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Tax author's religious experience and knowledge of the Fall into the Slough of Despond ; Pliable returns ;
TIE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS FROM THIS Good-will, and sent to the Interpreter's house ; is
shown a picture ; a dusty room ; Passion and
Patience; the fire of grace; the valiant man; the
Chap. III. Bunyan's extraordinary qualifications to in grief, and recovers it; goes on to the Palace Beau-
write the pilgrimage, sanctified by prison discipline.. 9 tiful; encouraged by Watchful he passes the lions,
Casp. V. The inquiry, Was Bunyan assisted in the ber of peace ; sees the study; the armoury; the
CHAP. VI. A bibliographical account of all the editions list forewarns them of persecution ; enter Vanity
of The Pilgrim's Progress published during the Fair; are maltreated ; imprisoned ; Faithful is tried
Chap. VII. An account of the versions, commentaries, IIold-the-world detected; Demas tempts them to
and imitations of The Pilgrim's Progress.......... 62 the Hill Lucre, but they refuse; arrive at the River
The Author's way of sending it forth........... .... 169
Graceless becomes a Christian ; alarmed for the safety tian, reflects upon her former conduct, feels her
of his soal ; is treated by his family as one diseased 89 danger, and agrees with her children to follow her
• Vol. iii., p. 398.
'is reviled by her acquaintanc......
by thieves ; account of his conversion ; the question
debated, that if we shall know ourselves, shall we
know others in the future state ? arguments used by
relatives to prevent pilgrimage ; the Enchanted
Ground ; an arbour called the Slothful's Friend ; in
doubt as to the way, the book or map is examined ;
Heedless and Bold in a fatal sleep ; surprised by a
solemn noise, they are led to Mr. Stand-fast in
prayer, he having been assailed by Madam Bubble... 232
arrive in the Land of Beulah, and are delighted with
celestial visions on the border of the River of Death;
Ciristiana summoned, addresses her guide, and
blesses her children and her fellow-pilgrims; her
last words ; Mr. Ready-to-halt passes the river ;
Feeble-mind is called, will make no will, and goes up
to the Celestial City; Despondency and Much-
afraid die singing ; Honest dies singing, Gracs
reigns ; Valiant-for-truth and Stand-fast joyfully
pass the river, leaving a solemn message to relatives;
joy in heaven on the arrival of the pilgrims; Chris-
tiana's children a blessing to the church....... 240
The deep working of the Foly Spirit with the author's
soul, in its recovery from ruin to the divine favour,
in the form of an allegory called
THE HOLY WAR MADE BY SHADDAI UPON
DIABOLUS, FOR THE REGAINING OF THE
METROPOLIS OF THE WORLD; or, The
Losing and Taking again of the Town of Mansoul.
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Poetical Preface to the Reader by the Author... 251
This Work was originally published in the form of
a continuous narrative; but, to enable the reader
Burder, of dividing it into chapters.
Chap. I. The original beauty and splendour of Man-
soul under Shaddai; her noble castle ; five gates ;
perfection of the inhabitants, the origin of Diabolus;
his pride and fall; his revenge ; council of war to
reduce the town; Diabolus approaches Eye-gate; his
oration ; Captain Resistance slain; My Lord Inno-
cence killed the town taken.......
Chap. II. Diabolus occupies the castle; deposes the
Lord Mayor, Mr. Understanding, and a wall erected
-Messrs. Incredulity, Hlaughty, Swearing, Whoring,
Hard-heart, Pityless, Fury, No-truth, Stand-to-lies,
False-peace, Drunkenness, Cheating, and Atheism ;
three strongholds built-Defiance, Midnight-hold,
Chap. III. The Revolution known to king Shaddai;
his resentment against Diabolus; his gracious inten-
tion of restoring Mansoul; intimations published, but
suppressed by Diabolus; his artifices to secure the
town and prevent its return to Shaddai......
Chap. IV. Shaddai sends an army of 40,000 spiritual
energies to reduce Mansoul, under the command of
Captains Boanerges, Conviction, Judgment, and
Execution, who address the inhabitants powerfully,
but with little effect; Diabolus, Incredulity, Ill-
pause, and others, interfere to prevent submission ;
Prejudice defends Ear-gate, with a guard of sixty
CHAP. V. The Captains give battle to the town, which
resolutely resists; they retire to winter quarters ;
Tradition, Human Wisdom, and Man's Invention,
enlist under Boanerges; they are taken prisoners,
science quarrel with Incredulity; a skirmish......... 276
CHAP. VI. Lord Understanding and Mr. Conscience
imprisoned; the besieging officers petition Shaddai
for a reinforcement; it is approved; Emmanuel, the
king's son, is appointed to conquer the town; marches
with a great army, and surrounds Mansoul, which is
strongly fortified against him......
Chlap. VII. Emmanuel prepares for war against Man-
soul; Diabolus sends Loth-to-stoop with proposals
Emmanuels deputy, this also rejected : preparations THE HOLY CITY, OR THE NEW JERUSALEM,
289 ing-reed explained, and the glory of all unfolded;
modelled, and the image of Shaddai again erected... 304 First, The vision of the Holy City, or gospel church in
Returning out of Antichristian captivity; why the
309 church is called a city; descends out of heaven; has
induce Emmanuel to return.......
324 THIRD, A relation of the glory of the city, its walls,
The glory of the walls ; the glory of the city ; the
and 20,000 Doubters are raised to surprise the town 330 are, and how placed ; the glory of the gates and of
Doubters assault Ear-gate, but are repulsed; the Fourth, The inhabitants of the City, their quality and
The city secure; the gates always open ; the glory
339 and honour of the nations brought into it; none but
CHAP. XVI. A new plot laid to ruin the town, by riches
and prosperity; Emmanuel appears to assist Man- SOLOMON'S TEMPLE SPIRITUALIZED; or,
Casp. XVIII. More Diabolonians condemned; Em- V.-VIII. Who was to fell the trees and to dig the
Bunyan's poetical Epilogue to The Holy War; in the foundation ; the richness of the stones which
his own, and anagramatizes his name.................... 374 IX.-XVII. Which way the face of the front of temple
stood ; of the courts ; the brazen altar; the pillars ;
of the Man that gets to Heaven, together with the the pomegranates; the chains upon these pillars ; the
375 XVIII-XXIV, Of the fashion of the temple; the out-
III. Several reasons for the clearing of the doctrine.... 381 windows, chambers, and stairs............
389 tables ; the instruments wherewith the sacrifices
391 were slain; the candlesticks and lamps ; the shew-
394 tongs ; the altar of incense; the golden censers...o. 183
XLIX.-LXV. Of the golden spoons, bowls, basons, Pilgrim's Progress. Printed and sold by William
flagons, and cups belonging to the temple; the Marshall, at the Bable, in Newgate Street, where you
'This curious and rare copper-plate engraving, on
and the chains in the oracle or inner temple....... 492 engraved from an original impression in 1691, at
we must enter the house.........
533 8. The dresser's interceding shows how the Lord Jesus
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538 11. The supposition that the barren fig-tree may yet
Fourth, Its quality, pure and clear as crystal. PROPOSITION Fiest. The day of grace ends with sonie
men before God taketh them out of the world; Cain,
the term RIVER..
542 PROPOSITION SECOND. The death, or cutting down of
The nature and quality of this water; pure, clear; no
grudge or upbraiding in it; comes from God's very LIFE AND DEATH OF MR. BADMAN.
good ; conduct influenced by doctrines...
551 as a third part of The Pilgrim's Progress ; being
The application of the whole ; this water of lite excel- the downward road of a sinner to eternal misery; his
lent in nature, abundant in quantity, has a glorious setting out; miserable career; wretched in the grati-
head-spring, and a singularly good quality; therefore fication of the basest passions, and awfully impeni-
ought to be abundantly used ; bless God for provid- tent in death........
ing it, and test all doctrines by it............... 557 Five curious and interesting illustrations of the form
and manner in which the Life of Badman was first
A MAP, showing the Order and Causes of Salvation published, being facsimiles of the engravings that
and Damnation. By John Bunyan, Author of The accompanied the first edition...............
The Author to the Reader ......
590 we must use good conscience in buying; charity
to the glory of God in all our transactions ; Badman
accompanied with other sins; Badman given to pil- Chap. XII. Badman's pride, atheism, infidelity, and
envy; of pride in general ; it sticks close to nature ;
CAAP. III. Badman put to be an apprentice to a pious Chap. XIII. Badman in some trouble of mind; he gets
master; had all advantages to be good, but continued drunk and breaks his leg ; it has no good effect upon
........................... 605 atheism will not help him now; a dreadful example
of God's anger; what Badman did more when he
and why; could bear the last master's reproof better Chap. XV. Death leaves Badman for a season, and he
614 kill souls while they cure bodies; the true symptoms
...... 616 CHAP. XVI. Badman's wife's heart is broken; her
riage to a pious rich young lady; neglect of counsel husband; he diverts her discourse; her speech to her
the fruit of her unadvisedness; he drives good com- Caap. XVII. Badman's base language ; he is tricked
pany from his wife............
618 into a second marriage by a woman as bad as him-
CHAP. VII. Badman throws off the mask, and cruelly self; what she was, and how they lived ; he is pun-
treats his wife; seeks to force her from her religion ; ished in his second wife for his bad carriages towards
her repentance and complaint ; the evil of being his first; he is not at all the better ; none did pity
unequally yoked together ; a caution to young him for his sorrow, but looked upon it as a just
maidens; rules for those that are to marry ; Bad-
mau's children by this good wonjan; advantages of Caap. XVIII. Badman, and this his last wife, part as
the children of godly parents; disadvantages of those poor as howlets; his sickness and diseases, of which he
of ungodly parents ; contest between Badman and died; his name stinks when he is dead; that he dies
his wife; his new discourse ; having paid his debts impenitent is proved ; how he carried it to good men
with his rich wife's money, he sets up again, and when they came to visit him in his last illness; how
runs a great way into the debt of many ; there are he was when near his end; the opinion of the ignor-
abundance like Mr. Badman.....
620 ant about his manner of dying.......
Caap. VIII. Badman a bankrupt, and gets by it "hint- CHAP. XIX. Future happiness not to be hoped from a
fuls of money;" how he managed things in order to quiet hardened death; how we must judge whether
upon religion ; such ought to be disowned.............. 628 to hell, proved ; sick-bed repentance seldom good for
; peace in a sinful state a sign of dam-
uses deceitful weights, scales, and measures ; the nation ..
sinfulness of such practices; how Badman did cheat Chap. XX. Without godly repentance the wicked man's
and hide his cheating ; some plead custom to cheat ; hope and life die together; a frivolous opinion; when
they get nothing that cozen and cheat; more of Bad- a wicked man dies in his sins quietly, it is a judg-
man's bad tricks ; of extortion........
ment of God upon the man himself, and also upon
Chap. X. The simple Christian's views of extortion ; his wicked companions that beholdeth him so to die;
the quiet death of a wicked man
the wisest man; David himself was put to a stand
enough to puzzle