A Trip to Tunbridge
1793, 3-couple set, longways Repeat dance three times.
(3 couple, longways)
A1 1-8 1’s cast down the outside to the foot, “take a peek”, then dance back to the top. A2 1-8 1’s dance down the center, then turn towards each other to face up, skip to the top, separate and cast around the 2’s (2’s pause, then lead up.) B1 1-4 1’s pass R-shoulder, then R-hand turn 1st corner. 5-8 1’s pass R-shoulder, then R-hand turn 2nd corner. 1’s pass R-shoulder again, to end in middle place facing out (Others turn and face out to make two lines-of-3.) B2 1-4 Lines-of-3 lead out a double and fall back, turning to face partner just at the end. 5-8 2’s at the top 2-hand turn 1x. 1’s in middle place dance a long cast to bottom. 3’s in bottom place 2-hand turn moving up to middle place.
As someone born in Tunbridge Wells, I'd spell it “Tonbridge”. But that's because Tunbridge became Tonbridge in 1870.–NashJc 17:25, 21 March 2010 (EDT)