CASE 123.—Private Ira Woodcock, Co. E, 28th Mich.; age 29; admitted Jan. 26. 1865, from regimental hospital with pneumonia. Died February 12. Post-mortem examination: No emaciation; much suggillation posteriorly. Right pleura adherent and containing three pints of serum with large flakes of unorganized lymph; upper and lower lobes of lung hepatized and two small abscesses in lower lobe. Left pleura normal but lung congested. Pericardium and heart normal. Liver slightly enlarged and engorged. Other abdominal viscera normal.—Second Division Hospital, Alexandria, Va.