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 Buckle, Henry ThomasBurgon, John William, 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Bunyan, John
 
(b. Elstow, Bedford, 1628; d. London, August 31st, 1688). “Sighs from Hell” (1650); “Gospel Truths Opened” (1656); “The Holy City” (1665); “Grace Abounding” (1666); “Justification by Christ” (1671); “Defence of Justification” (1672); “Water Baptism” (1673); “The Pilgrim’s Progress” (1678, 1684); “Life and Death of Mr. Badman” (1680); “The Barren Fig-Tree” (1683); “The Holy War” (1684); “The Pharisee and Publican” (1685); “The Jerusalem Sinner Saved” (1688). Works (1853). Biographies by Southey, Macaulay, Ivimey (1809); Philip (1839); Froude (1880); Dr. John Brown (1885); and Canon Venables.   1
 


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