CASE 113.—Private John Frink, Co. K, 40th N. J.; age 19; admitted June 4, 1865. Typhoid fever. Severe diarrhœa, gastric irritability and nervous disorder were the prominent phenomena. Died 23d. Post-mortem examination twenty-four hours after death: The lungs were emphysematous; the small intestine much inflamed; the glands of Peyer congested; the spleen normal.——Third Division Hospital, Alexandria, Va.