We have no meanings for "zealous royalists" in our records yet.
The great majority of the House of Commons were zealous royalists.
To apply, even by strictly constitutional means, a violent pressure to his conscience, seemed to zealous royalists ungenerous and undutiful.
Numbers of the nobility followed him on this muster-roll of patriotism, and many of the most zealous royalists were among them.
The jury were men of fair and reputable characters, but zealous royalists: after a short deliberation, they brought in the prisoner guilty.
The more zealous royalists, regarding this assembly as illegal, had forborne to appear at elections; and the other party were returned for most places.
That they were zealous Royalists, direct from England, would be some evidence to the home government that the quest would be pursued in good faith.
"Sire, the editor is a certain Professor Lange, one of the most zealous royalists, and especially an ardent admirer of the queen."
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