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When no specific Charge shall be made against any Officer or Seamen for or in respect or in consequence of such Wreck, Loss, Destruction, or Capture, it shall be lawful to try all the Officers and Crew or all the surviving Officers and Crew of any such Ship, together, before One and the same Court, and to call upon all or any of them when upon their Trial to give Evidence on Oath or Affirmation before the Court touching all or any of the Matters then under Inquiry, but no Officer or Seaman shall be obliged to give any Evidence which may tend to criminate himself.
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