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To General Drouot, 100,000 francs. 19. To General Cambronne, 100,000 francs.
20. To the children of General Mouton-Duvernet, 100,000 francs. 21. To the
children of brave Labedoyere, 100,000 francs. 22. To the children of General
... which has already been disposed of is to be distributed to the wounded of
Waterloo and to the officers and men of the Elban batallion, according to a list to
be drawn up by Montholon, Bertrand, Drouot, Cambronne and Surgeon Larrey.
If Las Cases assumes the office of treasurer, and my executors believe a
secretary to be necessary and Drouot is agreeable, they may nominate him. 29. I
have a litde cousin in Ajaccio who owns, I think, some 300,000 francs' worth of
land and ...
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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