Carlos (1788–1855) Spanish prince and pretender to the throne. His elder brother, Ferdinand VII, changed Spanish law so that his daughter Isabella II succeeded him (1833). Carlos was proclaimed king by the Carlists, and civil war ensued. Isabella won (1840), and Carlos went into exile. In 1845 he resigned his claim in favour of his son Don Carlos II.
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