That it really was advertising was shown by the "Adv." sign, large and plain, in both the papers which carried it.
Adv.: wsa fengel geatolc gengde, passed on in a stately manner, 1402.
Dingle-dangle, ding′gl-dang′gl, Adv. hanging loose: swinging backwards and forwards.
Now, now, Adv. at the present time: at this time or a little before.
Awash, a-wosh′, Adv. on a level with the surface of the water: floating at the mercy of the waves.
Thus, thus, Adv. in this or that manner: to this degree or extent.
Pell-mell, pel-mel′, Adv. in great confusion: promiscuously: in a disorderly manner—also written Ple-mle.
I take it to be the Adv. hinden in substantive use, the hinder parts, the behind; in CM 22395, hindwin.
Thence, thens, Adv. from that time or place: for that reason.
Afar, a-fr′, Adv. from a far distance (usually preceded by from): to a distance (usually followed by off).