Fair and honest man; of business, law or divinity; responsible, disposed to oblige the querent; probity, equity, art and science, and those who profess science, art and law. Reversed: Honest or dishonest man equally (?); thief, brigand, rogue. Vice, corruption, scandal.
Honest man, philosophical or idealistic, doctor or professor, teacher, a man of the law, traveller, promoter, inspirer, hunter, wanderer, sailor, etc. The querent’s actions, business or wants will be judged and brought to light. There may be some exaggeration, fantasy or want of accuracy, but there is certainly hope and promise for the future. Perhaps travelling on the sea. W. rightly observes under this head: “The implicit is that the sign of the Cup naturally refers to water, which appears in all court-cards” (i.e. of this suit.)