CASE 120.—Private Robert Booth, Co. A, 147th Pa.; age 21; was admitted Nov. 4, 1863, delirious, with dry tongue and sordes, and on the second day after admission involuntary discharges from the bowels. He died on the 13th. Post-mortem examination showed "that condition of the intestinal glands usually found in typhoid cases."—Act. Ass't Surg. James Robertson, 1st Division Hospital, Alexandria, Va.