Longways as many as will; in three parts (1st Ed., 1650).


First Part.
A11–4All lead up a double and fall back a double to places (r.s.).
5–8That again.
B11–4Partners set and turn single.
5–8That again.

Second Part.
(Duple minor-set.)
A11–4First man and first woman cross over, cast down outside second woman and second man, respectively, cross over again and stand between second man and second woman, the first man on the left of the first woman (r.s.).
5–8First and second couples, four abreast, face up, take hands, move forward a double and back a double (r.s.), first couple falling into second place, and second couple into first place (progressive).
B11–4Right-hands-across with first and second couples (r.s.).
5–8Left-hands-across with first and second couples (r.s.).

Third Part.
(Duple minor-set.)
A11–4First man and first woman cast down and move up between second couple (r.s.).
5–8Second man and second woman cast up into the first place, while first couple moves down into second place (r.s.) (progressive).
B11–4Second man and second woman face and take both hands, while first man and first woman do the same. Both couples then dance four slips up and four slips down again.
5–8Partners set and turn single.

Fourth Part.
(Duple minor-set.)
A11–8Same as in Second Part (progressive).
B11–4Partners face and clap hands on the first beat of the first bar. First and second woman arm with the right; while first and second men do the same.
5–8Partners arm with the left.

Page transcribed by Hugh Stewart