The Holy City: Or, The New Jerusalem: Its Goodly Light, Walls, Gates, Angels, and the manner of their standing, are Expounded: Also, Her Length and Breadth, Together with the Golden-Measuring-Reed, Explained And The Glory of all unfolded. As Also, The Numerousness of its Inhabitants: And what the Tree and Water of Life are, by which they are sustained

TitleThe Holy City: Or, The New Jerusalem: Its Goodly Light, Walls, Gates, Angels, and the manner of their standing, are Expounded: Also, Her Length and Breadth, Together with the Golden-Measuring-Reed, Explained And The Glory of all unfolded. As Also, The Numerousness of its Inhabitants: And what the Tree and Water of Life are, by which they are sustained
Year for Search1665
AuthorsBunyan, John(1628-88)
Date Published1665
PublisherNp
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Explication of Revelation XXI:10 - XXII:1-4 detailing the eutopia suggested there.

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Rpt. London: J. Dover, [1665]; London: Francis Smith, 1669. Dover ed. rpt. in The Miscellaneous Works of John Bunyan Volume IIII Christian Behaviour The Holy City The Resurrection of the Dead. Ed. J. Sears McGee (Oxford, Eng.: Clarendon Press, 1987), 63-196, with editorial notes on 65-67 and 299-314.

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(1628-88)

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1665 Bunyan, John (1628-88). The Holy City: Or, The New Jerusalem: Its Goodly Light, Walls, Gates, Angels, and the manner of their standing, are Expounded: Also, Her Length and Breadth, Together with the Golden-Measuring-Reed, Explained And The Glory of all unfolded. As Also, The Numerousness of its Inhabitants: And what the Tree and Water of Life are, by which they are sustained. London: Np. Rpt. London: J. Dover, [1665]; London: Francis Smith, 1669. Dover ed. rpt. in The Miscellaneous Works of John Bunyan Volume IIII Christian Behaviour The Holy City The Resurrection of the Dead. Ed. J. Sears McGee (Oxford, Eng.: Clarendon Press, 1987), 63-196, with editorial notes on 65-67 and 299-314. PSt

Explication of Revelation XXI:10 - XXII:1-4 detailing the eutopia suggested there.