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The Daily Dispatch: May 13, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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The will of the late John C. Rives. --John C. Rives, well known in the history of the United States as the printer of the Congressional Globe, died a few days since in Washington. His will is dated April 4, 1861, and bequeaths his estate to his six children, Wright Rives, Caroline R. Williams, (wife of Samuel T. Williams,) Franklin Rives' Lucy Rives, Jefferson Rives and Blair Rives. The Globe office, situated on Pennsylvania avenue, between third and Four and a Half streets, is bequeathed to Franklin and Jefferson Rives, with the contents, excepting copies of the Congressional Globe and the stereotype plates of that work, which is devised to the other five children. Franklin and Jefferson Rives are to have no benefit of the balance of the estate, which is to be divided between the other five children, together with $50,000 in Missouri State bonds The country residence in Prince George's county, with the ground, 51 acres, some of which lies in Washington county, is