Ramsay Thomas Approximately 1631 : A false Jew: or, A wonderfull discovery of a Scot, baptized at London for a Christian, circumcised at Rome to act a Jew, re-baptized at Hexham for a believer, but found out at Newcastle to be a cheat : Being a true relation of the detecting of one Thomas Ramsey, born of Scotch parents at London, sent lately from Rome by a speciall unction and benediction of the Pope; who landed at Newcastle, under the name of Thomas Horsley, but immediately gave himselfe out for a Jew, by the name of Rabbi Joseph Ben Israel, Mant. Hebr. soon after baptized at Hexham, by Mr. Tillam, and by a speciall providence of God, found out by the magistrates & ministers of Newcastle upon Tine, to be an impostour and emissary of Rome, and since sent up to the General and Councell of State to be further enquired into.
Ramsay W H : St. Paul, the traveller and the Roman citizen.
Ramsay William 1930 : Unpaid costs of electrical energy : health and environmental impacts from coal and nuclear power : a study prepared for the National Energy Strategies Project.
Ramsay William Active 1680 : Mirmah, or, The deceitful witness : a prophecy of Solomon, now first and seasonably discovered, wherein the deceitful witnesses of Rome are made manifest to all, and our Protestant witnesses are justified, praised, and defended, chiefly the late happy discoverers of the Romish plots & deceits : being a sermon preached Novemb. 5 on Prov. 14.25 : a true witness delivereth souls, but a deceitful witness speaketh lies, or, as the original signifies, the lord of Rome speaketh lies / by William Ramsay ...
Ramsden Henry 1638 : A gleaning in Gods harvest : Foure choyce handfuls; the gate to happinesse. Wounded saviour. Epicures caution. Generation of seekers. By the late judicious divine, Henry Ramsden, sometime preacher in London.