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Holyrood-Day.
Longways for as many as will.
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The r. man and i. wo. caft ofFbehind the 2. cu. then 1. man and 1. wo. lead through the 3. cu. and
up round again, then 1. man give his right-hand to his Partner's right, and 2. man give his right-hand
to his Partner's right, and fo change till they come to their places again.
The 1. man and 1. wo. crofs over the 2. cu. and back to back, then 1. man and 1. wo. caft ofFbehind
the 3. and back to back, then 1. man turn the 3. wo. and 1. wo. turn the 3. man, then the 1. cu. turn
each other, then the 1. man turn the 2. wo. and the 1. wo. turn the 2. man then the 1. cu. turn each
other.
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