CASE 131.—Private Lewis H. Slone, Co. H, 8th Mich., was admitted July 24, 1864, from City Point hospital, Va., with bronchitis. The sputa​ had a bad odor. He died August 16. Post-mortem examination: Larynx, heart and left lung healthy. Right lung universally adherent and of a livid-red color; its lower lobe very soft in texture, resembling the spleen; a portion of the lobe occupied by an abscess of gangrenous appearance containing about six ounces of fetid pus. Liver fatty; spleen firm; kidneys normal.—Fairfax Seminary Hospital, Va.