Longways for as many as will; in one part (Vol 2, 4th Ed. 1728).
|A||1–4||First man and first woman set and cast down into second place, second couple moving up into first place.|
|5–8||Second couple set and cast down into second place, first couple moving up into first place.|
|B||1–2||First man and second woman meet with two steps and a jump on the two beats of the first bar and the first beat of the second, respectively.|
|3–4||First womnan and second man meet in like manner.|
|5–6||All four return to places, turning single as they do so.|
|7–12||First man and first woman cross over, cast down, meet below second couple, cross over again, caast down, meet below third couple, and move up the middle into the second place; while second couple moves up into first place (progressive).|
Page transcribed by Hugh Stewart