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