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Bowket. PDF2.218, The
The Bowket. PDF2.218
The first strain twice, and the last but once, and from the repeat
The first Man Sett to the second Woman, and turn single, then turn her. This to the first Strain
play'd once. Then the first Woman Setts to the second Man and turn single, then turn him. This to
the first Strain twice. Then the first Man clap Hands twice with his own Partner, then twice
with the second Man, and his Partner claps with the second Woman at the same Time; then Right
and Left half round and turn your Partner. This to the second Strain play'd once, and from the Re-
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