Longways as many as will; in three parts (7th Ed., 1686).


First Part.
(Duple minor-set.)
A11–8First and second couples whole-pousette (r.s.) (Fig.6, p.45).
B11First man and second woman change places (r.s.).
2Second man and first woman change places (r.s.).
3First and second couples hands-four two slips clockwise.
4–6Same couples hands-four six slips, counter-clockwise, to places.
7–8First couple casts down into second place, while second couple moves up into first place (r.s.) (progressive).

Second Part.
(Duple minor-set.)
A11–4First man and second woman fall back two small steps, and then dance back-to-back, to places (r.s.).
5–8Second man and first woman do the same.
B11–6First and second couples hands-four once-and-a-half round, men falling on the women's side and women on the men's, and first couple below second couple.
7–8Partners cross over and change places (progressive).

Third Part.
(Duple minor-set.)
A11–4First man and first woman cross over, cast down, meet below the second couple, move up between second couple and stand, side by side, facing up (r.s.).
5–8Second man, first woman, first man, and second woman, four abreast, face up, take hands, move forward a double, and fall back a double (r.s.).
B1Bar 1First and second men honour, respectively, second and first women.
Bar 2First and second men honour their partners.
3–4First turns second woman; while second man turns first woman.
5–8First and second men turn their partners, first couple falling into second place and second couple into first place (progressive).

The Round dances this as:

A1–8Whole pousette (clockwise; first corners pushing).
B1–8First corners cross, second corners cross; circle left half, ones cast and twos move up.
A1–8First corners fall back a double and come forward to stand back-to-back in the middle; second corners the same.
B1–8Back ring half way round (clockwise), lead out a double on the side with neighbour; turn alone, lead back in and cross over with partner.
A1–8First couple cross over, cast down below twos into a line of four facing up; lead up a double and back, bending the line to put the twos in progressed place.
B1–8Nod to neighbour, nod to partner, two hand turn neighbour, two hand turn partner once (2nd couple) or half (ones) to end progressed and proper.

Page transcribed by Hugh Stewart