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Hippolyte Maze (1839–1891)

Maze, Hippolyte (mäz). A French statesman and historian; born at Arras, Nov. 5, 1839; died in Paris, Oct. 25, 1891. He was twice elected deputy for Versailles (1879 and 1881), and twice senator (1886 and 1891). He wrote: ‘The Governments of France from the Seventeenth to the Nineteenth Century’ (1864); ‘The Republic of the United States’ (1869); ‘The Struggle against Want’ (1883); ‘The Generals of the Republic’ (1889); etc.