New New Nothing
for a line of as many couples as will.
Reconstructed by Dafydd Cyhoeddwr
This dance has two progressive figures that follow the (n-1)x3 repeat formula, and an intro figure that requires two repeats of the music to satisfy
3 couples = 14 repeats, 4 = 20, 5 = 26
Music:
Intro Figure
Part A (one repeat)
1: Everyone lead up a double
2: Fall back a double, face your partner
3: "profer a little slip to the left" in this manner - men do a slip/step to the left, then women do the same
4: Everyone switch with your partner in a double, face down the line
Part B (one repeat)
1: Lead down a double
2: Fall back a double, face your partner
3: "slip a little to the right" in this manner - women do a slip/step to the right, then men do the same
4: Everyone switch with your partner in a double, face your partner
First progressive figure
1: Man 1 changes places with woman 2 in a double
2: Woman 2 changes places with woman 1 in a double
3: Man 1 changes places with man 2 in a double
4: Man 2 changes places with woman 1 in a double
The repeat:
Playford does not give any hint about continuing this switching, but the next figure's description indicates that couples 1 and 2 are back where they started, so I will presume that it should be there
The switching continues, the other couples following, sitting out at bottom and top and coming back in as the opposite.  When everyone has returned to their places, the second progressive figure can begin
Note: the second progressive figure can actually begin once the first two couples are back in place, but this negates the repeat formula, and so is best left for live musicians (or a different formula)
Second progressive figure
1: Man 1 and man 2 change places by both hands in a double as woman 1 and woman 2 do the same
2: Couple 1 cross over as they come up between couple 2 in a double
3: Man 1 and woman 1 on  opposite sides of the set each go back on the outside into couple 2's place in a double
4: Man 1 and woman 1 changes places in a double to return to the proper sides of the set
The repeat:
See above for the lack of "everyone following" or "do thus to the last" or something
The switching continues, the other couples following, sitting out at bottom and top and coming back in as the opposite.  When everyone has returned to their places, the dance is finished