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Excerpt from The Art of Dancing Explained by Reading and Figures: Whereby the Manner of Performing the Steps Is Made Easy by a New and Familiar Method
I heg eave to mention in the next Place two of my Scholars, who have appeared up on the Stage with no [mall Applaufé. The one was Mr. John Topha m, who danced upon hoth Theatres under the Name of Mr. Kellom's Scholar, when he had heen with me no lon ger than het wixt two and three Tears. The other was Adi/i Frances, who, on the Theatre Royal in Little lincoln's-inn-fields, performed the Paﬂ'acaille de Scilla, con/iﬂing of ahove a thou/and Meafures or Steps, without mahin t the leaf? Mﬂale; hut fhe left me in the mié'
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