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Definition of Bourbonist

Bourbonist
Bourbonist Bour"bon*ist, n. One who adheres to the house of Bourbon; a legitimist.

Meaning of Bourbonist from wikipedia

- Bourbonism can be a form of traditionalist conservatism, likely tied French monarchism, or tourism focused on Bourbon whiskey production. Specifically...
- sympathetic to the French Revolution. The name "Sanfedisti" was also used by Bourbonist peasant uprisings against the House of Savoy during Italian unification...
- alternately defending whichever of the two seemed more in danger: "I am a Bourbonist out of honour, a monarchist out of reason, and a republican out of taste...
- Monarchica, Bari, 1998, A. Maffei, Brigand Life in Italy: A History of Bourbonist Reaction ca. 1865. Lupo, Salvatore (2009). The History of the Mafia, New...
- France was continually wracked with the quarrels between the right-wing Bourbonist restorationists and left-wing Revolutionaries; herein arose the clerical...
- 87 A. Maffei count, Marc Monnier, Brigand life in Italy: a history of Bourbonist reaction, Volume 2, p.39 Aldo De Jaco, Il brigantaggio meridionale, p...
- is called "della Vittoria" in honor of the 1820 uprising against the Bourbonist garrison. Villa Bonanno Piazza del Parlamento Palazzo dei Normanni "Sicilia...
- Amadeo I of Spain Spanish Civil War (1936–1939), in which both Carlist and Bourbonist monarchists vied to restore the monarchy (abolished in 1931) in favour...
- tried to reconquer Mexico, and the conservative paper El Sol pondered the Bourbonist cause, ultimately arguing that it was ****ile to join the Spaniards when...
- 244 A. Maffei count, Marc Monnier, Brigand life in Italy: a history of Bourbonist reaction, Volume 2, Hurst and Blackett, 1865 Quirino Bianchi, Il brigante...
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