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H The chirping of the nightingale, The chirping of y^e nightingale,
owne woman, and then turneth the owne woman, and then turneth y(^e?)
third, and then the 4: and if there third, and then the 4: and if there
be but six, then having sett to the be but six, then having sett to the
2 first woemen, he shall turne the 2 first woemen, he shall turne y^e
third, and leade her up softly to third, and leade her up softly to
top, @ there turne her agayne, top, @ there turne her agayne,
and then leade up againe, but if and then leade up againe, but if
8 as above sayd, he shall leade 8 as above sayd, he shall leade
up the 4th woman as fast as he can up the 4th woman as fast as he can
and then leade up agayne, and sett and then leade up agayne, @ sett
2 times, and soe sett to the 2 first, 2 times, @ soe sett to the 2 first,
and turne the other, or to the and turne the other, or to the
2 last if there be 4: and that soe 2 last if there be 4: @ that soe
oft till he comes to his place againe, oft till he comes to his place a=
and then leade of, and the rest gaine, and then leade of, @ the res??
may doe the like if they please may doe the like if they please
S -- @ -- -- @ --
(8:) The wind??ll, for 8      [ ]  (square dance) (8:) The wind??ll, for 8      [ ]  (square dance)
onely onely
S -- @ -- -- @ --
Leade up twice, then the first Leade up twice, then the fir?