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n.1.One who adheres to the house of Bourbon; a legitimist.
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In other words, all at the right end of the piece became devoted Bourbonists, devoutly believing that princes, who were daily mentioned with so much reverence and respect, could be nothing else but perfect; while the opposite extreme were disposed to think that nothing good could come of Nazareth.
Cabrera brings to life the business-minded scientists who capitalized on the Bourbonist support of freer trade, as well as the educational, cultural, scientific Alantic worlds of which they were part.