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title:“Beverley Randolph to George Mason”
authors:Beverley Randolph
date written:1790-3-25

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Randolph, Beverley. "Letter to George Mason." The Papers of George Mason. Vol. 3. Ed. A Rutland. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1970. 1191. Print.

Beverley Randolph to George Mason (March 25, 1790)

Richmond March 25th 1790
SIR
I do myself the Honour to inclose you a Commission, appointing you a Senator for this State, in the Room of Colonel Grayson deceased.
Permit me to intreat your acceptance of this Commission. The very important subjects now before congress so interesting to America in general and more especially to your native State call for the counsels of the wisest of her citizens.
Impressed with the fullest conviction of your abilities and zeal for the welfare of your Country I cannot doubt your compliance with the unanimous wishes of the Executive. I am &c
BEVERLEY RANDOLPH

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