Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. Mason” in chapter 1.20, section c.1.20.89, page 189 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
He called it his longo emendacior speech, had it printed in pamphlet form, and circulated it among his friends and those whom he specially admired.
One of the copies was inscribed by him to Mr. Mason as a worthy son of worthy sires.
This was written on the back of the printed speech, and it is to be hoped that the copy has been preserved.
It was an encomium which any man might envy, and this ...
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