CASE 110.—Private William H. Yerks, Co. I, 6th N. Y. Heavy Art'y; age 35; was admitted Feb. 19, 1864, with scrofulous bubo. On March 5 he was attacked with measles. Pleuro-pneumonia supervened and proved fatal on the 23d. Post-mortem examination: Larynx and trachea inflamed. Left lung hepatized throughout; right containing unsoftened tubercle in its upper portion.—Third Division Hospital, Alexandria, Va.