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Books about Sibthorpe:
The Southwell-Sibthorpe Commonplace Book: Folger Ms. V.B. 198 (Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies) by Anne Southwell, Henry Sibthorpe, Jean Klene and Folger Shakespeare Library (Aug 1997)
Home Is Home [By F.M. Sibthorpe]. by Frances Mary Sibthorpe (May 25, 2010)
A counter-plea to an apostataes [sic] pardon A sermon preached at Paules Crosse vpon Shroue-Sunday, February 15... by Robert Sybthorpe (Jul 13, 2010)
Family Affection: A Tale For Youth by Pinchard, Elizabeth Sibthorpe published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC (2010... (Sep 10, 2010)
Dramatic dialogues, for the use of young persons. By the author of The blind child. Volume 2 of 2 by Pinchard,... (May 29, 2010)
Dramatic dialogues, for the use of young persons. By the author of The blind child. Volume 1 of 2 by Pinchard,... (May 29, 2010)
Dramatic Dialogues For The Use Of Young Persons (1792) by Pinchard, Elizabeth Sibthorpe published by Kessinger... (Sep 10, 2010)
Wiki information Sibthorpe:
Sibthorpe is a village in Nottinghamshire, England. It is part of Sibthorpe civil parish. The village and parish: "lies on the Cardike, 7 miles south-south-west of Newark, and was once a place of considerable importance, having a college founded by...
Robert Sibthorpe or Sibthorp was an English clergyman who gained notoriety during the reign of King Charles I of England for his outspoken defense of the divine right of kings.