Statistics for occurrence #1 of “John Bunyan” in chapter 1 of The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 6.:
...ery place, yet enters no farther than the door, to avoid suspicion.
To conclude, if he escape Tyburn and Banbury, he dies a beggar.
Truly, but a poor beginning for a pious life was the youth of John Bunyan .
As might have been expected, he was a wild, reckless, swearing boy, as his father doubtless was before him. It was my delight, says he, to be taken captive by the Devil.
I had few equals, both ...
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