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D. F. I. 67. swift-rushing b. perdition
Blackest. -P. L. 2, 186. 6. insurrnction

P. L. 6, 616. b. grain, and into store conveyed
L'A. 2. of Cerberus and 6. Midnight born
H. 207. his burning idol all of 6. hue
Blaokmoor.-P. R. 4, 72. to the B. sea
Blade.— C. 651. brandished b.
Blal]lS.-P. L. 12, IhO. botches and b.
Blame.— P. L. 3, 697. exross that n^iches b.
P. L. 4, 758. that I should writ*' th«f'siu or 6.
P. L. 6, 119. leave no spot or b. b^^hind
P. L. 8, 66. to ask or search I b. thee not
P. L. 9, 292. from sin and 6. entire
P. L. 9, 1143. s(»on moved with touch of b.
P. L. 10, 130. conceal, and not expose to b.
P. L. 10, K«. all the b. lights due
P. L. 10, 958. no more contend, nor h. each other
8. A. 848. have yielded without b.
8. A. 1723. no contempt, dispraise, or b.
C. 509. to tell thee sadly. Sheplierd, without h^
H. 41. pollute with siiiful 6.
M. W. 27. whether by mischance or b.
Blamed.- P. L. lo, 959. 6. enough elsewhere
Blamest.— P. L. 8. 612. to love thou b. me not
Blanc- P. L. 10, 666. to the b. moon her office
Bland.— P. L. 6, 5. and temperate vapours b^
P. L. 9, 855. with 6. words at will
P. L. 9, 1047. that with oxliilaratingvapoiur 6^
Blandished. -S. A. 403. with fe. parleys
Blandishment. -P. L. 8, 351. with b.
Blank. -P. L. 3, 48. a universal b.
P. L. 9, 890. astoni^-d stood and 6.
P. R. 2, 120. solicitous and b.
8. A- 471. with confusion 6.
C. 462. adoration ajid b. awe
Blasphemed.- P. L. 8, 166. questioned and &.
P. L. 12, 411. he shall live hated, be b.
8. A. 442. 6. and had in scorn
Blasphemes.— C. 779, b. his Feeder
Blasphemous.— P. L. 5, 809. 6., false, and proud
P. L. 6, 300. refrained his tongue b.
P. R 4, 181. more 6.
Blast.-P. L. L 708. from one b. of wind
P. L. 10, 693. 0., vapour and mist
P. L. 10, 701. with adverse 6. upturns
P. L. 11, 76. the angelic b. filled all the regions.
8. A. 972. with contrary b. proclaims

C. 640. mildew, b. or damp

L. 97. not a 6. was from his dungeon
H. 161. terror of that b.
Blasted. -P. L. 1, 615. on the b. heath
P. L. 6, 372. scorched and b.
P. L. 10, 412. the b. stars looked wan

D. F. I, 1. no sooner blown but b.
Blastlnfif.-P.L.4,928. the 6. volleyed thunder

A. 49. and 6. vapours chill

Blasts.-P. R. 4, 81. from cold Septentrion b.
P. R. 4. 4ia leaden with stormy 6.
C. 846. helping all urchin b.

BlaBe.-P. L 1, 666. 6. far round illumined hell
P. L. 8, 87a the full b. of thy beams
P. L. 4, 818. with sudden b. diflTusod
P. L. 6, 18. b. on b. first met his view
P. L. 9, 108a their 6. insufferably bright
P. L. 10, 453. at that so sudden 6.
P. R. 8, 47. for what is glory but the b. of fam*
8. A. 80. dark, amid the 6. of noon
A. 2. sudden b. of majesty
A. 74 music worthiest were to b.
L. 74 burst out into sudden b.
H. 9. that far beammg b. of majestv

Blazed. — P. L. 1, 194. eyes that sparkling b.
P. L. 6, 306. their shields b. opposit*?
P. L. 6, 775. the great ensign of Messiah 6.



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P. L. 10, 66. b, forth unclouded deity

P. L. 12, 63a sword of God before them b,

S. A. 628. famous now and b.

Biasing.— P. L. 1, ?2d. lamps and 6. cressets
P. L. 6, 767. high on a hill, far b.
P. L. 7, 675. opened wide her 6. portals
P. L. 9, 639. b. with delusive light
P. L. IL 229. I descry from yonder b, cloud
M. W. 70. b. Majesty and Liglit

Bleak.-P. R. 2, 74. shelter .. from the b, air

C. 269. every b. unkindly fog

D. F. L 4. b. Winter's force

Blear.— C. 155. to cheat the eye with b. illusion
Bleatlnfif.-P. L. 1, 489. all her 6. gods

P. L. 2, 494. and 6. herds attest their joy

P. L. 7, 472. b. rose, as plants

P. L. IL 649. ewes and tlieir 6. lambs
Bleed. -P. L. 6, 833. celestiid Spirits may b,

S. 15, la in vain doth Valour 6.
Bleeds.-Cir. 11. now b. to give us ease
Blemish.- S. 22, 2. view of b. or of spot
Bless.— P. L. 10, b21. how would you b, me

A. 60. murmurs made to b.

U P. 84. to 6. the doors from nightly harm

S. 11, 5. cries the stall-reader, B, us

H- 126. b. our human ears

D. F. L 66. 6. us with thy loved innocence
Blessed.— P. L. 2, 847. and b. his maw

P. L. 8, 136. the b. spirits elect

P. L. 6, 6ia cast out flrom God and b. vision

P. L. 6, 267. disturb'd Heaven's 6. peace

P. L. 7, 396. saw that it was good, and b.

P. L. 7, 5:W. b. mankind, and said, *i3e fruitful

P. L. 7, 692. b. and hallowed the seventh Day

P. L. 10, 723. now become accursed of 6.

P. L. 11, 317. his b. countenance

P. L. 12, 148. shall in his seed be b,

H- 25. lay it lowly at his b, feet
Blessedness.- P. L. 7, 69. to mix with i.
Blessing* — S- A. 357. b. with such pomp adorned

M. M. ft. hill and dale doth boast thy 6.
BlessinfiTS.- C. 772. nature's full 6.

V. Ex. 64. 6. on thy sleeping head
Blest.— P. L. 8, 149. resound thee ever b,

P. L. 4, 163. spicy shore of Araby the JB.

P. L. 3, 347. 6. voices, uttering joy

P. L. 4 774. 6. pair, and O yei happiest

P. L. 5, 367. B. Mary second Eve

P. L. 6, lb4. God ever b.

P. L. 8, 640. 1 shall rejoice and all the B.

P. L. 9, 796. of operation 6. to sapience

P. L. 11, 67. call to synod all the B,

P. L. 11, 598. prime Aiigel 6.

P. L." 12, 126. in his seed all nations shall be b

P. L. 12, 151. this patriaich b.

P. L. 12, 277. in whom all nations shall be 6.

P. L. 12, 450. in his seed all nations shall bed.

P. L. 12, 553. thy prediction. Seer 6.

P. L. 12, 57a my Redeemer ever 6.

P. R. 2, 56. mock us with his b. sight

P. R. 2, 68. among women b.

P. R 2, 94. aftlicted I may be, it seems, and 6.

L. 177. in the b. kingdoms

C. 268. by b, song forbidding

C. 329. eye me b. Providence
H. 237. but see the Virgin b.
S. M. 1. 6. pair of Sirens

D. F. L 86. Soul, most surely 6.
Blew.-P. L. 11, 7a he 6. his trumpet
Blind.- P.L. 3, 35. 6. Thamyris. and 6. Mseonldes

P. L. 3, 200. 6. be blinded more

P. L. 8, 452. superstition and b. zeal

P. R. 4, 259. b. Melesigenes

S. A. 68. 6. among enemies

S. A. 366. captive, poor and 6.

S. A. 438. bound and b.

S. A &6a now 6., disheartened, shamed

S. A. 941. how wouldst thou use me now, 6.

S. A. 1106. combat with a b. man

S. A. 1828. make them sport with b. activity

8. A. 1474. captive and I. before tliem



S. A. 1687. though b. of sight

0. 181. the b. mazes of this tangled wood

C. 619. but unbelief is b.

L. 76. comes the b. Fury

L. 119. b. mouths! that scarce know how

S. 22, 14. though 6., had I no better guide

H. 22a b. his dusky eyn
Bllnded.-P. L. 3, 200. blind be 6. more
Blindness.- S. A. 196. now least afOicts me, b,

S. A. 4ia that 6. worse than this

S. A. 1221. bjr his b. maimed

S. A. 1686. with b. internal struck
Bliss.-P. L. 1, 607. (far other once beheld hi b.)

P. L. 2, 86. to dwell here, driven out from b.

P. L. 2, 376. frail original, and faded b.

P. L. 2, 832. a place of b. In the purlieus

P. L. 2, 867. that new world of light and 6.

P. L. 3, 805. though throned In highest b.

P. L. 3, 35a and where the river of b.

P. L. 3, 40a regardless of the b. wherein he sat

P. L. 8, 525. exclusion from the doors of 6.

P. L. 4, 869. into our room pf b.

P. L. 4, 508. shall enjoy their fill of b, on 6.

P. L. 4, 72a love, the crown of all our 6.

P. L. 4, 884. God hath planted here in b,

P. L. 6, 241. from like state of b.

P. L. 6, 297. rule or art, enormous b,

P. L. 6, 617. measure of what b.

P. L. 6, 64a fall from what high state of 6.

P. L. 6, 697. by whom, in b. embosomed

P. L. 6, 52. from God and b.

P. L. 6, 273. Heaven, the seat of b,

P. L. 6, 729. which to fulfil is all my b,

P. L. 6, 892. he sits at the right hand of 6.

P. L. 7, 55. the peace of God in 6.

P. L. 8, 299. thy guide to the garden of b.

P. L. 8, 622. the sum of earthly b.

P. L. 9, 263. perhaps no 6. enjoyed

P. L. 9, 411. of innocence, of faith, of 6.

P. L. 9, 831. Adam shall share with me in 6.

P. L. 9, 879. for 6., as thou hast part to me Is b.

P. L. 9, 916. never shall be pai-ted, 6. or woe

P. L. 9, 1166. lived and joyed immortal b.

P. L. 10, ^. pity, violated not their 6.

P. L. 10, 899. dwell, and reign in 6.

P. L. 10, 60a enter now into full b.

P. L. 11, 48. may dwell in joy and b.

P. L. 11, 70a in salvation and the climes of 6.

P. L. 12, 462. and receive them into b.

P. L. 12, 551. ioy and eternal b.

P. R. 1, -£61. driven with them from b.

P. R. 1, 419. lost b. to thee no more

P. R. 4, 697. throned in the bosom of b,

P. R 4, 612. that seat of earthly 6. be failed

C. 26a certainty of waking b.

C. 741. in mutual and partaken b.
0. 8ia beyond the b, of dreams

S. 9, la passes to b. at the mid-hour of night
8. 14. a to joy and b. for ever
H. 166. then at last oiu: 6.

D. F. I. 7. bewailed his fatal b,
T. 11. etemit y shall greet our b.
Cir. 19. throned in secret 6.

Blissful.- P. L. 1, 5. and regain the b. seat
P. L. a 69. unrivalled love in b. solitude
P. L. 8, 527. the b. seat of Paradise
P. L. 4, 20S. b. Paradise of God
P. L. 4, 0U». passed on to their b. bower
P. L. 6, 2*J2. come into the b. field
P. L. 10, 225. into his b. bosom
P. L. 11, 77. from their 6. bowers
C. 1010. two 6. twins
H. 98. their souls in b. rapture took
V. Ex. 35. see each b. deity

BUthe.-P. L. 9, 625. wily Adder, 6. and glad
P. L. 9, 886. with countenance 6.
P. L. 11, 615. so &., so smooth, so gay
P. It. 4, 585. through the b. air
C. 55. and his 6. youth
L'A. 24. buxom. 6., and debonair
L'A. 66. the milkmaid singe th b.

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Blood. -P. L. 1, 302. besmeared with b.
P. L. 1, 451. suppo&e'l with b. of Thammuz
P. L. 2, (rA. IuilmI with the smell of infant 6.
P. L. 4, H»>-'>. from pure 6. arise
P. L. 10, o27. bcMlropt with b. of Gorgon
P. L. 11, 447. with gusliiiig 6. etfused
P. L. 11, 543. in thy 6. will reign
P. L. 11, 791. who, having spilt much b,
P. L. 12. 170. to b. unshod the rivers
P. L. 12, 2'.»2. the 6. of bulls and goats
P. L. 12, 2M. b. ni«)re precious must be paid
P. K 2, 7S, with infant b.
P. K. 4. l.'Ji*. by their sports to b. imu^d
S. A. 1513. 6., death, and doathful deeds
S. A. 172ti. soaked in his enemies' b.
C. 070. when the fresh b, grows lively
C. 810. Bettlings of a melancholy 6.
S. 12, 14. this waste of wealth and loss of 6.
S. Iti, 7. with b. of S( ots imbrued
S. IH, 10. their martyred 6. and ashes sow
II. 67. unstained with hostile 6.
P. 40. now sunk in guiltless b.

Bloody. -P. L. 10. 278. in 6. fight
P. L. 11, 467. the b. fact will be avenged
P. L. 11, 661. aid which makes a b. fray
S. 18, 7. slain by the 6. Piemontese

Bloom. -P. L. 8, 43. or sight of vernal b.
P. L. 8, 355. the tree of life, began to 5.
P. L. 5, 25. sits on the b. extracting liquid sweet
P. L. 8, 45. how they prospered, bud and 6.
8. A. 1676. the first-born 6. of spring
a 289. of manly prime, or youthful b.

Blooming. -P. L. 4, 219. b. ambrosial fruit

C. 894. laden with b. gold
noomy.-S. 1, 1. on yon 6. spray
Blossom. -£S. 2, 4. spring no bud or &.8h6weth

D. F. I. 4. that made thy b. dry

M. W. 41. the fair 6. hangs the head
Blossoms. -P. L. 4, 148. b. and fruits at once

P. L. 4, 630. those b. also and . . dropping gums

P. L. 7, 326. gemmed tlieir b.

C. 396. save her 6., and defend her fruit
Blot. -P. L. 11, 891. not to 6. out manWnd

P. L. 12, 188. and 6. out three days

8. A. 411. 6. to honour and religion

S. A. 97a the 6. of falsehood

C. 133. makes one 6.

B. F. L 12. to wipe away the infamous b.
Blotted. -P. L. 1, 362. 6. out and rased
Blow.— P. L. 2, ill. b. them into sevenfold

P. L. 2, 717. till winds the signal 6.

P. L. 4, 161. north-east winds b. Sabiean odours

P.L. 6, 192. ye Winds, that from Jour quarters 6.

P. L. 6, 60. trumpet from on high gan b.

P. L. 6, 140. at one b. unaided

P. L. 6, 370. but with redoubled 6.

P* L. 10, 106a the winds b. moist and keen

P. R 1, 817. when winds b. keen

C. 993. 0. flowers of mure mingled hue
II. P. 161. let the pealing organ b.

H. 180. heaven's Urcp <»i>,'an 6.

S. JL 11. angel-truinpets b.
Blo-wtnfif.-P. L. 1, 540. b. martial sounds

P. L. 9, 629. b. myrrh and balm

P. L. 10, 289. when two polar winds, h. adverse

P. L. 11, 842. b. dry. wrinkled the face of deluge

8. A. 10. the breath of heaven fresti ft.
Blown. -P. L. 4. 809. ft. up witli high conceits

P. L. 7, 319. and these scarce ft.

P. L. 9, 679. a savoury odour 6.

P. L. 11, 16. by envious winds 6. vagabond

P. L. 11. 313. ft. stifling back on him

S. A. 1070. what wind hath ft. Mm hither

II P. 128. when the gust hath ft.

1). F. I. 1. no sooner 6. but blasted
Blows.- P. L. 8, 4S8. ft. them transverse

P. L. 6, 22. how ft. the citron grove

L. 4a when first the white-thorn ft.

L. 94. ft. from off each beaked promontory
Blue.-P. L. 11, 206. the ft. firmament

C. 434. ft. meagre hag



C. 894. of turkis ft., and emerald green
A. 61. the harms of thwarting thunder 6.
L. 192. twitched his mantle ft.
L'A. 2L on beds of violets ft.
H. 210. dance about the furnace 6.
Blue-haired. -C. 29. his b.-h. deities
BluslL-P. L. 11, 184. short ft. of mom
BlushlnfiT. - P. L. a 51 1. 1 led her ft. like the mom
P. L. 9, 426. the roses ft. round about her glowed
Bluster. -P. L. 10, 665. with ft. to confound
BlusterlnfiT.-P. L. 2, 286. ft. whids

P. L. 3, 426. Chaos ft. round
Board. -P. L. 6, 343. on the ft. heaps
Boars.- S. A liaa of chafed wild ft.
Boast. -P. L. 1, 693. who ft. in mortal things
P. L. 2, 52. of wiles, more unexpert, I ft. not
P. L. 2, 483. lest bad men should ft.
P. L. 4, 14. nor with cause to ft.
P. L. 4, 87. how dearly I abide that 6.
P. L. 4, luoa to ft. what arms can do
P. L. 6, 11)3. unanswered lest thou 6..
P. L. 9, 966. from whc^se dear side I ft. me
P. L. 11, 86. but let him ft. his knowledge
P. R. 2, 119. without sign of ft.
P. R. 4, 807. his tedious talk is but vain b,
SJl. 1104. ft. hot of what thou wouldst have done
8. A. 1127. to ft. again in safety
C. 76. ft. themselves more comely
C. 27a not any ft. of skill
C. 662. fool, do not ft.

M. M. a hill and dale doth ft. thy blessing
Boasted. -P. L. 1, 610. their ft. parents

8. A, 470. all these ft. trophies
Boaster.- S.A.r227. camest thou for this, vain ft.
Boast'st.-P. R, 1. 409. who ft. release
BoastfuL-P. L. 6. 84. with ft. argument
Boastin£r - P. L. 4, 86. ft. I could subdue
Boasts. -P. R. 1, 144. because he ft.

P. li. 4, 806. when he 1 ists, he leaves, or ft. he can
Bocchus.-P. R. 4. 72. the realm of B.
Bodies. -P. L. 6, 497. your ft. may at last turn
P. L. 6, 674. ft. made of oak or nr
P. L. 6, 754. ft. all and wings
P. L. 7, 364. of celestial ft., first the Sun
P. L. 8, 2a 80 manv nobler ft.
P. L. 8, 87. ft. bright and greater
P. L. 10, 1072. by collision of two ft.
BodinfiT. — See ill-boding.
Body.- P. L. 8, 619. sliadow from ft. opaque
P. L. 4, 6ia man hath his daily work of 6.
P. L. 4, 963. araiy of fiends, fit ft. to fit head
P. L. 6, 47va till ft. up to spirit work
P. L. 8, 622. thou in the ft. enjoy'st
P. L. 9, 779. at once both ft. and mind
P. L. 10, 587. now in ft., and to dwell
P. L. 10, 791. the 6. properly hath neither
P. L. 11, 687. births of ft. or mind
P. R 2, 256. without this ft.'s wa«ting
P. R 2, 478. other o'er the ft. only reigns
8. A. 18. ease to the ft. some
S. A. 62. impotence of mind in ft. strong
S. A. 159. in real darkness of the ft.
8. A. 607. to the ft.'s wounds and sores
8. A. 1706. though her ft. die
8. A. 1725. find the ft. where it lies

C. 47a loth to leave the ft. that it loved
Bog.-P. L. 2, 692. that Serbonian ft.

P. L. 2, 948. o'er ft., or steep, through strait
Bogflry— P. L. 2, 939. quenched in a ft. Syrtis
Boffs.-P. L. 2, 621. ft., dons, and shades of death

P. L. 9, 641. to ft. and mires
Boiled. -P. R 2, 843. from the spit, or 6.
Bolllnfir.-P. L. 1, 706. and from the ft. cells

P. L. 2, 18a yon ft. ocean wrapped in chains

P. L. 2. 1027. whose ft. gulf tamely endured
Boils.— P. L. 4, 16. now rolling, ■>.

P. L. 12, 42. ft. out from under ground
Boisterous. - S. A. 1 164. with those thy ft. locks

8. A. 127a ft. force of violent men

D. F. I. 9. by ft. rape

Bold. -P. L. 1, 82. with ft. words



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P. li. 1, 127. thus answered soon his b. compeer

P. L. 1, 470. against the house of God was b.

P. L. 1, 76a champions b. wont ride in armed

P. L. 2f 204, those who at the spear are 6.

P. L. 2, 88a the 6. design pleased highly

P. L. 2, 67L on b. adventure to discover

P. L. 2, 761. in b. conspiracy

P. L. 4, la though 6. far off

P. L. 4, 864. thy fear, said Zephon 6.

P. L. 4, 882. question thy 6. entrance

P. L. 6, 66. 6. words vouched with a deed so 6.

P. L. 6, 80a thus far his b. discourse

P. L. 6, 876. thus answered 6.

P. L. 8, 235. incensed at such eruption 6.

P. L. 9, 904. though 6. will hardly dare

P. L. 9, 486. then voluble and b,

P. L. 9, ^64. when now more 6. the tempter

P. L. 9, 921. b. deed thou hast presumed

P. L. 10, 161. b. or loquacious

P. L. 10, 521. as accessories to his 6. riot

P. L. 11, 642. giants of mighty bone and 6.

P. R. 2, 312. prophet 6., native of Thebez

P. R 4, 625. Abaddon rues thy b, attempt

a A. ISa the 6. Ascalonite fled

8. A. 1162. to combat thee his champion 6.

C. 397. the rash hand of 6. Incontinence

C. 610. I love thy courage yet, and b. emprise

L'A. 119. throngs of knights and barons b.

Il'P. 110. the story of Cambuscan b.

8. 17, 4. the fierce Epirot and the African 5.

Brut 14. conquer nations 6.

Bolder.- P. L. a la I revisit now with 5. wing
P. L. 9, 52a he, b. now. uncalled
P. L. 11, 9a lest therefore his now b, hand
P. R 4, 180. 6. than that on Eve

Boldest.— P. L. 6, 118. weakest prove where 6.

Boldly.-P. L. 2, 968. Satan, turning &., thus
P. L. 4, 891. and 6. venture
C. 649. b. assault the necromancer's hall

Bold]ieMi.-P. L. 4, 908. what 6. brought him

Bolster.- 0. 353. some cold bank is her b.

Bolt.— P. L. 2, 877. b. and bar of massy iron
P. L. a 491. his only dreaded 6.
C. 445. the frivolous 6. of Cupid
C 760. when vice can b. her arguments

Bolted.-P. L. 4, 190. cross-barred and 6. fast
8. A. 1696. his cloudless thunder b.

Bond. -P. L. 9, 966 I feel the b. of nature

Bondaffe.-P. L. 1. 658. celestial Spirits in b,
P. L. 2, 821. remain in strictest b.
6. A. 152. thy 6. or lost sight
8. A. 270. to love b. more than liberty
8. A. 271. b. with ease than strenuous liberty

Bonds -P. L. 2, 207. exile, or ignominy, or 6.
P. L. 7, 465. then springs, as broke firom 6.
8. A. 42. in b. under Philistian yoke
8. A. 86a the b. of civil duty

Bondslave.- S. A. 38. lower than b.
8. A. 411. yoked her b.

Bond-woman.-P. R 2. 308. fugitive b.-w,

Bone.-P. L. 4. 48a his flesh, his 6.
P. L. 8, 496. I now see 6. of my 6.
P. L. 9, 915. 6. of my 6. thou art
P. L. 11, 642. giants of mighty 6.
8. A. 14a his sword of 6.

Bones.— P. L. 1, 427. the brittle strength of b,
8. A. 1142. all my sinews. Joints, and b,
L. 155. where'er thy b. are hurled
8. 18, 1. thy slaughtered saints, whose b,
W. 8. 1. Shakespeaie for his honoured 6.

Book.-P. L. 1, 3Ga from the 6. of life
P. L. 8, 47. the b. of knowledge
P. L. 8, 67. for heaven is as the 6. of God
C 867. imprincipled In virtue's 6.
8, 11, 1. a 6. was writ of late
8. 18, 6. in thy b, record their groans
W. S. 11. the leaves of thy unvalued b.

Bonnet.— L. 104. his b. sedge

Books. -P. R 4, 821. many 6. are wearisome
P. R 4. 327. deep-versed in b.
S. A. 653. in modern b. enrolled



C. 391. his few b. or his beads
Boon. -P. L. 4, 241 but nature 6. poured forth

P. L. 9, 79a jocimd and d.
Boots. -S. A. 560. what b. it at one gate

L. 64. alas I what b, it with incessant care

U. C. I. la puUed off- his b,
Booty.-P. L. 11, 650. over the plain, their b
Border. -P. L. 2. 861. the utmost 6.

P. L. 4. 18L to the b. comes of Eden
Bordering. -P. L. l, 419. the b. flood

P. L. 2, 181. oft on the b. deep

P. L. 2, 969. lies 6. on light

P. R 1, 19a the 6. Desert wild

8. A. 97a in Judah, and the 6. tribes
Borders.-P. L. 3, 537. Land 6. on Egypt

P. L. 7, 82a with 6. long the rivers

8. A. 780. wetting the 6. of her silken veil
Bore.— P. L. 1, 52a b. semblance of worth

P. L. 4, 591. b, him slope downward

P. L. 6, 837. b. him on their shields

P. L. a 485. 6. with touch of Are dilated

P. L. 6, 64a b. them in their hands

P. L. 7, 470. 6. up his branching head

P. L. 9, 509. with her who 6. Sdpio

P. L. 9, 1176. confidence then 6. uiee oo

P. R 1. 2a and witness 6.

P. R 2, 71. by the birth I 5.

P. R 8, 814. prancing their riders b.

P. R 4, 542. 5. through the air

S. A. 14a b. the gates of Azza

8. A. 1752. b. witness gloriously

C. 63a b. a bright golden flower

L. 6a the muse herself that Orpheus 5.

L. 110. two massy keys he 6.

L*A. la to ivy-crowned Bacchus 5.

II P. 24. to solitary Saturn 6.

Cir. 24. vengeful justice b,

M. "W. 66. highlv-lavoured Josoph h.
Boreas. -P. L. 10, 699. B^ and Caecias
Bom. -P. L. 2, 797. hourly 6. with sorrow

P. L. 2, 860. and heaven ly-6.

P. L. 8, 463. sons and daughters b.

P. L. 4, S2a the goodliest man ofmen since 6.

P. L. 7. 471. Behemoth, biggest 6.

P. L. 10, 584. Jove was b.

P. L. 10, 980. be b. to certain woe

P. L. 11, 49a not of woman b,

P. L. 12, 359. be 6. barred of his right

P. R 1, 65. late of woman 6.

P. R. 1, 140. 6. and now upgrown

P. R 1, 206. I thought 6. to that end, b. to

P. R 1, 245. Messiah now was 6.

P. R 1, 264. knew thee King of Israel b.

P. R 1, 341. to such misery and hardsliip b.

P. R. 2, 72. in such a season b.

P. R. 3, 152. to a Kingdom thou art b.

P. R 4. 506. sung thee Saviour b.

8. A. 11. with day-spring 6.

C. 622. of Bacchus and of Circe b.

C. 1010. blissful twins are to be 6.
L'A. 2. blackest Midnight b.

8. 10, 9. though later 6.
H. a Virgin-Mother b.

D. F. L ^. b. on Enrotas* strand
•Mt. 18. kings be b. of theo

Borne.— P. L. 2, 96a o. through the hollow dark
P. L. 8, 16. through middle darkness 6.
P. L. 6, Sa the testimony of truth hast b.
P. L. 6, 544. shield, 6. even or high
P. L. 6, 77a aloft by angels ^
P. L. 7, 481. her annual voyage, b. on winds
P.L.ll,764.6.mypartofevilonly,pachdnyM()t
P. R 3,9a thy wrongs with yaintly patiinico 6.

Borrow.- Cir. a burn in your sighs, and 6.

Borrowed.-P. L. 1, 4^s3. their 6. gold
P. L. 3, 730. with b. li^'ht
P. L. 4, lia marred his h, visage

Borrower. -C. 68a deal like an ill 6.

Borrowing.— P. L 7, 377. b. her light

Bosky.-C. 313. every b. bourn

Bosom. -P. L. 2, 1036. the b. of dim night



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CONCORDANCE TO MILTON'S POETICAL WORKS.



P. L. 3, 169. Son of my 6.

P. L. 8, 289. I for his sake will leave thy b,

P. L. 3, 279. for him I spare thee from my b.

P. L. 7, 819. made gay her 6- smelling sweet

P. L. 10, 225. Into his blissful b.

P. R. 4, 697. throaAd In the b. of bliss

8. A. 763. a poisonous 6. snake

C. 23. the miadorned b. of the deep

M. W. 69. far within the 6. bright

Bosomed.— P. L. 5, 127. their choicest b, smells
L'A. 78. high ft. In tuftod trees

Bosoms.— CT 368. neaco that goodness 6. ever

Bosporus.— P. L. 2. 1018. B., betwixt the rocks

Bossy.— P. L. 1, 716. with 6. sculptures graven

Botcnes.-P. L. 12, 18a b. and blains

BotJ^-occunilrequenUy.both pronoun and conj.

Bottom.— P. L. 1, 236. leave a singed b.
P. L. 1, 829. transfix us to the 6. of this gulf
P. L. 2, 882. the lowest 6. shook of Erebus
P. L. 4, 19. fi-om the b. stir the-hell within him
P. L. 6, 649. the 6. of the mountains
P. L. 7, 213. up the b. turned by furious winds
P. L. 7, 289. a hollow 6., broad and deep
P. L. 11, 75a all left in one small b,
P. R 2. 289. in a b. saw a pleasant grove
C 838. the water nymphs, that in the b. played
L. 168. the 6. of the monstrous world
C. 682. that brow ihis 6. glade

Bottomless. -P. L. 1, 47. to 6. perdition
P. L. 6, 866. burned after them to the b, pit
P. R. 1, 36L from bliss to the b. Deep

Bouirh.— P. L. 5, a birds on every b.
P. L. 5, 826. fl-om each 6. and brake
P. L. 9, 861. in her hand a 6.
P. L. 9, 995. from the 6. she gave him

Boashs.-P. L. 4, 332. compliant 6.
P. L. 5, 214. their pampered b.
P. L. 5, 42a from off the 6. each mom
P. L. 9, 679. from the b. a savoury odour blown
P. L. 9, 1089. ye cedars, with innumerable b,
C. 849. close dungeen of innumerous b.
A. 50. from the o. brush off the evil dew

BoaArlit.-P. L. 4, 102. short intermission 6.
P. L. 4, 222. knowledge of good b. dear
P. L. 4, 765 not in the b. smile of harlots

Bound.-P L. 2, 236, within Heaven's b.
P. L. 2, 892. ocean without b.
P. L. 8, 26a the Powers of darkness b.
P. L. 8, 639. b. the ocean wave



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