CASE 124.—Private J. F. Dean, Co. I, 43d N. C.; admitted Dec. 11, 1863. Died Jan. 1, 1864. Post-mortem examination: The larynx and trachea were of a pale greenish-blue color but otherwise normal. Both lungs were inflamed; the first lobe of the right lung was hepatized red and gray and had at its base, posteriorly, a large abscess the size of a teacup filled with offensive pus and broken-down pulmonary tissue; the second lobe was splenified; the third in the last stage of red hepatization. The liver was very large and presented whitish lardaceous spots; the spleen was flabby; the kidneys congested.—Ass't Surgeon Harrison Allen, U. S. A., Lincoln Hospital, Washington, D. C.