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May 5, 2011

Sallying. A method of freeing a ship from bay ice, by having the crew run from one side of the vessel to the other, causing it to rock, and break up the ice. In his 1811 journal (entry for May 6th) Scoresby Jr. says “This excellent plan was first used by my father”.

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