HC Deb 18 February 1820 vol 41 cc1614-5
Lord Jocelyn

reported the King's Answer to the Address, as follows;


"I receive with the truest satisfaction, the loyal, dutiful, and affectionate Address, which the House of Commons has presented to me on the late heavy loss which I have sustained, and upon my accession to the throne. The House of Commons may rest assured, that the whole object of my reign will be to preserve the liberties, and to promote the happiness of my people. G.R."