lineThe Novel

Bunyan, John,
The Pilgrim's Progress [...] second part [...] eleventh edition (London: M. Boddington, 1719).

THE| Pilgrim's Progress| FROM| THIS WORLD| TO| That which is to come:| [rule]| The Second Part.| [rule]| Delivered under the SIMILITUDE of a| DREAM:| Wherein is set forth| The manner of his setting out of| Christina's Wife and Children; their| Dangerous Journey, and Safe| Arrrival at the desired Country.| [rule]| By John Bunyan.| [rule]| The Eleventh Edition, with the Addition of| Five CUTS.| Note, The Third Part, suggested to be J. Bunyan's,| is an Imposture.| [rule]| Licensed and Entered according to Order.| [rule]| I have used Similitudes. Hos. xii. 10.| [rule]| LONDON: Printed for M. Boddington, at the| Golden Ball in Duck-Lane. 1719.


[cheap design] frontispiece [above the dreaming author: the family on its way from the city of destruction to the promised land]/ titlepage in verso books by Bunyan sold by N. & M. Boddington [see the]/ [8] pp. "The Author's Way of sending forth his Second Part of the Pilgrim"/ p.1-179/ p.[180] books published by N. & M. Boddington/ 12.



Bibliographical Reference

ESTC: t058926.

History of Publication

Cf. John Bunyan, The Pilgrim's Progress (London, 1678).link