Longways for as many as will; in four parts (1st Ed., 1650).


First Part.
A1–4All lead up a double and fall back a double to places (r.s.).
5–8That again.
B1–4Partners set and turn single.
5–8That again.

Second Part.
(Duple minor-set.)
A1–4First and second woman Whole-gip, (Fig.8, p.23) once-and-a-half-round, facing centre, falling into each other’s places.
5–8First woman and second man do the same.
B1–2First man and second woman change places (r.s.).
3–4Second man and first woman do the same.
5–8First couple casts off into second place, second couple moving up (sk.s.) (progressive).

Third Part.
(Duple minor-set.)
A1–8First man crosses over below second woman, turns round her to his left, crosses again above second man, passes round him, and returns to his place. Simultaneously, first woman crosses over above second man (passing first man by the left), turns to her left, passes round second man, crosses over above second woman, turns to her right, round second woman, and returns up the middle to her place (sk.s.).
B1–4First and second couples right-hands-across (sk.s.).
5–8As in Second Part (progressive).

Fourth Part.
(Duple minor-set.)
A1–2First man and second man take right hands and change places; while first and second women take left hands and do the same (r.s.).
3–6First man moves up on the outside of second man; while first woman moves up on the outside of second woman. All take hands and, four abreast, lead up a double and fall back a double (r.s.).
7–8First man, followed by second man, casts off to his left, and returns up the middle to his place; while first woman, followed by second woman, casts off to her right and does the same (sk.s).
B1–2Partners change places (r.s.).
3–4First man changes places with second woman (r.s.).
5–6Second man changes places with first woman (progressive).
7–8All turn single.

Page transcribed by Hugh Stewart