Bagehot was writing about the marriage of the future King Edward VII to Princess Alexandra of Denmark.
Reference must also be made to the assistance which Bagehot gave as a journalist to the study of statistics.
And this is the fundamental flaw in the argument of Bagehot in Physics and Politics.
Bagehot described the book as "the most imposing of domestic narratives."
Bagehot says truly that, to have experiences, one must have the experiencing nature.
Bagehot's career was determined, as usual, partly by character and partly by circumstances.
The W. window has modern stained glass in memory of Bagehot, the historian, who was born here.
As Bagehot has pointed out, the legal powers of the king are as large as his actual authority is small.
Bagehot, in considering more particularly the progress of political institutions, put the problem in much the same way.
I'd had a bent for it ever since the Bagehot 'Lombard Street' days.