A Collection of the newest and most fashionable Country Dances and Cotillions The greater part by Mr John Griffiths, Dancing-Master in Providence. 1788
Triple minor proper
A1 Cross Hands in a r.h. star -back again in a l.h. star A2 With 4 counts lead down the Middle, then with 4 counts ½ 2h turn your Partner to face up again, and with 8 counts cast off- the Gent. Cast off one Co. to the Ladies Side, and the Lady to the Gent. Short B1 On Side of dance -balance all six- then set right and left, Short B2 and then go all round in a half circle - finishing 1s back on proper side 2s and 3s improper and slightly forward C second and third Co. take 8 counts to balance forward and back along set towards opposite and then set right and left across set with own partner in the Middle, opposite to each other – then with 8 counts same 2 couples Half right and left in the Middle starting r.h. with partner.
OECDC often does this as a 3-couple set, in which case actives must slip to bottom at end of their round.