Sir Andrew Murray (also known as Sir Andrew Moray, or Sir Andrew de Moray), calmly mending his armour as the English army approached during the Second War of Scottish Independence the invasion of Scotland by Edward III, 1335. The Scottish equivalent of Drake playing bowls as the Armada approached.

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Illustration by William Henry Margetson (1861-1940) from a history of the Scottish People published in 1893. The Scottish equivalent of Drake playing bowls as the Armada approached. On being told that Edward III's army was approaching he calmly mended his armour, telling his men there was no need for haste. Info from wiki: Sir Andrew Murray (1298–1338), also known as Sir Andrew Moray, or Sir Andrew de Moray, was a Scottish military and political leader who supported David II of Scotland against Edward Balliol and King Edward III of England during the so-called Second War of Scottish Independence. He held the lordships of Avoch and Petty in north Scotland, and Bothwell in west-central Scotland. In 1326 he married Christina Bruce, a sister of King Robert I of Scotland. Murray was twice chosen as Guardian of Scotland, first in 1332, and again from 1335 on his return to Scotland after his release from captivity in England. He held the guardianship until his death in 1338