On Tbursday eveniog of last week, at Híii!L;siirfer's Hall, Judgo : renos, in beluilf of a number of our eitizens, presentad Liout. Moau, of Company K, First Michigan Keglmeot, with an elegant Sword, belt, and a Revolver. The presentation was made in the presence of the officers of the KegimeDt and a goodly number of citizens, 'J'ho presentntion speech was appropriate, and Licut. M, promised to return the gift nnsullied by stain of ' Or', On the name ovcning, at the Franklin Houfe, Judge Vascleve preeented in bchalf of himself and others a Sword, belt nnd sash to Lieut. H. Ci,at Aknold, of the samo Company and Hcgirncnt. - j It was a fine blado, and the Lioutonant will makc it do esocntion if a secessionmt gets near enough - and if one don't get near onnugh it will not bo Cr.Aï's fa uit. Both of Iheflo young officors servcd through the first campaign of tho glorious First, and this presentation is an cvidenco that they won tho esteem and confidenco of thoir frionde.