Part I. Scene 13. Interior of Palace Beautiful, (painting)
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"In the morning they all got up; and, after some more discourse they told him that he should not depart till they had shown him the rarities of that place. And first they had him into the study, where they showed him records of the greatest antiquity; in which, as I remember my dream, they showed him the pedigree of the lord of the hill, that he was the son of the ancient of days, and came by an eternal generation. Here also were more fully recorded the acts that he had done, and the names of many hundreds that he had taken into his service; and how he had placed him in such habitations, that could neither by length of days, nor decays of nature, be dissolved." [P. 11.]
A Descriptive Catalogue of the Bunyan Tableaux. Albany, N.Y.: J. Munsell, 82 State Street, 1867.