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" Then went the jury out, whose names were, Mr Blind-man, Mr Nogood, Mr Malice, Mr Love-lust, Mr Live-loose, Mr Heady, Mr High-mind, Mr Enmity, Mr Liar, Mr Cruelty, Mr Hate-light, and Mr Implacable; who every one gave in his private verdict against him... "
The pilgrim's progress, from this world, to that which is to come - Page 69
by John Bunyan - 1806
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The pilgrim's progress, from this world to that which is to come. With notes ...

John Bunyan - 1831
...which must therefore needs be intolerable. "For that of Pharaoh, his law was made upon a supposition, to prevent mischief, no crime being yet apparent;...death.'' Then went the jury out, whose names were Mr. Blind man. Mr. No-good, Mr. Malice, Mr. Love-lust, Mr. Live-loose, Mr. Heady, Mr. High-mind, Mr. Enmity,...
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The Pilgrim's Progress: With a Life of John Bunyan

John Bunyan, Robert Southey - 1837 - 348 pages
...which must therefore needs be intolerable. For that of Pharaoh, his law was made upon a supposition to prevent mischief, no crime being yet apparent ;...disputeth against our religion : and, for the treason that he hath already confessed, he deserveth to die the death. Then went the jury out, whose names...
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The Pilgrim's Progress: With a Life of John Bunyan

John Bunyan, Robert Southey - 1837 - 348 pages
...second and third, you see he disputeth against our religion : and, for the treason that he hath already confessed, he deserveth to die the death. Then went...Malice, Mr. Love-lust, Mr. Live-loose, Mr. Heady, Mr. Highinind, Mr. Enmity, Mr. Liar, Mr. Cruelty, Mr. Hate-light, and Mr. Implacable; who every one gave...
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The pilgrim's progress. With notes by W. Mason, and a life of the author, by ...

John Bunyan - 1838
...which must therefore needs be intolerable. For that of Pharaoh, his law was made upon a supposition, to prevent mischief, no crime being yet apparent ;...disputeth against our religion; and for the treason that he hath already confessed he deserveth to die the death. Then went the jury out, whose names were...
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The pilgrim's progress from this world to that which is to come

John Bunyan - 1838
...to prevent mischief, no crime being yet apparent ; bwt here is a crime apparent. For the second ajad third, you see he disputeth against our religion;...hath confessed, he deserveth to die the death. Then the jury went out, whose names where Mr. Blindman, Mr. Nogood, Mr. Malice, Mr. Love-lust, Mr. Liveloose,...
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Pilgrim's Progress: With a Life ...

John Bunyan - 1839 - 411 pages
...which must therefore needs be intolerable. For that of Pharaoh, his law was made upon a supposition to prevent mischief, no crime being yet apparent ;...disputeth against our religion ; and, for the treason that he hath already confessed, he deserveth to die the death. Then went the j ury out, whose names...
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A letter to ... W.H. Mill ... containing some strictures on mr. Faber's ...

Samuel Roffey Maitland - 1839
...Bunyan's description of the trial of Faithful. After being charged by Lord Hate-good, the Judge, " then went the Jury out ; whose names were Mr. Blindman,...High-mind, Mr. Enmity, Mr. Liar, Mr. Cruelty, Mr. Hate-light, and Mr. Implacable ; who every one gave in his private verdict against him among themselves,...
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Pilgrim's Progress: With a Life ...

John Bunyan - 1839 - 411 pages
...to die the death. Then went the jury out, whose names TU " were, Mr- Blindman, Mr. No-good, THEIB Mr. Malice, Mr. Love-lust, Mr. Liveloose, Mr. Heady,...High-mind, Mr. Enmity, Mr. Liar, Mr. Cruelty, Mr. Hate-light, and Mr. Implacable ; who every one gave in his private verdict against him among themselves,...
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The Pilgrim's Progress from Earth to Heaven: In Two Parts, an Epic Poem

John Bunyan - 1845 - 154 pages
...which must therefore needs be intolerable. For that of Pharaoh, his law was made upon a supposition to prevent mischief, no crime being yet apparent ;...the second and third, you see he disputeth against 7 Exod. i. Dan. iii. Dan. vi. our religion; and, for the treason that he hath already confessed,...
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The pilgrim's progress, from this world to that which is to come. With 270 ...

John Bunyan - 1845
...which must therefore needs be intolerable. For that of Pharaoh, his law was made upon a supposition to prevent mischief, no crime being yet apparent ;...the second and third, you see he disputeth against 7 Exod. i. Dan. iii. Dan. vi. our religion; and, for the treason that he hath already confessed,...
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