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A Manual Of Morris Dances Folk-songs And Singing Games With Sheet Music And Instructions

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52                                                       THE ESPERANCE MORRIS BOOK—II.
All music can be had from the Hon. Secretary, Esperance Club. 50 Cumberland Market, London, N.W.
Each girl dancer requires twelve bells and one stick.
Each man dancer requires thirty bells and one stick.
Bells (3d. per dozen) and sticks (2d. each) can be ordered from the Esperance Club.
The girls wear simple print or muslin frocks in bright colours, white fichus and sun bonnets, buckled shoes. Information where dresses and bonnets can be made inexpensively can be had on application from the Esperance Club.
The boys wear white frilled shirts, trimmed with coloured knots of ribbon, knickerbockers (white it possible), and top hats trimmed with plaited ribbons. Second-hand top hats can be had very inexpensively for morris dancers from E. C Devereux, Hatter, 127 High Street, Eton, Bucks.
All information respecting teachers, entertainments, and lectures to be had from the Esperance Club.
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