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Handsome Sward for a Gallant officer. --We saw yesterday a very handsome and service able cavalry sword recently presented to Lieut. --Col Robert A. Caskie, by the officers and men of his old company, the Caskie Rangers. On the front of the blade are the words: "Presented to Col. Caskie by the officers and men of the CaskieCol. Caskie by the officers and men of the Caskie Rangers;"on the reverse, the motto, " Audaces Fortuna Juvat."The sword was made by Boyle &Gamble, of Richmond. Col. Caskie recruited the company, since named after him, in this city in 1861. It has seen as hard service and done as much hard fighting as any organization in the army, and its originator has fought his way to a &Gamble, of Richmond. Col. Caskie recruited the company, since named after him, in this city in 1861. It has seen as hard service and done as much hard fighting as any organization in the army, and its originator has fought his way to a Lieutenant Colonelcy in a branch of the service in which promotions are far from rapid.