Ace.-A hand holds a sceptre surmounted with an orb, the whole surrounded by flames .
Idea of action, of will, of command.
Sign - Letter, Command, Edict, Decree .
Two.-They are crossed above a moderate fire transforming damp into steam. In the middle of the figure some ears of corn, at the top grapes.
Sign - Co-operation, alliance of forces for the purpose of production.
Three.-They are arranged in a triangle . In the centre the caduceus. At the top a dog's head. Around hazelnut trees. All these are attributes of Mercury. Hence :-
Sign-The start of a life devoted to intellectual or commercial activity.
Four.-Arranged in a square supported by a lion. Ears of corn in the centre. Strength and Fertility.
Five.-Arranged in flaming pentagram (great moral activity) .
Six.-Arranged in two opposing triangles, one point towards the sky, one towards the earth . Again ears of corn, but their roots are gnawed by ghosts*, whilst on the horizon shines the rising sun .
Sign-Laziness and work alternating.
Seven.-Four set in a square and three in a triangle above . The four elements within the square. The risen sun within the triangle. Victory of mind over matter.
Eight.-They are set in a star ; flames at the bottom of the picture, smoke at the top. Balance.
Sign-Poise. Surroundings favourable to life. The zone of exchanges. Commercial transactions.
Nine.-Four set in a square below 5 set in pentagram. Within the square a lamp engraved with the sign of fire. Above flames.
Signs-Prudence and foresight, experience and lucky speculations, a period of rest from action.
Ten.-Set in a flaming star.
Signs-Excessive activity . Work of genius. Harvests and travel.
Squire.-Kneeling down, he plants a sceptre into the ground not far away from a wood fire. Sign of dependence, and also of youth, as is the case with the other three squires of the Taroc.
Sign-Love of home, or youth having subordinate employment with an influential person.
Knight.-Galloping in the fire. On the right a ram, the first sign of the triangle of fire. At the bottom a helmet (as in the three other leaves of knights of cups, swords, pence).
Signs-Adult and unmarried-artist, actor, writer, stockbroker getting known early.
Queen.-She holds a flaming sceptre, standing on an arrow (sagittarius, second sign of fire) .
Sign-Educated active artistic woman, or wife of scientist, artist or business man.
King.-Standing on a lion in the midst of flames, a sceptre in his hand, before a railing bearing the attributes of fire.
Sign-Genius or great talent in all branches of activity.
end quote from: The Encyclopdia of Occult Sciences - Poinsot.
I can copy the rest if you want - but the original French transcribed by Kenji in the link I gave above together with Firemaiden's translation is more complete!
* 'ghosts' is a mistranslation - it should be larvae. However, as larvae also means ghosts, in the context of a reading one might occassionally read it that way, if it suits the context.