Longways for as many as will; in one part (12th Ed., 1703)


(Duple minor-set.)
A1–4First and second men take hands, fall back a double and, releasing hands, move forward a double to places, turning single as they do so.
5–8First and second women do the same.
B1–2First and second couples right-hands-across half-way round.
3–4All turn single.
5–8Second woman, followed by first woman, and second man, followed by first man, cast down and form a line, four abreast, facing up, first man and first woman on the outside.
C1–4Taking hands, all four move forward a double and fall back a double, the first couple falling into the first place (improper) and the second couple into the second place (improper).
5–8First man and first woman cast down into the second place, cross over and change places; while second man and second woman lead up into the first place, cross over and change places (progressive).

Page transcribed by Hugh Stewart