Bartholomew Fair

Bartholomew Fair, an annual market held at Smithfield, London, and instituted in 1133 by Henry I., to be kept on the saint's day, but abolished in 1853, when it ceased to be a market and became an occasion for mere dissipation and riot.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Bartholomew, St. * Bartholomew Hospital
Barry, Sir Charles
Barry Cornwall
Bart
Barth, Heinrich
Barthélemy, Auguste-Marseille
Barthélemy, The Abbé, Jean Jacques
Barthélemy Saint-Hilaire, Jules
Barthez, Paul Joseph
Bartholdi
Bartholomew, St.
Bartholomew Fair
Bartholomew Hospital
Bartholomew's Day, St.
Bartizan
Bartlett, John H.
Bartoli, Daniele
Bartoli, Pietro
Bartolini, Lorenzo
Bartolomme`o, Fra
Bartoloz`zi, Francesco
Barton, Bernard