Image description: Assorted illustrations of plants and animals. The bulk of these are scientific engravings of plants, including many species of geranium, and two of the plates are partially hand-colored.
Images (1) and (2) are drawings of an insect nest and moths, respectively, and could possibly be attributed to a member of the Bartram family.
Image (3) is an engraving of a turkey pheasant from Gleanings of Natural History, published by George Edwards, who was a friend and correspondent of William Bartram.
Images (4) - (25) are from German botanist Johann Jakob Dillenius' Hortus Elthamensis. John Bartram sent Dillenius specimens for a later work, but whether the elder Bartram owned a complete volume of the Hortus Elthamensis is unknown.