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A DAM and Eve, after their the Angels appearing to
A Fall, compared to the Jacob in Mahanaim 370

Americans, as first seen by Co To those in Dothan against
lumbus

- 314 the King of Asyria 370
Their Repentance, to Deuca. Their Motion, to an Evening
lion and Pyrrba's Address

Mift

435
to restore human Race after Angels fallen, or infernal, to
their Flood

362 autumnal Leaves 17
Adam carefling Eve, to Jupiter To floating Sea-sedge after a
with Juno, May-lhowers 156 Storm

ibid.
Bower, to Pomona's Arbour Rouang at Satan's Command,

186

to Centinels waking from
Adam awak'd after carnal Frui Sleep on Duty

20
tion, the first Effect of his Imbatteling to the Egyptian
Fall, compared to Sampfor Plague of Locufts 21
thorn by Dalilah 311 To the Irruptions of the
Sorrow on the Vision of No-

Northern Barbarians 2:
ab's Flood, to a Father's : Their Disposition to engage,
mourning his Children all , to that of the Heroes of
deftroy'd in his View at Antiquity

44
once

402 With them, the greateft Ar.
Angels cæleftial, the Spears of mies in all Ages fince the

the Guardians of Paradise, to Creation, Pigmies 45
Ears of Corn ripe for reaping Themselves, to Oaks or Pines

171 blasted
Their March against Satan's Their Searching, &c. for the

Army, to that of the Birds Materials of Pandæmonium,
in Paradise to receive their to Pioneers intrenching, &c.
Names from Adam 206

51
Their Hallelujahs, to the Their Manner of raising it,

Sound of Seas 344 to the Wind of an Organ
Appointed to expel Adam, &c.

from Paradise, their faces Assembling thereat, to Bees
to a double Janus, four

57
366 To Pigmies
Their Eyes, to those of Ar. To Fairies

ibid.
gus

. ibid. Their Applause of Mammon's
Their Appearance there, to Speech in Council, to the

hollow

49

ib:58

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329

hollow Wind after a Storm
Their Rising from Council, 'to
... Thunder afar off 78
Their Pleasure on the Result,

to the Evening Sun after a
foul Day

ibid.
Their after various Pursuits,

Passions, &c. to the Olym-
pic or Pythian Games 29
To the Phänomena of Ar-

mies in the Clouds 80
To Hercules on Oeta 81
Their Numbers composing
Satan's Army againīt the
coeleftial, to the Stars 197

To the Dew-drops.ibid.
Their Applause of Satan's

Reply to Abdiel, to the
Sound of deep Waters 201
Throng'd together, after their

intire Defeat by God the
Son, to a Herd of Goats

i 229
Their Retreat to Pandemoni.
üm from the Frontiers of
Hell during Satan's Expe-
dition to the World, to the
Tartar's Flight before the
Rüss, and the Persian from
the Turk, waling the inter.
mediate Country 335
Their Appearance on the

Tree illüsive of the førbid-
den Fruit, to the Furies

340
The Fruit to the Apples of
Sodom

ibid.
Chaos, Atoms, their Motion, to

the Libyan Quicksands. 96
Confusion there, to forming
a Town

97
To Heaven and Earth, sup-

pos'd falling, &c. 98
Death and Sin, their making a

Bridge over Chaos to the
World, to polar Winds, dri-

ving the Ice together, in the
(suppos’d) North-East Passage

328
The Work, to the Isle of
Delos
To Xerdes making a Bridge

over the Hellefpont ibid.
Death's Instinct of Adam's Fall,

to the Flight of Birds of Prey
to a Field of Battle 528
His and Satan's Frowns on

each other, to two Thun.

der-clouds meeting ... 91
Eve, her Hair, to the Vine's
Tendrils

151
Her Looks, to the firft Bluth
of Morning

177
Herself, to Pandora 163

To a Wood-Nymph 187
To Diana

289
To Pomong

ibid.
To Ceres

ibid.
Her Temptation by Satan, al.

luded to by the Story of O,

Phion and Eurynome 341
Flaming Sword in Paradise on

Adam and Eve's Expulsion

thence, to a Comet 435
Hell; to Mount Ætna in Sicily

14
To the Bog or Lake Serbonis,
in Palestine

83
Michael, his Combat with $a-

tan, co two Planets (the Frame
of Nature suppos'd dissolv'd)
rushing in Opposition to each
other

213
Appearance to expel Adam ,

&c. from Paradise, to a
Man in a military Veft, &c.

371
Pandemonium, or the Court of

Hell, its sudden Rise, to an
Exhalation

53
Paradise, the Air of it, to the

Effluvia from Arabia Felix,
ac Sea
li

Itiels

144

Page Iclelf, to the field of Enna in Sicily

148 To the Grove of Daphne,

&c. in Thellaly ibid. To the Isle of Nysa, where Bacchus was brought up

449 To Mount Amara, in E. . thiopia

ibid. To the Gardens of Adonis

290 Of Alcinous 291

OF Solomon ibid. Raphael, his View of the World

in his Descent from Heaven to Paradise, to that of the Moon through an optic Glass

181 Of Delos or Samos from the

Cyclades Illes 182 Himself, to a Phenix ibid.

To Mercury : 183 Satan, to Briareus, Typhon, and the Leviathan

. 12 To the Sun rising in a Mift 48 In Eclipse

ibid. To the longest Train of a Comec

91 i To Mount Teneriff or Atlas

171 Satan, his Shield compared to

the Moon
His Spear, to a Maft 17
His Standard, to a Meteor 44
The Phänomenon of his Ale

cent to Hell-gates, to a

Fleet in the Offin 86 His and Death's Frowns on

each other, to two Thun

der-clouds meeting 91 Flight to the Court of Chaos,

to a Gryphon's in the Wil-
derness
Towards Heaven, to the

Ship Argo through the

Thracian Bofphorus 101 To Ulyles's Voyage be.

Page tween Scylla and Charybdis

102 Arrival at Light, &c. to a

weather-beaten Veffel towards Port

103 On the Convex of the World's

outermost Orb, to a Vul

ture seeking his Prey "120 First View of the World, to

a Scout's casual Prospect, after a dangerous Journey, of a new Country or City

129 Of the Stars Orbs, to the Hesperian Gardens, &c.

130 Appearance in the Sun's Orb,

to a Spot in it differing from all astronomical Observations

131 Meditation on his intended

Attempt on the World, to

a Gun recoiling 139 In Paradise, to a Wolf preying on a Fold

145 To a Thief breaking in at

the House-top, &c. ibid. To a Tyger in View of a

Brace of Fawns 153 Detected by Ithuriel there, to Gunpowder taking Fire

. 166 Reprehended by Zephon, to a

Steed rein'd, in a Fret 168 His Army against the celestials in Number, to the Stars

197 To the Dew-drops ibid. Their Applaure of his Reply

to Abdiel, to the Sound of deep Waters

201 Himself recoiling on a Blow

received from Michael, to a Mountain sinking by an Earthquake

210 His Combat with Michael, to two Planets (the Frame of

Nature

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Nature suppos'd dissolv'd)
rushing in Opposition to
each other

212
View, in the Serpent, of Pa-

radise and Eve there, to a
Citizen's taking the Air in
the Country from his home
Confinement

291
Shape, transform’d to a Sér-

pent, on his Return to Hell
after the Temptation, to

the Serpent Python 339
His tempting Eve, alluded to

by the Story of Ophion and
Eurynome

341
Serpent, that enter'd by Satan,
to those Hermione and Cadmus

were transform'd to 293
To that assumed by Æfcula-
pius

ibid.
To those by Jupiter Ammon,

and Capitolinus 294
His Motion, Wreathings, &c.

to the Working of a Ship
in shifting Winds, &c. 295

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His Crest, preceding Eve to

the forbidden Tree, to an

Exhalation flaming 298
His Address introducing the

Temptation, to that of an
Orator of the Athenian or
Roman Common-wealths

299
Sin, her middle Parts, to the

suppos'd Dogs of Scylla 88

of the Night-hag 89
Spears, to Ears of Corn ripe for
reaping

171
Stars, their Orbs, to the Hefpe-

rian Gardens, &c. 130,
Sun, his Course curn'd at A-

dam's, &c. eating the forbid-
den Fruit, as at the Banquet
of Thyestes

347
Uriel, his Descent from the Sun
on Paradise, to a shooting Star

158
Waters, to Armies forming

themselves on Sound of Trum-
pet

242

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