are elder brethren of the Trinity House. If a question arising in an admiralty action depends upon technical skill and experience in navigation, TRINITY SITTINGS 1174 ROVER the judge or court is usually assisted at the hearing by two Trinity Masters, who sit as assessors, and advise the court ou questions of a nautical character. Williams & B. Adm. Jur. 271; Sweet.
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