CASE 170.—Private John Verberson, Co. B, 35th Mass.; age 33; was admitted Nov. 30, 1864, convalescing from typhoid fever. He was much debilitated and had a severe diarrhœa. He died December 16. Post-mortem examination ten hours after death: Sudamina on legs and breast; slight suggillation posteriorly. Some pleuritic adhesions on the right side; emphysema of both lungs; puckering of middle lobe of right lung; three ounces of pale serum in pericardium; enlargement of liver; congestion and in some places ulceration of Peyer's patches; congestion of cæcum.—Third Division Hospital, Alexandria, Va.