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Month: February 1866

ADDRESS TO HER MAJESTY ON HER MOST GRACIOUS SPEECH. Lords — February 6, 1866 (UK)

Click here to view the original document (Hansard UK — External Site). HL Deb 06 February 1866 vol 181 cc27-105 27 THE MARQUESS OF NORMANBY My Lords, I rise for the purpose of moving the presentation of a humble Address to Her Majesty in reply to the gracious Speech with which it has pleased Her Majesty to open the present Parliament. I do so, I can assure your Lordships, with the utmost diffidence in my own power, and, if I had simply consulted my inclination, I would have readily conceded… Read more ADDRESS TO HER MAJESTY ON HER MOST GRACIOUS SPEECH. Lords — February 6, 1866 (UK)

THE QUEEN’S SPEECH. Lords — February 6, 1866 (UK)

Click here to view the original document (Hansard UK — External Site). HL Deb 06 February 1866 vol 181 cc21-6 21 HER MAJESTY , being seated on the Throne, adorned with Her Crown and Regal Adornments, and attended by Her Officers of State:—The PRINCE OF WALES (in his Robes) sitting in his chair on Her Majesty’s right hand—(the Lords being in their Robes)—commanded the Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod, through the Deputy Lord Great Chamberlain, to let the Commons know “It is Her Majesty’s Pleasure they attend Her immediately… Read more THE QUEEN’S SPEECH. Lords — February 6, 1866 (UK)

ADDRESS TO HER MAJESTY ON HER MOST GRACIOUS SPEECH. Lord Frederick Cavendish Commons — February 6, 1866 (UK)

Click here to view the original document (Hansard UK — External Site). HC Deb 06 February 1866 vol 181 cc107-87 107 LORD FREDERICK CAVENDISH said: Sir, I rise to move that an humble Address be presented to Her Majesty, in reply to the gracious Speech we have just heard read. Seldom, if ever, has there been a Speech from the Throne which has been delivered under circumstances so impressive, or which has dealt with topics of so grave an import, as that with which Her Majesty has just opened this… Read more ADDRESS TO HER MAJESTY ON HER MOST GRACIOUS SPEECH. Lord Frederick Cavendish Commons — February 6, 1866 (UK)