12 JANUARY 1850, Page 14

It is inferred in Paris, that M. Guizot, like M.

Thiers, has come over to Legitimacy. At the Academy of Sciences, on Tuesday, he read an essay on "the Restoration of the Stuarts." There was an unusually large an- dience. He made no direct allusion to an analogous project for his own , country, but manifestly pointed at Henri Cinq. Paris gossip also avers Louis Philippe has declared himself much annoyed at M. Salvandy's gitimist leanings ; though he looks to Legitimacy as the best thing to re- trieve France and regards the prolongation of the Presidency as a weak and ephemeral expedient