Ramesey William 1578 1675 Or 6 Lux Veritatis : Judiciall astrologie, judicially condemned. : Upon a survey and examination of Sr. Christopher Heydons apology for it, in answer to Mr. Chambers. And of Will. Ramsey's morologie in his pretended reply (called Lux veritatis) to Doctour Nathanael Homes his Demonologie. Together with the testimonies of Mr. W. Perkins Resolution to the countrey-man; Mr. John Miltons Figure-caster; and Dr. Homes his demonologie, all here exhibited against it, seconded and backed by 1. evident Scripture. 2. Apparent reason. 3. Authority of councils. 4. Justice of laws. 5. Arguments of fathers, school-men, and modern learned men. 6. Concessions of Ptolomy, &c. friends of astrology. 7. And the wicked practises of astrologers themselves.; Rowland, William.
Ramsay Andrew Sir 1688 : To the memory, of the incomparable Sir Andrevv Ramsey of Abbots-Hall. : Provost of Edinburgh, counsellor to His Majesty, Lord of the Session, &c. Who departed thi life, January 17. 1688. A funeral elegie. / N. Paterson.; Paterson, Ninian,
Ramsey Colonel : Great news from Lymerick. : An account of the late action of Capt. Cole, in the River Shannon. : Being [a] relation of his taking a French frigate; as also, of his barring up thirty sale more of French ships. : With an account of the famous Baldarick Lord O'Donnel's terms of submission to their Majesties, for himself, and followers. : To which is added, the late defeat of the rebels in the north, by Collonel Ramsey.