CASE 50.—Private John B. Talbot, Co. H, 6th Mich. Cav.; age 23; admitted Feb. 13, 1864, with pleuro-pneumonia, following measles. Died 29th. Post-mortem examination: The lower lobe of the right lung was hepatized red and presented on section a number of small superficial abscesses. [Specimen 345, Med. Sec., Army Medical Museum.] The pleura was thickened. The kidneys were fatty.—Surgeon E. Bentley, U. S. Vols., Third Division Hospital, Alexandria, Va.