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XXIV. k'oph is referr'd to inanimate the Influences of the Stars, and likeor insensitive Bodies; as Minerals, &c. wise by Guardian-Angels, which attend whether simple or compound. These him, and which, in Hebrew, are callid Bodies are, through the Power of God, Ischim, i.e. Strong Men; who are said governed by the Celestial Beings, and to have been the Last of the Angelic their respective Intelligences.
Creation, as Man was the Last of This. XXV. Resch is referr'd to all the Such are the References of the LetProductions in the Vegetable World ; ters of the Hebrew-Alphabet, towards as Trees, Herbs, Roots, &c. and to the the Accomplishment of the Mysteries Caelestial Influences that are derived of the Cabala, extracted, not without upon them.
There is not, say the great Labour, from the Writings of Cabalists, an Herb upon Earth that Rabbi Akkiva, who was, it seems, a hath not its Intelligence, or Influence, most profound Cabalist, and who hath which saith to it, Encrease and multiply been already frequently mention'd in thy self.
the Course of these Papers. They XXVI. Schin is referr'd to all the pass, from God, down to all the Stages Species of the Animal Nature ; as of the known Creation; the Leiter Quadrupeds, Birds, Fish, and Insects, Aleph, the First in the Hebrew-Alphaand every Thing, beneath the Rational bet, being referr’d to God, who is Nature, that hath Life and Motion. the First Cause of all Things, and These reccive, through the Power of who, through his unsearchable Power God, the Influences of the Coelestial and Judgment, comprehends, directs, Bodies, and of their respective Intelli. and governs all Things; working by, gences.
and diffusing his Power upon, Second XXVII. Thau is the Symbol of the Causes ; and, from them, deriving his little World, Man; because as Man, Power upon Third Causes, &c. Which with respect to this World, was the Causes are the Sacred Hosts and PrinBeing created last, so is this Letter the cipalities; who have their different
. last of the Hebrew-Alphabet. He is Degrees of Influence; rising gradualizo govern'd of God, through the Qualities one Class above another, to different of the First Matter, and according to Stages of Power and Persection.
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Abati, family. INF. xxxii. 106. Par. xvi. | Æneas. Inf. ii. 32 ; iv. 122 ; xxvi. 93.
Purg. xviii. 137. Par. vi. 3; xv. 27.
Æneid of Virgil. Purg. xxi. 97.
Æsop. INF. xxiii. 4.
Æthiop. PURG, xxvi. 21. Par, xix. 109.
Æthiopia. INF. xxiv. 89.
Æthiopiars. INF. xxxiv. 44.
Africanus, Scipio. Purg. xxix. 116.
Agapetus. Par. vi. 16.
xxxi. 4. Purg. ix. 34 ; xxi. 92. Aglaurus. Purg. xiv. 139.
Agnello Brunelleschi. INF. xxv. 68.
Agobbio or Gubbio. Purg. xi. 8o.
Agostino. Par. xii. 130.
Aguglione. Par. xvi. 56.
Ahasuerus, King. PURG, xvii. 28.
Alagia. Purg. xix. 142.
xi. 44; xxix. 86; xxxii. 37; xxxiii. xxx. 148.
S3, 91, 100 ; xxxii. 122, 136. Alba Longa. Par. vi. 37.
Friar. INF. xxxii. 118.
Albert of Austria. Purg. vi. 97. Par.
Albert of Siena. INF. xxix. 110.
Alberti, Alessandro and Napoleon. INF.
Alberto degli Alberti. INF. xxxii. 57. Antigone. Purg. xxii. 110.
Antiphon. Purg. xxii. 106.
Apennines. INF. xvi. 96; xx. 65
29. Purg. V. 96 ; xiv. 31, 92
Apostles. PURG, xxii. 78.
Apulia. INF. xxviii. 9. PURG.
Apulians. INF. xxviii. 17.
Aquinas, St. Thomas. Par. X. 98.
Arca, family. Par, xvi. 92.
Archiano. Purg. v. 95, 125.
Aretine, Benincasa. Purg. vi. 13.
Aretine, Griffolino. INF. xxix. 10g;
Aretines. INF. xxii. 5. Purg. xiv. 46
Arezzo. INF. xxix. 109.
Argenti, Philippo. INF. viii. 61.
Argia. Purg. xxii. 110.
Argonauts. Par. ii. 16; xxxiii. 96.
Argolic people. INF. xxviii. 84.
Aries, sign of the Zodiac. PURG, XXX
53. Par. i. 40 ; xxviii. 117.
Par. viii. 120 ; xxvi. 38.
Ark, the holy. PURG. X. 56. PAR. Xx 36
95; XXX. 65; xxxii. 83. Purg. v
122, 125; xiv. 17, 24, 51. PAR. X1
Arnaldo Daniello. Purg. xxvi. 115, 142.
Arrigucci, family. Par. xvi. 108.
Arsenal of Venice. Inf. xxi. 7.
Aruns. INF. xx. 46.
Beatrice. Inf. ii. 70, 103 ; x. 13! ; xii.
88; xv. 90. PURG. i. 53 ; vi. 47;
xv. 77 ; xviii. 48, 73 ; xxiii. 128-
xxvii. 36, 53, 136; Xxx. 73 ; xxxi.
80, 107, 114, 133 ; xxxii. 36, 85, 106;
xxxiii. 4, 124. Par. i. 46, 65 ; ii. 22 ;
in. 127; iv. 13, 139 ; v. 16, 85, 122 ;
xiv. 8, 79; xv. 70; xvi. 13 ; xvii. 5,
30; xviii. 17, 53 ; xxi. 63 ; xxii. 125 ;
xxii. 34, 76; xxiv. 10, 22, 55 ; xxv,
Beatrice, Queen. Purg. vii. 128.
(llenry of Luxemburg). xxx. 36. Beda (the Venerable Bede). PAR. X. 131.
Beelzebub. INF. xxxiv. 127.
Belacqua. Purg. iv. 123.
Belisarius. Par. vi. 25.
Bellincion Berti. Par. xv. 112; xvi. 99.
Bello, Geri del. Inf. xxix. 27.
Benaco. INF. xx. 63, 74, 77.
Benedetto, San, Abbey of. INF. xvi. 100.
Benedict, St. PAR. xxii. 40; xxxii. 35.
Berenger, Raymond. Par, vi. 134.
Bernard, Friar. Par. xi. 79.
139 ; xxxii. 1.
Bernardin di Fosco. PURG, xiv. 101.
Berti, Bellincion. Par. xv. 112; xvi. 99.
Bianchi, White Party. INF. vi. 65.
. 143 ; Billi, or Pigli family. Par. xvi. 103.
Boëthius, Severinus. Par. X. 125.
Bologna. INF. xxiii. 142. Purg. xiv. 100.
Bolognese. INF. xxiii. 103.
Bonatti, Guido. INF. xx. 118.
l'ar. ii. 9; xiii. 7.