CASE 100.—Private William Six, Co. D, 174th Ohio; age 18; admitted Feb. 6, 1865, with measles. Died 14th. Post-mortem examination: The lungs were congested and firmly adherent; the bronchial tubes filled with brownish-white mucus. The left ventricle of the heart contained a firm clot. The liver was normal; the peritoneal covering of the intestines congested.—Stanton Hospital, Washington, D. C.