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Newsmax
Queen Elizabeth Portrait to Remain in UK After Successful Fundraiserand Royal Museums Greenwich gave £400,000 ($529,000), the Times said. The port
Queen Elizabeth Portrait to Remain in UK After Successful Fundraiser
Newsmax / Posted 19 hours ago
and Royal Museums Greenwich gave £400,000 ($529,000), the Times said. The portrait was bought from descendants of Sir Francis Drake and will hang in the national collection of Royal Museums Greenwich at the Queen's House, where Elizabeth I was... Read more
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CNBC
Iconic painting of Queen Elizabeth I 'saved' for $13.57 millionraised and the painting, known as the Armada Portrait, was successfully purchas
Iconic painting of Queen Elizabeth I 'saved' for $13.57 million
CNBC / Posted yesterday
raised and the painting, known as the Armada Portrait, was successfully purchased from descendants of the English explorer Francis Drake. The Art Fund went on to describe the painting as encapsulating "the creativity, ideals and ambitions of the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
University of Plymouth guidedepartment assists disabled students. Sports teams include fencing, water polo
University of Plymouth guide
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
department assists disabled students. Sports teams include fencing, water polo and lacrosse.Other Visitors can stroll around The Hoe and see where Sir Francis Drake reputedly played bowls whilst the Spanish Armada sailed up the English... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Donations keep iconic Queen Elizabeth I portrait in Britainwrecked in a storm. The painting - one of three copies to survive by an unknown
Donations keep iconic Queen Elizabeth I portrait in Britain
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted yesterday
wrecked in a storm. The painting - one of three copies to survive by an unknown artist - was owned by descendants of sailor Francis Drake, who decided to sell it. (The Art Fund via AP) less This undated handout photo released by The Art Fund shows... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Elizabeth I Armada portrait saved for the nationCommissioned by Sir Francis Drake, it was owned until now by the Tyrwhitt-Drake
Elizabeth I Armada portrait saved for the nation
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Commissioned by Sir Francis Drake, it was owned until now by the Tyrwhitt-Drake family. Sir Roy Strong, the historian, said, “Such an icon of England should not leave the country and for it to find its final resting place on the walls of the museum... Read more
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Kiama Independent
The South Coast Regional Wrap | Friday, July 29, 2016not had any terror attacks – recently. But he admits frankly that one is "likel
The South Coast Regional Wrap | Friday, July 29, 2016
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
not had any terror attacks – recently. But he admits frankly that one is "likely". Read more 1588: British General, Sir Francis Drake, defeats the Spanish Armada off the coast of Plymouth. 1938: The "Territory for the Seat of Government"... Read more
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NBC Miami
Donations Keep Iconic Queen Elizabeth I Portrait in UKin a storm. The painting — one of three copies to survive by an unknown artist
Donations Keep Iconic Queen Elizabeth I Portrait in UK
NBC Miami / Posted yesterday
in a storm. The painting — one of three copies to survive by an unknown artist — was owned by descendants of sailor Francis Drake, who decided to sell it. The appeal drew 1.5 million pounds in public donations, and millions more from... Read more
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NBC Dallas Fort Worth
Donations Keep Iconic Queen Elizabeth I Portrait in UKin a storm. The painting — one of three copies to survive by an unknown artist
Donations Keep Iconic Queen Elizabeth I Portrait in UK
NBC Dallas Fort Worth / Posted yesterday
in a storm. The painting — one of three copies to survive by an unknown artist — was owned by descendants of sailor Francis Drake, who decided to sell it. The appeal drew 1.5 million pounds in public donations, and millions more from... Read more
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NBC Connecticut
Donations Keep Iconic Queen Elizabeth I Portrait in UKin a storm. The painting — one of three copies to survive by an unknown artist
Donations Keep Iconic Queen Elizabeth I Portrait in UK
NBC Connecticut / Posted yesterday
in a storm. The painting — one of three copies to survive by an unknown artist — was owned by descendants of sailor Francis Drake, who decided to sell it. The appeal drew 1.5 million pounds in public donations, and millions more from... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
Donations Keep Iconic Queen Elizabeth I Portrait in UKin a storm. The painting — one of three copies to survive by an unknown artist
Donations Keep Iconic Queen Elizabeth I Portrait in UK
NBC Philadelphia / Posted yesterday
in a storm. The painting — one of three copies to survive by an unknown artist — was owned by descendants of sailor Francis Drake, who decided to sell it. The appeal drew 1.5 million pounds in public donations, and millions more from... Read more
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NBC New York
Donations Keep Iconic Queen Elizabeth I Portrait in UKin a storm. The painting — one of three copies to survive by an unknown artist
Donations Keep Iconic Queen Elizabeth I Portrait in UK
NBC New York / Posted yesterday
in a storm. The painting — one of three copies to survive by an unknown artist — was owned by descendants of sailor Francis Drake, who decided to sell it. The appeal drew 1.5 million pounds in public donations, and millions more from... Read more
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NBC Los Angeles
Donations Keep Iconic Queen Elizabeth I Portrait in UKin a storm. The painting — one of three copies to survive by an unknown artist
Donations Keep Iconic Queen Elizabeth I Portrait in UK
NBC Los Angeles / Posted yesterday
in a storm. The painting — one of three copies to survive by an unknown artist — was owned by descendants of sailor Francis Drake, who decided to sell it. The appeal drew 1.5 million pounds in public donations, and millions more from... Read more
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NBC Chicago
Donations Keep Iconic Queen Elizabeth I Portrait in UKin a storm. The painting — one of three copies to survive by an unknown artist
Donations Keep Iconic Queen Elizabeth I Portrait in UK
NBC Chicago / Posted yesterday
in a storm. The painting — one of three copies to survive by an unknown artist — was owned by descendants of sailor Francis Drake, who decided to sell it. The appeal drew 1.5 million pounds in public donations, and millions more from... Read more
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NBC Washington
Donations Keep Iconic Queen Elizabeth I Portrait in UKin a storm. The painting — one of three copies to survive by an unknown artist
Donations Keep Iconic Queen Elizabeth I Portrait in UK
NBC Washington / Posted yesterday
in a storm. The painting — one of three copies to survive by an unknown artist — was owned by descendants of sailor Francis Drake, who decided to sell it. The appeal drew 1.5 million pounds in public donations, and millions more from... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
Donations Keep Iconic Queen Elizabeth I Portrait in UKin a storm. The painting — one of three copies to survive by an unknown artist
Donations Keep Iconic Queen Elizabeth I Portrait in UK
NBC Bay Area / Posted yesterday
in a storm. The painting — one of three copies to survive by an unknown artist — was owned by descendants of sailor Francis Drake, who decided to sell it. The appeal drew 1.5 million pounds in public donations, and millions more from... Read more
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Manning River Times
Friday, July 29, 2016not had any terror attacks – recently. But he admits frankly that one is "likel
Friday, July 29, 2016
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
not had any terror attacks – recently. But he admits frankly that one is "likely". Read more 1588: British General, Sir Francis Drake, defeats the Spanish Armada off the coast of Plymouth. 1938: The "Territory for the Seat of Government"... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Friday, July 29, 2016not had any terror attacks – recently. But he admits frankly that one is "likel
Friday, July 29, 2016
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
not had any terror attacks – recently. But he admits frankly that one is "likely". Read more 1588: British General, Sir Francis Drake, defeats the Spanish Armada off the coast of Plymouth. 1938: The "Territory for the Seat of Government"... Read more
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The Border Mail
Friday, July 29, 2016not had any terror attacks – recently. But he admits frankly that one is "likel
Friday, July 29, 2016
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
not had any terror attacks – recently. But he admits frankly that one is "likely". Read more 1588: British General, Sir Francis Drake, defeats the Spanish Armada off the coast of Plymouth. 1938: The "Territory for the Seat of Government"... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Friday, July 29, 2016not had any terror attacks – recently. But he admits frankly that one is "likel
Friday, July 29, 2016
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
not had any terror attacks – recently. But he admits frankly that one is "likely". Read more 1588: British General, Sir Francis Drake, defeats the Spanish Armada off the coast of Plymouth. 1938: The "Territory for the Seat of Government"... Read more
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The Young Witness
THE DAILY BUZZ | Friday, July 29, 2016not had any terror attacks – recently. But he admits frankly that one is "likel
THE DAILY BUZZ | Friday, July 29, 2016
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
not had any terror attacks – recently. But he admits frankly that one is "likely". Read more 1588: British General, Sir Francis Drake, defeats the Spanish Armada off the coast of Plymouth. 1938: The "Territory for the Seat of Government"... Read more
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The Young Witness
THE DAILY BUZZ | Friday, July 29, 2016not had any terror attacks – recently. But he admits frankly that one is "likel
THE DAILY BUZZ | Friday, July 29, 2016
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
not had any terror attacks – recently. But he admits frankly that one is "likely". Read more 1588: British General, Sir Francis Drake, defeats the Spanish Armada off the coast of Plymouth. 1938: The "Territory for the Seat of Government"... Read more
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Western Advocate
Friday, July 29, 2016not had any terror attacks – recently. But he admits frankly that one is "likel
Friday, July 29, 2016
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
not had any terror attacks – recently. But he admits frankly that one is "likely". Read more 1588: British General, Sir Francis Drake, defeats the Spanish Armada off the coast of Plymouth. 1938: The "Territory for the Seat of Government"... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Friday, July 29, 2016not had any terror attacks – recently. But he admits frankly that one is "likel
Friday, July 29, 2016
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
not had any terror attacks – recently. But he admits frankly that one is "likely". Read more 1588: British General, Sir Francis Drake, defeats the Spanish Armada off the coast of Plymouth. 1938: The "Territory for the Seat of Government"... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Friday, July 29, 2016not had any terror attacks – recently. But he admits frankly that one is "likel
Friday, July 29, 2016
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
not had any terror attacks – recently. But he admits frankly that one is "likely". Read more 1588: British General, Sir Francis Drake, defeats the Spanish Armada off the coast of Plymouth. 1938: The "Territory for the Seat of Government"... Read more
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The Courier
Friday, July 29, 2016not had any terror attacks – recently. But he admits frankly that one is "likel
Friday, July 29, 2016
The Courier / Posted yesterday
not had any terror attacks – recently. But he admits frankly that one is "likely". Read more 1588: British General, Sir Francis Drake, defeats the Spanish Armada off the coast of Plymouth. 1938: The "Territory for the Seat of Government"... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for July 22through Larkspur are two lanes. I don’t see why the median would have to be ch
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for July 22
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 8 days ago
through Larkspur are two lanes. I don’t see why the median would have to be changed, tho. What is confusing is the Sir Francis Drake Boulevard/Bon Air intersection with two lanes turning onto Bon Air with an immediate left turn; cars not... Read more
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The Mercury News
Sister of missing 15-old Vallejo girl remains hopeful she will come homea.m., Castro was seen driving westbound on 580 on the San Rafael Bridge. Seven
Sister of missing 15-old Vallejo girl remains hopeful she will come home
The Mercury News / Posted 9 days ago
a.m., Castro was seen driving westbound on 580 on the San Rafael Bridge. Seven minutes later, Castro was in the area of Sir Francis Drake Boulevard. At 9:35 a.m., Castro headed southbound on Highway 101 on the Golden Gate Bridge. But the footage... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Why is this the most lightning-struck place on Earth?attempts to invade Venezuela under the cover of darkness. In the first attempt
Why is this the most lightning-struck place on Earth?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 15 days ago
attempts to invade Venezuela under the cover of darkness. In the first attempt, in 1595, ships led by British seafarer Sir Francis Drake were exposed while trying to launch a surprise night-time attack on Spanish soldiers in Maracaibo. The thwarted... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Grand jury’s advice on Drake Boulevard is helpfulfor everyone in the 2015-16 Marin County Civil Grand Jury’s assessment of the d
Grand jury’s advice on Drake Boulevard is helpful
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 15 days ago
for everyone in the 2015-16 Marin County Civil Grand Jury’s assessment of the debate over planned improvements for Sir Francis Drake Boulevard. The citizens’ watchdog panel did a terrific job slicing through the rhetoric and offered some... Read more
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News.com.au
What’s going on in the most electric place on earth?attempts to invade Venezuela under the cover of darkness. In the first attempt
What’s going on in the most electric place on earth?
News.com.au / Posted 16 days ago
attempts to invade Venezuela under the cover of darkness. In the first attempt, in 1595, ships led by British seafarer Sir Francis Drake were exposed while trying to launch a surprise night-time attack on Spanish soldiers in Maracaibo. The thwarted... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for July 12the July 11 IJ article and all the plans for additional housing in Fairfax, is
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for July 12
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 18 days ago
the July 11 IJ article and all the plans for additional housing in Fairfax, is there no mention of the many cars that will be dumped onto Sir Francis Drake Boulevard (already a disaster) and Center Boulevard? — The Rev. Jan Heg... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Local push needed to fix Interstate 580 messto reach eastbound I-580 are the miles of nightly traffic congestion that stack
Local push needed to fix Interstate 580 mess
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 19 days ago
to reach eastbound I-580 are the miles of nightly traffic congestion that stacks up cars on Highway 101 and turns Sir Francis Drake Boulevard and streets in East San Rafael into gridlock. The promised reopening of the third traffic lane... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
The Irish island campaigning to become part of Scotlandthe MacDonnells of Antrim and witnessed massacre at the hands of Covenanter Cam
The Irish island campaigning to become part of Scotland
EveningTimes Online / Posted 21 days ago
the MacDonnells of Antrim and witnessed massacre at the hands of Covenanter Campbell soldiers in 1642. A century before Sir Francis Drake was sent to confront Scottish refugees on the island, and in the ensuing massacre, hundreds of men, women and... Read more
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heraldscotland
After Brexit Northern Ireland's Rathlin Island is looking to a future with Scotland to preserve its European statusthe MacDonnells of Antrim and witnessed massacre at the hands of Covenanter Cam
After Brexit Northern Ireland's Rathlin Island is looking to a future with Scotland to preserve its European status
heraldscotland / Posted 21 days ago
the MacDonnells of Antrim and witnessed massacre at the hands of Covenanter Campbell soldiers in 1642. A century before Sir Francis Drake was sent to confront Scottish refugees on the island, and in the ensuing massacre, hundreds of men, women and... Read more
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New Times San Luis Obispo
Publishing Local News and Entertainment for over 29 years in San Luis Obispo County, CALuis Obispo area: the Central Coast Renaissance Festival is upon us once more.
Publishing Local News and Entertainment for over 29 years in San Luis Obispo County, CA
New Times San Luis Obispo / Posted 23 days ago
Luis Obispo area: the Central Coast Renaissance Festival is upon us once more. Let us go back in time. The year is 1588. Francis Drake and his men have sailed to the coast of Spain and destroyed many of the Spanish ships at Cadiz. Now the... Read more
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KTVU 2 San Francisco
Novato man cited for paintball battery of cyclistgun was not found in the vehicle, Barclay said. The CHP initially received a r
Novato man cited for paintball battery of cyclist
KTVU 2 San Francisco / Posted 23 days ago
gun was not found in the vehicle, Barclay said. The CHP initially received a report of a vehicle-bicycle collision on Sir Francis Drake Boulevard east of state Route 1 around 1:20 p.m., Barclay said. A Marin County sheriff's deputy stopped the... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for July 7as “induced demand.” Put simply, a nice new roadway appears, more people use it
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for July 7
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 23 days ago
as “induced demand.” Put simply, a nice new roadway appears, more people use it. In addition to local drivers, West Sir Francis Drake Boulevard is also impacted by continued population growth to the west and north of the Fairfax-Bon Air... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Involve the community on the front endLikely, Magnolia these days is getting a lot more traffic as motorists seek to
Involve the community on the front end
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 23 days ago
Likely, Magnolia these days is getting a lot more traffic as motorists seek to avoid congestion on Highway 101 and Sir Francis Drake Boulevard. Now, in response to the petition, Mayor Catherine Way and Councilman Kevin Haroff plan to hold a... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Despite taxes and fees, we are not fixing traffic jamsand the media. Proof positive of their community value is its just-released re
Despite taxes and fees, we are not fixing traffic jams
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 24 days ago
and the media. Proof positive of their community value is its just-released report, “Traffic Congestion in Marin, The Sir Francis Drake Boulevard Project Deconstructed.” The jurors ask the ultimate Marin question: About $140-per-year per person... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Another MP Loses Seat Over Academic Papersthe National Resistance Movement candidate beat five politicians to the seat in
Another MP Loses Seat Over Academic Papers
AllAfrica.com / Posted 25 days ago
the National Resistance Movement candidate beat five politicians to the seat in the February 18 elections. However, Mr Francis Drake Lubega, who contested and lost, went to court to challenge Mr Kalemba's election saying he lacked the required... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Marin County’s most intriguing innsof 1906. Little since has shaken up this hamlet at the gateway to the Point Rey
Marin County’s most intriguing inns
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 28 days ago
of 1906. Little since has shaken up this hamlet at the gateway to the Point Reyes National Seashore. Situated where Sir Francis Drake Boulevard ends at Highway 1, time also seems to come to a halt. A handful of 19th century buildings remains,... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for July 2at Wolfe Grade ADA compliant by putting ramps on both sides so those confined t
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for July 2
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 29 days ago
at Wolfe Grade ADA compliant by putting ramps on both sides so those confined to wheelchairs don’t have to cross Sir Francis Drake at Bon Air Road or Sir Francis Drake at Laurel Grove. It’s a continual slap in the face of the disabled in... Read more
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Breitbart
Tales of Trump Nation: Searching the Past for Suitable Inspirationwas a clear enough vision of English independence, and it guided the skill and
Tales of Trump Nation: Searching the Past for Suitable Inspiration
Breitbart / Posted 29 days ago
was a clear enough vision of English independence, and it guided the skill and bravery of such British heroes as Francis Drake, the Duke of Marlborough, Horatio Nelson, Pitt the Elder and Younger, and Winston Churchill. Each man, in his... Read more

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