HC Deb 05 February 1844 vol 72 c231
Earl Jermyn

(as Treasurer of the Household) appeared at the bar, in the Windsor Uniform, and bearing a white wand. The messenger in attendance announced "Her Majesty's answer to the Address." His Lordship said: I am commanded by Her Majesty to inform the House that on Saturday last she received the Address of your hon. House, which Her Majesty was graciously pleased to receive, and to give the following answer: I thank you for this dutiful and loyal Address. The declaration that you are anxious to co-operate with Me in My earnest endeavours to promote the welfare of My people, is most satisfactory. You may be assured, that it is the invariable object and constant care of My life to promote the happiness, and to deserve the confidence, of all classes of My subjects.