T:My Ladys Lap Dog. PFD2.278
W:Longways for as many as will.
B:Playford's Dancing Master, Vol 2, 1713-28
Z:vmp.Mike Hicken 2015 www.village-music-project.org.uk
N: * Shown as B sharp in the original, which was the convention of the time.
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W: Note: The first Strain twice, and the last but once, and from the Repeat.
W: First Cu. take Hands, draw back all in a Row, and turn single then draw back to your own Places
W: and turn single then back again .| Then all four Back to Back with your Partners, then Back to Back
W: Sides :| Then first Man cast off to the 2d Wo. Place, the 2d Wo. casting up at the same Time to the
W: 1st Man's Place, their Partners following them; then all four go Hands half round into their own
W: Places; the two Men go the whole Figure round the two We, and the two We. go the whole Figure
W: round the two Men, and the 1st Cu. cast off.