HC Deb 30 August 1841 vol 59 c476
Lord M. Hill

Controller of the Household, informed the House that her Majesty had been waited upon, pursuant to the resolution of that bon. House, and he was desired by her Majesty to read to the House the following most gracious answer to the Address of her faithful Commons:— It is a great satisfaction to me to find that the House of Commons are deeply sensible of the importance of those considerations to which I directed their attention in reference to the commerce and revenue of the country, and to the laws which regulate the trade in corn; and that in deciding on the course which it may be desirable to pursue, it will be their earnest desire to consult the interests and promote the welfare of all classes of my subjects. Ever anxious to listen to the advice of my Parliament, I will take immediate measures for the formation of a new Administration.