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stated that he had the honour to report to the House, that in obedience to their orders the Address of their Lordships, in answer to Her Majesty's most gracious Speech from the Throne, had been presented to Her Majesty, that it had been most graciously received, and that Her Majesty had been pleased to return the following answer— I THANK you for your loyal and dutiful Address. I felt confident that I should receive your cordial Co-operation in the Measures which I consider necessary to the vigorous Prosecution of the War in which we are engaged; and I trust that, under the Blessing of the Almighty, those Mea- sures will lead to the Re-establishment of the Peace of Europe on a secure and lasting Foundation.