CASE 186.—Private Martin Stevens, Co. D, 7th N. C.; age 33; was admitted May 20, 1864, with typhoid fever, and died on the 24th. Post-mortem examination sixteen hours after death: Body rather spare. Lungs congested throughout; left ventricle of heart dilated; small intestine much inflamed; solitary follicles and Peyer's patches ulcerated; large intestine inflamed; mesenteric glands enlarged and softened; liver and kidneys normal; spleen much enlarged and congested.—Lincoln Hospital, Washington, D. C.