§681. Insurrections of Canada for independence (1868-1885): V-93.

V-93 (§681):

Under the territory of the lunar round globe,
When Mercury shall be the dominator:
The island of Scotia shall produce a luminous,
Who shall put the English into discomfiture.

(Soubz le terroir du rond globe lunayre,
Lors que sera dominateur Mercure:
L’isle d’Escosse fera un luminaire,
Qui les Anglois mettra à desconfiture.)

NOTES: The solution is given by Vignois (1910,p.277).

Under the territory of the lunar round globe:The Union, January 23, 1868: “ The potentate of our heaven shall be eclipsed in Paris by the Moon on February 23.” (id.) [= Oppolzer Nr.7331].

When Mercury shall be the dominator:The Union, November 4, 1868: “ Passage of Mercury on the disk of the Sun, visible in Paris.” (id.).

Dominator: “ This term recalls the word Dominion [of Canada]” (id.).

The island of Scotia: “ This is here for the Peninsula of Nova Scotia.” (id.).

A luminous, Who shall put the English into discomfiture: “ The famous Canadian agitator, the brave and chivalrous Louis Riel, after having directed the insurrections of 1869-1870, fled to the United States, returned in 1885 to battle with his forces inferior in number the English general Middleton, and in consequence constrained the Chamber of the Commons of the Confederation to allow the most of the metis the right of voting. Having been prisoned and condemned to death through a sentence confirmed by the court of appeal in London, he was executed notwithstanding the acclamations coming from every corner of France and Europe. Perhaps he prepared just for a long time the separation of Canada from England.” (id.).

N.B. The eclipse mentioned by Vignois (Oppolzer Nr.7331) did not attain the Dominion of Canada even by its penumbra. In this respect, the eclipse of the 16th of March, 1885 (Oppolzer Nr.7371) can afford the conditions of attaining there and simultaneity with the death of the hero.
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