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Christopher Wren
Christopher Wren Sir
Sir Christopher Wren
Wren, Christoph
Wren, Christopher
Wren, Christopher (English architect, 1632-1723)
Wren, Christopher Michael (Sir)
Wren, Christopher (Sir)
Wren, Sir
Wren, Sir Christopher
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1632-1723
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All Souls College (University of Oxford). Library
Bolton, Arthur T. (b. 1864)
Bolton, Arthur Thomas (b. 1864)
Evelyn, John (1620-1706)
Frenicle de Bessy, Bernard (1606-1675)
hawksmoor nicholas
Hendry, H. Duncan (1890-)
Hendry, Harry Duncan (1890-)
Historic Urban Plans (Firm)
Kersting, Anthony F.
Oughtred, William
Sir John Soane's Museum
St. Paul's Cathedral (London, England). Library
Wren, Christopher (1589-1658; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Wren, Christopher (1675-1747; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Wren, Christopher (1675-1747)
Wren, Stephen
Young, James (16..-16..; chirurgien))
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Acetaria : a discourse of sallets
Clavis mathematicae denuo limata... Editio tertia...
Engravings of St. Paul's Cathedral and part II of the building accounts for the years 1685-95 ...
Lectures and collections made by Robert Hooke, secretary of the Royal Society. Cometa. Containing observations of the comet in april 1677. Fragments of several lectures about those of 1664. and 1665. Sir Chr. Wren's hypothesis and geometrical problem about those comets, a discourse concerning the comet of 1677. Mr. Boyle's observation made on two new phosphori of Mr. Baldwin, and Mr. Craft. Mr. Gallet's letter to Mr. Cassini, together with his observation of [Mercury] sub [Sun]. Mr. Cassini' reflections upon those of Gassendus, and Hevelius, and upon this. Mr. Hally's letter and observation of the same made at St. Hellena. Mr. Cassini's observation of the diurnal motion of [Jupiter], and other changes happening in it. Microscopium. Containing Mr. Leeuwenhoeck's two letters concerning some late microscopical discoveries. The author's discourse and description of microscopes, improved for discerning the nature and texture of bodies. P. Cherubine's accusations answered. Mr. Young's letter containing several anatomical observations..
London 1666.
Miscellaneous designs and drawings
new digester or Engine for softning bones, containing the description of its make and use in these particulars, A : viz. cookery, voyages at sea, confectionary, making of drinks, chymistry, and dying. With an account of the price a good big engine will cost, and of the profit it will afford. By Denys Papin M. D. Fellow of the Royal Society..
Parentalia
Plan of the city of London after the great fire
romance of the Bank of England, The
Royal hospital for seamen at Greenwich, 1694-1728;, The
St. Paul's Cathedral : original Wren drawings from the collection in the Library of St. Paul's Cathedral
Thieme-Becker, Allgemeines Lexikon der Kunstler (1980-1986)
Thirty-two large drawings for Whitehall, Windsor, and Greenwich, 1694-1698; original Wren drawings, purchased by Dr. Stack, F. R. S., in 1749, being now volume V in the collection at All Souls ...
work of Christopher Wren, The
Wren and his place in European architecture, 1956:
Wren ms. 'Court orders' with a supplement of official papers from the Public Record Office, Welbeck Abbey, &c. A biographical note on Sir Chr. Wren's visit to Paris 1665 and his death and funeral in 1723. Together with some account of Thomas White of Worcester, sculptor and architect, reputed pupil of Sir Chr. Wren. Engravings, drawings, photographs ..., The
Wren's city of London churches
Wren's "Tracts" on architecture and other writings
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