Public Domain Images from the Henry Altemus edition of John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress, Philadelphia, PA, 1890. Illustrations by Frederick Barnard, J.D. Linton, W. Small, etc. Engraved by Dalziel Brothers.
As I slept, I dreamed a dream
I saw a man clothed with rags.
He brake his mind to his wife and children
Do you see yonder wicket-gate?
Christian still endeavored to struggle to the side of the slough that was farthest from his own house
Mr Worldly Wiseman
When Christian was stepping in, the other gave him a pull
Beelzebub and them that are with him shoot arrows
There sat a man in an iron cage
The bottomless pit opened, just whereabout I stood
His burden fell off his back, and began to tremble
Behold these three shining ones came to him and saluted him
He fell from running to going to clambering upon his hands and knees, because of the steepness of the place of the steepness of the place.
He stumbled and fell, and rose no more
He at last fell into a slumber
The lions were chained, but he saw not the chains
Watchful the Porter
This man is on a journey from the City of Destruction to Mount Zion
Then they read to him some of the worthy acts that some of his servants had done
Therefore to him let me give lasting praise
A company of fiends.
One of the wicked ones got behind him, and whisperingly suggested many grievous blasphemies to him
He can do little more than sit in his cave's mouth, grinning at pilgrims
He could not rise again until Faithful came up to help him
Pride, Arrogancy, Self-Conceit and Worldly-glory
A man whose name is Talkative
At the town there is a fair kept, called Vanity Fair
hey burned him to ashes at the stake
here was one whose name was Hopeful, who joined himself unto him
And behold, as they came up with him, he made them a very low congé
They stood looking and looking on it, but could not tell what they should make thereof
So they continued together in the dark that day, in their sad and doleful condition
A Man whom Seven Devils had Bound
So they came all up to him, and with threatening language bid him stand
Then Atheist fell into a very great laughter
He said, No, for I was invited to come
I am always full of good motions
Christian brake out with a loud voice, 'Oh! I see him again.
Thus, they got over
One of the King's trumpeters
Then they took him up, and carried him through the air, to the door that I saw in the side of the hill, and put him in there
So I awoke, and behold it was a dream
Beginning of Part Two
The Author and Mr. Sagacity
Her thoughts began to work in her mind
Then said she to her children, Sons, we are all undone