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Three hundred dollars reward. --Left the residence of Col Moore, on 5th street, on Saturday, the 7th inst, a servant boy named Reveille Valentine. The said Beverly is the property of Mrs Judge Beverly Tucker, of Williamsburg. He is a copper-colored mulatto, about 5½ feet high, very slender in person, brown eyes and hair inclined to curl. His demeanor is remarkably modest and quiet. When spoken to he looks rather intimidated, but soon recovers him self. He wore, when last sten a brown coat, with brass buttons, (he always wears his cost buttoned at the wallet,) a red flannel shirt, with blue trimmings, and a blue military cap, lined with a striped red and white material. The above reward will be paid for his apprehension and delivery at the corner of 5th and Cary streets, Richmond Va, or lodged in jail in said city. mh 12--6t*