CASE 178.—Private C. M. Kelsey, Co. M, 14th N. Y. Heavy Art., was admitted July 24, 1864, having been sick since the 7th with diarrhœa and fever. He died on the 28th. Post-mortem examination on day of death: Lungs and heart healthy. Peyer's patches were inflamed and slightly ulcerated; several ulcers were found in the large intestine; the mesenteric glands were much enlarged and softened. The spleen was five inches long by three broad and rather soft; the kidneys were large and fatty.—Fairfax Seminary Hospital, Va.