Gibbons, John. The Nature of Justification Opened, in a Sermon On Romans V. 1. By Mr. Gibbons, sometime Preacher at Black-Fryers, London. London: Printed for Tho. Parkhurst, and the Bible and Three Crowns in Cheapside, near Mercer's-Chappel, 1695. 
Removed, 6 x 7 1/2 inches, 32 pp., last three leaves detached. Good.
ESTC R16248; Wing G651. ESTC records three copies in North America.
A reprint of a sermon that was published in the series The Morning Exercises at Cripplegate. "Of the history of this sound divine, we are acquainted with but few particulars. He was sometime fellow of Emmanuel College, and proctor of the university of Cambridge. His father was the Rev. John Gibbon, of Waltham, a member of the Westminster Assembly. Our author signed the Presbyterian address of thanks to Charles II., Nov. 16, 1660 but was ejected from Blackfriars, London, by the Act of Uniformity, and shortly after died of a consumption." - Dunn, Memoirs of the Seventy-five Eminent Divines whose Discourses form The Morning Exercises at Cripplegate, p. 20.