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The Sunday Class
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BURNIEBOOZLE (R8x32)  David Queen  Southport 1  1- 8 1s set, cast 1 place & turn partner LH 1½ times to opposite sides (M facing up L down)  9-16 2s+1s+3s dance reel of 3 on sides giving LSh to 2 nd  corner & ending with 1s turning RH to face 1 st  corners 17-28 1s Dance to Each Corner & Set: - `17-18 1s change places with 1 st  corners passing RSh & 1 st  corners pass RSh with a ¼ turn to right in centre to face 2 nd  corners (as 2 nd  corners set) `19-20 Original 1 st  corners change places with 2 nd  corners passing RSh & 2 nd  corners pass RSh with a ¼ turn to right to face 1s in 3 rd  corner (position) as 1s set `21-22 Original 2 nd  corners change places with 1s passing RSh & 1s pass RSh with a ¼ turn to right to face 2 nd  corner (position) as original 1 st  corners set `23-28 Repeat this Fig once more until 1s meet again in centre with 3s & 2s in 1 st  & 3 rd  places opposite sides 29-32 1s turn RH 1¼ times while 2s & 3s change places RH on the sides & cross over LH
There was a song, in 6 stanzas of 8 lines each, named “Birniebouzle”, by Hogg, in which there is a kirk at Birniebouzle; and his highest aspiration, in the song, is to lead “the lassie” to the kirk, and thereafter to provide her with “lamb and mutton, beef and veal”, not forgetting “the porpy and the seal”, during his natural life.