In Cracking Chestnuts (page 69) this version of Fisher's Hornpipe is presented as an alternate, simpler version of the dance: B1 is a circle to the left for all six, once around.
The Ed Larkin Dancers formed in 1934 and appeared that year at the Tunbridge World's Fair; with the exception of one year, they have appeared there every year since. They also performed at the World's Fair in New York in 1940 and 1964.
Actives separate and go down the outside
and back (16)
Down the center, turn alone (8) Return and cast off (8)
Circle left six hands once around (16)
Top four (couples 1 and 2) right and left
through, over and back (16)