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H (20:) The Picking of Stickes :6: only; 20: The Picking of Stickes :6: only;
Leade up twice, and downe 2, Leade up twice, @ downe 2,
then the first man shall then the fir??t man shall
change places with the second change places with the seicn?
woeman, and, then with the woeman, and, then with y^e
last man, and then leade up last man, @ then leade up
againe as they shall stand, againe as they shall stand,
and then the first woeman and then the first woema^n
doe the like, change with doe the like, change with
the 2 man, and last woeman the 2 man, @ last woem?^?
and leade up againe, and soe and leade up againe, @ soe
chainge, till all come to their chainge, till all come to their
places, still leading up after places, still leadnig up after
any one hath changed; any one hath changed;
S --@-- --@--
Leade up againe like before, Leade up againe like before,
and then all the men shall and then all the men shall
Note - while picking of sticks is overleaf from step stately, once
again the conclusion is not hard to come to that that dance is
finished - everything that needs to be said has been said.
However, it is not nearly as neat a solution to say this for
step stately as for boone companion, so maybe the two are not
equal