Bartram


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Bar·tram

 (bär′trəm), John 1699-1777.
American botanist who established the first botanical garden in the Colonies (1728) and corresponded with European botanists, thus introducing many American species to Europe. His son William Bartram (1739-1823) was also a botanist.

Bar•tram

(ˈbɑr trəm)

n.
John, 1699–1777, U.S. botanist.
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Craig Bartram, mitigating, said Perry had made "full and frank admissions" and had pleaded guilty at the earliest opportunity.
Bartram executed a standard form installment mortgage that provided for both the optional acceleration of the sums secured by the mortgage as well as the borrower's right to reinstate the mortgage by curing any default.