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y. --The work of moral reform has commenced in earnest. Modest virtue may now lift its eyes and smile sweetly at the coming of the long promised millennium. Richmond is to be purged of vices that have started forth at night, from dark and lonely hiding places, and sailed "on obscene wings athwart the noon." Following close upon the proceedings against the exhibitors of unlawful games, comes a demonstration against the cyprian dames, which happened in this way: Officers Quarles. Davis, Wickes, and Blackburn, armed with a warrant issued by the Mayor, at the instance of certain parties, proceeded yesterday to a house on Virginia street, kept by Clara Coleman, and took her into custody, together with Jenny Read, Ella Willard, Anna Willett, Mildred Coleman, and Ann Beasley, and conducted them all to the Station House. The charge against the first is for keeping a disorderly, ill-governed establishment, of evil fame and reputation, and against the others for participating in the vici