§ The King's Answer to the Address of the 11th of May last reported by the LORD STEWARD (E. Beauchamp) as follows:
§ "It has deeply gratified me to receive "your dutiful and affectionate Address.
§ "I find consolation in your sympathy "with me in my loss and in your words "of appreciation for the memory of my "dear Father who, as you truly say, "ever laboured with zeal and success "to promote the happiness of his people,"to preserve the peace of nations, and "to alleviate human suffering.
§ "I thank you for your expressions of "loyal attachment to my person and of "confidence in my earnest desire to "promote the contentment of my people "and to guard their liberties. I join "in your prayer that by the blessing of "Almighty God I may be able to justify "the trust you repose in me."