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


(Duple minor-set.)
A11–2First man and first woman change places, turning single as they do so.
3–8They set to one another and cast off into second place, second couple moving up into first place.
A21–8The second couple does the same.
B1–4First and second couples right-hands-across (sk.s.).
5–8First and second couples left-hands-across (sk.s.).
C1–4First man crosses over, passes clockwise round second woman and returns to the same place, jumping on the second beat of the fourth bar; while the first woman crosses over, passes counter-clockwise round second man and returns to place, jumping on the second beat of the fourth bar.
5–8First man and first woman cast off into the second place, turn each other half-way round and change places, second couple leading up into first place and turning in like manner (progressive).

Page transcribed by Hugh Stewart