CASE 22.—Private Thomas H. Mitchell, Co. G, 16th N. Y. Cav.; age 45; admitted Nov. 20, 1864, with scurvy, which yielded to the usual treatment. On March 28, 1865, he had chills followed by pain in the chest with cough. Died April 6. Post-mortem examination: Upper and middle lobes of right lung largely adherent, solid, gray, granular and friable; lower lobe crepitant, slightly injected. Lower lobe of left lung brownish-red, its bronchial tubes dark and thickened. Liver cirrhosed; spleen soft, full of blood; kidneys pale.—Third Division Hospital, Alexandria, Va.