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The English engage the Spanish fleet near Plymouth on 31 July, 1588
These charts were based on Lord Howard's account of the Spanish Armada's attempt to invade England in 1588. The skirmish off Plymouth is shown on the left with the English attacking the Spanish rearguard. To the right the English are shown pursuing the Armada, with further ships coming out of Plymouth. Drake's ship can be seen disobeying Howard's orders by heading south to investigate some hulks.
- Image reference: F8040
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London