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English: Sir Francis Drake whilst playing bowls on Plymouth Hoe is informed of the approaching Spanish Armada. One of 4 bronze relief plaques on the base of the Drake statue in Tavistock, Devon. By Joseph Boehm(d.1890), donated by Hastings Russell, 9th Duke of Bedford(d.1891)
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