Napoleon Bonaparte's will (5)
My cabinet of medals.
2. My plate, and my Sevres china, which I used at
St. Helena. (List B. and C.)
3. I request Count Montholon to take care of these
articles and to convey them to my son when he shall
attain the age of sixteen years.
My three saddles and bridles, my spurs which I used
at St. Helena.
2. My fowling-pieces, to the number of five.
I charge my chasseur, Noverraz, with the care of these
articles, and direct him to convey them to my son
when he shall attain the age of sixteen years.
Four hundred volumes, selected from those in my library
of which I have been accustomed to use the most.
2. I direct St. Denis to take care of them, and to
convey them to my son when he shall attain the age
of sixteen years.
None of the articles which have been used by me shall
be sold; the residue shall be divided amongst the
executors of my will and my brothers.
2. Marchand shall preserve my hair, and cause a bracelet
to be made of it, with a little gold clasp, to be
sent to the Empress Maria Louisa, to my mother, and
to each of my brothers, sisters, nephews, nieces,
the Cardinal; and one of larger size for my son.
Marchand will send one pair of my gold shoe-buckles
to Prince Joseph.
A small pair of gold knee-buckles to Prince Lucien.
5. A gold collar-clasp to Prince Jerome.
of my effects, which Marchand will take care of, convey
to my son.
My silver dressing-case, that which is on my table,
furnished with all its utensils, razors, &c.
2. My alarum-clock: it is the alarum-clock of Frederic
II. which I took at Potsdam (in box No. III.).