Refuting Hilaire de Curzon

Hilaire de Curzon was an Anjouist and President of Union poitevine des syndicats agricoles, an agricultural union.  In 1913, Curzon published De la Nationalité des princes de la branche ainée des Bourbons (1913). The work consists of a Foreword, three chapters, and a conclusion — all written in the defence of the Spanish Bourbons.  It … More Refuting Hilaire de Curzon

Refuting d’Aguesseau

Anjouists love to cite Henri François d’Aguesseau as evidence that a Prince of the Blood does not lose his right of succession by becoming a foreigner.  We will refute the claims made by d’Aguesseau.  Here is the text in question: [62r] February 1713. Observations of the Attorney General d’Aguesseau on a draft letters patent for … More Refuting d’Aguesseau

Statement from a Legitimist on Henri V’s views on succession

Henri-Scipion-Charles, Marquis de Dreux-Brézé, who was a leading figure in the Legitimist party: Après la mort de Monsieur le Comte de Chambord, les royalistes, privés de leur chef, reconnurent presque immédiatement, fidèles en cela à leurs, principes, les droits de tout temps, à mon avis incontestables, de Monsieur le Comte de Paris à la couronne … More Statement from a Legitimist on Henri V’s views on succession

Royal Almanac of 1824

The French Royal Almanac of 1824 shows the Spanish Bourbons listed after the House of Orléans and the House of Bourbon-Condé and under the title of Spain (Espagne). Page 1 (PDF) Page 2 (PDF)