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A distant view of the gates of the celestial city - 169
Ignorance meets them-conversation with him - ibid.
Apoftate carried by seven devils

171
Robbery committed on Little faith

172
A dispute between Christian and Hopeful

175
The flatterer described
Christian and Hopeful, having been led out of the way
by the flatterer, are taken in a net

184
Released by a shining one, who chastises them

185
Atheist-their conversation with him

186
The Enchanted Ground

188
Hopeful relates his experience

189
They tarry for Ignorance--conversation with him

199
Conversation between Hopeful and Christian about con-
viation and the true fear of God

208
An account of Temporary-reasons for backsliding 209
Country of Beulah

213
Christian and Hopeful pass the river

215
are received into the celestial city 219
Ignorance crosses the river, and is carried to hell from the
gates of the celestial city

224

PART II.

INTRODUCTION to the second part

227
The author in a dream meets Mr. Sagacity

229
Receives from him an account of Christiana and her sons

230
Of the manner in which Christiana was first wrought upon 233
Christiana's three dreams

235
She receives a letter from one whose name is Secret

237
Christiana's discourse with her children

- 238
She is visited by Mrs. Timorous and Mercy

240
She is accompanied by Mercy

242
Mrs.

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259

Christiana relates her dream of these two ill-favoured ones 263

The Interpreter's bouse-a damsel opens the door 264

The Interpreter invites them in

266

Shews-(besides what he had before shewn Christian)-

a man raking straws

· 267

a spider hanging by his hands on a wall

268

a hen and her chicken

270

a butcher killing a sheep

271

a field in which the ears of corn had been cut off,

and only the straw left

a robin gobbling a spider

Profitable fayings

A tree, outside fair, inside rotten

275

Christiana and Mercy relate their experience

276

The bath, the feal, and white raiment

280

Great-heart conducts them to the palace called Beautiful 282

At the cross--Great-heart explains what is “ Pardon by

deed done"

283

The reason why the burden here fell from Chriftian's back 287

Simple, Sloth, and Presumption, hanged in chains 290

The hill Difficulty-the waters are muddied

291

The

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310

Matthew's sickness cured by Mr. Skill

313

Profitable questions which Matthew proposes to Prudence 317

The Interpreter is applied to for Mr. Great heart to be

their conductor

319

Eve's apples— Jacob's ladder-golden anchor-the mount

on which Abraham offered Isaac

320

Mr. Great-heart is sent to be their conductor

322

They are informed of a robbery committed lately

322

The parting between Christiana and the porter

323

Prudence and Piety accompany them down the hill-the

singing of birds

324

Piety goes back to fetch them a scheme of the things

which they had seen

325

The Valley of Humiliation - in which Piety reminds
Chriftiana that her husband fought Apollyon

ibid.

Great-heart's account of the valley.

- 326

A shepherd's boy

327

Further account of the valley

328

A monument of Christian's victory

331

The Valley of the Shadow of Death

332

Here they are terrified with the groans they heard-with

the thaking of the ground--and two montters

333

A pit crosses the road--a mift of darkness falls on them-

the noises seem louder--the smoke and fire more clearly
difcerned

33+
Heedlets

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Heedless is cast into a ditch
Great-heart beheads giant Maul
They sit down to refresh themselves

340
An old pilgrim, whose name is honest, asleep under an
oak-conversation with him

341
The character of Mr. Fearing

345
of Mr. Self-will

355
Alarming report of a robbery

360
They arrive at the house of Gaius
Their reception--and conversation before fupper
A match proposed between Matthew and Mercy
Honourable mention of women
Remarks upon laying the cloth—supper

· 366
After supper they propose riddles
Mr. Great-heart's remarks on If. liii.

371
Giant Slay-good Nain--Feeble-mind rescued

372
Feeble-mind's account of himself

374
Not-right struck dead with a thunder-bolt-Feeble-mind's
remarks

upon
it

376
Matthew and Mercy-James and Phebe, married 377
At their departure Feeble-mind is hardly persuaded to go
with them

378
Mr. Ready-to-halt joins them

380
By the way Great-heart relates many interesting parti-
culars about pilgrims

ibid.
At Vanity-Fair they lodge at Mr. Mnason's

382
Their entertainment, company, and conversation 385
Samuel and Grace-Martha and Joseph, married 389
A moniter receives wound from the pilgrims, of which
it is thought that he will die

390
They leave Vanity Fair
A seminary and tutor for children recommended

393
Giant Despair is fain-his castle demolished-Defpond-
ency and his daughter rescued

394
The Delectable Mountains, where they are kindly re-
ceived by the shepherds

399
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