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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

John Bunyan - 1846 - 366 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 ;...is a crime apparent. For the second and third, you 1 This is the Christian's plea and his glory. While he knows the tender mercies of the wicked are eruel...
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Publications, Issue 3

Hanserd Knollys Society for the Publication of the Works of Early English and Other Baptist Writers - 1847
...7th ' ' for being,' 10th edit, edits. ; ' not be profitable,' 8th * ' but him,' 2nd and sub. and sub. apparent ; but here is a Crime apparent. For the second...death. Then went the Jury out, whose names were, Mr. aNa,w'r Blind-man, Mr. No-goad, Mr. Malice, Mr. Love-lust, Mr. Live-loose, Mr. Heady, Mr. High-mind,...
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The pilgrim's progress, from this world to that which is to come. With ...

John Bunyan - 1848
...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 ;...is a crime apparent. For the second and third, you 1 This is the Christian's plea and his glory. While he Knows the tender mercies of the wicked are cruel...
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The pilgrim's progress. With a life of Bunyan by J.M. Wilson, and notes ...

John Bunyan - 1851
...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.1 Then went the jury* out, whose names...
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The Pilgrim's Progress

John Bunyan - 1854
...intolerable. For that of Pharaoh his law was made upon suspicion, to prevent mischief, no crime yet being apparent ; but here is a crime apparent. For the second...names were Mr. Blindman, Mr. Nogood, Mr. Malice, Mr. I.iovelust, Mr. Liveloose, Mr. Heady, Mr. Highmind, Mr. Enmity, Mr. Liar, Mr. Cruelty, Mr. Hatelight,...
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The Pilgrim's Progress: From this World to that which is to Come

John Bunyan - 1853 - 336 pages
...Exod. i. 22. Dan. iii. 6. 1 Dan. vi. 7. For that of Pharaoh, his law was made upon a supposition, to prevent mischief, no crime being yet apparent :...here is a crime apparent. For the second and third, vou see he duputeth against our religion ; and for the treason that he hath confessed, he deserveth...
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THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS FROM THIS WORLD TO THAT WHICH IS TO COME DELIVERED ...

John Bunyan - 1854
...For the second and third, you see he disputeth against our religion ; and for the treason that }ie hath confessed, he deserveth to die the death." Then went the jury out, whose names were Mr, JBlindman, Mr. Nogood, Mr. Mtfice, Mr. Lovelust, Mr. Liveloose, Mr. Heady, Mr. Highmind, Mr. Enmity,...
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Learning to feel [by G. Mogridge].

George Mogridge - 1855
...destroy the guiltless. Mary reached the book, and when she had found the place, read as follows: " Then went the jury out, whose names were Mr. Blindman,...Mr. Highmind, 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 this World to that which is to Come, Delivered ...

John Bunyan, George Barrell Cheever - 1857 - 440 pages
...intolerable. " For that of Pharaoh, his law was made upon suspicion to prevent mischief, no crime yet being apparent ; but here is a crime apparent. For the second...deserveth to die the death." Then went the jury out, whoso names were, Mr. Blind-man, Mr. No-good, Mr. Malice, Mr. Love-lust, Mr. Live-loose, Mr. Heady,...
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The Juvenile messenger of the Presbyterian Church in England, Volumes 12-13

1866
...others after him. After hearing him in hia own defence Then went the jury out, whose names were Mr. No-good, Mr. Malice, Mr. Love-lust, Mr. Liveloose,...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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