HL Deb 16 May 1843 vol 69 cc411-2
The Earl of Liverpool

Lord Steward of the Household, by command of her Majesty, presented to their Lordships her Majesty's most gracious Answer to the Addresses from their Lordships. The first, us follows, was the answer to the Address of Condolence on the DEATH OF THE LATE DUKE OF SUSSEX.

MY LORDS; I thank you for the fresh proof afforded me by this loyal and affectionate Address of your participation in my feelings on the Death of my lamented uncle the late Duke of Sussex. The other, in the following words, was the Answer to the Address of Congratulation, on the BIRTH OF A PRINCESS, MY LORDS; I have received your affectionate and loyal Address with the truest satisfaction. I sincerely thank you for your congratulations on the birth of another Princess, and for the regard which you express on this occasion to my person and Government.

On the motion of the Duke of Wellington, her Majesty's most gracious answers were ordered to be inserted in the Journals.

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