|A1||1–4||First and second couples link right arms and swing round. Fig.20 (p.38).|
|5–8||First and second couples link left arms and swing round. Fig.20 (p.38).|
|B||First man and first woman move down the middle and cast up through the third couple. Fig.21 (p.38).|
|A2||Hands four with first and second couples. Fig.32 (p.45).|
|C||First and second couples swing and cast one (progressive). Fig.3 (p.29).|
The following step is used throughout the dance:
Although, one presumes, Cecil Sharp saw this performed as a triple minor there is no reason not to dance it as duple minor since the threes do nothing whatsoever.
Page transcribed by Hugh Stewart