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Text:"... by Christopher, the eldest surviving son of Sir ChristopherWren, finished and finally published by Stephen Wren, M.D., the second and favourite, son of the Mr. C. Wren above mentioned, with care of Joseph Ames..."
Date:1881
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... by Christopher, the eldest surviving son of Sir ChristopherWren, finished and finally published by Stephen Wren, M.D., the second and favourite, son of the Mr. C. Wren above mentioned, * with care of Joseph Ames..."
Date:Between 1585 and 1881
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Text:"... by Christopher, the eldest surviving son of Sir ChristopherWren, finished and finally published by Stephen Wren, M.D., the second and favourite, son of the Mr. C. Wren above mentioned, with care of Joseph Ames..."
Date:1881
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Text:"..., the eldest surviving 1 son of Sir ChristopherWren, finished and finally published by Stephen Wren, M,D., the second and favourite, son of the Mr. C. Wren above mentioned, with care of Joseph Ames/ a fellow..."
Date:1881
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Text:"...200 S/Ji CHRISTOPHERWREN. and examined the accounts ; a clerk of the works, Laurence Spenser, who overlooked the men, saw that they did their work as directed, and made up the accounts ; each..."
Date:Between 1585 and 1881
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Text:"...268 SIR CHRISTOPHERWREN. apartments built ; Queen Mary, though she amused herself with planning the gardens and making suggestions, had yet the wisdom to defer to Wrens better taste and knowledge..."
Date:1881
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...274 S^^ CHRISTOPHERWREN, another annoyance. Sir Christophers wish and intention was to place the organ where it now is, on either side of the choir, in order to leave the vista clear from the west..."
Date:1881
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Text:"...90 SJ CHRISTOPHERWREN. which the clock moved a black-lead pencil, so that the observer, by the traces of the pencil on the paper, might certainly conclude what winds had blown in his absence..."
Date:1881
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Text:"...23d S/A CHRISTOPHERWREN. stewed in their own juice, without any addition of water, save what swam about the Digestor, as in balnco ; the natural juice of these provisions acting on the grosser..."
Date:1881
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"..., 125, 141 D ANCROFT, Archbishop, 14 Barrow, Dr. Isaac, eulogy of, on ChristopherWren, 128, 129 Barwick, Dr., Dean of Durham, of S. Pauls, Life of, 72, 76, 85, IIO, 112, 115, IzO, 140 Bathurst, Dr., 144..."
Date:1881
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...274 S/A CHRISTOPHERWREN. another annoyance. Sir Christophers wish and intention was to place the organ where it now is, on either side of the choir, in order to leave the vista clear from the west..."
Date:1881
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...2SO SII^ CHRISTOPHERWREN, S. Mary Magdalenes included the parish of S. Gregory, the little church which nestled by old S. Pauls, so that Fuller described the Cathedral as * the mother church, having..."
Date:1881
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Text:"... Society, 95 ; letters of, to ChristopherWren, 105, 132, 133 ; his sermon before the Commons, 209 ; is succeeded by Atterbury, 289 Steele, Sir R., The Tatler, 239 Strafford, Lord, 48, 49, 50 Strong, Edward..."
Date:1881
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...268 SIR CHRISTOPHERWREN. apartments built ; Queen Mary, though she amused herself with planning the gardens and making suggestions, had yet the wisdom to defer to Wrens better taste and knowledge..."
Date:1881
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Text:"...26 SIR CHRISTOPHERWREN. riod I have given manifest proofs of my zeal in the prosecution of the work. I again earnestly entreat I may resign, which would be conferring on me the greatest favour..."
Date:Between 1632 and 1723
Place:England
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Text:"... of Royal Society, 95 ; letters of, to ChristopherWren, 105, 132, 133 ; his sermon before the Commons, 209 ; is succeeded by Atterbury, 289 Steele, Sir R., The Tatltr, 239 Strafford, Lord, 48, 49, 50 Strong..."
Date:Between 1585 and 1881
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Text:"...374 Sf CHRISTOPHERWREN. another annoyance. Sir Christophers wish and intention was to place the organ where it now is, on either side of the choir, in order to leave the vista clear from the west..."
Date:1881
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Text:"...200 SIR CHRISTOPHERWREN. and examined the accounts ; a clerk of the works, Laurence Spenser, who overlooked the men, saw that they did their work as directed, and made up the accounts ; each..."
Date:1881
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... DANCROFT, Archbishop, 14 Barrow, Dr. Isaac, eulogy of, on ChristopherWren, 128, 129 Barwick, Dr., Dean of Durham, of S. Pauls, * Life Qii 72, 76, 85, no, 112, 115, 120, 140 Bathurst, Dr., 144, 145, 270, 271..."
Date:Between 1585 and 1881
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Text:".../ 125, 141 ID ANCROFT, Archbishop, 14 Barrow, Dr. Isaac, eulogy of, on ChristopherWren, 128^ 129 Barwick, Dr., Dean of Durham, of S. Pauls, Life of/ 72, 76, 85* 110*112, 115, 120, 140 Bathurst, Dn, 144..."
Date:1881