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INDEX.

the last century, xv, xvii. the indul-
gence granted them by James II. xviii.
Distress, needless, ii, 190, 191. often fol-
lows long after the commission of sin,
208. how to be removed, 209. folly of
- neglecting religion, for fear of tempo-
rary, 214.
Dog, at the wicket-gate, ii. 20, 25.
Doubting-castle, i. 139–145. demolished
by Great-heart, &c. ii. 143
Dreams, of the day of judgment, xi. i. 35.
Christiana's, ii. 7, 29-31. Mercy's, 64,
65. how far to be regarded, 187, 206.
E

Ease, the plain, i. 130.
Enchanted ground, i. 167–190. ii. 160—

170.

Enthusiasm, i. 232, 266, 315, 316, ii. 187

-197.

Envy, his testimony against Faithful, i.
107. answered, 109.

Error, mount, i. 148. none harmless or in-

nocent, 304.
Evangelist, meets Christian, i. 3. again,
15. overtakes him and Faithful, 97.
Evidences, see Grace.
Examination, self-, importance of, ii. 238.
Experience, Christian relates his, i. 51--
53. Hopeful's, 169-177. of believers,
an useful study, ii. 238.

F
Faint-heart, Mistrust, and Guilt, rob Lit-
tle-faith, i. 154. conversation concern-
ing them, between Christian and Hope-
ful, 158-162.

Fairs, their pernicious effects, i. 269. (See
Vanity.)

Faith, human and divine,i. 109. Nature of,
176, 182, ii. 197. Ignorance's, i. 181,
182. Dead and living, 264, 301. Erro-
neous statement of, ii. 188, 190, 197,

200-202.

Faithful, joined by Christian, i. 73. gives
an account of his pilgrimage, 73-83.
beguiled by Talkative, 84-86. unde-
ceived by Christian, 86-90. proposes
a question to Talkative. and refutes his
answers, 91, 92. answers it himself, and
makes an application toTalkative's con-
science, 93-96.He and Christian over-
taken by Evangelist, 97. arrive at the
town of Vanity, 102. are persecuted
there, 102, &c. Replies to his indict-
ment, 106. answers the charges brought
against him, 109. condemned and put to
death, 111. (See Christian.)
Fear, nature and advantage of right, i.
185, 186, 208. ii. 24, 25, 106, 228, Mis-
takes concerning, i. 186, 230, 237, 301,
318, ii. 106, 228, 229. Of men, 188.
Different kinds of, 211,295,296. Habi-
tual, removed by a clear view of the
gospel,231. Of death, overcome, 322

Fearing, Mr. account of, ii. 98—105.
Feeble-mind, rescued from giant Slay-
good, ii. 122. his account of himself,
123, entertained by Gaius, 122-126.
proceeds on his pilgrimage with Chris-
tiana, 126, &c. passes the black river,
176.

Fire, an emblem, i. 30.
Flatterer, the, draws Christian and Hope-
ful into a net, i. 163.
Flower-garden, an emblem, ii. 38.
Formalist and Hypocrisy climb over the
wall, i. 39. turn aside, 42. ii. 54, 55.
G

Gaius entertains Christiana, &c. ii. 111--
126.

Gentleman-like, the expression, i. 131, 287.
Goodwill, receives Christian at the wick-
et-gate, i. 22. instructs him in the way,
24, 25. receives Christiana, &c, ii. 21.
and Mercy, 22.

Grace, how maintained in the heart, i. 30,
31. Evidences of, 91-95, ii. 236, 237.
Mnason's daughter, married to Samuel,
136.
Great-heart, appointed by the Interpreter
to guide Christiana as far as the house
Beautiful,ii.46. slays giant Grim, 59, 60.
returns home, 62. appointed to conduct
her all the way, 79. kills giant Maul, 93,
94. and giant Slay-good, 121, 122. He
and his companions attack a monster
at the town of Vanity, 136, 137. slay
giant Despair, and demolish Doubting-
castle, 141-143.

Grim, giant, opposes Great-heart and the
pilgrims, ii. 59. is slain by him, 60.

H

Hate-good, judge, i. 106. his address to

Faithful, 108, 109. his charge to the
Jury, 109, 110.

Hearing, vain, without doing, i. 89, 90.
Heart, of man, represented by a dusty
parlour, i. 27. It's deceitfulness, 178
-180. A good one, 179. Its natural
enmity against God, ii. 201.
Heaven, employments of, i, 197. Friends
will be known there, ib. ii. 156.
Help, ï. 9.

Hen and chickens, an emblem, ii. 36, 37.
Honest, Mr. found asleep by Christiana,

&c. ii. 95. accompanies them the rest
of their pilgrimage, 95, &c. passes the
Black river, 178.

Hope and fear duly proportioned, i. 230.
Represented by a golden anchor, ii. 78,

210.

Hopeful, joins Christian, i. 112. inclines
to turn aside to the hill Lucre, 131.
is prevented by Christian, 131, 132.
warns and encourages Christian against
suicide, in Doubting-castle, 141–143.

relates his experience, 169-177.com-
forts Christian while passing the Black
river with him, 195. is received into
the celestial-city, ib. (See Christian.)
Hospital, for children and orphans, ii. 140.
Humiliation, valley of, i. 59. Christian's

conflict there, 60-65. ii. 82, 83, 86.
a pleasant and healthful place in sum-
mer time, 85. Christ had a country-
house there, 86, 87. Not necessarily
connected with terror,82,211. encreased
by clear views of the gospel, i. 37, 177,

232.

Hypocrisy, see Formality. A specious
kind of, i. 282.

I

Idleness, objected to religious persons, ii.
156, 232.
Ignorance, i. 151. his conversation with
Christian and Hopeful, 152, 178-184.
Conversation about him,between Chris-
tian and Hopeful, 152, 153, 177, 178,
184-187. His hopes 152, 178. his
good motions, 178. his good heart, 178,
179. his faith, 181, 182. Is ferried over
the Black river by Vain-hope 201. has
no certificate, ib. is carried back the
By-way to hell. 202.
Imagination, accessible to Satan, i. 244,

247.

Indictment, of Mr. Bunyan, xv. Of Chris-
tian and Hopeful, i. 106.

Indifference, in regard to theological truth,
prevalence of, i. 304.

Innocence, Mount, ii. 147.
Innocent, ii. 32.

Insanity very seldom occasioned by reli-
gion, i. 298.

Interpreter, entertains Christian,i. 25-36.
and Christiana, &c. ii. 31-46.
Intolerancy, evil of, i. 279.
Invitations, to sinners, mistakes about,
ii. 188, 190, 192.

J

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Ladder, Jacob's, ii. 78.
Law, the, cannot sanctify, i. 27, 226.
Knows nothing of mercy,78. Explained
away by those who expect justification
by it, 217, 226. Man's natural enmity
against it, 226, 227. The rule of duty,
ii. 221.

Legality, Mr. recommended to Christian
by Worldly-wiseman, i. 14. exposed
by Evangelist, 19.

Lions, before the house Beautiful, i. 43,

46, 79. Backed by giant Grim, ii. 59.
Little-faith, robbery of, i. 154. Obser-

vations on it, 155-162. Difference
between him and Esau, 157, 158.
Looking-glass, given to Mercy, ii. 149,150.
Lord of the hill, discourse concerning him,
i. 55%

Lot's wife, see monument.
Lucre, hill, i. 130.

M

Map, Great-heart's, ii. 162.
Marriage, ii. 70, 71, 114, 207, 208, 221,

222.

Martha, Mnason's daughter, married to
Joseph, ii. 136.

Marvel, Mount, ii. 147.

Matthew, Christiana's son, taken ill, ii. 72.
cured by Mr. Skill, 73. maries Mercy,
125.

Maul, giant, slain by Great-heart, ii. 93,94.
Mercy, visits Christiana, ii. 11. is per-

suaded to accompany her on pilgrimage,
13, 16. Admitted at the Wicket-gate,
after some delay, 21,22. Her dream, 64,
65. Visited by Mr. Brisk, 70, 71 mar
ried to Matthew, 125. longs for the
looking glass at the Delectable Moun-
tains, 149, 150.

Minister, picture of, i. 26, 27. exposed to
great danger when situated among the
affluent, 288. Duty of praying for, 205.
Ministry, stated, advantages of, ii. 151,
199, 230, 231.

Mistrust and Timorous, i. 43. punished
for endeavouring to hinder Christian, ii.
58.

Mnason, entertains Christiana, &c. ii.
131-138.

Monster, a, attacked by Great-heart &c.
at Vanity, ii. 136.
Monument, i. 133.

Morality, village of, i. 14. A faulty and
defective kind of, put in the place of the
gospel, 216, 219, 226.

Moses, i. 78.

Much-afraid, see Despondency.
Muck-rake, an emblem, ii. 34.

N

Negligence, darkens the believer's evi-
dences, i. 43, 236, 237.

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Not-right, killed by lightning, ii. 125.
O

INDEX.

Obstinate, pursues Christian, i. 4, 5. rc-
turns home, 6.

P

Pagan, giant, i. 71.

persecution may
possibly be revived, 256.
Palace, guarded by armed men, i. 31.
Pardon, by word, and by deed, ii. 23,47,50.
Parlour, dusty, an emblem, i. 27.
Passion and Patience, i. 28, 29.
Persecution, i. 100-112. causes of, 272,
273, 275. See Pagan.
Perseverance, final, doctrine of, i. 30, 31,
228, 303. abused, 253. guarded from
abuse, 297, 309. Means of, 305.
Phoebe, Gaius's daughter, married to James,
ii. 125.

Pickthank, his evidence against Faithful,
i. 108. answered, 109.
Picture, of the pilgrim's guide, i. 26.
Piety, her conversation with Christian,
i. 49-51.

Pilgrimage, objections against it, i. 13. ii.
157, 158. Two things requisite for those
who undertake it, ii. 135.
Pills, Mr. Skill's, ii. 73, 75.
Pleasure, worldly, i. 270.
Pliable, pursues Christian, i. 4. is prevailed
on to accompany him, 6. falls into the
slough of Despond, 8. returns home, 9.
Further account of him, 742 75.
Pope, giant, i. 71.
Popery, fast declines at present, i. 101,256,
271.represented by a monster.ii. 136,137.
prevalence in England before the Revo-
lution, xviii. ii. 227.
Prayer, perseverance in, necessary, i. 174,
175. Why required, ii. 30.
Preciseness, objected to religious persons,
i. 272.

Prejudice and Ill-will throwing dirt on
Innocent, ii. 147.

Presumption, see Simple. Represented by
a ditch, i. 67, 252.

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Profession, worthless without fruit, ii. 38,
196.
Professors, loose, bring a scandal on reli-
gion, i. 87, 88, 96. how such are to be
dealt with, 91-97, 264-267. Em-
blem of hypocritical, ii. 38, 39.
Prosperity, i. 314, 315. ii. 233-235-
Providence, openings of, abuse of the
term, i. 119, 286.
Prudence, her conversation with Christian,
i. 51—53. catechizes Christiana's chil-
dren, ii. 66-69.

Q

Quag, in the valley of the Shadow of
Death, i. 68.

R

Raiment, given to Christiana at the In-
terpreter's, ii. 45.

Ranters, the, assail Mr. Bunyan by one of
their party, who seems to have furnished
the character of Atheist, xii, xiii. Pro-
bably intended by Selfwill, xiii.
Ready-to-halt, joins Christiana, &c and
accompanies them in their pilgrimage,
ii. 127, &c. passes the Black River, 175,
176.
Regeneration, precedes right views of the
glory of the gospel, ii. 201, 202.
Religion, its practical nature, i. 89, 90.
Evangelical, declined after the publica-
tion of the first part of the Pilgrim's
Progress, ii. 54, 190, 203.
Repentance, false, i. 189. Necessity of, i.
75, 209, 210. Folly of deferring it to a
death-bed, 110, 224.
Restitution, final, ii. 201.
Righteousness of Christ, four-fold, ii. 47
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River, of the Water of Life, i. 135. ii. 139.
The Black, i. 193-196. ii. 171-181.
its ebbings and flowings, 171.
Robin, the, an emblem, ii. 38, 39.
Roll, given to Christian, i. 37. lost in the
arbour on the hill Difficulty, 43. found
again, 45. See Certificate.

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Sinai, mount, i. 15, 19, 24. Covenant, | Terror, vain without humiliation, i. 315.
Timorous, i 43. His daughter endeavours
to dissuade Christiana from going on
pilgrimage, ii. 11. her conversation with
her neighbours about her, 14, 15.
Tree, rotten, an emblem, ii. 40, 41.
Trial, of Mr. Bunyan, xv. of Christian
and Faithful at Vanity, i. 106-111.
Turn-away, i. 153. ii. 152.
V
Vain-confidence, i. 137.
Valiant-for-truth, overtaken by Christi
ana, &c. ii. 152. accompanies them the
rest of their pilgrimage, 152, &c. rc-
lates his conflict with three robbers,152,
153. gives an account of his setting out
on pilgrimage, 155-159. passes the
Black River, 178, 179.
Vanity, town of, i. 100. the fair kept
there, 100, 101. Christ passed thro' it,
101, 102. Persecution of Christian and
Faithful there, 101-111. State of, when
Christiana passed thro' it, ii. 132, 133.
W

219.

Skill, Mr. ii. 72. his pills, 73, 75.
Slander, see Prejudice.
Slay-good, giant, killed by Great-heart,
ii. 121, 122.

Spider, an emblem, ii. 35, 36.
Spics, two, i. 66, 67.
Spirit, the Holy, his comforting influences,
i. 135, 136, 291. ii. 139. his teaching,
i. 225. ii. 8, 187, 188. his inward wit-
ness, i. 233.

Spring, at the foot of the hill Difficulty, i.
42. ii. 54.

Standfast, overtaken by Christiana, &c.
ii. 165. accompanies them the remain-
der of their pilgrimage, 165, &c. his
account of Madam Bubble, 167, 168.
passes the Black River, 180.
Suggestions, satanical, i. 22, 69, 222, 244,
254. occasion of good to believers, ii.
193. deterring persons from the use of
the means of grace, 214.
Suicide, i. 141, 142.
Superstition, his evidence against Faithful,
i. 107. answered, 109.

T

Talkative, description of him, 83. be-
guiles Faithful by his plausible dis-
course, 84-86. exposed by Christian,
86-90. His answers to Faithful's ques-
tion refuted, 91-93. leaves Faithful,96.
Tell-truth, ii. 155.
Temporary, once very religious, i. 87.
Reasons of such men's drawing back,
188, 189. manner of it, 33, 190.
Temptations, peculiar, often succeed pe-
culiar consolations, i. 243. (See Apol-
lyon.) vice verfa, 249. are no proof of
spiritual advancement, ii. 214 Believers
drawn aside by, 292. Means to be used
for their removal, 214, 215.

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