John Bayley (circa 1847 - 1910) was an English bandmaster, clarinetist, violinist, and organist who was active in his native country and North America. Cornetist Herbert L. Clarke described him in his autobiography as "a finished musician of high order; he was a remarkable organist... and one of the best clarinetists I have ever heard in my life."
by John Bayley Esq., from the most noted cabinets in that country.; "Printed for private distribution".
Edition: 5; 5th ed. /; with considerable additions, edited by Francis Bayley.; Includes An act for the better regulating copartnerships of certain bankers of England.
Edition: 6; 6th ed.,; by George Morley Dowdeswell.; By Sir John Bayley, knt. ...
from the originals in the tower.; Printed by command of his Majesty King George IV. In pursuance of an adress of the house of commons of Great Britain
By the Hon. Sir John Bayley, Knight, ...; "Printed by A. Strahan, Printers-Street, London." - verso of title-leaf etc.; Text printed in two columns, with footnotes.
Edition: 4; 4th ed. /; corr., with additional references to former and later reports by John Bayley.; taken and collected by the Right Honorable Robert Lord Raymond.; Spine title: Lord Raymond's reports.; Includes indexes.
edited by J. Bayley, and on the parliamentary writs, edited by Francis Palgrave.
1 map: col. ; 22 x 27 cm; Scale [ca. 1 : 5,632,000 40 miles = 045 in.]