HL Deb 06 February 1843 vol 66 cc190-1
The Earl of Liverpool

informed the House that he had laid before her Majesty the Address in answer to the speech, and her Majesty had been graciously pleased to return the following answer:— MY LORDS: I thank you for your loyal and dutiful Address. I rely with just Confidence on your zealous Endeavours to promote the Public Welfare, and on your Co-operation to maintain the Honour and high Character of the Country.

On the Motion of the Earl of Shaftesbury, her Majesty's answer was ordered to be printed, and entered on the journals of the House.

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