But, beyond all question, Castlereagh is one of the most atrocious and despicable Englishmen of the nineteenth century.
This I determined to do, and accordingly set off for Castlereagh Street.
Castlereagh endeavours to talk over Talleyrand with British common sense.
Castlereagh was unfortunate in his end and unpopular during his life.
British foreign policy, then under the guidance of Castlereagh, was distinctly favourable to this policy.
It therefore suited Talleyrand to adopt the views of Castlereagh.
Castlereagh and Canning shared between them, in succession, the office of Foreign Secretary.
Castlereagh was now directed to come to an understanding with Talleyrand.
But, quick as was Castlereagh's action, events had moved even more quickly.
In the note to Castlereagh, Talleyrand added a practical corollary.