an English miscellaneous writer. Bayley, in 1825 accompanied his father, who was in the army, to Barbados, and remained in the West Indies for four years. About the time of his return to England in 1829, he found that he was able to write in verse with considerable facility. He conducted a publication called the Omnibus, and was the first editor of the Illustrated London News (established in 1842). Bayley was improvident, and was constantly in difficulties. He died at Birmingham of bronchitis, and was buried in the cemetery there.
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