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Northern Civilisation We take the following choice specimens from the Boston Traveller: "$5,000 reward for the Head of Jeff. Davis. "$3,000 for the Head of Gen Beauregard. "$3,000 for the Head of the traitor, Lieut. Maury. "Lieut. Maury's Treachery.--A Washington letter says evidences of Lieut. Maury's treachery are daily apparent. The meanest of them yet discovered is, that he removed buoys from Kettle Bottom Shoals, leaving the Administration to find it out as best they could. The same writer says Maury will not be allowed to resign but that his leaving as he did will be considered an actual desertion of a post of duty. On the day of his desertion he was with the Secretary of the Navy up to 3 o'clock in the afternoon, and said nothing of his intentions. He went home, packed up his furniture, and vamoosed. The Observatory is now under the charge of Lieut. Gillis, an excellent officer, than whom a more loyal, efficient, and worthy servant of the Governme