Jog On
Longways for as many was will
This kind of progressive dance requires (N-1)*3 repeats for each progressive figure, of which there are 4 in this dance, plus two repeats for the intro figure.
Thus:  3 couples = 26 repeats, 4 = 38, 5 = 50, etc
Reconstructed by Dafydd Cyhoeddwr (4/13/2009)
Music: Popular Tunes of 17th Century England by the Broadside Band (track has 8 repeats)
Intro figure, repeat 1
1&2: Lead up a double, fall back a double
3&4: Set and turn single, left
Intro figure, repeat 2
1&2: Lead up a double, fall back a double
3&4: Set and turn single, right
First progressive figure:
1: Man 1 takes his partner by both hands and pulls her to him, turning them both so that they are in the middle of the column, man facing down, woman facing up
2: Man 1 "pushes" his partner so that she is between couple 2 with one double
3&4: Man 1 and couple 2 take hands in a circle around woman 1 and go around her to the left with two doubles, leaving enough time to fall back into place at the end, with couples 1 and 2 having switched places.
Do this figure until you come back to your places, sitting out at the top and bottom and coming back in as the opposite type.  When the first and second couples return to their places, they start the next figure (or wait until everyone is back in place)
Second progressive figure:
1&2: Man 1 takes his partner by both hands and pushes her around the outside of woman 2 and into the second couple's place in 2 doubles.  The second couple scoots up to make room.
3&4: Couple 1 turns once around (they remain "improper" on each odd repeat)
Continue pushing your partner around the person whose side she's on - odd repeats woman, even repeats man - everyone else following.  If you are improper at the bottom, get proper again before you rejoin the progression.
Third progressive figure:
1: Couple 1 change places and walk behind couple 2 without passing them (yet) in one double
2: Gently push couple 2 together and up into your former places so they can "salute", and end up basically in their places, improper - all this in one double
3&4: Couple 1 arm left in the second place.
Continue this to the bottom of the line and back up, alternating proper and improper, and fixing your positioning at the bottom if required.
Fourth progressive figure:
1: Couple 1 cast off, go around couple 2 and come up between them in a double or so
2: Continue around couple 2 and finish the second double in their places.
3&4: Couple 1 arm left in the second place.
Continue this figure to the bottom and back up, the rest following.