George Mason to George Mason Jr.

It is impossible to judge how long we shall be detained here, but from present…

Letter to Arthur Lee

I arrived in this City on Thursday Evening last, but found so few of the…

Letter to Patrick Henry

Dear Sir: …I congratulate you most sincerely on the accomplishment of what I know was…

George Mason to George Mason Jr.

Upon our arrival here on Thursday evening, seventeenth May, I found only the States of…

George Mason to George Mason Jr.

The idea I formerly mentioned to you, before the Convention met, of a great national…

Letter to Beverley Randolph

The Convention having resolved that none of their proceedings should be communicated during their sitting,…

Objections to the Constitution

OBJECTIONS OF THE HON. GEORGE MASON, ONE OF THE DELEGATES FROM VIRGINIA IN THE LATE…

Constitutional Convention

In Convention Mr. William Blount from N. Carolina took his seat. 1st. propos: of the…

George Mason’s Objections to Proposed Federal Constitution

There is no Declaration of Rights, and the Laws of the general Government being paramount…

Virginia Declaration of Rights and Constitution

W. W. Hening, Statutes at Large (Richmond: George Cochran, 1823 [IX: 109-119] The Declaration of…