This is from George C. Dobson's Complete Instructor, Pizzicatto Polka. Note the little arrows to the right of "7th Pos. barre", and also more arrows in the second bar of the lowest line. He uses arrows when asking for a chord to be spread, so that might explain those in the lowest line, 2nd bar. But the ones at the 7th position are unlike any others I've seen before. Ideas?
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