A digital rendition of the original publication of 1788.
Published by Thompson in London for use by English country dancers. Containing dances from the annual assemblies of 1781 through 1788.
Translated from the original period dance and music notation into that used today by country dance masters by Boyd Rothenberger, a retired dance master for historical re-enactors, and contra dancers today.
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