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* The Italic numerals refer to the Preface and Life; i. ii. to the Part; and the

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ji. 194

227, 228.

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a baptist church, xiv. ordained ib. ap-

prehended and tried for preaching
Accommodation, of scripture,dangerous, contrary to law, xiv, xv. confined in

Bedford jail twelve years, xvi. i. 203.
Adam the first, i. 76, 77.

chosen pastor of the baptist church
Affections, false, i.8. 210. ii. 201. carnal, at Bedford, xvii. liberated :b. sertles at
their prevalence over reason, i. 28, 29, Bedford, ib. his death, xviii. family,

xix. character, ib
Age and youth, their different advan- Burden, Christian's, i. 1, 206, not taken
tages, ii. 119, 120, 223, 244.

off at the wicket-gate, 25, 224. falls
Agcd, christians often experience much

off at the cross, 37, 231.
peace and comfort, i. 302, 320. Business, danger of too much,ii.233,234.
Anchor, golden, ii. 78.

By-ends, Mr. overtaken by Christian and
Angels, guardian, i. 193, 321.

Hopeful, i. 112. His kindred, 113, re-
Antinomianism, ii. 107-109.

ligious principles, 114, U7, ii. 130.
Apollyon, meets Christian, i. 60, ii. 86

Left by Christian and Hopeful, i. 115.
tempts, reproaches, and threatens

overtaken by Hold-the-world, Money-
him, i. 61-63. ašsaults him, 64. is Jove, and Save-all, 116. gives them an
put to fight, 65

account of Christian and Hopeful, 116,
Apostates, i 32-34,150,230, 257,305. 117. propounds a question to them,
dying in despair, 299.

which is answered by Money-love, 118
Apples, Eve's, ij. 78

They propose it to Christian
Appropriation, erroneous notion re and Hopeful, 120. are silenced and put
specting, ij. 20.1.

to shame by Christian, 129, 130. arc
Arbour, on the hill Difficulty, i. 43, fatally seduced, 132.

ii. 56. on the enchanted ground, 161. By-path-meadow, i. 136, 137
Armoury, at the house Beautiful i. 57. By-way, to hell, i. 149, 150, ii. 148.
Assurance, not of the essence of faith, i.

С
251, ii. 221. genuine, always accom Candour, false, i. 304.
panied by holy obcdience, i. 301.

Caution, Mount, i. 148.
Atheism, long hypocritical profession of

Certificate, given in by Christian and
the gospel, not unlikely to issue in,

Hopeful at the celestial gate, i. 200.
i. 313, 314.

Christiana receives one from Secret, și.
Atheist, derides Christian and Hopeful,

9

Sec Roll.
1.166. character of, probably taken from Charity, her conversation with Christian,
a particular person, xiii.

1.53,54 Mount, 148. Without judgment
B

leads into errors, 26..
Back sliders, i. 253

Christ, how revealed to the soul,i 94, 175,
Bath, the Interpreter's, ii. 45.

176, 183. what meant by the expression
Beautiful, palace, i. 46. Christian enter 266,315.effects of such a revclation, 177.

tained there, 49—;9 Christiana &c. passed through Vanity fair, 101, 102.His
entertained there, ii. 61–80.

merits sufficient for all, though effectual
Beelzebub, his castle, i. 22. his dog, ii. only for some, ii. 40, 196. his four kind
20, 25.

of righteousness, ii. 47-50.
Believers, weak, ii. 126, 226.

Children, are to be early commended to
Beulah,country of, i. 190, &c.ii 170,&c. the Lord by prayer, 140, 227. dutyof
Bigotry, i. 304.

instructing them in religion, ii. 206.
Bloody-man, see Grim.

Christian, his distress on account of his
Brisk, Mr. visits Mercy, ii. 70, 71. burden,i.1, 2. Directed by Evangelist to
Bubble, Madam, assails Standfast, ii. the wicket-gate, 3, 4. falls into the

107. description and character of, 163, slough of despond, 8, 9 mcets World-
169.

ly-wise-man, 11. turns aside to go to
Bunyan, Mr his parents, ix,occupation,ix. Legality, 15. met by Evangelist, 15-
early profligacy,x,xi.his life remarkably

21. admitted at the wicket-gate, 22.
preserved, * his diep convictions and

entertained by the Interprcter, 25–36.
impressions ix-xi. reformation, xi.

loses his burden at the cross, 3. goes
and conversion, xii. Assailed by the up to the hill Difficulty, 42. slecps
Ranters, xii, xiii, his perplexities and in the arbour and loses his roll, 43.
temptations, xiii, xiv, xx. i. 244. joins returns and finis his roll, 44, 45. en-

tertained at the house Beautiful, 47 232, 238, 246. genuine, distinguished
-59. is armed, 59. goes down into from false, 233. not, in itself, a ground
the valley of humiliation, ib. meets

of confidence, 317.
Apollyon, 60. his combat with him, Communion, of saints, i. 46, 49, 238,239.
64, ii, 82, 86, 87. his victory, i. 65.

admission to, 47, 240:
Passes through the valley of the shadow Conflict, the christian's inward, i. 30, 31.
of death, 68-72. overtakes Faithful, outward, 31, 32, 229.
73. exposcs Talkative, 86–90. He and Conviction, of sin, i. 1. 169, 206, 207.
Faithful overtaken by Evangelist, 197. Conversion, circumstances attending it
arrive at Vanity, 102. persecuted there, are of little moment, ii. 190.
103-111. Is joined by Hopeful, 112. in- Corn-field, an emblem, ii. 38.
tited by Demas to a silver mine, 131, Covetousness, i. 283, 284.
132. He and Hopeful turn aside into Cross, the, i. 37. ii. 46.
By-path meadow, 137. are taken by

D
giant Despair, and confined in Doubt-
ing-castle, 139-144. They escape, Death, represented by a river without a
145. are entertained at the delectabic bridge, i. 193–196. ii. 171-181. fear
mountains, 146–191. drawn into a of, how overcome, i. 322. meeting it
net by the Flatterer, 163. are liberated with composure, no proof of a safe state
and chastized by a shining one, 164,

324. often most pcaccful to the most
365. pass over the enchanted ground, timid, ii. 104, 219, 237.
167—190. arrive in the country of Debts, unjust to contract them by false
Beulah, 190. come to the Black river, appearances of affluence, i. 283. ill ef-
193. cross it and enter the celestial city

fects of ministers contracting them, ib.
triumphantly,194—203!Report sof, after Deceivers, folly of neglecting religion for
his death, ii. 3, 155, 159. his ancestors,

fear of being led away by them, ii. 158,
113. (Sce Faithful, and Hopeful.)

233.
Christiana, Sagacity's account of her and Delectable mountains, i. 58, 146-151.
her sons, ii. 5--19, her distress, 5, 6. her

ii. 145--151.
dreams, 7. Visited by Secrct, 8, by Ti- Demas, invites Christian and Hopeful to
morous and Mercy, 10-13. Sets out

turn aside to a silver mine, i. 131. his
on pilgrimage with her four sons and pedigree, 132 .Seduces By-ends, &c. ib.
Mercy, 16. passes the slough of Des- | Desire of grace is grace, an ambiguous
pond, 18, 19. admitted at the wicket and improper expression, i. 316.
gate, 21. assaulted by two men, 27, 28. Despair represented by an iron cage, i.
entertained by the Interpreter, 31–46.

32. how far a believer may fall under
attended on her journey by Great-heart, its power, 297. Giant, takes Christian
46. arrives at the cross, ib. goes up the

and Hopeful prisoners, 139, 140. bis
hill Difficulty, 55, 56. entertained at the cruelty to them,140,141,144. bis fits 141.
house Beautiful, 62–80. passes thro'

Men whose eyes had been put out by him,
the valley of humiliation, 82-88. and 149, Slain by Great-heart and his com-
the valley of the shadow of death, 89 panions, ii. 142.
-92. cntertained by Gaius, 111-126. Despond, slough of, i. 8—10. ii. 18, 19.
arrives at Vanity, 130. entertained steps over, i. 10, 11. all pass it, 10. 214.
there by Mnason, 131-138. comes to grew worse after Christian passed it,
the River of the Water of Life, 139. en-

ii. 18.
tertained at the delectable mountains, Despondency, whence it arises, i. 208,
145-151.crosses the enchantedground, 211, 213. how to be removed 220.
160-170.arrives in the country of Beu represented by a quag, 68, 252, 253.
lah, 170. receives a summons to go to Mr. and his daughter Much-afraid, res-
the celestial city, 172. prepares to obey

cued from Doubting-castle, ü. 143,
it, 172, 173. Her address to her chila pass the Black river, 177.
dren and companions, 173, 174. Passes Destruction, city of, i. 2, 73, 74. ii. 2.
the black river and is received at the Difficulty, the hill, i. 41. ii. 55
celestial city, 174, 175.

Diffidence, giant Despair's wife, i. 140.
Civility, son of Legality, i. 14, 20.

slain by Honest, ii. 142.
Clergy, that they are gentlemen by pro-

Discontent,
fession, a dangerous idea, i. 288, 289. Discretion, her discourse with Christian,
Cicar, mount, i. 150, 151.

i. 48.
Comfort, not to be too hastily adminis. Disloyalty, charged upon professors of the

tered, i. 17, 218. ii. 209. in what man. gospel, i. 276, ill cffects of, in them,ib.
ner, i. 220. ii. 192. difference between a Dissenters, their successful opposition to
young convert's andan established chris popery, in the last century, xviii. ii.
tian's, i, 224. source of genuine, 220, 136, 137, 227. persecution of them in

į. 79.

INDEX.

the last century, xv, xvii. the indul- | Fearing, Mr. account of, ii. 98-105.
gence granted them by James II. xviii. Feeble-mind, rescued from giant Slay.
Distress, needless, ii, 190, 191. often fol good, ii. 122. his account of himself,

lows long after the commission of sin, 123, entertained by Gaius, 122-126.
208. how to be removed, 209. folly of proceeds on his pilgrimage with Chris.
- neglecting religion, for fear of tempo tiana, 126, &c. passes the black river,
rary, 214.

176.
Dog, at the wicket-gate, ii. 20, 25. Fire, an emblem, i. 30.
Doubting-castle, i. 139–145. demolished Flatterer, the, draws Christian and Hope.
by Great-heart, &c. ii. 143.

ful into a net, i. 163.
Dreams, of the day of judgment, xi. i. 35. Flower-garden, an emblem, ii. 38.

Christiana's, ii. 7,29–31. Mercy's, 64, Formalist and Hypocrisy climb over the
65. how far to be regarded, 187, 206. wall, i. 39. turn aside, 42. ii. 54, 55.
E

G
Ease, the plain, i. 130.
Enchanted ground, i. 167–190. ii. 160 Gaius entertains Christiana, &c. ii. 110.-

126.
170.

Gentleman-like, the expression, i. 131, 287.
Enthusiasm, i. 232, 266, 315, 316, ii. 187 Goodwill, receives Christian at the wick.
-197

et-gate, i. 22. instructs him in the way,
Envy, his testimony against Faithful, i.

24, 25. receives Christiana, &c. ii. 21.
107. answered, 109.

and Mercy, 22.
Error, mount, i. 148. none harmless or in- Grace, how maintained in the heart, i. 30,
nocent, 304

31. Evidences of, 91–95, ii. 236, 237.
Evangelist, meets Christian, i. 3. again,

Mnason's daughter, married to Samuel,
15. overtakes him and Faithful, 97.

136.
Evidences, see Grace.

Great-heart, appointed hy the Interpreter
Examination, self-, importance of, ii. 238.

to guide Christiana as far as the house
Experience, Christian relates his, i. 51--

Beautiful,ii.46. slays giant Grim, 59, 60.
53. Hopeful's, 169-177. of believers,

returns home, 62. appointed to conduct
an useful study, ii. 238.

her all the way, 79. kills giant Maul, 93,
F.

94. and giant Slay-good, 121, 122. He
Faint-heart, Mistrust, and Guilt, rob Lit and his companions attack a monster

tle-faith, i. 154. conversation concern at the town of Vanity, 136, 137. slay
ing them, between Christian and Hope giant Despair, and demolish Doubting-
ful, 158-162.

castle, 141-143.
Fairs, their pernicious effects, i. 269. (See Grim, giant, opposes Grcat-heart and the
Vanity.)

pilgrims, ii: 59. is slain by him, 60.
Faith, human and divine,i.109. Nature of,

H
176, 182, ii. 197. Ignorance's, i. 181,
182. Dead and living, 264, 301. Erro- Hate-good, judge, i. 106. his address to
neous statement of, ii. 188, 190, 197, Faithful, 108, 109. his charge to the

Jury, 109, 110.
Faithful, joined by Christian, i. 73. gives Hearing, vain, without doing, i. 89, 90.

an account of his pilgrimage, 73–83. Heart, of man, represented by a dusty
beguiled by Talkative, 84–86. unde parlour, i. 27. It's deceitfulness, 178
ceived by Christian, 86–90. proposes -180. A good one, 179. Its natural
a question to Talkative, and refutes his enmity against God, ii. 201.
answers, 91, 92.answers it himself, and Heaven, employments of, i, 197. Friends
makes an application to Talkative's con will be known there, ib. ii. 156.
science, 93—96.He and Christian over- Help, i. 9.
taken by Evangelist, 97. arrive at the Hen and chickens, an emblem, ii. 36, 37.
town of Vanity, 102. are persecuted Honest, Mr. found asleep by Christiana,
there, 102, &c. Replies to his indict. &c. ii. 95. accompanies them the rest
ment, 106. answers the charges brought of their pilgrimage, 95, &c. passes the
against him, 109. condemned and put to Black river, 178.
death, 111. (See Christian.)

Hope and fear duly proportioned, i. 230.
Fear, nature and advantage of right, i. Represented by a golden anchor, ii. 78,

185, 186, 208. ii. 24, 25, 106,228, Mis-
takes concerning, i. 186, 230, 237, 301, Hopeful, joins Christian, i. 112. inclines
318, ii. 106, 228, 229. Of men, 188. to turn aside to the hill Lucre, 131.
Different kinds of, 211,295,296. Habi is prcvented by Christian, 131, 132.
tual, removed by a clear view of the warns and encourages Christian against
gospel,231. Of death, overcome, 322. suicide, in Doubting-castle, 141-143.

200-202.

210.

1.55

222

relates his experience, 169–177. com-

L
forts Christian while passing the Black Ladder, Jacob's, ii. 78.
river with him, 195. is received into Law, the, cannot sanctify, i. 27, 226.

the celestialcity, id. (See Christian.) Knows nothing of mercy,78. Explained
Hospital, for children and orphans, ii. 140.

away by those who expect justii cation
Humiliation, valley of, i. 59. Christian's

by it, 217, 226. Man's natural enmity
conflict there, 60-65. ii. 82, 83, 86.

against it, 226, 227. The rule of duty,
a pleasant and healthful place in sum-

ji. 221.
mer time, 85. Christ had a country. Legality, Mr. recommended to Christian
house there, 86, 87. Not necessarily

by Worldly-wiseman, i. 14. exposed
connected with terror,82,211. encreased

by Evangelist, 19.
by clear views of the gospel, i. 37, 177, Lions, before the house Beautiful, i. 43,
232.

46, 79. Backed by giant Grim, ii. 59.
Hypocrisy, see Formality. A specious Little-faith, robbery of, i. 154. Obser-
kind of, i. 282.

vations on it, 155—162. Difference
I

between him and Esau, 157, 138.

Looking-glass, given to Mercy, ii. 149,150.
Idleness, objected to religious persons, ii. Lord of the hill, discourse concerning him,

156, 232.
Ignorance, i. 151. his conversation with Lot's wife, see monument.
Christian and Hopeful, 152, 178–184. Lucre, hill, i. 130.
Conversation about him,between Chris-
tian and Hopeful, 152, 153, 177, 178,

M
184--187. His hopes 152, 178. his Map, Great-heart's, ii. 162.
good motions, 178. his good hcart, 178, Marriage, ii. 70, 71, 114, 207, 208, 221,
179. his faith, 181, 182. Is ferried over
the Black river by Vain-hope 201. has Martha, Moason's daughter, married to
no certificate, ib. is carried back the Joseph, ii. 136.
By-way to hell. 202.

Marvel, Mount, ii. 147.
Imagination, accessible to Satan, i. 244, Matthew, Christiana's son, taken ill, ii. 72.
247.

cured by Mr. Skill, 73. marries Mercy,
Indictment, of Mr. Bunyan, xv. Of Chris-

125.
tian and Hopeful, i. 106.

Maul, giant, slain by Great-heart, ii.93,94.
Indifference, in regard to theological truth, Mercy, visits Christiana, ii. 11. is per.
prevalence of, i. 304.

suaded to accompany her on pilgrimage,
Innocence, Mount, ii. 147.

13, 16. Admitted at the Wicket-gare,
Innocent, ii. 32.

after some delay, 21,22. Her dream, 64,
Insanity very seldom occasioned by reli 66. Visited by Mr. Brisk, 70, 71
gion, i. 298.

ried to Matthew, 125. longs for the
Interpreter, entertains Christian,i. 25–36. looking glass at the Delectable Moun-
and Christiana, &c. ii. 31–46.

tains, 149, 150.
Intolerancy, evil of, i. 279.

Minister, picture of, i. 26, 27. exposed to
Invitations, to sinners, mistakes about, great danger when situated among the
ii. 188, 190, 192.

affluent, 288. Duty of praying for, 205.

Ministry, stated, advantages of, ii. 151,
J

199, 230, 231.

Mistrust and Timorous, i. 43. punished
James, Christiana's son, marries Phæbe,

for endeavouring to hinder Christian, ii.
Johnson, Dr. a great admirer of the 'Pil- Mnason, entertains Christiana, &c. ii.

58.
grim's Progress,' xx.
Joseph, Christiana's son, marries Martha, Monster, a, attacked by Great-heart &c.

131-138.
ii. 136.
Jury, on the trial of Christian and Faith-

at Vanity, ii. 136.
ful, their names, s. 110. their verdict, 11. Morality, yillage of

, i. 14..

A faulty, and

Monument, i. 133.
Justification not by works, i. 19, 20, 171
-173, 205, 218. By faith, way of, 173,

defective kind of, put in the place of the
174, 176, 182. ii. 47--50. objections

gospel, 216, 219, 226.
against it answered, 183.

Moses, i. 78.

Much-afraid, see Despondency.
K

Muck-rake, an emblem, ii. 34.

N
Knowledge, vain without practice, i.92.
Two kinds of, 93.

Negligence, darkens the believer's evi.
Key, of promise, i. 145.

dences, i. 43, 236, 237.

mar-

ii, 125.

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ii. 125.

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

R'
O

Raimont, given to Christiana at the In-
Obstinate, pursues Christian, i. 4, 5. rc terpreter's, ii. 45.
turns home, 6.

Ranters, the, assail Mr. Bunyan by one of
P

their party, who seems to have furnished

the character of Atheist, xii, xiii. Pro-
Pagan, giant, i. 71. -persecution may bably intended by Selfwill, xui.
possibly be revived, 256.

Ready-to-halt, joins Christiana, &c and
Palace, guar cd by armed men, i. 31. accompanies them in their pilgrimage,
Pardon, by word, and by deed, ii. 23,47,50. ii. 127, &c. passes the Black River, 175,
Parlour, dusty, an emblem, i. 27.

176.
Passion and Patience, i. 28, 29.

Regeneration, precedes right views of the
Persecution, i. 100—112. causes of, 272, glory of the gospel, ii. 201, 202.
273, 275. See Pagan.

Religion, its practical nature, i. 89, 90.
Perseverance, final, doctrine of, i. 30, 31, Evangelical, reclined after the publica-

228, 303. abused, 253. guarded from tion of the first part of the Pilgrim's
abuse, 297, 309. Means of, 305.

Progress, ii. 54, 190, 203.
Phæbe, Gaius's daughter,married to James, Repentance, false, i. 189. Necessity of, ü.

75, 209, 210. Folly of deferring it to a
Pickthank, his evidence against Faithful, death-bed, 110, 224.
i. 108. answered, 109.

Restitution, final, ii. 201.
Picture, of the pilgrim's guide, i. 26. Righteousness of Christ, four-fold, ii. 47
Piety, her conversation with Christian, -50
i. 49–51.

River, of the Water of Life, i. 135. ii. 139.
Pilgrimage, objections against it, i. 13. ii. The Black, i. 193—196. ii. 171-181.

157, 158. Two things requisite for those its ebbings and flowings, 171.
who undertake it, ii. 135.

Rohin, the, an emblem, ii. 33, 39.
Pills, Mr. Skill's, ii. 73, 75.

Roll, given to Christian, i. 37. lost in the
Pleasure, worldly, i. 270.

arbour on the hill Difficulty, 43. found
Pliablc,pursues Christian, i. 4. is prevailed again, 45. See Certificate.
on to accompany him, 6. falls into the

S
slough of Despond, 8. returns home, 9.

Further account of him, 74, 75. Sacrament, the, i. 55, 241, 242. ii. 205.
Pope, giant, i. 71.

Sagacity, Mr. his account of Christian,
Popery, fast declines at present, i. 101,256,

11. 2-4. of Christiana and her family,
271.represented by a monster.11.136,137.

5-19.
prevalence in England before the Revo- Sanctification, i. 28, 226, 227.
lution, xviii. ii. 227.

Samuel, Christiana's son, married to Grace,
Prayer, perseverance in, necessary, i. 174,
175. Why required, ii. 30.

Saying and doing, i. 89.
Preciseness, objected to religious persons, Scriptures, represented by a study, i. 56.

by a looking-glass, ii. 149. by a map,
Prejudice and Ill-will throwing dirt on 162. How to be read, 207.
Innocent, ii. 147.

Scal, a, set on Christian's forehead, i. 37.
Presumption, sec Simple. Represented by on Christiana's, ii. 45.
a ditch, i. 67, 252.

Secret, ii, 8.
Profession, worthless without fruit, ii. 38, Security, danger of, i. 43, 236.
196.

Self-will, ii. 107–109. The rantcrs pro-
Professors, loose, bring a scandal on reli bably intended by him, xiii.

gion, i. 87, 88, 96. how such are to be Shadow of Death, valley of, i. 66–71. ii.
dealt with, 91–97, 264–267. Em 88–92.

blem of hypocritical, ii. 38, 39. Shame, i. 80-82.
Prosperity, i. 314, 315. ii. 233-235. Shepherds, at the Delectable Mountains,
Providence, openings of, abuse of the j. 146-151. ii. 145–151.
term, i. 119, 286.

Sheep, the, an emblem, ii. 37.
Prudence, her conversation with Christia

Silver, mine of, see Lucre.
i. 51–53. catechizes Christiana's chil- Simple, Sloth, and Presumption, asleep,
dren, ii. 66-69.

i. 38. hanged, ii. 52. Drew many aside,

Sin, indwelling, i. 235. Deliberate, must
Quag, in the valley of the Shadow of

bring guilt on the conscience, 294. Al-
Death, i, 68,

lowed, a proof of hypocrisy, ij. 40, 196.

ii. 136.

i. 272.

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