CASE 105.—Private Jacob Maust, Co. K, 116th Pa.; age 20; was admitted March 26, 1864, moribund from pneumonia after measles. He died on the 28th. Post-mortem examination: The left pleural cavity contained a pint of serum and the lung was coated with thin pasty lymph, its lower lobe being partly hepatized. [Specimen 343, Med. Sec., Army Medical Museum.]—Surgeon E. Bentley, U. S. Vols., Third Division Hospital, Alexandria, Va.