That dance consisted of several chasse steps being done in sequence, Just to make it more confusing, one chasse is also called a triple-step, but since you do two of them in the basic form, the entire dance came to be called the Two-Step.
Chasse - Similar to a grapevine without the feet crossing, one foot moves to the side, the other "chases" it (placing alongside the first) and the first moves again.
Wellington, convinced that no effort to bridge below Bayonne would be expected, decided to attempt it there, and collected at St Jean Pied de Port and Passages a large number of country vessels (termed chasse-marees).
Chasse-marees appeared from St Jean de Luz, preceded by menof-war boats.
Nothing, however, remains of the former enceinte or even of the famous old citadel defended by General Chasse in 1832, except the Steen, which - has been restored and contains a museum of arms and antiquities.
In December 1832, after a gallant defence,Chasse made an honourable surrender.
At the end of October an insurgent army had arrived before the gates, which were opened by the populace to receive them, and the troops, under General Chasse, retired within the citadel.
Dryden (5909), including The Craft of Venerie from a 15th-century MS. and a 13thcentury poem La Chasse d'on cerf.
He left a work on hunting, Traite de la chasse royale, which was published in 1625, and reprinted in 1859.