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e Dahlgren style, smooth bore, and weigh about four and a half tons each. An elegant $240 sword is soon to be presented to Captain Dericke, of the Duryea Fire Zouaves, stationed in Baltimore. Another beautiful sword is to be presented to Colonel Paine, of the Fourth Wisconsin Volunteers, by the Jefferson County Guards. It is stated that the sale of arms in Cincinnati has fallers, off largely. Not more than one-third is now sold that was a few weeks since. Captains Morse and Humphrey, of the Michigan Second, to be had an interview the other day with rebel officers in regard to the mutual firing on pickets, publish a card, in which they say, "the pledges have been kept. There has not been a single shot fired from the pickets on either side, up to this time, (3 P. M., 12th,) along that part of our lines at Balley's Cross Roads." Two more companies are to be raised.--What place in the State or country can show a more patriotic record than sterling old Marblehead?