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* In proof of this, it is evident that in the Duke's nativity }> came to dof ©in November 1834, when he was appointed to the ministry. Thus $ is 58* from the meridian, and > 124° 29, $ the difference is 66° 29'; which «re of direction, added to the right ascension of © at his birth & 21', gives 105° 507, the right asc. of 25 14° 34'. The © arrived at this point at 1 p.m. 6th July 1769, or 65 days 13 hours after birth, which, by the Placidian measure of a year for a day, gives 65 years 6| months, the Duke's age when the event occurred.—N.B. The ascendant came to d « ©rt the same time, which, by referring to our author's rules for the effects of directions, will be seen to cause such eminent preferment. The «ai-arc of © is 68° 13', © dist. from 4th house 1° 44'; the difference is W 29*, the arc of direction, t 8ee the figure—Question, A ship at sea, if lost ?"

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