Statistics for occurrence #1 of “George Mason” in chapter 1.19 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
Thus trained to the age of his majority he could not be other than a gentleman, in the highest sense of that much abused term.
The son of General John Mason, Sr., of Claremont, the grandson of George Mason , of Gunston, the only rival of George Washington, and the author of the first Bill of Rights, properly conceived and expressed, ever penned for mankind, and sprung from a mother more like a mother of...
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