The annotations of Rev. Robert Maguire were compiled from the footnotes of John Bunyan's The Holy War, an edition published by Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, c. 1863. This companion volume includes a short outline of each chapter which is followed by notes, comments and symbolic meanings. All remarks are maintained in the same chapter and order they originally appeared. Explanations of names and events add depth and richness for any reader of John Bunyan's The Holy War.
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About the Author
Rev. Robert Maguire D. D. (1826-1890) was born in Dublin, Ireland. He graduated with honors from Trinity College, Dublin. He was a Rector at St. James, Clerkenwell and then St. Olave, Southwark. He was an evangelical, a temperance worker, and a very popular speaker. He wrote many books including "The Miracles of Christ," "Lyra Evangelica: Hymns Original and Selected" and "Expository Lectures on The Pilgrims Progress."