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No. 161.- First and Second Movements. These two classes of movements correspond respectively to those of Nos. 262 and 263, p. 240, the motions being made with a dumb-bell as illustrated in Fig. 66.

Second Position. No. 162.–At the command, Second-Position, the students will take the position of Fig. 67, which corresponds to that of No. 264, p. 240.

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Fig. 67. . No. 163.- First and Second Movements. These two classes of movements correspond respectively to those of Nos. 265 and 266, pp. 240 and 241, the number and order of the motions being the

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SECOND SERIES.

First Position. No. 164. — The instructor will command: 1. Combined Exercises; 2. Second Series ; 3. First-Position.

No. 165.–At the third command, the students will take the position of the solid part of Fig. 68.

No. 166.–First, Second, and Third Movements. It will be remembered that the commands of execution apply literally only to the ones. At the command, Right, for example, the ones employ

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Fig. 69. the right member; but the twos, the left. The first class of movements is made directly up into the position of the upper dotted arms of Fig. 68; the second, directly out, carrying the arms into a horizontal position; and the third, directly down into the position of the lower dotted arms. Employ the Third Variety, p. 262, for each of these classes.

No. 167.Fourth and Fifth Movements. The fourth class of movements is a combination of the first, second, and third. The number and order of the motions are the same as in No. 14, p. 306. The fifth class of movements is a combination of the first and third

classes, the motions being made with both bells simultaneously, first the right arm of the ones and the left arm of the twos passing into the position of the upper dotted arms of Fig. 68, at the same time that the other arms pass down into a position corresponding to that of the lower dotted arms. Employ the Sixth Variety, p. 263.

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No. 168.--Sixth Movements (Charges). This class of movements is executed by the couples charging sidewise simultaneously, first to the right of the ones, the advancing bell being elevated at an angle of 45 degrees, and the other lowered on each charge from the position, as in Fig. 69. Employ the Fourth Variety, p. 263.

Second Position. No. 169.- At the command, Second-Position, the students will take the position of Fig. 70.

No.170.First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Movements. These six classes of novements correspond respectively to those of Nos. 166, 167, and 168, the motions being made while the couples stand back to back, as in Fig. 70.

THIRD SERIES.

First Position.

No. 171.-The instructor commands : 1. Combined Exercises ; 2. Third Series; 3. First-POSITION

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No. 172.-At the third command, the students will take the position of Fig. 71.

No. 173.First and Second Movements. The first class of movements is executed by elevating the arms sidewise into a vertical

position, without bending them, as represented by the dotted arms of Fig. 71, employing the Third Variety, p. 262; the second, by simultaneous side facings, first to the right of the ones, the bell toward which the facing is made being carried above the heads into a horizontal position, as in Fig. 72. Employ the Fourth Variety, p. 263.

No. 174. Third Movements. This class of movements is formed of facings. At the command, Right, from the position of Fig. 71 the students will make the first motion by facing to the right of the ones, as in Fig. 72 ; the second, by lowering the bell behind and facing to the rear, as in Fig. 73; the third, by recovering the position of Fig. 72; and the fourth, by recorering the position of Fig. 71. First, these four motions will be made twice ; then, at the command, LEFT, four corresponding motions will be made twice by first facing to the left of the ones ; then, at the command, ALTERNATE, the first and second of the first four motions will be followed by the third and fourth of the four corresponding motions, and the four motions resulting will be immediately repeated ; and

Fig. 74. finally, the first and second of the four corresponding motions will be followed by the third and fourth of the first four motions, and the four motions thus resulting will be immediately repeated.

No. 175. Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Movements (Charges). The fourth class of movements is a combination of the second with side charges, first to the right of the ones, as in Fig. 74.—The fifth class of movements is formed by side charges. At the command, Right, the partners will simultaneously charge sidewise with their right legs; at the same time carrying the bells out and up into the position of Fig. 75, and recover the position of Fig. 71 four times ; then, at the command, Lert, four corresponding charges

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