Bedford, Virginia; Melville P. Shelton, Nelson, Virginia; William H. Shepherd, Nelson, Virginia; Milton D. Sizer, Richmond, Virginia; George W. Smith, Madison, Mississippi; John M. Stainback, Brunswick, Virginia; Robert H. Stancell, Northampton.
North Carolina; Ratliff P. Talley, Dawson, Georgia; Williams D. Wall, Wilkinson, Mississippi; William H. Walthall, Campbell, Virginia; Lawson E. Waring. Essex, Virginia; Charles T. Whiting, Norfolk, Virginia; Joseph B. Winston, Louisa, Virginia; Thomas M. Wood, Botetourt, Virginia.
Whole number, sixty-two; being a larger number of graduates that at any session before or since the stampede of the Southern students from Philadelphia in the year 1860.
The prize of one hundred dollars for the best essay on any subject pertaining to the theory or practice of medicine was awarded to Dr. Alexander C. Ewell, of Tennessee, for an "Essay on the mind: Its physiological relations with, and pathological and therapeutical action over, the body." The