A fresh northerly wind took us well out into the North Sea; then, a few days later, we lay becalmed on the dogger.
How it came about that he was bound for the dogger Bank needs explanation.
Seeing from afar what was happening, the mate and six men who had been sent to board the dogger now returned to the Sincerity.
In 1781 the Cleopatra was in the action off the dogger Bank, but in 1783 was paid off.
The second line took a wide curve to the west, and crossed right over the center of a shoal marked “dogger Bank.”
Meanwhile, the smugglers set to work on the dogger's cargo and landed it safely.
dogger, a Dutch vessel equipped with two masts and somewhat resembling a ketch.
The cobbles which he was able to intercept had just been employed in transferring the contraband from the dogger to the shore.
That was about all I arrived in time to hear, but the "dogger" had been more fortunate.
On the second night she shifted her ballast into the lee bow, and by that time we had been blown off somewhere on the dogger Bank.
"two-masted fishing boat," used in North Sea fishery, mid-14c., of unknown origin. It likely is the source of the name Dogger Bank (1660s) for the great banks of shoals in the North Sea.