He similarly dug out the birth data of King George's wife, Queen Caroline, who was born May 17, 1768 (NS), 4:00 PM LMT, Brunswick, Germany, according to the local church's records of her birth - in other words, it is AA data. In contrast, he noted that astrologer Raphael gave this as 4:30 AM without explanation. Harvey, at the end of his article, wrote:
So there we have it: Well-timed 18th century birth charts of a royal couple known for "mutual revulsion" to each other. What may we see the way we view things today? (BTW, Harvey's calculation of these charts were quite excellent, a good accomplishment for the time and without any ephemeris for the years. He must have used Shoch's tables for the classic planets, and then somehow had a reference for Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto that gave very close results. That his Pluto calculations were close is remarkable.)Finally, as an ironical footnote to this article, I must confess that I found Raphael's 4h30m a.m. for Queen Caroline more suggestive than the official 4h p.m. Another negative factor in these genitures of George IV and his wife is lack of any striking indication of mutual revulsion; unless we consider his Saturn and Uranus astride her descendant, which in my view is insufficient.
To be clear, the birth data in play are:
King George IV, August 12, 1762, 7:24 AM LMT, London, England
Queen Caroline, May 17, 1768, 4:00 PM LMT, Brunswick, Germany