Sir Francis Drake was also a member of the Sea Dogs and engaged in the raiding of Spanish shipping as far as modern day San Francisco on the Pacific coast. He led the second expedition around the world.
After 1604, when peace was made with Spain, many Sea Dogs continued their piratical activities by finding employment in the Barbary States, giving rise to Anglo-Turkish piracy, to the embarrassment of the English Crown.
See also 
- English/British naval history to 1815: a guide to the literature Eugene L. Rasor p.247 
- Elizabethan Sea Dogs 1560-1605 Angus Konstam, Angus McBride
- United States history to 1877 Nelson Klose, Robert F. Jones p.17
- Elizabethan Sea Dogs 1560-1605 by Angus Konstam, Angus McBride p.3
- Sick economies: drama, mercantilism, and disease in Shakespeare's England Jonathan Gil Harris p.152ff 
- Mimesis and Empire: The New World, Islam, and European Identities Barbara Fuchs p.121 
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