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Allan I Ramsay
Allan Ramsay
Allan Ramsey
Clergyman
Ramsay, A.
Ramsay, Allan
Ramsay, Allan ((artist))
Ramsay, Allan I
Ramsay, Allan II
Ramsay, Allan (Scottish portraitist and essayist, 1713-1784)
Ramsay, de
Steady
Steady (pseudonym)
Dates: 
1713-1784
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Hackert, Philipp (1737-1807)
Ingamells, John
Jones, J. (approximately 1745-1797)
Jones, John (approximately 1745-1797)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Parr, Samuel (1747-1825)
Ramsay, Allan (1684-1758; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Ramsay, Allan (1713-1784))
reinagle philip
Scriven, Edward (1775-1841))
Smart, Alastair (1922-1992)
Suttermans, Justus (1597-1681)
White, Benjamin (1725?-1794))
Titles: 
Allan Ramsay : a complete catalogue of his paintings
Allan Ramsay and the search for Horace's villa, cop. 2001:
Allan Ramsay : painter, essayist and man of the Enlightenment
arno miscellany Being a collection of fugitive pieces written by the members of a society called the Oziosi at Florence, The
Carte generale de la partie de la Sabine où etoit située la maison de campagne d'Horace, suivie de dix vüe des sites de cette campagne et de ses environs, nommés dans les Oeuvres d'Horace ..
Colonial pamphlets.
dialogue on taste, A
Enquiry into the situation and circumstances of Horace's Sabine villa
essay on ridicule, An
Essay on the naturalization of foreigners
Galileo
Gulielmi Bellendeni magistri supplicum libellorum augusti regis magnae britanniae, &c. : De statu libri tres.
historical essay on the English constitution, or, An impartial inquiry into the elective power of the people, from the first establishment of the Saxons in this kingdom wherein the right of Parliament to tax our distant provinces is explained and justified upon such constitutional principles as will afford an equal security to the colonists as to their brethren at home., An
History of England from the invasion of Julius Caesar to the revolution in 1688, The
investigator. Containing the following tracts: I. On ridicule. II. On Elizabeth Canning. III. On naturalization. IV. On taste, The
investigator. Number Cccxxii. To be continued occasionally, The
[Jean-Jacques Rousseau, half-length portrait, facing left with right hand on chest, wearing fur-trimmed coat and hat]
letter to Edmund Burke, esq. occasioned by his speech in Parliament february 11, 1780., A
Letter to the right honourable earl of --- concerning the affair of elizabeth canning
medical works of Richard Mead, m. d. physician to his late Majesty king George II. fellow of the royal colleges of physicians at London and Edinburgh, and of the royal society.., The
Mélanges de littérature et de philosophie
Observations upon the Riot Act, With an Attempt Towards the Amendment of it. By a dilettante in law and politics
Plan of reconciliation between great britain and her colonies founded in justice, and constitutional security: by which the rights of englishmen, in matters of taxation, are preserved to the inhabitants of america, and the islands beyond the atlantic
Poet & painter, 1984:
Studien zur Porträtkunst von Allan Ramsay
succinct review of the American contest, addressed to those whom it may concern. By Zero. First published in February, 1778, while the bills called conciliatory were under the consideration of the House of Commons, A
Thoughts on the origin and nature of government. Occasioned by the late disputes between Great Britain and her American colonies: written in the year 1766
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