Longways for as many as will; in one part (10th Ed. 1698).
|Throughout this dance the leading couples are improper. Partners on reaching the top or bottom of the Set must therefore remember to change places.
|The first couple being improper, first man and second woman turn once-and-a-half round and change places; while second man and first woman do the same.
|First and second men cross over and change places with their partners, and then, turning their partners half-way round, fall back to the same places.
|First couple leads up to the top; while second man and second woman cast down into the second place.
|Circular-hey, three changes, partners facing (progressive; improper).
|First woman and first man cross between second man and second woman and pass, the first woman clockwise round second woman, the first man counter-clockwise round second man, meet, turn half-way round and fall back to places.
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