1- 8 1s+3s ½ turn RH into 2nd/4th places facing up as 2s+4s step up and face down and all set, 2s+1s and 4s+3s circle 4H round but 1s+4s break for:-
9-16 All circle 8H round for 2 bars and Men turn Lady on Right, all continue 8H round to places
17-24 1s+4s (middle couples) dance reel of 4 up/down middle (Ladies dancing into middle facing down/up and Men pass each other LSh to start)
25-32 1s and 3s change places by chasing round clockwise (1M and 3L casting), all set and turn LH into prom hold
33-40 All Promenade
(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
Historically, the artifact was kept at the now-ruined Scone Abbey in Scone (pronounced "skoon", rhymes with "spoon"), near Perth, Scotland.
In 1296 the Stone was captured by Edward I as spoils of war and taken to Westminster Abbey, where it was fitted into a wooden chair, known as King Edward's Chair, on which most subsequent English sovereigns have been crowned.
In 1996, the Stone was returned to Edinburgh Castle, Scotland, where it remains.