CASE 216.—Private Simeon M. Van Horn, Co. F, 141st Pa.; admitted Oct. 14, 1862; died 24th. Post-mortem examination: The mucous membrane of the small intestine was much softened and presented many ulcerated patches. The mesentery was highly congested; the mesenteric glands enlarged; the spleen twice the usual size, much engorged and easily broken down; the liver enlarged and friable.—Third Division Hospital, Alexandria, Va.