Longways for as many as will; in one part (8th Ed. 1690).
|A||1–4||First man and first woman cast down into the second place, second couple moving up into the first place. First woman then passes counter-clockwise round second man into the second place on the men’s side; while first man passes clockwise round second woman into the second place on the women’s side.|
|5–6||First and second men change places.|
|7–8||First and second women change places.|
|B||1–4||First and second couples hands-four.|
|5–8||First and second couples progressive-hey, three changes, first man and first women beginning the movement by passing by the right (progressive).|
Page transcribed by Hugh Stewart