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  • What possible certificate in evil could exceed this -- that the devil took not any with him when he went out on his worst errand but this same Ill-pause, who was his orator on all his most difficult occasions?

    Bunyan Characters (3rd Series)

  • He did not always come up himself, and he did not always send up Ill-pause.

    Bunyan Characters (3rd Series)

  • As when you had been told not to eat, not to touch, and not even to look at the forbidden fruit, then Ill-pause, the devil's orator, came to you and said that it was a tree to be desired.

    Bunyan Characters (3rd Series)

  • At which Diabolus, who was there present, was loth to lose his orator, because, had the four captains once laid their fingers on Ill-pause, be sure his master had lost his orator.

    Bunyan Characters (3rd Series)

  • John Bunyan shall himself introduce, describe, and characterise this varlet, this devil's ally and accomplice, this ancient enemy of Mansoul, whose name is Ill-pause.

    Bunyan Characters (3rd Series)

  • Diabolus did not on every occasion bring up his great orator Ill-pause.

    Bunyan Characters (3rd Series)

  • And a great crop of young orators sprang up ready for their work under that teaching and out of the persuasionary school of Ill-pause.

    Bunyan Characters (3rd Series)

  • And always when Diabolus had any special plot a-foot against Mansoul, and when the thing went as Diabolus would have it go, then would Ill-pause stand up, for he was Diabolus his orator.

    Bunyan Characters (3rd Series)

  • Why are we here over Ill-pause this Sabbath night?

    Bunyan Characters (3rd Series)

  • On all these essential, first-class, and difficult occasions the old serpent brought up Ill-pause.

    Bunyan Characters (3rd Series)

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