1- 8 1s+2s+3s dance reflection reels of 3 on sides (1s dance in and down to start) and end with 1s in 2nd place BtoB facing own sides and 2s in 1st place
9-16 2s+1s+3s set, 1s ¼ turn to right and set with 2s+3s (as Crown Triangles), 1s dance RSh round RH corner into middle BtoB facing opposite sides
17-24 Repeat from new positions 1s ending in 2nd place own sides
25-32 1s dance reels of 3 across (Lady with 2s and Man with 3s)
(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
The Roselath Cross is a preaching cross near Lanlivery on the Saints Way, which runs across mid-Cornwall from north to south coast covering about 30 miles (48 Km) from the harbour town of Padstow in the north to the southern port of Fowey.
A preaching cross is a Christian cross sometimes surmounting a pulpit, which is erected outdoors to designate a preaching place.
In Britain and Ireland, many free-standing upright crosses - or high crosses - were erected. Some of these crosses bear figurative or decorative carvings, or inscriptions in runes. There are surviving free-standing crosses in Cornwall and Wales, in the island of Iona and in the Hebrides.
Their is also a farm and house near Lanlivery, St.Austell, Cornwall, called Roselath.
The Roselath Cross dance has its own tune, The Roselath Cross, composed by Kerrell Garner from the RSCDS Cornwall Branch.