4 couple longways in five parts
A1 1-4 All lead up a double and fall back a double to places (r.s.).
5-8 That again.
B1 1-4 Partners set and turn single.
5-8 That again.
A1 1-4 First man and first woman face and move forward two steps; joining hands,
they slip down between second man and second woman;
releasing hands, first man turns clockwise to face second man,
while first woman turns counter-clockwise to face second woman.
5-8 First man takes second man by both hands and pushes him obliquely
upward and outward four steps, and then draws backward four steps,
leaving second man in the top place, he himself falling into the second
simultaneously, first and second women do the same (progressive).
B1 1-4 All four, facing front, fall back a double and move forward a double (r.s.).
5-8 First and second men turn their partners.
A1 1-2 Partners side to the right (r.s.).
3-4 All turn single.
5-6 Partners side to the left (r.s.).
7-8 All turn single.
B1 Bar 1 First man springs on to his left foot diagonally up and toward the right wall, and stands midway between the two lines, facing down.
Bar 2 First woman springs on to her left foot in front of her partner and stands facing him.
3-4 Second man and second woman do the same.
5-8 Third couple does the same; and then the fourth couple.
A1 1-4 Partners arm with the right.
5-8 Partners arm with the left.
B1 1-4 Men dance four slips towards the right wall and four slips back again; while women dance four slips towards the left wall, and four slips back
5-8 Men dance four slips towards the left wall and four slips back again; while women dance four slips towards the right wall, and four slips back
A Bar 1 First man springs on to his right foot down and towards the left wall in his original place, and faces front.
Bar 2 First woman springs on to her right foot in like manner, into her own place.
3-4 Second man does the same; then second woman.
5-8 Third couple the same; then the fourth.
B1 & B2 The progressive circular hey, all handing as they pass (r.s.). First man and first woman begin the movement by passing each other by the right,
and, upon completing one circuit, stay in their places while the rest finish the figure.
Credit: Dance notes from http://www.srcf.ucam.org/round/dances/cdb/cdb2/nonesuch