HC Deb 23 June 1831 vol 4 cc274-5
The Speaker

stated, that he had to read to the House his Majesty's answer to the Address. It was as follows:— I return you my sincere thanks for your dutiful and loyal Address, and for your assurances that you will make such further provision as may be necessary for the public service, as well as for the application of the sums granted by the last Parliament. In all measures that may be necessary for the improvement of the resources, and for the preservation of the peace of the country, as well as for the support of the honour of my Crown, I rely with confidence on your constant and zealous co-operation.

On the Motion of Lord Althorp it was resolved, nemine contradicente, That an humble Address be presented to his Majesty, to return his Majesty the thanks of this House for his most gracious Answer to their Address.