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* Turn-away, Mrs., iii. 146–* An apostate carried away by Wall of new Jerusalem, great and high-What it teaches,
seven devils, iii. 147.

iii. 411.
Tvelve ; singular applications of the word, iii. 455.

* Wanton, Mrs., assaults Faithful, ii. 118_*Her ball, ii.
* Two-tongues, the Rev. Mr., the parson of By-ends' parish, 177-_* Christiana wishes her a sight of the cross, iii. 192.
iii. 132.

War, the holy, lasts for life, i. 619--Proper to turn an in-
Tyndale's, William, translation of the Bible known to Bun- truder out, iii. 521.

Watch, an emblem of a Christian, i. 430.
Types; clean and unclean beasts, i. 14—Cities of refuge, types * Watchful, the porter, at Beautiful, iii. 106, 196_* The

of Christ, i. 250, 265-Aaron, Moses, Samson, Joshua, shepherd, iii. 144.
David, manna, the lamb, the red cow, types of Christ, i. 396 Watchfulness, its necessity, i. 517—Shown from curious
--- Not so glorious as the antitype, i. 614-Joseph drying similes, i. 619--Nettles and thorns arise and scratch the
liis tears, i. 652—Chestnut rods, and red strakes, i. 670— careless, ii. 544.
Jordan, of death; Ebal and Gerizim, of heaven and hell, Water of life: Christ the conduit-pipe, i. 651—Like Bath
i. 742-Jacob's ladder, of Christ, ii. 10— Adam and Eve, waters, only coveted by the diseased--A river, i. 652—
clothed of God, of imputed righteousness, ii. 250—And Must not be mixed, i. 653—Wlience it comes, and whither
antitype of a covenant, ii. 317-Creation, a type of conver- it goes, iii. 452—Bunyan's account of his Master's, iii.
sion, ii. 418-—-The moon, of the church, ii. 421-All creation 539— The Spirit and grace of God—Not to be taken from
typical, ii. 422-Adam, of Christ, ii. 423_Tree of know- mountebanks, but from God, iii. 540—Runs in valleys;
ledge, of the law, and of the corenant of works, ii. 425, humble ones, iii. 541—Life found only in this water-
426—Ministers typified by the river of God, ii. 426-Eve, Its quantity, a river deep and wide, iii. 542-Its origin,
of the church, ii. 427_Fig-leaf aprons typical, ii. 432— the ocean of grace--Always fresh--The Christian's ele-
-Life, of the millennium, ii. 456-Noah's ark, of Christ, ment, iii. 544-A river to supply a great family-Whence
ii. 464, 465— The rainbow, of Christ, ii. 490-King of it flows, iii. 545—First ran slowly, iii. 546--Now from
Babylon, of Antichrist, iii. 428—Precious stones, of pre- the throne gloriously, 548—Turns all into grace, iii. 550
cious souls, and of precious doctrines, iii. 433,435—Jewish -Its nature and quality, iii. 551-Its effects, iii. 552–
knowledge all from types, iii. 462-Ark of the covenant, a Quantity is as a mighty mountain compared to an atom or
type of Christ, in nineteen particulars, iii. 501-House in ant's egg, iii. 553—No possibility of surfeiting, iii. 554–
the forest of Lebanon, of the church's afflictions, iii. 515. Its purity, iii. 555—Sometimes muddy by man's inven.

tions, iii. 556—The bottom of this river, iii. 557—Use it

abundantly-Live near it, iii. 538—Other waters are from
Unbelief, its source, i. 22-A fine-spun thread, i. 230—A the Dead sea, ii. 559.

nimble-jack, escapes being put to death, i. 370—The first Way: a dead way and a living way, i. 651.
sin that entered the world, ii. 431.

Wealth, the bone of, to be thrown to the dogs-No marrow
* Uncertain, the town of Feeble-mind, iii. 222.

in it, i. 735.
Uncleanness, the wanton eye and wanton talk, ii. 569. Wedding-garment essential to the heavenly feast, i. 375.
Understanding, the Lord Mayor of Mansoul, deposed, and Weeds and barrenness, the effects of sin, ii. 439.
his house darkened, iii. 260.

* Wheel broken at the cistern-Standfast's warning, iii. 243.
Uniformity and peace desirable, iii. 525.

Wicked joy at the godly man's failings, iii. 625.
Union of good works and grace to purchase peace rejected, Wicked men speak by their feet, i. 706—Their awful fears,
iii. 279.

i. 745— Their examination and judgment, ii. 105, 108.
Unworthiness no plea to prevent coming to Christ, i. 708. * Wildhead, Inconsiderate, and Pragmatic, iii. 233.

Will, the, a lord and governor in Mansoul, iii. 262.
V.

Wine, new, in old bottles; spiritual meaning, i. 518.
* Vain-confidence, Mr., perishes, iii. 139.

Wisdom not good until bought, i. 704.
* Vain-glory, the bane of thousands, i. 333_*The town of Wise, the, of this world despise the saints, i. 746.
Formalist, iii. 103.

Women, simple and weak, to be silent in the church, ii. 429
* Vain-hope, the ferryman, iii. 166.

-Easier tempted than men-Their sorrows multiplied-
Valiant-for-truth, a pilgrim-His sword that cut through Subject to man, ii. 438__*Commended, iii. 219.
flesh, bones, soul, and spirit, iii. 233_*llis happy death, Wood, hay, stubble-Man's inventions, carnal ordinances, to
iii. 243.

be burnt, ii. 98.
Valorous acts done by suffering, iii. 516.

Works, good, cannot justify, i. 325.
* Vanity Fair, founded when sin entered the world, iii. 127- World to come better than this world in seven respects,

* Trial and martyrdom of Faithful, iii. 130_*The means of i. 229--Cast behind, and not upon the Christian's back,
Hopeful's conversion, iii. 132-*Mr. Fearing's courageous

i. 276—Dear if bought with the soul, iii. 703.
behaviour at the fair, iii. 214_*Much reformed when Worlilling like a boy after a butterfly, iii. 755.
Christiana arrived, iii. 224.

Worldly employment, rightly fulfilled, a means of grace,
Variety of birds, an emblem of variety of Christians, iii. 750. i. 371.
Venner and the fifth-monarchy men, i. 57.

Worldly glory, a love of, injurious, i. 735.
Vestiges of creation, its best truths published by Bunyan, ii. Worldly Wiseman, a dangerous fellow, iii. 93—*Reasons
422, and note.

why, iii. 95.
Vices under virtuous names-

3-Evil qnestioning difficult to World's enmity: it will seek to keep thee out of heaven with
distinguish from honest inquiry, iii. 330, 332, 366, and mocks, flouts, taunts, threatenings, jails, gibbets, halters,
note.

burnings, and a thousand deaths, therefore strive, i. 370.
Vile-assection and Carnal-lust marry, and produce Impudent, Worship, must be in Christ to be accepted, i. 617—All true

Blackmouth, Hate-reproof, three black boys, and Scorn- rules must be · Thus saith the Lord' - Antichrist takes

truth, Slight-God, and Revenge, their sisters, iii. 263. the place of God, where he orders how we are to worship,
l'ine of Sodom, clusters of Gomorrah-lirapes of gall, i. ii. 75--We worship by faith, others by human inventions,
316.

ii. 444. See Prayer.
*Viol, a musical instrument, played by Christiana, iii. 229.
* Virginals, a musical instrument, played by Prudence, iii.

Y.
20+.

* Young converts, zealous, iii. 103, 108, 178.
Virgins, the foolish, who they are, iii. 450.

* Youth, if cautioned in vain, iii. 182—It makes work for
Voice from heaven, i. 322.

bitter repentance, iii. 202.
W.

Z.
Wages, kept back by fraud--A curse, i. 476.
Walking with God, its vast advantages, i. 740.

| Zeal for the law betrays spiritual ignorance, i. 315.

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PORTRAIT OF BUNYAN—from an original drawing by White,
CHRISTIAN ARMED BY PIETY, PRUDENCE, AND CHARITY,
PANORAMA OF INCIDENTS IN THE PILGRIM'S JOURNEY,
EIGHTEEN FAC-SIMILES OF THE ENGRAVINGS WHICH APPEARED IN EARLY EDITION

PILGRIM'S PROGRESS (printed in the text),
TAIL-PIECE-BEDFORD JAIL AND GATEHOUSE,
CHRISTIAN ADDRESSING HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN,
CHRISTIAN SALUTED BY THE THREE SHINING ONES,
CHRISTIAN'S COMBAT WITH A POLLYON,

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CHRISTIAN, HOPEFUL, AND THE SHEPHERDS,

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152 MINISTERING Spirits MEET CHRISTIAN AND HOPEFUL,

164 PORTRAITS OF BUNYAN ON WOOD_Frontispiece to Pilgrim (Part Second),

171 CHRISTIANA AND HER FAMILY SETTING OUT ON THEIR PILGRIMAGE,

177 THE PILGRIMS COMMITTED TO THE CARE OF GREATHEART,

190 GREATHEART ATTACKING GIANT Grim,

196 THE PILGRIMS ENTERTAINED AT THE HOUSE OF Gaius,

219 EMMANUEL~from the statue by Thorwaldsen,

245 MAP SHOWING THE ORDER AND CAUSES OF SALVATION AND DAMNATION, between page 374 and 375 FAC-SIMILES OF THE FIVE ENGRAVINGS THAT ACCOMPANIED THE FIRST EDITION OF THE

588, 589 LIFE OF MR. BADMAN (printed in the text), DIVINE EMBLEMS—“Fish in the Water,” &c.,

749 DIVINE EMBLEMS—“Horse and his Rider," &c.,

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AUTOGRAPH OF JOHN GIFFORD,
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lviii BUNYAN'S COTTAGE AT BEDFORD,

Ixiv BUNYAN'S AUTOGRAPH,

lxv, lxvi, lxxii BUNYAN'S CHAIR,

Lxxv BUNYAN'S CABINET,

lxxv Personal Utensils used by John Bunyan :POCKET-KNIFE, WITH SPRING,

lxxvi LARGER KNIFE, WITHOUT SPRING- kept open or shut by turning a ferule,

Lxxvi His APPLE-Scoop-curiously carved,

lxxvi POCKET-Box of SCALES AND WEIGHTS, for the purchase of old gold, and dipped or worn

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Works, to place the PREFACE and Life at the beginning of Volume First-when Volume Third is bound separately, place the PREFACE and LIFE at the beginning of that Volume.

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