Longways for as many as will; in one part (10th Ed. 1698).
|A||1–4||First man turns second woman.|
|5–8||Second man turns first woman.|
|B1||1–4||First and second men take hands, move forward between first and second women and cast off to places, first man to his left, second man to his right.|
|5–8||First and second men turn once-and-a-half round and change places; while first and second women do the same (progressive).|
|B2||1–4||Women do as men did in B1.|
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