Milton - PR3550 .D77 1777 M1

THE ARGUMENT OF THE EIGHTH BOOK. ADAM inquires concerning celeftial motions, is doubtfully anfwer'd, and exhorted to fearch rather things more worthy of know. ledge : Adam afrents, and Rill defirous to detain Raphael, relates to him what he remember'd fince his own creation, his placing in Paradifet his talk with God concerning folitude and fit fociety, his firft meeting o.nd nuptials with Eve, his difcourfe with the Angel thereupon ; who After admonitions repeated departs, ILTON's