Part III. Scene 9. Arrival at the Entrance of the Celestial City, (painting)
Kyle & Dallas
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"Now the day drew on that Christiana must be gone. So the road was full of people to see her take her journey. But, behold, all the banks beyond the river were full of horses and chariots which were come down from above to accompany her to the city gate. So she came forth, and entered the river, with a beckon of farewell to those that followed her. The last words that she was heard to say, were, I come, lord, to be with thee, and bless thee. So her children and friends returned to the place, for those that waited for Christiana had carried her out of their sight. So she went and called, and entered in at the gate with all the ceremonies of joy that her husband Christian had entered with before her. At her departure, the children wept. But Mr. Greatheart and Mr. Valient played upon the well-tuned cymbal and harp for joy. So all departed to their respective places." [P. 28.]
A Descriptive Catalogue of the Bunyan Tableaux. Albany, N.Y.: J. Munsell, 82 State Street, 1867.