|A1||Neighbours lead forward and back to partner; lead forward to meet again and cast away from neighbour back to place.|
|A2||All that again.|
|B1||First couple lead down and back to second place, all turn partners in the last two bars.|
|B2||Second couple lead down and back to progressed place, all turn partners.|
Note that Cecil Sharp did not publish this dance in the first edition of the Country Dance Book part I; it was added in the second edition by Maud Karpeles. It is included here for those who expect it to be in the Country Dance Book, but the words are mine, not Cecil Sharp’s.
Page transcribed by Hugh Stewart