CASE 141.—Private Lewis Malling, Co. B, 180th Ohio; age 43; was admitted Feb. 1, 1865. Severe dyspnœa; prostration; pulse feeble, 120; sordes on teeth and gums; expectoration difficult, rust-colored; large crepitation and dulness​ over lower part of right lung. Died 4th. Post-mortem examination: Effusion with several bands of adhesion in right pleural cavity; apex of lung containing tubercular deposit, yellow and hard, surrounded by well-marked congestion, middle lobe somewhat congested, lower lobe consolidated, granular, friable and nutmeg-colored; apex of left lung tuberculous, remainder healthy. Other viscera healthy.—Douglas Hospital, Washington, D. C.