Brighton News Story — 6 February 1804: Prince pronounced “out of danger”

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We feel extremely happy in having it in power to state, in consequence of an inquiry made at the Pavilion yesterday evening, that the Prince of Wales (who has been very seriously indisposed since Monday last) is now, by his physician, Sir W.Farquhar, pronounced out of danger.  His Royal Highness, notwithstanding, had a restless night on Saturday, but was not deemed worse in consequence yesterday.  The indisposition of the Prince has cast a gloom over almost every countenance at Brighton and in this town, where his Royal Highness is universally admired and respected.  We sincerely hope in our next to have the happiness of announcing to the public his complete restoration to health.

From The Sussex Weekly Advertiser, 6 January 1804

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