This adaptation adds a two-hand turn for couple #3 in B1 and a set & turn single for couple #2 in B2. An earlier version had a circular hey without hands in B2 (now rights & lefts). Cecil Sharp published his interpretation in the Country Dance Book 4 (1916), following the original entirely. This is routinely done today as a duple minor and is reproduced in The Playford Assembly, Graham Christian (2015) where there are copious historical notes.
First published in the Dancing Master Volume 2, 3rd edition (1718) and not in 1728 as indicated by Charles Bolton. John Walsh published the same dance (figures and tune) in his Second Book Of The Compleat Dancing Master (1719) and the figures can also be found in William Woolball's notebook (c1720). There are other dances published with this name (various spellings) and tune, but with different figures.
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