HL Deb 23 June 1831 vol 4 c255
The Lord Chancellor

said, that he had to inform the House, that their Lordships had waited upon his Majesty with the Address of that House, to which his Majesty was graciously pleased to return the following most gracious answer: —"My Lords—I thank you for your loyal and dutiful Address. I receive with pleasure your assurance that you will proceed to an early consideration of the matters which I have recommended to your attention; and I rely with confidence on your zealous support of my endeavours to maintain the peace and promote the prosperity of my dominions."

The Duke of Richmond moved that his Majesty's most gracious Answer to the Address be entered on the Journals.

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