Travellers: Called Way-Faring Men
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The King's Highway
... shall be there, and a way, and it shall be called the way ... over it; but it shall be
for those: the wayfaring men, though fools ... The travellers upon God's highway. ...
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The Pilgrim's Progress
... Lord of the hill for the refreshment of weary travellers. ... that there were many more
of the men in the ... a pleasant river, which David the king called "the river ...
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The Saints' Privilege and Profit;
... 1. To be sure this is inferred, that converted men are not every way, or in every
sense ... This is called the needy time, the time when the wayfaring man that ...
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Judges 19:17
And when he had lifted up his eyes, he saw a wayfaring man in the street of the city: and the old man said, Where go you? and from where come you?
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Isaiah 35:8
And an highway shall be there, and a way, and it shall be called The way of holiness; the unclean shall not pass over it; but it shall be for those: the wayfaring men, though fools, shall not err therein.
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Travellers for Security often Left the Highways

Travellers of Distinction: Before Setting out Gave Employment to Their Servants

Travellers of Distinction: Frequently Extorted Provisions by the Way

Travellers of Distinction: Generally Attended by Running Footmen

Travellers of Distinction: Generally Performed Their Journey in Great State

Travellers of Distinction: Often Preceded by Heralds to Have the Roads Prepared

Travellers of Distinction: Rode in Chariots

Travellers of Distinction: Rode on Asses, Camels

Travellers were Frequently Asked Whence They Came and Whither They Went

Travellers: After a Long Journey, Described

Travellers: Called Way-Faring Men

Travellers: Carried With Them: Presents for Those Who Entertained Them

Travellers: Carried With Them: Provender for Their Beasts of Burden

Travellers: Carried With Them: Provisions for the Way

Travellers: Carried With Them: Skins Filled With Water, Wine

Travellers: Ceasing of, Threatened As a Calamity

Travellers: Estimated the Length of Their Journey by the Number of Days

Travellers: Friends of Frequently Commended Them to Protection of God

Travellers: Friends of Frequently Took Leave of Them With Sorrow

Travellers: Friends of Often Sent Them Away With Music

Travellers: Friends of Often Supplied Them With Provision

Travellers: Friends of Sometimes Accompanied Them a Short Way

Travellers: Generally Commenced Their Journey Early in the Morning

Travellers: Generally Halted at Wells or Streams

Travellers: Generally Rested at Noon

Travellers: Generally Treated With Great Hospitality

Travellers: Halted at Even

Travellers: Often Collected Together and Formed Caravans

Travellers: Often Engaged Persons Acquainted With the Country As Guides

Travellers: Often Travelled on Foot

Travellers: On Errands Requiring Despatch: Saluted No Man by the Way

Travellers: On Errands Requiring Despatch: Went With Great Speed

Travellers: On Foot, How Attired

Travellers: Preparations Made By, Alluded To

Travellers: Protected by Those Who Entertained Them

Travellers: Strangers Civil To

Travellers: Tesserae Hospitales or Pledges of Hospitality, Alluded To

Travellers: The Caravanserai or Public Inn for Noticed

Travellers: The Jews Prohibited from Taking Long Journeys on the Sabbath

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