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Dull Sir John A square Dance for eight thus,

The first Cu. lead in and cast off to your places , the man going between the 2.Cu. and the Wo.between the 4. and 4.Cu. as much _._ The 2. as much, and the 4. as much _:_ The first and 3. man change places a crosse, their We. as much,hands all four either round or a crosse , and go round to your places _._ The 2. and 4. Cu. as much _:_ And fall the last four the men behind the We. _.:_

The 4. and 2. men standing behind their We. the first Cu. passe into the 3. place, the man going between the 2. Cu. and the Wo. between the 4. whilst the 3. Cu. lead right over and fall into the first place, this back again to your places, the first C.doing as the 3.did,and the third as the first,the 4.as much _:_ Then the first and 3. Cu. the S. Hey twice to your places, the We. who stand before their men leading it _._ The other four as much _:_

Men cast off,and going on the out side your own We.fall into each others places, We.as much, men as much, again We.as much _:_ First and 3.Cu meet , go about each other, We. back to back, not turning your faces , give right hands to the Co. Wo. and left hands to your own, and so stay in your own places as at the first, the other four doing the like _.:_

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