North Cornwall, England
Flotsam or jetsam?
According to the heavy old volume of Dr. Johnson’s Dictionary in my uncle’s study, flotsam is any goods floating on the sea where a ship has sunk or been cast away, while jetsam is anything purposefully cast out of a ship when in danger, in hopes of saving it, or at least lightening the load.
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