Is not the political constitution in its turn rooted—as even Guizot admitted—in the social constitution of a country?
He saw Guizot on his arrival, who announced to him what he meant to do.
Mirabeau praised him, and Guizot calls him a “fameux esprit fort.”
Guizot was there early, pale and troubled, but stern and unbending.
Guizot, out of active politics for a time, did his most notable pen-work between 1825 and 1830.
Guizot is said to have escaped from the Foreign Office in a servant's livery.
Guizot was recalled from his embassy at London to take the portfolio of Foreign Affairs.
In this passage, Guizot speaks of the Church as a government, as a unity.
The chief of those works have been gathered together and translated in a special collection bearing the name of Guizot.
I shall pay off Aberdeen for enclosing the Archbishop's letter to Guizot.