… This usage towards her Ambassadour 1 she tooke in ill part, as done in disgrace to her: and no lesse the injury done at this time by the Spaniards to Sir John Hawkins. This Hawkins had arrived at Saint John de Ullua, in the Bay of Mexico, with five ships for commerce, laden with merchandises and Black-more slaves, which were now commonly bought in Africa by the Spaniards, and by their example by the English, and sold again in America, how honestly I know not. The next day arrived there also the King of Spaines Royall Navy, which…set upon the English, slew many, tooke three ships, and pillaged the goods…. Hereat the military and sea-faring men all over England fretted and demanded warre against the Spaniards, exclaiming that they were League breakers….