The Pilgrim's progress from this world, to that which is to come: The third part. Delivered under the similitude of a dream; shewing the several difficulties and dangers he met with, and the many victories he obtained over the world, the flesh, and the Devil: together with his happy arrival at the cœlestical city, and the glory and joy he found to his eternal comfort. To which is added, the life and death of John Bunyan, author of the first and second parts; (compleating the whole progress.)

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London : Printed for C. Hitch, and L. Hawes, at the Red-Lyon, in Pater-noster-Row; W. Johnston, at the Golden-Ball, in Ludgate-Street; S. Crowder, and Comp. at the Looking-Glass, on London-Bridge; and B. Law, and P. Davey, at the Bible, in Ave-Maria-Lane, 1760.

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[6],iv,119,[1];[2],30,[6]p. : ill.,port. ; 120.


The eighteenth edition.

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ESTC T58963


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