Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. Mason” in chapter 1.19 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:

...e a two-edged sword; but the particulars of the incident escape our memory. The Puritan who accosted him with religious tracts, was so shocked that he set him down as an irredeemable infidel. But Mr. Mason was no infidel, and we rejoice to be informed that in his last hours he had the ministering of the venerable Bishop Johns, now the head of that Episcopacy in the State which consecrated the house at ...
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