E. Cobham Brewer 18101897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Bohemian: the redowa.
English: the hornpipe and lancers.
French: the contredanse (country dance), cotillon, and quadrille.
German: the gallopade and waltz.
Irish: the jig.
Neapolitan: the tarantella.
Polish: the mazurka and krakovieck.
Russian: the cossac.
Scotch: the reel.
Spanish: the bolero and fandango.
When Handel was asked to point out the peculiar taste of the different nations of Europe in dancing, he ascribed the minuet to the French, the saraband to the Spaniard, the arietta to the Italian, and the hornpipe and the morris-dance to the English.