When he is at Chantilly on a race-day he gracefully does the honors of his reserved stand to all the little Orleanist court.
I met yesterday an Orleanist of the old school, who was also disconsolate.
When alone with his servant, I fancy that he talks to him as he would to the most coquettish Orleanist or Legitimist duchess.
I am a Legitimist: he used to be an Orleanist, and now he is a Republican.
But the very profusion of the Orleanist offers threw doubt on their sincerity.
Orleanist successes, however, left him to fall back upon his pen.
While they had contented themselves with words, Republican and Orleanist parties.
At the landing he was met by a woman, as much a miniature of the days of Orleanist France as himself.
It is in the Orleanist interest, and is praised by the Journal des Débats.
I have my eye on the Orleanist conspiracy, in which you have taken it upon yourself to play a role!