2d. This right ascension is found to answer to 3 deg. 5 V of the sign Capricorn: we, therefore, enter Vf 3° on the cusp of the 10th house or mid-heaven, and the same degree of the opposite sign ® on the 4th.

3d. In the next (3d) column will be found 22°; which shews that on the 11th house must be placed Vf 22, and the like number of the opposite sign ® on the 5th house.

4th. In the 4th column will be found 17 deg. of Aquarius, as that sign is given at the head of the column; place this on the 12th house, and 17 of Leo on the 6th or opposite house.

5th. In the 5th column you find 7° 55', which denotes that 7 deg. 55 min. of Aries were ascending in the east: but this was when 3° exactly of Yf were culminating; and as 1° of longitude on the meridian is seen to give 2° 34' on the ascendant, 5f will give 14', therefore say 7° 55' + 14' = 8° 9' of Aries rising; and after placing r 8° 9' on the 1st, place 8° 9' on the opposite or 7th house.

6th. On the 2d house place what you find in the 6th column, viz. 22° Taurus; thus Q 22°, and on its opposite place lit 22°.

7th. On the 3d house place what you see in the 7th column, n 15°, and on its opposite f 15°. The figure will then display the signs of the zodiac as they were in the heavens at 1 p.m. 10 Bee. 1815, at London. (See fig. 2.)

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Preliminary Observation.—The Ephemeris being calculated for the meridian of Greenwich, if the birth take place as and sidereal time, 9".86, into the amount of mean time elapsed since noon. Thus 1 hour * 9".86=9".86; and to turn this into degrees or arc," say 9".86 x 15 = 148", which I call 3', as I lost 15" in the " equation of time/'

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