CASE 68.—Private William Barker, Co. I, 123d Ind.; age 43; admitted Feb. 4, 1865: Distressing dyspnœa; large crepitation on right side of chest superiorly and but little sound at all inferiorly, with dulness​ over all; puerile respiration, with slight resonance on left side. Died 10th. Post-mortem examination: Universal adhesion of lungs; right lung seventy-three ounces, its upper and lower lobes completely hepatized, middle lobe unaffected; left lung congested; bronchial glands enlarged. Other organs healthy.—Douglas Hospital, Washington, D. C.