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James Gates Percival (Septem - May 2, ) was an American poet and physician. Percival, born at Berlin, Connecticut, was a precocious child, and a morbid and impractical, though versatile man, with a fatal facility in writing verse on all manner of subjects and in nearly every known meter.
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JAMES GATES PERCIVAL was born in Kensington, Connecticut, a town of which his ancestors had been among the earliest inhabitants, on the 15th of September, He was the second son of Dr.
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