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The fourth codicil (paginated 33-36 in 1853), written by the emperor on April 21,
22 or 23, signed and dated the 24th. It consists of legacies to people he knew at
the start of his career, provides for legal expenses and nominates a treasurer.
Napoleon I (Emperor of the French). This is my codicil, or the last expression of
my will. I urge my son Eugene Napoleon to carry it out exactly. It is all written in
my own hand. April 24, 1821, Longwood. This is a third codicil to Napoleon.
April 24, 1821, Longwood. This is a third codicil to my will of April 15. 1. Among
the crown diamonds restored in 18 14 there are five worth 600,000 francs each
which were not crown property, but were part of my private fortune. They are to be
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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