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First cu. cast off, the 2. cu leading up, change places at the same time; 2 cu. cast down, 1. cu. lead
up, changing places as before, men being on the wo. side, hands half round, break hands all abreast
lead up; 1. man cross over with the 2. wo. 2. man and 1. wo. do the like, turn single all four, cross over
all four, turn single right and left into the 2. cu. place,
The Second Part.
First cu. lead down between the 2. and cast up into their own places; the 2. cu lead between the 1. and
cast down into their own places; 1. man cross over with the 2. wo. cross over all four, turn your
own, the 1. man being in the 2. man's place, and the 2. man being in the 2 wo. place; cross over
with the 1. wo. then cross over all four, and turn your own.
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