HL Deb 28 June 1837 vol 38 c1674
The Duke of Argyll

brought down and read the answer of the Queen, to their Lordships address as follows:—


I receive with great satisfaction your loyal and dutiful Address. It is gratifying to me to learn that the House of Lords will apply itself without delay to forward such measures as will not admit of postponement without injury to the public interest, and to make such provision for the public service as may be requisite for the welfare of the United Kingdom."

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