Christiana with her four Sons, and a Neighbour, set out on Pilgrimage
Christiana, Merry, and the Children, pass the Slough with safety, and are kindly received at the Wicket-gate.
The Pilgrims are assaulted, but relieved - Are entertained at the Interpreter's house.
The Pilgrims, conducted by Great-heart, proceed on their journey.
The Pilgrims ascend the Hill Difficulty, pass the Lions, and arrive at the House Beautiful
Mr. Brisk pays his Addresses to Mercy - Matthew taken ill, but recovers, &c.
The Pilgrims pursue their Journey, and pass through the Valleys of Humiliationm, and of the Shadow of Death.
The Pilgrims overtake Mr. Honest, who relates his own experience, and that of Mr. Fearing.
The character of Mr. Self-will
The Pilgrims arrive at the House of Gaius, where they are hospitably entertained.