1-2 1s cross by the right;
3-4 1s cast to 3rd place WHILE 2s3s take hands on the sides and step up;
5-8 3s1s right hands across, finishing in promenade hold, 3s facing up, 1s down;
9-16 2M3s2L 4M1s4L reels of 3 across, 3s2L 4M1s giving right shoulder to start, finishing 2M3M3L4M in the Mn's side line, 2L1L1M4L in the Ls';
17-20 3s1s 4 hands round to the left, finishing, with nearer hands joined, 3M1L facing up and back-to-back with 3L1M facing down;
21-24 3M1L lead up and cast to 2nd position on own sides WHILE 3L1M lead down and cast up to 3rd position on opposite sides;
25-28 3s1s half ladies' chain across, 3s finishing in 2nd place on own sides, 1M in 3L's place facing out, 1L outside 3M's place facing down;
29-30 1s cast to 4th place on opposite sides WHILE 4s step up;
31-32 1s cross by the right, finishing 2s3s4s1s.
(MAXICRIB. Scottish country dancing instructions compiled by Reuben Freemantle)
15-16 3s 1s hold back to finish the reels of 3 across in the side lines.
-24 3M finish outside 2M's place facing down, 1M outside 3L's place facing up, ready for the ladies' chain.
-28 1L must hold back to finish outside 3rd position on the opposite side; 1M should omit the polite turn to finish facing out in 3rd place on the opposite side.
The traditional jig tune, Merrily Danced the Quaker's Wife, is recommended.