CASE 66.—Private Adam Cull, Co. D, 28th Mich.; age 25; admitted Feb. 13, 1865. Diagnosis—typho-malarial fever and congestion of lungs. Died 19th. Post-mortem examination fourteen hours after death: Well developed; large deposit of fat; recent blister-marks on neck and chest; slight suggillation posteriorly; great rigidity. Pleuritic adhesions on both sides; right lung congested, crepitant in upper lobe. Stomach distended with air; Peyer's patches inflamed, in many places ulcerated; large intestine congested. Liver nutmeg; spleen enlarged; kidneys small; other viscera normal.—Third Division Hospital, Alexandria, Va.