Mill-field
for a circle of as many couples as will.
This dance could get very boring as written, simply because it begins concentrating on a single triad of people and stays that way for a long time.  So, in the tradition of the version of Pepper's Black among these pages:
This version is for four numbered couples total.
Reconstructed and reshaped by Dafydd Cyhoeddwr.
Music: Lads & Lasses by City Waites.  Not enough repeats (2x AABB).
Son of Doctored Dance Stuff.  Spliced Lads & Lasses version (7x AABB).
Part 1 - the Introduction
Verse 1
1&2: Take hands around the circle and do two doubles (or 8 slips) to the left.
3&4: Do two doubles (or 8 slips) to the right.  Drop hands and face your partner.
Chorus 1
1&2: Set and turn single, left.
3&4: Set and turn single, right.
Part 2 - the figure begins
Verse 2
1: Odd couples and the even men on their right do a double toward each other - couple 1 to man 4, couple 3 to man 2.
2: The even men go under the arms of the odd couples and circle back to place to the left (around the woman), while the odd couples turn their partner back to their own places.
3&4: Do the same thing all over again.
Chorus 2
1-4: In those triads, Set and turn single left and right. (The even women can set and turn to each other.)
Part 3 - the figure continues
Verse 3
1: Men 1 and 4 take hands, and they and woman 1 do a double toward each other; men 3 and 2 take hands, and they and woman 2 do a double toward each other.
2: The odd women go under the arms of the two men and circle back to place (to the left), while the men arm back to place.
3&4: Do the same thing all over again.
Chorus 3
1-4: In those triads, Set and turn single left and right. (The even women can set and turn to each other.)
Part 4 - the figure ends
Verse 4
1: Odd women take the hands of the even men they have been dancing with and they double toward their odd men who double toward them as well.
2: The odd men go under the arch and circle back to place, while the pair backs a double to place.
3&4: Do the same thing all over again.
Chorus 4
1-4: In those triads, Set and turn single left and right. (The even women can set and turn to each other.)
Parts 5 to 7 - the figure repeats
Repeat the entire above "figure" (parts 2, 3, and 4) going to the even woman on the left in the same progression, with the even woman taking the place of the even man.
This dance is supposed to be progressive, with the active couple moving around the circle and dancing to each of the other people in the circle one by one.  
This could obviously get boring quickly for any decent sized circle as people stand around waiting their turn.
I have modified the configuration to be for 4 couples, with two active and two inactive couples, with the actives dancing with each part of the inactives in turn.
Normally, the active couple would dance with first the man on their right, then the woman on their right, and so on.  For the purposes of the reconfiguration, I have the second repetition of the figure going to the woman on the left, as she is closest.
The main figure could be done twice more through (six more repeats of the music) so that the even couples could be active, dancing with the odd men to the right, then the odd women to the left.