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Shows that the person, in his youth, will be an enemy to marriage, and thus run the risk of dying unmarried; but that, if he does marry, it will be late in life, and then it will be with some person whose disposition is so ill-assorted to his that it will be the cause of misfortunes.
Promises a country husband or a wife with great wealth and many children; the card next to it will tell the number of children; it also signifies a purse of gold.
Promises wealth, grandeur, and high esteem; if cards that are unfavorable stand near it, you must look for disappointment and a reverse; if favorable cards follows these last at a small distance, expect to retrieve your losses, whether of peace or of goods.
Shows a tender, mild, and rather amorous disposition; one that will probably yield her maiden person to a generous lover before the matrimonial knot be tied; but that they will be happy, love each other, and be married.
Shows a generous, open, and credulous disposition, easily imposed upon, and ever the dupe of flatterers, by the good-natured friends of the distressed. If this card comes before your king or queen you will be the dupe; if after, you will have the better.
However nearly related, he will look more to his own interest than yours, he will be tenacious of his own opinion, and will fly off if contradicted.
Points out strong inclination to get intoxicated; this, accompanied with unfavorable cards, will attended with loss of property, decay of health and falling off of friends; if by favorable cards, it indicates reformation and recovery from the bad consequences of the former.
Shows a person who is fond of rural sports; a great builder, and a gardener; one who delights in planting and laying out groves, woods, shrubberies, and other such amusements; but that his enterprises of this nature will have success or disappointment according to the cards that are near it; it likewise signifies a letter.