This was the first of the last testaments in the Qing dynasty, issued by the Shunzhi Emperor (1644-1661) prior to his death at the age of 24. According to the Qing Veritable Records, the emperor felt discomfort on February 5th, 1661, and then drafted this last testament with the help from his grand secretaries. Hiuwan Yei (Han Chinese: Xuanye) was named Crown Prince in this last testament, with four powerful men Sonin（1601-1667）, Suksaha（?-1667）, Ebilun（?-1673） and Oboi（1610-1669） being appointed as regents. The final draft, finalized by the Shunzhi Emperor himself, was then brought to Empress Dowager Xiaozhuangwen and later issued officially.
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