CASE 24.—Serg't Grover R. Wixom, Co. G, 5th Mich. Cav.; age 35; admitted March 25, 1864, with typhoid pneumonia. Died 26th. Post-mortem examination: Right lung, thirty-one ounces, with old adhesions and lobular pneumonia scattered throughout; left lung, forty-five ounces, with recent adhesions, hepatization of upper lobe and upper part of lower lobe, and much congestion of the remainder of the lung. Epiglottis vascular and œdematous; trachea and bronchial tubes congested. —Lincoln Hospital, Washington, D. C.