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In this plight therefore he went home, and refrained himself as long as he could,
that his wife and children should not perceive his distress; but he could not be
silent long, because that his trouble increased: wherefore at length he brake his ...
fl THE PILGRIM'S DISTRESS. —— u said he, ' and you the children of my bowels,
I your ' dear friend am in myself undone by reason of a burden that lieth hard
upon me: moreover, I am certainly ' informed that this our city will be burned with
Then was CHRISTIAN in great distress and knew not what to do; for he wanted
that which used to relieve him, and that which should have been his pass into the
celestial city. Here therefore he began to be much perplexed, and knew not what
But he held his peace, and set agood face on it, and so went by and catched no
hurt. Then sang CHRISTIAN, ' ' 0 world of wonders! (I can say no less) That I
should be preferv'd in that distress That 1 have met with here! 0 blessed be That ...
Now in this place CrmrsTIAN had double sorrow, because it was through his
unadvised counsel that they were brought into this distress. . Now Giant
DESPAIR had a wife, and her name was DIFFIDENCE: so when he was gone to
bed he told ...
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