CASE 192.—Private John Hause, Co. H, 175th Pa.; age 35; admitted July 6, 1863. Died 12th. Post-mortem examination: Body slightly emaciated. Liver healthy; gall-bladder distended with bile; spleen somewhat enlarged, much congested and very soft; duodenum and jejunum healthy; ileum much inflamed and its agminated and solitary glands ulcerated, but some of the ulcers appeared to be healing; solitary follicles of ascending colon enlarged and ulcerated. Kidneys healthy.—Act. Ass't Surg. Lloyd Dorsey, Harewood Hospital, Washington, D. C.