Longways for as many as will; in one part (9th Ed. 1695).
|A||1–2||First and second men take hands and fall back a double; while first and second woman do the same.|
|3–6||Releasing hands, all four move forward, cross over, and change sides.|
|7–12||Same again to places.|
|B||1–4||First and second men go back-to-back, while first and second women do the same.|
|5–6||All four turn single.|
|7–12||Cirsular-hey, three changes, partners facing, the first couple falling into the second place and the second couple into the first (progressive).|
Page transcribed by Hugh Stewart