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That penniless prince would leave no will. On his death there was merely a rapid
distribution of the objects given him through the generosity of his mother and his
grandfather the Austrian emperor. The final irony was that Metternich acquired ...
Marchand is to send one of my pairs of golden shoe buckles to Prince Joseph. 4.
A little pair of golden garter buckles to Prince Lucien. 5. A golden collar clasp to
Prince Jerome. LIST (a) Inventory of the Effects Marchand is to Keep and Pass on
To Prince Eugene, the silver-gilt candlestick. To Princess ... To Prince Jerome,
the hilt of the antique saber. To Prince Joseph, an embroidered coat, vest and
breeches. To Prince Lucien, an embroidered coat, vest and breeches. pik* ft *y.£
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This is such a cute little book. Consists of an introduction to Napoleon, followed by a translation of his will. The book is formatted very well; a photocopy of each page of the actual will is ... Read full review
NAPOLEONS LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
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