I don't plan on including many here, but this is a dumping ground for dances that I need to and can refer to in other documents. All dances here are either traditional, or with the permission of the author. Email me if you have a concern about the above.
A1 Chasse right with partner (4) Balance (4) Chasse left with partner (4) Circle left 1/2 (4) A2 Chasse right with partner (4) Balance (4) Chasse left with partner (4) Circle left 1/2 (4) B1 Ladies chain Ladies chain B2 Balance partner  Balance partner Right-hand turn partner 1 C1 Circle left 1/2  Circle right 1/2 D1 Promenade Right and left through D2 Forward and back Forward again, pass through to next
In the text, simply described as "balance and swing
partners." But that meant something different back
then. The turn may be a two-hand turn -- I'm still
researching stuff like that. And the balances in the
A's are described as "half balances," as opposed to
the full balances, which at that time were eight beats
 This part is a puzzler. There's seven sections clearly in the text, but the top of the dance lists only six sections. I need to dig up other sources on this dance, but I'd recommend dropping the C section for now.
My source for this dance is from "The ball-room manual of contra dances and social cotillons, with remarks on quadrilles and Spanish dance." (page 20, 1863.) (Spanish dance, by the way, is name at that time for a Sicilian circle.) Check here.