Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Sir Christopher Wren” in chapter 9 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 11.:

...ginning to reach these shores. John Dryden, the poet and translator of Virgil, and John Locke, the mental philosopher of that age, were just completing their life work, while the great architect, Sir Christopher Wren , was in his prime. But four years had passed since Sir Edmund Andros had been sent home to England, and one Medford man is credited with saying, If Andros comes to Medford we'll treat him not wit...
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