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Patrick Henry Worsham, Sergeant Major of the Virginia Cavalry, died in Petersburg last Wednesday night, of typhoid fever. A correspondent of the Jackson Mississippian offers a reward of $10,000 for the head of Gen. Picayune Butler,
H Linsey, J A Bryson. Wounded: E Millhouse, thigh and abdomen; Ira P Croft, in face and neck; W Dickerson, two fingers shot off left hand; J A Chapman, in right foot; J Thompson, in head; S W Millhouse, right thigh; W J Beavers, seriously, from grapeshot. Company E--Killed: M J Murphy, color bearer; W Kalips. Wounded: Lt J W Banning, across bowels and hip, slightly; Lt J T Dixon, in shoulder, seriously; G P Wyche, in leg; J L Gift, on head, slight; R A Crouch, in thigh seriously; T M Butler, in thigh, seriously; B T Crossen, flash wound in leg; T P Clark, in hip; R Findly, on hand; A Seath, in arm; M Smith, in Shoulder; Albert Phillips, in face, slightly; G W Rodding, in leg; O P Rowe, in breast; M Waddle, through the foot, while nobly carrying the colors; Joseph Woodruff, in the hand and arm. Company F.--Killed: C S Padget, J M S umons, Jno M Word. J W Harbin. Wounded: Capt L R Wade, in the arm, slightly; Lieut R A McClure, in head, mortally; Corporal James Holcum, in s