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Pandemonium, (or the court of hell,)
its sudden rise—to an exhalation,
via from Arabia Felix, at sea, iv.
Alcinous, 440 ; of Solomon, 442.
his descent from heaven to Para-
271 ; to Mercury, 285.
the Leviathan, i. 199, 201 ; to the
first view of the world-
orb—to a spot in it differing from
to those Hermione and Cadmus
gressive from material nutrition,
tellect, shape, &c. defined, vi. 344.
but for Adam's fall, x. 678.
iii. 565; fed by the air, v. 417;
the sun, 364. (Vide Similes.)
fluences, &c. iv. 661.
power, iii. 571; brightness de-
Sin, her middle parts—to the (sup-
posed) dogs of Scylla, ii. 659; of
the night hag, 662.
reaping, iv. 980.
gardens, &c. iii. 568.
&c. eating the forbidden fruit-
Paradise-to a shooting star, iv.
the creation—to drops on dust,
Sin and Death. (Vide Death and
to Satan, and Death, at hell gates,
effect of it, ix. 1011; its solace,
nancy of the passions, xii. 56; the
deviating from virtue, &c. 97.
mortality discussed, x. 782.
423, 789; their invisible existence
Teachers (false) of the Christian
religion described, xii. 508.
life, xi. 530.
ledge. (Vide Knowledge.)
&c. xii. 569.
censured, xii. 24; origin of it,
the inordinancy of the pas- Wind, the tempestuous power of it,
Wisdom, the sum of it, the love, &c.
&c. compared with Satan's first Wolves, (or false teachers) the
apostles' successors, described, xii.
happiness, &c. iv. 635; man's
love towards her, how consistent
with his superiority, viii. 567 ;
two of her loveliest qualities, ix.
232; the effect of leaving her to
her own will, 1182; his superi-
ority over her given him by God,
x. 145, 195; a novelty, defect of
nature, &c. (sarcastically) 888;
the advantage of her social over
her artificial accomplishments, xi.
614; every way the cause of man's
misery, (sarcastically,) 632.
Works, with faith in Christ, eternal
life, xii. 420.
World, the convex of its outermost
orb described, iii. 418; by whom
possessed, (sarcastically,) 444,463;
the creation of the world, com-
mitted by God the Father to
God the Son, vii. 163; described,
218; situation of it, respecting
heaven and hell, x. 320. (Vide
War, property, the original of it,
xi. 638; the corruptions of peace
part of the third day's creation,
vii. 282. (Vide Similes.)
&c. ix. 267; xi. 290.
Zephon, (a guardian angel of Para-
dise,) iv. 788; reprehends Satan's
reply to his answer, 834.
the celestial army, on the ap-