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I leave to my son the boxes, decorations and other items such as silverware,
camp bed, weapons, saddles, spurs, the sacred vessels of my chapel, books and
linen which constitute my personal effects, according to the inventory attached, ...
From the liquidation of my Italian civil list, including money, jewels, silver, linen,
furniture, stables, entrusted to the viceroy and which belongs to me, I have two
millions available, which I leave to my most faithful servants. I hope that my son ...
He must be made to return it. 3. I leave to the Duke of Istria 300,000 francs, of
which only 100,000 should go to the widow if the Duke is dead at the time of my
will's execution. If there are no objections, I wish the duke to marry Duroc's
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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