Bunyan, John. The Pilgrim's Progress from This World, to That which is to Come; Delivered under the Similitude of a Dream. In Three Parts. Wherein is Discover'd Part I. The Manner of his Setting out; his dangerous Journey, and safe Arrival at the Desired Country. Part II. The Manner of his Setting out of Christian's Wife and Children; their dangerous Journey and safe Arrival at the Desired Journey. Part III. The several Difficulties and Dangers he met with, and the many Victories he obtained over the World, the Flesh, and the Devil: Together with his happy Arrival at the Celestial City, and the Glory and Joy he found to his Eternal Comfort. The Thirty-First Edition, with the Addition of a Number of Cuts. To which is added, The Life and Death of the Author. Nottingham. Printed by S. Creswell, New-Change. 408pp.
Original plain calf, lightly raised bands, some rubbing and front hinge breached, but sound. Textually quite good with a rather exceptional suite of naive woodcuts.