Longways for as many as will; in one part (9th Ed. 1695).
|A1||1–4||First man turns second woman with the right hand and then turns his partner with the left.|
|5–8||First couple and second woman hands-three, counter-clockwise, to places.|
|A2||1–4||Second man turns first woman with the left hand and then turns his partner with the right.|
|5–8||Second couple and first woman hands-three, clockwise, to places.|
|B1||1–4||First man and first woman lead down the middle, change hands, lead up and stand between second man and second woman, all four facing up.|
|5–8||Taking hands, all four move up a double and fall back a double, first couple into second place, second couple into first place (progressive).|
|B2||1–4||First and second couples hands-four.|
|5–8||First man and first woman lead up the middle, and cast down into second place.|
The Round believes in doing this fast, with forearm holds for the turns in A1 and A2.
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