Longways for as many as will; in two parts (8th Ed. 1690).


First Part.
(Triple minor-set.}
A1–4First man turns second woman.
5–8First woman turns second man.
B1–8First man and first woman cross over, cast down, cross over below the second couple, cast down again, meet below the third couple, lead up the middle to the top, and cast down into second place, second couple moving up into first place (progressive).

Second Part.
(Duple minor-set.}
A1–2First and second women fall back a double, while first and second men move forward a double.
3–4All four turn single.
5–6The two men fall back a double, and the two women move forward a double to places.
7–8All four turn single.
B1–4Partners side, all clapping their hands on the first beat of the first bar.
5–6All four turn single.
7–8First man and first woman cast down into second place, while second couple moves up into first place, partners striking each other’s hands (right on left and left on right) on the first beat of the bar (progressive).

Page transcribed by Hugh Stewart