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several of Drake's maps may have been altered to this end. In 1568 Drake was on his third expedition with the Hawkins fleet when, whilst negotiating to resupply and repair at a Spanish port in Mexico, the fleet was attacked by Spanish warships, with all but two of the English ships lost. It is supposed that his final resting place is near the wrecks of two British ships, the Elizabeth and the Delight, scuttled in Portobelo Bay. His second wife, Elizabeth Sydenham, came from a much more influential family. When Francis was still a small boy, the Catholic Queen Mary came to the throne, and there were religious disturbances in Devon. 42 For her part, the Queen gave Drake a jewel with her portrait, an unusual gift to bestow upon a commoner, and one that Drake sported proudly in his 1591 portrait by Marcus Gheeraerts now at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich. (Belfast, 1923) a b Coote, Stephen, Drake: The Life and Legend of an Elizabethan Hero, Saint Martin's Press, New York, 2003. He escaped along with John Hawkins, surviving the attack by swimming.
New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press. 21 John Hawkins is considered to have been the first English slave-trader. After defeat at Nombre de Dios, Drake's fleet moved farther west and anchored off the coast of Portobelo, Panama. Many were prepared to help the English as they blamed the Spanish escape form reality for their position. Drakes hostility towards the Spanish is said to have started with this incident. Bibliography Bawlf, Samuel (2003).