HL Deb 13 June 1865 vol 180 c109

I feel quite sure that the Motion I am about to make will meet with the hearty concurrence of your Lordships. It is— That an humble Address be presented to Her Majesty to congratulate Her Majesty on The Princess of Wales having happily given birth to another Prince, and to assure Her Majesty of the deep Interest felt by the House of Lords in all that concerns the domestic Happiness of Her Majesty and Her Family.


My Lords, in the absence of my noble Friend, the Earl of Derby, I beg to express the feelings of this side of the House, and to say how entirely we concur in the Motion which has been proposed by the noble Earl.

Motion agreed to, Nemine Dissentiente, and the said Address Ordered to be presented to Her Majesty by the Lords with White Staves.