Where is the original will?
“Contemporary writers make frequent mention of this will; some of them even take notice of the exceptions made by Mary to the prejudice of Curle and Nau*; still I am of opinion that it has never been printed, at least not in French. The original is supposed to be in the archives of the Vatican, but it must have been registered in France, since the parliament of Paris issued an arête relative to its execution. As for the memorandum, that has been frequently published, among others, by Jebb, ii., 303 and Keralio, v., 435. –(Note by Prince Labanoff.)”
(Ref: Agnes Strickland, Letters of Mary Queen of Scots page 150)
*Note: Curle and Nau her secretaries.