HC Deb 31 July 1832 vol 14 cc964-5
Lord Althorp

appeared at the Bar of the House, and stated, that he had to present to the House, his Majesty's most gracious Answer to the Address of the Commons of England, voted on the preceding evening, praying that his Majesty would be graciously pleased to confer some signal mark of his royal favour upon the right hon. Charles Manners Sutton, for his eminent services in six Parliaments, &c. He (Lord Althorp) had received his Majesty's most gracious commands to inform the House, that his Majesty would comply with its wishes, and confer upon its Speaker some signal mark of his royal favour, and his Majesty recommended to the House the adoption of such measures as would accomplish that purpose. The message being brought up, the Chancellor of the Exchequer moved, that the House should resolve itself (next day) into a Committee of the whole House, to consider his Majesty's most gracious Answer.