CASE 15.—Private Isaac Davis, Co. I, 9th V. R. Corps, was admitted Feb. 23, 1864, and died March 31. Post-mortem examination: Body not much emaciated. The right pleural sac contained six pints of serum; the lung was collapsed and had old adhesions on its inner, upper and posterior surfaces and recent adhesions on its outer surface. The left lung was everywhere adherent, some of the adhesions appearing to be recent, and its lower lobe was hepatized.—Act. Ass't Surgeon N. T. Martin, Harewood Hospital, Washington, D. C.