Richard Inwards

Birth: 1840

Death:1937

Richard Inwards (22 April 1840, Houghton Regis - 30 September 1937) was a mining engineer, an astronomer and a meteorologist. Inwards managed the San Baldomero mine in Bolivia for Evans and Askin and then a mine in Spain for the Manganese Company.

He reported on mines and mining projects in South America, Mexico, Norway, Austria, Spain, Portugal and England. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society in 1861 and a Fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society in 1862. He served as president of the Royal Meteorological Society in 1894 and 1895.

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References:

Richard Inwards. A Link with the Past". The Observer. 60: 325-326. 1937

Mr. Richard Inwards". Nature. 133: 603. 21 April 1934

Mr. Richard Inwards". Nature. 140: 715. 23 October 1937.

"Inwards, Richard". Who's Who: 1150. 1916.

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The Temple of the Andes (1884) The Temple of the Andes 1884
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