HC Deb 12 July 1837 vol 38 c1893
Viscount Morpeth

appeared at the bar, and stated, that, together with the other hon. Members appointed by the House to present a message of condolence to her Majesty, the Queen Dowager, he had waited on her Majesty, and had been desired to deliver the following gracious answer:—

"Windsor Castle, July 4,1837.

"Gentlemen—I thank you most gratefully for the message of condolence which you have been charged to deliver to me from the House of Commons on the great affliction I have lately sustained. The unanimous tribute which has been paid by your honourable House to the upright character and patriotic intentions of our late beloved Sovereign, is the most welcome alleviation that could have been offered to my feelings."

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