House of Commons Journal Volume 85
26 June 1830: Recognition of the accession of William IV

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26 June 1830: Recognition of the accession of William IV

Recognition of the Accession of Will. IV.

WHEREAS it hath pleased Almighty God to call to His Mercy our late Sovereign Lord King George the Fourth, of Blessed and Glorious Memory, by whose Decease the Imperial Crown of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland is solely and rightfully come to the High and Mighty Prince, William Henry Duke of Clarence and St. Andrew's, and Earl of Munster; We, therefore, the Lords Spiritual and Temporal of this Realm, being here assisted with these of his late Majesty's Privy Council, with Numbers of other Principal Gentlemen of Quality, with the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Citizens of London, do now hereby with one Voice and Consent of Tongue and Heart, publish and proclaim, That the High and Mighty Prince, William Henry Duke of Clarence and St. Andrew's, and Earl of Munster, is now, by the Death of our late Sovereign of Happy Memory, become our only lawful and rightful Liege Lord William the Fourth, by the Grace of God King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Defender of the Faith: To whom we do acknowledge all Faith and constant Obedience, with all hearty and humble Affection; beseeching God, by whom Kings and Queens do reign, to bless the Royal Prince, William the Fourth, with long and happy Years, to reign over us.

Given at the Court at St. James's, this Twenty-sixth Day of June 1830.

GOD save the KING.

Ernest.

Augustus Frederick.

William Frederick.

Leopold, P.S.C.

W. Cantuar.
Lyndhurst, C.
E. Ebor.
Bathurst, P.
Rosslyn.
Norfolk, E. M.
Leeds.
Scott Portland.
Wellington.
Buckingham and Chandos.
Winchester.
Lansdowne.
Gascoyne Salisbury.
Hertford.
Wellesley.
Camden.
Carlisle.
Tankerville.
Hardwicke.
Talbot.
Grosvenor.
Grey.
Cathcart.
Amherst.
Strangford.
Palmerston.
Melbourne.
Melville.
Sidmouth.
Granville.
Beresford.
Goderich.
Burghersh.
Lowther.
Francis Leveson Gower.
Geo. F. Beresford.
C. J. London.
Vassall Holland.
Ellenborough.
Teignmouth.
Manners.
Maryborough.
Farnborough.
Tenterden.
Wallace.
W. Grant.
Charles Arbuthnot.
Reginald Pole Carew.
John Nicholl.
Robert Peel.
Hugh Elliot.
William Huskisson.
W. Sturges Bourne.
G. F. Hill.
J. Beckett.
John Leach, M. R.
G. H. Rose.
Gore Ouseley.
Henry Goulburn.
Charles Watkin Williams Wynn.
George Warrender.
N. C. Tindal.
W m Alexander.
G. Cockburn.
R. W. Horton.
J. C. Herries.
Lancelot Shadwell, V. C.
Christ. Robinson.
T. Frankland Lewis.
George Murray.
H. Hardinge.
Tho. Per. Courtenay.
J. W. Croker.
J. Calcraft.
Robert Adair.
Jas. Buller.
Cleveland.
Erroll.
G. Rochester.
Delawarr.
F. Godolphin Osborne.
Clifford.
H. Lichfield and Coventry.
Brownlow.
Delamere.
E. Llandaff.
W. St. Asaph.
H. Carlisle.
Sligo.
Downes.
Dunboyne.
Rodney.
C. Exeter.
Clare.
Milton.
Eastnor.
Ducie.
Hill.
Grimston.
Verulam.
J. Lincoln.
C. R. Winton.
J. B. Lennard.
Henry Gaitskell, jun.
John Crowder, Mayor.
James Shaw.
Thomas Denman.
George Scholey, Alderman.
William Venables.
Anth y Brown.
Hen y Woodthorpe.
John Atkins, Alderman.
Peter Laurie.
William Venables.
M w Wood.
John Key.
W m Thompson.
Henry Winchester.
Henry Wyatt, Lt Colonel.
J. Macdonell.
Frederick Baker.
John Sleath, D. D., Chapln in Ordy to His Majesty.
R. C. Ferguson, Lt Gen1.
G. Scholey.
Edward Cust.
John Irving.
C. D. O. Jephson.
Tho. Ward, Sheriff.
W. H. Richardson, Sheriff.
W. Astell.
Rob t Westwood.
James Kedvin.
Charles Ross.
C. M. Pole.
T. B. Martin.
Thomas Dyke Acland.
T. G. Bucknall Estcourt.
Robert Harry Inglis.
Newman Knowlys, Recorder.
T. H. B. Estcourt.
Charles Buller.
Richard Buller.
Thomas Hammond.
William Thornton, Lt Gen1.
Andrew Spottiswoode.
E d Tyrrell.
James O'Hara.
W. L. Newman, City Solicitor.
Robert Obbard.
Samuel Smith, Chaplain to the Lord Mayor.
John Young, Under Sheriff.
John Holmes, High Bailiff of Southwark.
C. K. Murray.
Thomas Wood.
John Loch.
L. A. Lowdham.
John Charles Burgoyne.
Henry Woodthorpe, jun.
H. J. Knapp, Priest of His Majesty's Chapels Royal.
John J. Gelling.
J. Backhouse.
Rob t Quarme.
Cha s Ingall, Common C.M. London.
C. Flower.
T. Cha s Harrison.
Joseph Donne.
J. R. Townshend.
George Watson Taylor.
Tho s Will m Coke.
Peregrine F. Cust.
W. T. Copeland.
Cha s Richardson, Under Sheriff.
H. Haines.
Cha s Grant.