A1 1-2 1st cpl. cross R. and turn R. to face. 3-4 1st cpl. set R. & I,. 5-8 1st cpl. long cast down into 2nd place, 2nd cpl. leading up in bars 7-8. A2 1-2 1st cpl. cross R. and turn R. to face. 3-4 1st cpl. set R. & L. 5-8 1st cpl. long cast down into 3rd place, 3rd cpl. leading up in bars 7-8 and staying facing up. B1 1-8 1st cpl. hey contrary sides, crossing up between 3rd cpl. who cast down, 1st cpl. finishing in 3rd place improper. 9-10 1st cpl. set R. & L. 11-12 1st cpl. short cast up into 2nd place, 3rd cpl, leading down. 13-16 1st cpl. L-hand turn once and a half round. B2 1-8 1st man & 3rd cpl., 1st wo. & 2nd cpl., hey for 3 across the set, 1 st cpl. finishing back in 2nd place in the middle of a line of 4 facing up between 2nd cpl. who loop down onto the end of the line from the hey. 9-12 All joining inside hands. Iine of 4 and 3rd cpl. behind Iead up and fall back. 13-16 1st cpl. lead up into 1st place then cast down to the bottom of the set. 2nd cpl. moving forward to meet in middle placc then 2nd & 3rd cpls. leading up into I st and 2nd places respectively. Repeat x 2
Twenty Four New Country Dances for the Year 1718 ..dedicated to Richard Waringe at ye Heyes in ye County of Salop by….Natl. Kynaston. London. J. Walsh, J. Hare,  Walsh reprinted the dance in The Second Book of the Compleat Country Daning Master 1719 (and in the 3rd edition of this Book, ).