Document ReferenceOs C 394
TitleNotes on dissolution of Guizot Ministry; n.d. [1848]
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionStates that Guizot transacted buisness with King [Louis Philippe] at Tuileries and was informed by Duchatel that King was uneasy about reform petitions from National Guard; states that Louis Philippe wished to send for Molé; comments that King, Queen, and Duke of Nemours urged Guizot to admit reform; refers to Molé forming Government.

Autograph note by J.E. Denison on f 2v reads 'The King of the French & Guizot their respective acc[oun]ts of the Dissolution of the Guizot Ministry'.
Termgovernments, French 1848
politics, French
revolutions, French Revolution 1848

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA9772Guizot; Francois P.G. (1787-1874); Monsieur; French historian and statesman1787-1874
NA7509Louis Philippe (1773-1850); King of the French; (reigned 1830-48)1773-1850
NA10015Molé; Louis M. (1781-1855); Count; French Prime Minister 18361781-1855
NA10016Marie Amelie (1782-1866 ); Queen of the French; (wife of Louis Philippe daughter of Ferdinando I of the Two Sicilies)1782-1866
NA10017Duchâtel; C.M. Tanneguy (1803-1867); Monsieur; French politician1803-1867
NA10018Louis (1814-1896 ); Duke of Nemours; (son of Louis Philippe King of the French)1814-1896
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