise
Meets Sin and Death upon their journey to the world on
Adam's, &c. fall

on}

After enter'd by Satan

His fentence (formally) pronounc'd by God the Son,
as the alum'd tempter of Eve

Sideral blafts, &c. an effect of Adam's fall

[ocr errors]

ix

}

Vide Similes.

ix

ix

}ix

ix

ix

ix

[merged small][ocr errors]

Himfelf (the ferpent) drag'd in chains at the afcenfion

xii

of the Meffiah

Diffolution (with the world) at his coming to judg-xii

ment

Vide Similes.

[ocr errors]

X 345

X

x 383

X

410

X

443

X

459

x

504

510

549

575

453

545

i

xii

53

62

99

182

X

ix

ix

424

473

523

532

567

732

784

171

337

X

182

495

163

175

x 692

SIMILES.

512

511

677

SIMILE S.

Adam and Eve, after their fallat first feen by Columbus

Their repentance - to Deucalion and Pyrrha's address}

to reftore human race after their flood

[ocr errors]

to the Americans, }

xi

iv

Adam careffing Eve-to Jupiter with Juno (May-fhowers)
His addrefs to her fleeping-to Zephyrus breathing on 2

"}

Flora

Bower to Pomona's arbour

}

Defires to know the ftory of the creation, prior to his own to thirft unallay'd, increafing Awak'd after carnal fruition, the firft effect of his fall-to Samfon fhorn by Delilah Sorrow on the vision of Noah's flood to a father's mourning his children all destroy'd in his view at

}

xi

once

[ocr errors]

to that of the

Angels celestial, the fpears (of the guardians of Para-Ž
dife) -to ears of corn ripe for reaping
Their march against Satan's army
birds in Paradife to receive their names from Adam
Their hallelujahs to the found of feas
(Appointed to expel Adam, &c. from Paradife)
their faces to a double Janus (four)

Their eyes--to thofe of Argus

Their appearance there-to the Angels appearing to
Jacob in Mahanaim

to}

-To thofe in Dothan against the King of Aria
Their motion-to an evening mist

Angels fall'n (or infernal)to autumnal leaves
To floating fea-fedge after a ftorm

Book Line

Roufing at Satan's command-to centinels waking from fleep on duty

to the

With them-the greatest armies in all ages fince the creation-pigmies

Imbattelling against the Angels celeftial
Egyptian plague of locufts

-To the irruptions of the northern barbarians
Their difpofition to engage to that of the heroes of

antiquity

Themfelves-to oaks or pines blafted
Their fearching, &c. for the materials of Pandemonium
to pioneers intrenching, &c.

VOL. II.

* Ddd

}

ix 1115

}

vii

[ocr errors]

}

ix

[blocks in formation]

xi

xii

i

i

i

i

i

i

8

499

15

377

66

1059

760

980

i

i

129

213

216

628

302

304

331

338

351

549

573

612

675

Their

« PreviousContinue »