Richard Sibbes

Richard Sibbes (or Sibbs) (1577–1635) was an Anglican theologian. He is known as a Biblical exegete, and as a representative, with William Perkins and John Preston, of what has been called "main-line" Puritanism because he ever remained in the Church of England and worshiped according to the Book of Common Prayer. Provided by Wikipedia

by Sibbes, Richard
Published 1794
Printed and sold by S. Hazard, Cheap-street; sold also by Matthews, Strand: Vernor and Hood, Birchin Lane, London: Luckman, Coventry; and by all other booksellers

by Sibbes, Richard
Published 1775
printed for J. Buckland, Paternoster-Row; G. Keith, Gracechurch-Street; E. and C. Dilly, Poultry; and W. Harris, St. Paul's Church-Yard

by Sibbes, Richard
Published 1800
printed by H.P. Silvester; sold by B. Crosby and Co. and J. Walker, London; Mozely, Gainsborough; and Wilson and Co. York

by Sibbes, Richard
Published 1768
printed by R. Urie, Bookseller there; and sold by William Smith; and by Alexander Young, merchant in Stirling