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James Lewis Farley (1823–1885)

Farley, James Lewis. An Irish journalist, topical and descriptive writer; born in Dublin, Sept. 9, 1823; died in London, Nov. 12, 1885. Established in Turkey as a bank official, he became correspondent of two or three great London dailies and speedily made himself an authority on Turkish questions. His books include: ‘The Resources of Turkey’ (1862); ‘Turkey: Its Rise, Progress, and Present Condition’ (1866); and ‘Modern Turkey’ (1872).