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THE EARL OF MANSFIELD (R4x48) John Drewry Leaflet 15 1- 8 1s+2s circle 4H round & back 9-16 1s+2s also 3s+4s face on sides, all set & change places RH, all set & change back RH 17-24 1M reel of 3 with 2s (LSh to 2L) picking up partner in prom hold to complete reel as 3M dances similarly with 4s, 1s+3s end on Mens side 25-32 3s followed by 1s dance down below 4s, 3s cast, dance in & up to top, cross & cast back to place while 1s cast up & turn LH to face 1 st  corners 33-40 1s turn 1 st  corners RH pass partner RSh, turn 2 nd  corner LH, pass LSh to end 2 nd  place in centre facing up 41-48 1L+2L+3L dance RH across (on side) as 1M+2M+3M LH across, 1s followed by 3s dance down to 4s & Ladies dance LH across as Men RH across to end 2 3 4 1
2010 October 24 th
Scottish lawyer and judge, William Murray, 3rd son of the 4th Viscount of Stormont, was created the 1st Earl of Mansfield under two seperate titles in 1776 and 1792. The current Earl of Mansfield, William David Mungo James Murray, represented Perth in the House of Commons and held office under Margaret Thatcher as a Minister of State at the Scottish Office from 1979 to 1983 and at the Northern Ireland office from 1983 to 1984. He is also Viscount Stormont, Lord Scone and Lord Balvaird and holds the titles of Earl of Dunbar, Viscount of Drumcairn and Lord Halldykes. The family seat is Scone Palace in Perthshire. The recommended music for this dance is “The Earl of Mansfield’s March” by John McEwan.