CASE 114.—Private Benjamin Brady, Co. I, 24th N. Y. Cav.; age 23; was admitted June 5, 1865, with chronic diarrhœa and intermittent fever. Typhoid symptoms soon became apparent, including delirium and petechial spots on the abdomen. He died on the 14th. Post-mortem examination nine hours after death: Body much emaciated. Lungs normal; spleen enlarged and softened; small intestine ulcerated; Peyer's patches much inflamed and corresponding mesenteric glands enlarged and indurated.—Slough Hospital, Alexandria, Va.