Carmi has unearthed a wonderful cartoon of Napoleon on the front page of a 1949 Men Only Magazine - a real gem. Quite how the cartoon relates to the content of that particular edition of the magazine is unclear.
Then Michel reports a recent wedding at Longwood House,well a renewal of vows actually, and in the Montholon Apartment, not the Imperial Suite.
The happy couple were expatriates currently working with the island police. After the short ceremony there were photos on the lawn in front of the famous entrance.
Longwood has over the years witnessed births and deaths and other dramatic events - but as far as I know never a wedding ceremony.
I could not help wondering what Napoleon would have made of all this.
Perhaps this will be the future of St Helena and of Longwood House - an exotic wedding destination.
Once St Helena gets its airport then the Mediterranean, Africa, the Caribbean, the Indian Ocean and Las Vegas will have a new more exotic and probably more expensive rival.
I can see it now: horses and carriages, men dressed in uniforms of the Grande Armée, and maybe even photos in Longwood House with a Napoleon look alike, for a supplementary fee of course.
Certainly beats a photo with a Sri Lankan elephant.