T. B. Bayley, Esq. , 1862
Scope and Contents
A full length studio portrait of Thomas Butterworth Charles Bayley (1810-1871) the agriculturalist and horse breeder. Bayley joined the Bengal Service in 1829 but was on sick leave at the Cape from 1836 until his retirement in 1843. Bayley settled in the Cape and devoted his time to stock breeding and agricultural experiments. He served on the Legislative Council from 1843-1845 and retired to Wynberg in 1862 after losing most of his stock in an epidemic. He was the author of ‘Notes on the horse sickness at the Cape of Good Hope in 1854-55’ (Cape Town, 1856).
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1 photographic print(s)
83 x 114 mm.
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