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Walsh, Twenty Four New Country Dances for the Year 1713, 1712.
Playford, The Dancing Master, 1718–1728.
Andrew Shaw, The She Favourite, 2002.
3/2, F major
proper duple-minor longways. A1 1-2 Partners cross by the right and turn right to face back into set. 3-4 First corners (first man and second woman on the second diagonal) change by the right and turn right to face partner along the side of the set. A2 1-2 Partners change (along the set) by the right and turn right to face back into set. 3-4 Second corners (first woman and second man on the second diagonal) change by the right and turn right to face neighbor. End in original places. B1 1-4 Neighbors long back-to-back (perhaps interact with next neighbor). 5-8 Partners face for rights-and-lefts, four changes. B2 1-2 Ones cross and go below while twos meet and lead up. 3-4 Twos cross and go below while ones meet and lead up. 5-6 Ones cast down while twos meet and lead up. 7-8 Partners two-hand turn halfway.
Orange girls sold fruits and confections at theatrical performances. Orange Nan is listed among the common whores in the fourth and fifth issues of a short-lived periodical The Wandering Whore, 1660–1661. Nell Gwynne, the actress who made her theatrical debut in Dryden's The Indian Emperor and who eventually became a mistress of Charles II, worked at the King's Theatre in Drury Lane as an orange girl.
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