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S. A. 718. sails /"., .ind streamers waving
S. A. 16ia had f. their hearts with mirth
C. U>8. and f. their lamps with everlasting oil
C. 550. and /. the air with barbaious dissonance
L'A. 2a /". her with thee, a daughter fair

Plllln£r.-S. 15. 2. f each mouth with envy

Plllfl.-P. L. 3, 731. hence f. and empties
P. L. 7, 88. and this which yields or /". all space
P. L. 11. 336. his omnipresence /". land, sea
S. A. 552. whose beads that turbulent liquor f.

Pllm.-P. L. 11, 412. from Adam's eves the f.

Pllth.-P. L. 10, 6:30. to lick up the draff and/".

Pln.-P. R. 2, ri46. all fish,... of shell or /".

Pinal. -P. L. 2, 142. our /". hope is flat despair
P. L. 2, 563. of happiness and /". misery
P. L. 3, 458. till /. dissolution, wander here
P. L. 6, T9.S. and now to /". battle drew
P. L. 9, 88. of thouehts revolved, his f. sentence
P. L. 10, 1085. end in dust, our f. rest
P. L. 11, 62. so death becomes his f. remedy
P. L. 11. 49a as their chief good and /. hope
P. R. 1, 461. into th(f worid to toiich his/, will
P. R. a 211. the end I would attain, my /. good
S. A. 1171. yet despair not of his f. pardon

Plnally.-P. L. 3, 150. should man f. be lost
S. A. 1296. whom patience f. must crown

Plnd.-P. L. 1, 165. iuid out of good still to f.
P. L. 1, .320. for the ease you f. to slumber here
P. L. 1, 64a at length from us may f,
P. L. 2, 8^3. some worse way his wrath may /".
P. L. 2,344. what if wo f. some easier en terprizc
P. L. 2, 40a whom shall we /. suflicieut
P. L. 2, 406. through the palpable obscure f. o\\*^
P. L. 2, 525. where he may likeliest f. ^
P. L. 2, 802. that rest or intermission none I^ce
P. L. 2, 1011. glad that now his seashoul<j^t
P. L. 3, 24. /'. thy piercing ray and /". no da .
P. L. 3, 131. man tnerefore shall f. grace i
P. L. 3, 145. that man should /. grace
P. L. 3, 2ia where shall we /". such leva



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P. L. 3, 227. man shall f. grace
P. L. 3. 228. and shall grace not f. means
P. L. 3, 453. here f. fit retribution
P. L. 3, 681. in hope to f, who might direct
P. L. 8, 671. 1 may /". him, and with secret gaze
P. L. 4, 448. to thyself canst nowhere f.
P. L. 4, 675. him thy care must bo to f.
P. L. 4, 796. such where ye f. seize fast
P. L. 4, 849. but chiefly to f. here observed
P. L. 4, 93a hero in hope to f, better abode
P. L. 6, 9. his wonder was to f, unwakenod Eve
P. L. 5, 28. sole in whom my thoughts f.
P. L. 6, 49. to r. thee I directed then my walk
P. lu 5, 98. but how glad I waked to f.
P. L. 6, 114. such resemblances, mothinks, I/".
P. L. 5, 429. and /*. the groimd covered
P. L. 6, 494. and /*. no inconvenient diet
P. L. 6, 531. finds no acceptance nor can f.
P. L. 6, 172. still thou errst. nor end wilt /*.
P. L. 6, 341. shame to /".himself not matchless
P. L. 6, 433. now we/*, this our empyreal form
P. L. 6, 453. and too unequal work we f.
P. L. 7, 31. and fit audience f. though few
P. L. 8, 97. beams, unactive else, their vigour/".
P. L. 8, 366. all enjoying, what contentment/.
P. L. 8, 375. with these f. pastime and bear rule
P. L. 8, 433. nor in their ways complacence/".
P. L. 8, 438. f. thee knowing not of beasts alone
P. L. 8, 479. to /". her, or for ever to deplore
P. L. 8, 523. and must confess to/", in all things
P. L. 8, ti24. and obstacle /". none of membrane
P. L. 9, 119. but I in none of these f. place
P. L. 9, 129. for only in destroying 1 /. ease
P. L. 9. 160. hap may /". the serpent sleeping
P. L. 9, 181. soonest he might /. the serpent
P. L. 9, 219. /". what to redress till noon
P. L. 9, 267. with greedy hope to /". his wish
P. L. 9, 388. /". peace within, favour from heaven
P Ji. 9, 370. /. us both securer than thus warned
P. L. 9, 381. may f, us both perhaps far less
P. L. 9, 414. where likeliest he might /*.
P. L. 9, 421. but wished his hap might f,
P. L. 9, 1071. we /". indeed and /". we know
P. L. 9, 1176. to meet no danger or to f.
P. X.. 10, 62. but soon shall f. forbearance
P. L. 10, 844. I f. no way from deep to deeper
P. L. 10, 894. or/", some other way to generate
P. L. 10, 899. he never shall /". out fit mate
P. L. 10. 96a my words with thee can /".
P. L. 11, 22a f. where Adam sheltered
P. L. 11, 890. such grace shall one just man/".
P. L. 12, 40. shall f. the plain wherein a black
P. L. 12, 27a now first I /*. mine eyes true
P. L. 12, 295. they may/, justification
P. L. 12, 522. laws which none shall f. left
P. R. 1, 101. to /*. out and ruin Adam
P. R. 1, 121. where he might likeliest /*. this
P. R 1, 459. for they shall f. thee mute
P. R. 1, 471. where easily canst thou f. one
P. R 2, 59. to f. whom at the first they found
P. R. 2, 131. but /". far other labour
R R. 2, 20a what woman Will you f. though
P. R 2, 38a where no acceptance it can /.
P. R. 3, 39a think not thou to /*. me slack
P. R. 4, 130. tormentor, conscience,/", him out
P. R 4, 33a can I /■. that solace
P. R. 4, 477. bo sure to/*, what I foretold thee
S. A. 17. I seek this unfrequented place to /*.
S. A. 40. ask from this great deliverer now and/".
8. A. 306. but never/", self-satisfying solution
8. A. 42a how thou might,st/". some occasion
S. A. 610. secret passage/", to the inmost mind
S. A. 771. I may, if possible, thv pardon /".
S. A. 1376. shall never unrepentedf. forgiveness
S. A. 1396. 'or we shall/* such engines to assail
S. A. 144a supposing here to /. his son
S. A. 17ia lot but them A. courage to lay hold
S. A. 1726. let us go /'. the body whereit lies
C. 204. yet nought but single darkness do I/*.
C. 804. like the path to heaven, to help you /*.
C. 307. to out /".that, good shepherd, I suppose



C. 500. how couldst thou /". this dark sequestered
C. 606. I'll f. him out and force him to return
C. 644. but now I/", it true, for by this means
A. 12. less than half we f, expressed
L. 7a but the fair guerdon when we hope to /".
S. 9, 8. no anger /. in thee but pity and ruth
"V. Ex. 8a to /". a foe it shall not be his hap
L'A. 6. /". out some imcouth cell
D P. 168. /", out the peaceful hermitage
F. of C. 13. but we do hope to/", out all your tricks
Plndinfir.-P. L. 4, 889. /". way, break loose
S. A. 619. but, /". no redress ferment and rage
U. C. I. 11. but lately /". him so long at home
Finds. -P. L. 8,»22a that f, her way
P. L. 4, 92. in misery such joy ambition f.
P. L. 6, 531. such with him /". no acceptance
P. R 1, 384- fame also f. us out
P. R. 4, 819. in these true wisdom /". her not
S.A.1046.favoured of heaven,who/".one virtuous
Pliid'8t.-P. L. 6, 231. thou /". him
P. L. 8, 586. what hieher in her society thou/".
P. R 1, 496. do as thou f, permission
P. R 4, 486. me worse than wet thou /". not
Fine.— S. A. 702. in /"., just or unjust alike seem
Flnfifer.-P. R 4, 428. who with her radiant/*.
C. 914. thrice upon thy f*B, tip
H. 96. as never was by mortal /". strook
Flnirer8>— L. 4. and with forced /". rude
FlnlBli.-P. L. 4, 661. to f. round the earth
Finished. -P. L. 2, 284. he scarce had /".
P. L. 2, 815. she /"./ and the subtle fiend his lore
P. L. 4, 727. appointed work employed have /*.
P. L. 6, 669. the sun hath /". half his journey
P. L. 6, 141. imaided. could have /". thee
P. L. 6, 522. secret they /". and in order set
P. L. 7, 648. here /". he, and all that he had made
8. A. 1710. and herolcly hath /". a life heroic
Finisher. -P. L. 12, 876. /". of utmost hope
Finlte.-P. L. 10, 802. /". to infinite
Finny.-C. 116. with all their /". drove
Fins.-P. L. 7, 401. of fish that with their /".
Fip.— P. L. 4, 139. cedar and pine and /".
P. L. 6, 674. hollowed bodies made of oak or/".
P. L. 10, 1076 kindles the gummy bark of/".
Fire.-P. L. 1, 48. chains and penal /*.
P. L. 1, 77. whirlwinds of tempestuous (.
P. L. 1. 151. in the heart ofhell to work in/".
P. L. 1, 229. with solid, as the lake with liquid /".
' P. L. 1, 234. fuelled entrails thence conceiving /*.
P. L. 1, 280. prostrate on yon lake of f.
P. L. 1, 298. vaulted with /*.
P. L. 1, 396. passed through /".to his grim idol
P. L. 1, 612. heaven's f. hath scathed
P. L. 1, 671. belched f. and rolling smoke
P. L. 1, 701. imderneath had veins of liquid/".
P. L. 2, 67. f. and horror shot with equal rage
P. L. 2, 69. Tartarean sulphur and strange/*.
P. L. 2, sa where painofunextinguishable/*.
P. L. 2, 141. and purge off" the baser /*.
P. L. 2, 17a should spout her cataract** of/*.
P. L. 2, 864- either with hell /*. to waste
P. L. 2, 434. this huge convex of /*.
P. L. 2, 681. whose waves of torrent/*, inflame
P. L. 2, 595. and cold performs the eff'ect of /".
P. L. 2, 600. from bods of raging /". to starve
P. L. 2, 603. of time thence hurried back to /".
P. L. 2, 647. impaled with circlmg /".
P. L. 2, 912 .nor shore, nor air, nor /*.
P. L. 2, 937. instinct with f. and nitre
P. L. 2, lOia like a pyramid of /.
P. L. 3, 594. as glowmg iron with /".
P. L. 3, 715. elements, earth, flood, air, f.
P. L. 4, 719. who had stole Jove's authentic/*.
P. L. 6, 439. if by f. of sooty coal the empiric
P. L. 5, 893. tliunderonthy head, devouring/".
P. L. 6, 60. them with /. and hostile arms
P. L. 6, 214. flying, vaulted either host with/".
P. L. 6, 245. all air seemed then conflicting/".
P. L. 6, 486. with touch of/, dilated
P. L. 6, 520. pernicious with one touch to /".
P. L. 6, 546. storm of arrows barbed with /*.



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P. L. 6, 680. a reed stood waving tipped with f.
P. L. 6, 849. and shot forth pernicious f.
P. L. «, 876. their ttt habitation ftraught with A
P. L. 9, 392. as art, yet rude, guiltlesd of f.
P. L. 9, 634. wandering/", compact of unctuous
P. L. 9, 1036. whoso eye darted contagious f.
P. L, 10, 107a grind the air attrite to f.
P. L. 10, 1078. such f. to use
P. L. 11, 217. Dothan, covered with a camp of/".



P. L. 11, 441. propitious f. from heaven
11, 472. by /•., flood, famine



P. L.



P. L. 11, 566. where casual f. had wasted woods

P. L. 11, 668. stones and sulphurous f.

P. L. 11, 900. shall hold thoir course till f.

P. L. 12, 182. hail mixed with f. must rend

P. L. 12, 202. in a cloud and pillar of/.

P. L. 12, 203. by day a cloud, by night a pillar off.

P. R. 2, 124. powers of/"., air, water, and eartn

P. R. 8, 220. whoso ire I dread more than the/".

P. R. 4, 201. tetrarchs of /"., air, flood

P. R. 4, 412. water with /". in ruin reconciled

S. A. 1435. and be now a sliield of /".

C. 111. we that are of purer f, imitate

C. 433. in fog, or /"., by lake or moorish fen
L'A. 112. basks at the/, his hairy strength
II P. 94, in /"., air, flood, or under ground

S. 20, 3. and by the/", help wasto a sullen day
H. 28. his secret altar toucned with hallowed/.
H. 159. while the red / and smouldering clouds

D. F. 1. 62. thereby to sot the hearts of men on/.
V. Ex. 40. the spheres of watchful /.

Fired.— P. L. 4, 667. vapours/", impress the air
S. A. 1419. tho well-feasted priest then.^/.

Plre8.-P. L. 1, 346. nether and surrounding/".
P. L. 2, 170. breath that kindled those grim/".
P. L. 2, 213. whence these raging f. will slacken
P. L. 2, 276. piercing/*, as soft as now severe
P. L. 2, 401. to heal the scar of these corrosive/*.
P. L. 2, 709. like a comet burned, that f
P. L. 4, 667. these soft /. not only enlighten
P. L. 6, 177. and ye Ave other wandering/.
P. L. 6, 417. the air those /. ethereal
P. L. 6, 418. cherubic waving /.
P. L. 6, 766. and careering f. between
P. L. 7, 87. distant so high, with moving /.
P. L. 12,^66. zodiac representing the heavenly/.

Flrm.-P. L. 1, 360. down they light on the/
P. L. 1, 654. / and unmoved witih dread
P. L. 2, 36. to union and f faith and /. accord
P. L. 2, 497^. concord holds, men only disagree
P. L. 2, 689. which on /. land thaws not
P. L. 3, 76. that seemed /. land embosomed
P. L. 3, 418. upon the /. opacous globe
P. L. 4, 696. and what higher grew of/.
P. L. 4, 873. stand /., for in his look defiance
P. L. 6, 210. /. peace recovered soon
P. L. 6, 602. retain, unalterablv /. his
P. L. 6, 69. on they move indiasolubly /.
P. L. 6, 242. on / ground a standing fight
P. L. 6, 399. cubic phalanx /., advanced entire
P. L. 6, 634. in slow but / battalion
P. L. 6, 911. / they mieht have stood, yet fell
P. L. 7, 267. partition / and sure
P. L. 7, 362. /. to retain
P. L. 7, 448. others on ground walked /.
P. L. 7, 586. fixed for over / and sure
P. L. 9, 286. thy equal fear that my / faith
P. L. 9, 369./. we subsist, yet possible to swerve
P. L. 9, 1160. hadst thou been /. and fixed
P. L. 10, 295. fixed as /. as Doles
P. L. 11, 71. and in their state though /. stood
P. L. 12, 127. notknowingto what land, yet/.
P. R. 1, 4. by one man's/ obedience fully tried
P. R 4, 292. fancies built on nothing /
P. R 4, 634. rock of adamant, and as a centre,/.
C. 688. this I hold /.-virtue may be assailed
S. 15, 6. thy /. unshaken virtue ever brings
S. 17, 13. therefore on thy/, hand religion leans

Firmament. -P. L. 2, 176. opened, and this /
P. L. 3, 75. firm land embosomed without /.
P. L. 3, 674. through the calm /.



P. L. 4, 604. now glowed the / with living
P. L. 6, 757. over their heads a crystal /.
P. L. 7, 261. again God said, let there be /
P. L. 7, 264. and God made the /, expanse
P. L. 7, 274. and heaven he named the /.
P. L. 7, 844. their office in the / of heaven
P. L. 7, 849. and set them in the /.of heaven
P. L. 7, 390. displayed on the open /.of heaven
P. L. 8, 18. an atom with the /. compared
P. L. 11, 206. that draws o'er the blue /
C. 698. if this fail, the pillared /. is rottenness
Firmer. -P. L. 11, 498. tUl / thoughts
Firmest. -S. A. 796. and hold thee to me /.
Flrmlier.-S. A. \?m. thou wort / fastened
Firmly. -P. L. 6, 430. true ia, less / armed
Firmness. -P. L. 6, 824. by frugal storing/.

P. L. 9, 279. but that thou shouldst my /
First.— P. L. 1, 1. of man's /. disobedience
P. L. 1, a that shepherd, who /. taught
P. L. 1, 19. thou from the /. wast present
P. L. 1, 27. say /., for heaven hides nothing
P. L. 1,28. say /.jWhat cause moved our grand
P. L. 1, 33. who /. seduced them to that foul
P. L. 1, 376. who /., who last, roused from the
P. L. 1, 392. / Moloch, horrid king
P. L. 1, 614. these /. in Crete and Ida known



P. L. 1, 666i shall be perhaps oar /. eruption
P. L. 1, 684. by him f. men also
P. L. 2, 19. did /. create your leader



P. L. 2, 129. /., what revenge?

P. L. 2, 201. this was at / resolved

P. L. 2, 324. still / and last will reign sole king

P. L. 2, 879. counsel / devised by Satan

P. L. 2, 402. but /., whom shall we send

P. L. 2, 617. viewed /. their lamentable lot

P. L. 2, 680. with disdainful look thus/ began

P. L. 2, 690. who /, broke peace in heaven

P. L. 2, 740. till /I know ofthee what thing

P. L. 2, 742. in this infernal vale/, met

P. L. 2, 760. back they recoiled afraid at/.

P. L. 2, 1002./. hell, your dungeon stretching

P. L. 2, 1037. here nature / begins

P. L. 3, 64. on earth he / beheld

P. L. 3, 65. our two /.parents, yet the only two

P. L. 3, 129. the / sort by their own

P. L. 3, 181. man falls deceived by the other/.

P. L. 3, 134. but mercy, /. and last

P. L. 3, 356. heaven removed, where /.it grew

P. L. 8, 372. thee, father, / they sung

P. L. 3, 883. next they sang, of all creation /.

P. L. 3, 419. whose /. convex divides

P. L. 3, 464. / from the ancient world

P. L. 3, 483. and that/, moved

P. L. 3, 549. of some foreign land /. seen

P. L. 8, 662. into the world's /. regions

P. L. 8, 634. but /. he caste to change

P. L. 8, 666. the /. art wont his great

P. L. 4, 6. our /. parents had been warned

P. L. 4, 9. for now Satan, now /. inflamed

P. L. 4, 12. his loss of that / battle

P. L. 4, 121. was the /. that practised

P. L. 4, 192. so clomb this / grand thief

P. L. 4, 244. where the morning sun /.

P. L. 4, 866. Satan, still in gaze as/, he stood

P. L. 4, 408. Adam,/ of men. to/, of women. Eve

P. L. 4, 460. when from sleep I /. awaked

P. L. 4, 495. half-embracing leaned on our f.

P. L. 4, 628. /, with narrow search I must walk

P. L. 4, 670. where he/, lighted, soon discerned

P. L. 4, 624. the east with/ approach of light

P. L. 4, 64a when / on this delightful land

P. L. 4, 710. espoused Eve decked/ her

P. L. 4, 767. father, son, and brother, / were

P. L. 4, 921. courageous chief the/, inflight

P. L. 4, 935. I therefore, I alone,/, undertook

P. L. 4, 947. pretending /. wise to fly nain

P. L. 4, 999. wherein all things created /.

P. L. 6, 124. when fair morning /. smiles

P. L. 6, 137. /., from under shady arborous roof

P. L. 6, 166. him /., him last, him midst

P. L. 5, 265. Del OS or Samos/. appearing, kens



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P. L. 6, 418. and as lowest, f. the moon
P. L. 6, 472. one /. matter all
P. L. by 669. he ofthe/"..ifnot the/: archangel
P. L. 6, la reflecting blaze on blaze f. met
P. L. 6, 92. strange to us it seemed at f.
P. L. 6. 151. hour of my revenge /*. sought for
P. L. 6, 153. the f. assay of this right hand
P. L. 6, 154. since/, that tongue inspired
P. L. 6, 164. at f. I thought that liberty
P. L. 6, 261. visage all inflamed,/", thus began
P. L. 6, 827. then Satan f, knew pain
P. L. 6, 894. then /". with fear surprised
P. L. 6, 661. purest at /"., now gross by sinning
P. L. 6, 724. /•., highest, holiest, best
P. L. 6, 774. but by his own f. seen
P. L. 7. 63. ofheaven and earth conspicuous/:
P. L. 7, 86. how f. began this heaven
P. L. 7, 244.ethereal,^. of things, quintessence
P. L. 7, 252. thus was the/", day even and morn
P. L. 7, 256. exhaling f, from darkness they
P. L. 7, 260. f. evening was, and when f. morn
P. L. 7, 354. for of celestial bodies f. the sun
P. L. 7, 856. unli^htsome A, though of ethereal
P. L. 7, 370. f. in his east the glorious lamp was
P. L. 7, 884. then f. adorned
P. L. 7, 484. f, crept the parsimonious emmet
P. L. 7, 501. [. wheeled their course.
P. L. 7, 636. how f, this world and face
P. L. 8, 90. consider /*., that great or bright
L. L. 8, 96. there f. received his beams
P. L. 8, 284. I f. drew air and f. beheld
P. L. 8, 28a there gentle sleep f. found
P. L. 8, 297. /". man, of men innumerable
P. L. 8, 680. here passion f. I felt, commotion
P. L. 8, 555. as one intended f^ not after made
P. L. 8, 633. but r of all Him
P. L. 9, 26. since/", this subject for heroic song
P. L. 9, 70. though sin, not time, /. wrought
P. L. 9, 97. but f. from inward gnef
P. L. 9, 170. obnoxious, f. or last, to basest
P. L. 9, 171. at/", though sweet, bitter ere long
P. L. 9, 204. Eve /". to her husband thus began
P. L. 9, 2ia or hear what to my mind /T
P. L. 9, 261. whether his /". design be to
P. L. 9, 305. or daring, f, on me the assault
P. L. 9, 86a approve f. thy obedience
P. L. 9, 883. so proud will f. the weaker seek
P. L. 9, 412. since /". break of dawn the fiend
P. L. 9, 511. at f.j as one who sought access
P. L. 9, 566. the /.at least of these I thought
P. L. 9, 571. I was at /". as other beasts
P. L. 9, 616. of that fruit in thee/", proved
P. L. 9, 7ia gods are /"., and that advantage
P. L. 9, 74a yet /"., pausing awhile
P. L. 9, 747. at/", assay gave elocution to the
P. L. 9, 769. which f. hath tasted envies not
P. L. 9, 836. but f. low reverence done
P. L. 9, 848. that morn when /. they parted
P. L. 9, 896. till thus at length /". to himself
P. L. 9, 980. /". by the serpent, by him /.
P. L. 9, 949. me f. he ruined, now mankind
P. L. 9, 1012. far other operation/", displayed
P. L. 9, 1030. since the day I saw thee f,
P. L. 9, 1079. of the f. be sure then
P. L. 9, 1115. how unlike to that/", naked glory
P. L. 9, 1162. to whom, then /".incensed, Adam
P. L. 9, 1186. she f. his weak indulgence
P. L. 10, 89. when f. this tempter crossed
P. L. 10, 109. Eve, more loth, though/", to offend
P. L. 10, 172. Satan,/", in sin, his doom applied
P. L. 10, 316. he /". lighted from his wing
P. L. 10, 326w Paradise /".tending, when behold
P. L. 10, 402. /". make sure your thrall
P. L. 10, 582. had /". the rule of high Olympus
P. L. 10, 604. and firuits, and flowers, feed /".
P. L. 10, 652. the sun had /". his precept so to
P. L. 10, 707. but discord /"., daughter of sin
P. L. 10, 831. f. and last on me
P. L. 10, 960. bear thine own f.
P. L. 11, 65. wrought by sin, that/", distempered
P. L. 11. 67. I, at /"., with two fair gifts created



P. L. 11, 186. Adam and /". matron Eve
P. L. 11, 168. that I, who /". brought death
P. L. 11, 182. nature/", gave signs, impressed
P. L. 11, 188. /". hunter then, pursued a gentle
P. L. 11, 277. from the f. opening bud
P. L. 11, 423. ope thine eyes, and /". behold
P. L. 11, 467. thou hast seen in his/", shape
P. L. 11, 672. he formed f. his own tools
P. L. 11, 591. then /".to marriage rites invoked
P. L. 11, 789. they /". seen in acts of prowess
P. L. 12, 173. but f. the lawless tyrant
P. L. 12, 27a now f. I find mine eyes true
P. L. 12, 320. by judges /"., then under kings
P. L. 12, .331. but /". a long succession must
P. L. 12, 350. the house of God they /".re-edify
P. L. 12, 853. but /". among the priests
P. L. 12, 472. by creation A brought forth light
P. L. 12, 49a spirit, poured f. on his apostles
P. R. 1, 114. attempt at f. against mankind
P. R. 1, 164. by conquest what the /*. man lost
P. R. 1, 165. f. I mean to exercise him in the
P. R. 1, 157. shall f. lay down the rudiments
P. R. 1, 187. which way /".publish his godlike
P. R. 1, 221. /". by winning words
P. R. 1, 277. and /". refused on me his baptism
P. R. 1, 319. who /". with curious eye perused
P. R. 1, 899. at/, it may be
P. R 2, 59. to find whom at the/", they found
P. R. 2, 107. had passed since f. her salutation •
P. R. 2, 183. when I dealt with Adam, f, of men
P. R 2, 244. now hungering /".
P. R 2, 82a or oflfered /". to idols
P. R 2, 427. get riches /".. get wealth
P. R 8, 188. hflth decreed that I shall /".
P. R 3, 196. reign who /*. well hath obeyed
P. R 8, 277. of that /". golden monarchy
P. R 8, 296. who founded /". that empire
P. R 8, 363. the Parthian f. by my advice
P. R 4, 129. expel a devil who /". made him
P. R 4, 137. /". ambitious grown of triumph
P. R 4, 176. the /". of all commandments
P. R 4, 293. the /". and wisest of them all
P. R 4, 604. with the /. I know
S. A. 151. which shall I /. bewail ? thv bondage
S. A. 219. the /". I saw at Timna and she pleased
S. A. 883. did not sho of Timna /". betray me
S. A. 773. f. granting, as I do, it was a weakness
S. A. 781. to what I did thou showedst me /".
S. A. 88a why then didst thou at /". receive me
8. A. 1035. seeming at /. all heavenly
S. A. 1071. 1 less conjecture than when /". I saw
S. A. 1485. that spirit that /". rushed on thee
S. A. 1648. to thee /"., reverend Manoah
S. A. 1562. feed on that f.
S. A. 157a ere I give the reins to grief, say,/".
S. A. 1594. eye-witness of what /". or last was
C. 46. Bacchus, that f. from out the purple grape
C. 82. but f. I must put ofl" these my sky-robes
C. 325. where it /*. was named, and yet is most
C. 469. the divine property of her f. being
C. 672. and /". behold this cordial julep here
C. 96a such court guise as Mercury did /". devise
L. 48. when f. the white-thorn blows
L*A. 114. ere the /". cock his matin rines
II P. 61. but, /. and chiefest, with thee bring
S. 1, 6. /". heard before the shallow cuckoo's bill
S. 12, 12. fur who loves that must /". be wise
S. 13. 2. /". taught our English music
H. 26. the honour /". thy Lord to greet
H. 155. yet /"., to those ychained in .sleep
Cir. a f. heard by . . shepherds* ear
Cir. 26. and seals obedience /.
S. M. 24. whilst they stood m f. obedience
v. Ex. 2. move my /". endeavouring tongue
V. Ex. 11. need'st not be ambitious to be f,
PiPBt-bearot.-P. R l, 89. his f.-h. we know
PlP8t-bom.-P. L. 1, 489. both her f.-b.
P. L. 1, 610. Titan, heaven's f.-h.
P. L. 8, 1. holy light, offspring of heaven f.-h'
P. L. 12, 189. one midnight-stroke, all the/l-fc.
S. A. 391. conceived her spurious /".-&.



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S. A. 1576. abortive as the f.-h. bloora of spring
First-created. -S. A. 83. O f.-c, beam
Flr8t-ft»ult8.-P. L. 11, 22. f.-f. on earth

P. L. 11, 435. from his tillage brought f.-f.
Flrfltllnar8.-P. L. ll, 437./. of his flock
Plrat-Mover'a. -P. L.7,600. groat F.Af.'s hand
Flrst-movlnfir. - D.F.I.89. that high/'.-m. sphere
PlBh— P.L. 1,463. upward man and downward /*.
P. L. 7, 401. and shoals of/*, that with their ftns
P. L. 7, 447. the wat<?rs thus with f. replenished
P. L. 7, 608. by fowl,/., boast. wa.s llown
P. L. 7, 521. over the/, and fowl of sea and air
P. L. 7, 633. over/", of the sea and fowl of the air



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