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Named after what some say is the patron saint of pandemics, the village is drawing day-trippers seeking to snap a photo of its street sign as well as pilgrims who want to pray at the altar of the saint.
Naw, I sold my outfit to a goggle-eyed pilgrim that has an idea buffalo hides is prime all summer.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
There is a charm in Defoe's works that one hardly finds, excepting in the Pilgrim's Progress.
We can get a pretty good idea of the reasons which led the Pilgrim Fathers to brave everything to get away from their home land.
Every pilgrim would consider his pilgrimage of no account if he did not step in here immediately on his arrival.
The older nuns had turned from their tasks and paused, in passing by, to hear the pilgrim's story.
I remember sitting on his knee many and many a time when I was a child, whilst he told me stories out of the 'Pilgrim's Progress.'
RUTHELIZABETH CLEGHORN GASKELL
The two Commissioners were as different, one from the other, as a Kentuckian and a Boston man of pilgrim blood.
The page, the people, the pilgrim, and the astrologer again sing in a sort of operatic ensemble their various emotions.
FRDRIC MISTRALCHARLES ALFRED DOWNER
In 1849 "Pilgrim's Progress" was added to the Sechwana literature, and the work of translation steadily progressed.
ROBERT MOFFATDAVID J. DEANE

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