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Vice Admiral Sir Henry Mangles Denham (28 August 1800 – 3 July 1887) was a Royal Navy officer who went on to be Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Station.

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by Great Britain. Hydrographic Department
London : Published at the Admiralty under the Superintendence of Capt. G.H. Richards R.N. Hydrographer : Sold by J.D. Potter, Agent for the Admiralty Charts, 145 Minories , 1912
 
by Great Britain. Hydrographic Department
[London] : Published by the Hydrographic Office at the Admiralty ; Sold by J.D. Potter agent for the Admiralty charts 31 Poultry and 11 King Street, Tower Hill, April 4th 1856
 
by Great Britain. Hydrographic Dept
London : Published at the Admiralty under the superintendence of Captn. Washington, R.N., F.R.S., Hydrographer : Sold by J.D. Potter, Agent for the Admiralty Charts, 31 Poultry & 11 King St. Tower Hill, 11th Feby. 1859
 
by Great Britain. Hydrographic Department
London : Published at the Admiralty, 1st April 1873, under the Superintendence of Rear Admiral G.H. Richards, C.B. F.R.S. Hydrographer ; Sold by J.D. Potter agent for the sale of the Admiralty charts, 31 Poultry & 11 King St. Tower Hill, 1898
 
by Great Britain. Hydrographic Department
London : Published at the Admiralty 10th Octr. 1866 ; under the superintendence of Captn. G.H. Richards R.N. F.R.S. Hydrographer : Sold by J.D. Potter, agent for the Admiralty charts ; 31 Poultry & 11 King Street, Tower Hill, 1886
 
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