HC Deb 28 June 1831 vol 4 c456
Mr. Courtenay

took occasion, on the Motion for bringing up the Report of the Committee of Supply, to ask why no mention had been made in the King's Speech, or otherwise, by his Majesty's Ministers, respecting the arrangement of the Civil List, and the provision for the Queen.

Lord Althorp

said, that the subjects alluded to should be brought forward at the earliest opportunity; and observed that the reason they were not mentioned in the King's Speech, was the desire of his Majesty that nothing personal to himself should be introduced during the present important Session.

Report brought up.

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