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Edward Halse

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Edward Halse (1854- )

1922 A.R.S.M., M.Inst.M.M., Min. Geologist; on the Scientific and Tech. Staff, Imperial Inst., South Kensington; b. 1854; s. of George Frederick Halse (sculptor). Ed. privately; and King's College, London. Training: Royal School of Mines, London. Career: Managing Lead, Zinc and Manganese Mines in Wales; Gold Mines in W. Af., W. Australia and Colombia, S. Amer.; Cons. Work in Mexico City, Coolgardie, W. Australia and London; Examining and Reporting on Metalliferous Deposits (including gold, silver, copper, quicksilver, antimony, tin, tungsten and manganese) in above countries and in Italy, Spain, Portugal and Asia Minor. Publ.: A Dictionary of Spanish, Spanish-American, Portuguese and Portuguese-American, Min., Metallurgical and Allied Terms; 2nd Edition 1914 (Griffin's Min. Series); Various Papers (principally on ore deposits), published in the Trans. N.E.I.M. and M.E., American. I.M.E. and the I.M.M. Address: 213, St. Margaret's Road, E. Twickenham, Middlesex.

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