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THAT WHICH IS TO COME;
THE SIMILITUDE OF A DREAM:
WHEREIN IS DISCOVERED,
THE MANNER OF HIS SETTING OUT, HIS DANGEROUS JOURNEY,
AND HIS ARRIVAL AT THE DESIRED COUNTRY.
BY JOHN BUNYAN.
ILLUSTRATED BY SIX ENGRAVINGS, FROM DESIGNS BY CLENNELL.
OLIVER & BOYD, TWEEDDALE COURT;
THE AUTHOR'S APOLOGY
WHEN at the first I took my pen in hand,
Thus for to write, I did not understand
And thus it was: I, writing of the way And race of saints in this our gospel-day, Fell suddenly into an allegory
About their journey, and the way to glory,
In more than twenty things, which I set down;
Like sparks that from the coals of fire do fly.
Well, so I did; but yet I did not think