HC Deb 16 May 1843 vol 69 c429
Colonel Dawson Damer

appeared at the bar, and said: " I have had the honour of waiting on her Majesty with two addresses of this House, and I beg to present her Majesty's answers thereto. The answer to the address of condolence on account of the death of the Duke of Sussex was as follows:— I have received with satisfaction, the loyal and dutiful Address of Condolence which the House of Commons has presented to me, on the late melancholy death of my beloved Uncle, the Duke of Sussex, as a gratifying proof of their constant attachment to my Person, Family, and Government.