From an old collection of New England fiddle music
1983, first edition ~ “New England Fiddler’s Repertoire”
Randy Miller & Jack Perron, 1983 / 2nd edition 2003
Page 52: " Portland Fancy"
"168 classic traditional contra dance melodies, from Batchelder’s Reel to Money Musk to Portland Fancy and beyond — the standard contra tunes in one source. The second edition of NEFR is produced with assistance from the Gadd/Merrill Fund of the Country Dance and Song Society. Edited by Robert Bley-Vroman and Randy Miller; introduction by Newt Tolman."
~ also from the work of New England fiddler & pianist Randy Miller:
"Irish Traditional Fiddle Music"
I’ve also heard it on a Yetties cd, in a set with Tars of the Victory. Their version doesn’t deviate much from what’s here.
Re: The Portland Fancy
Here are 2 current links for “New England Fiddler’s Repertoire”
The Portland Fancy, X:2
I learned the simpler version of this tune in the French Canadian version known as "Sugar Jig" or "Gigue des sucres" and was told it was written by Joseph Allard.