APA Citation

Sibbes, R. (1642). A consolatory letter to an afflicted conscience: Full of pious admonitions and divine instructions. Written by that famous divine, Doctor Sibbs: and now published for the common good and edification of the church. London: Printed for Francis Coules.

Chicago Style Citation

Sibbes, Richard. A Consolatory Letter to an Afflicted Conscience: Full of Pious Admonitions and Divine Instructions. Written By That Famous Divine, Doctor Sibbs: And Now Published for the Common Good and Edification of the Church. London: Printed for Francis Coules, 1642.

MLA Citation

Sibbes, Richard. A Consolatory Letter to an Afflicted Conscience: Full of Pious Admonitions and Divine Instructions. Written By That Famous Divine, Doctor Sibbs: And Now Published for the Common Good and Edification of the Church. London: Printed for Francis Coules, 1642.

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