Bartram



John, 1699–1777, U.S. botanist.
a male given name.
Historical Examples

This was Admiral Bartram, and these were the companions of his solitary meal.
No Name Wilkie Collins

Miss Bartram’s inmost life, as a woman, was no longer the same.
Beauty and The Beast, and Tales From Home Bayard Taylor

Bartram states that bull is an abbreviation of bullet; the grapes being so called because they were of the size of a bullet.
The Grapes of New York U. P. Hedrick

Mr. Bartram Lindsay took off his glasses and twiddled them in his fingers.
Frances Kane’s Fortune L. T. Meade

Having taken a very young bird from the nest, he carried it to his friend, Mr. Bartram.
Nests and Eggs of Birds of The United States Thomas G. Gentry

She met Mr. Bartram in this quadrille, and he talked to her afterward.
A Little Girl in Old Pittsburg Amanda M. Douglas

About three weeks after this, Mr. Bartram joined a company of traders, and proceeded with them to Augusta.
Travels in North America, From Modern Writers William Bingley

Mr. Carrick was to be joint trustee with Mr. Bartram in Daffodil’s affairs.
A Little Girl in Old Pittsburg Amanda M. Douglas

His mother gave him 266 many cautions about obeying Mr. Bartram and not making trouble.
A Little Girl in Old Pittsburg Amanda M. Douglas

“It is a pity we cannot take in Felix as well,” Mr. Bartram said.
A Little Girl in Old Pittsburg Amanda M. Douglas

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