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-To the Phænomena of armies in the clouds

-To Hercules on Oeta

Their numbers compofing Satan's army against the celeftials-to the stars

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Their applause of Satan's reply to Abdiel—to the found of deep waters

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Throng'd together after their entire defeat by God the
Son to a herd of goats
Their retreat to Pandemonium from the frontiers of hell
during Satan's expedition to the world-to the Tar-
tar's flight before the Rufs- and the Perfian from
the Turk-wafting the intermediate country
Transformation to ferpents-to those sprung from the

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Their rifing from council-to thunder afar off
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The work-to Neptune's fixing the isle of Delos

-To Xerxes making a bridge over the Hellefpont Death's inftinct of Adam's Fall-to the flight of birds of prey to a field of battel

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The fruit-to the apples of Sodom
Chaos. Atoms, their motion-to the Libyan quickfands
Confufion there-to ftorming a town

-To heaven and earth (fuppos'd) falling, &c. Death, and Sin, their making a bridge over Chaos to the world-to polar winds, driving the ice together in the (fuppos'd) north-eaft paffage

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Her Temptation by Satan-alluded to by the story of
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thence to a comet

Its heat, &c.—to the Libyan air

Hell-to mount Etna (in Sicily)

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Its felf-to the field of Enna (in Sicily)

To the grove of Daphne, &c. (in Theffaly)

To the ifle of Nyfa, (where Bacchus was brought

To mount Amara (in Ethiopia)
-To the gardens of Adonis
-Of Alcinous

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frame of nature, fuppos'd, diffolv'd) rufhing in op-
pofition to each other
Appearance to expel Adam, &c. from Paradife-to a
man in a military veft, &c.

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Pandemonium (or the court of hell) its fudden rife-to an exhalation

-Of Solomon

Raphael, his view of the world in his descent from Heaven
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-To the longest train of a comet
To mount Teneriff or Atlas
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-On the convex of the world's outermoft orb-to a vulture feeking his prey First view of the world-to a fcout's cafual profpect (after a dangerous journey) of a new country or city

The Phænomenon of his ascent to hell-gates-to a fleet in the Offin

His, and Death's frowns on each other-to two thunder-clouds meeting

Flight to the court of Chaos-to a Gryphon's in the wilderness

Meditation on his intended attempt on the world-to a gun recoiling

In paradife to a wolf preying on a fold

-To a thief breaking in at a house top, &c.
-To a Tiger in view of a brace of fawns
Detected by Ithuriel there-to gunpowder taking fire
Reprehended by Zephon-to a fteed rein'd, in a fret
His army against the celestials in number
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His addrefs introducing the temptation
an orator of the Athenian or Roman Commonwealths
Sin, her middle parts-to the (fuppos'd) Dogs of Scylla
Of the night-hag

Spears-to ears of corn ripe for reaping
Stars, their orbs--to the Hefperian gardens, &c.
Sun, his course turn'd at Adam's, &c. eating the forbid-
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Reply to Satan

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Their invifible existence on earth
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Material, &c. faculties in spirits

Vital, animal, and intellectual fpirits progreffive from material nutrition

Their existence in life, intellect, fhape, &c. defin'd Spring perpetual within the tropics, but for Adam's fall Stars, their places, appearances, &c.

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Receive their light from the fun

Stars, and Moon, their courses, influences, &c.
Storms, &c. an effect of Adam's fall
Styx, a river of hell

Sun, its appearance, place, and power
Brightness defcrib'd

Orb fed by exhalations from the groffer

Part of the fourth day's creation
The fountain of light

Setting defcrib'd

Tree of life

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Temperance, the effect of it long life
Thammuz or Adonis (a fall'n Angel)
Thunder, an effect of Adam's fall
Time, refpecting eternity, defin'd
Titan, (a fall'n Angel)
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