1- 8 All 4 couples Adv&Ret. All ½ turn partner RH, face, pull back RSh and dance out to partner's place.
9-16 1s+2s also 3s+4s dance Spiral Progression:-
' 9-12 1M+2L turn RH, give LH to partner, Balance-in-Line, 1L+2M pull back LSh to join nearer hands with partners
' 13-14 1s+2s, in diagonal line, dance clockwise 1 place round
' 15-16 1L+2M drop hands, dance on to next place on side while 1M+2L continue RH turn to own sides opposite partners
' 3s+4s dance similarly to finish. 2143
17-24 Reel of 4 on sides (2s+1s also 4s+3s pass RSh). At end do not pass LSh but 4L+1L also 4M+1M ½ turn LH to finish on sides, Men facing in/down, Ladies facing in/up
25-28 2s+3s set and cross RH while 1L followed by 4L dances ½ Fig of 8 round 2s as 4M followed by 1M dances ½ Fig of 8 round 3s. (2)(4)(1)(3)
29-32 All set and cross RH. 2413
(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
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