A brief account of the family of Percival
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Published in [London? .
Written in English


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The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination32p.
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19317799M

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John Thomas Perceval (14 February – 28 February ) was a British army officer who was confined in lunatic asylums for three years and spent the rest of his life campaigning for reform of the lunacy laws and for better treatment of asylum inmates. He was one of the founders of the Alleged Lunatics' Friend Society and acted as their honorary secretary for about twenty years. Pedro Tovookan Parris was an African native who came to America in under unusual circumstances and became part of a prominent Maine family. This brief account of Pedro's life was written by Percival J. Parris, who was 11 when Pedro died in About the Book In Thinking and Destiny, something new-although older than time-is now made known to the world-about Consciousness. No student or teacher of metaphysics, no leader of a modern school of thought, no minister or priest of ancient or modern religions, no critic of whatever other qualification can fail to marvel at the wealth of detailed information on the numerous subjects treated. Early days Childhood and employment. Arthur Ernest Percival was born on 26 December in Aspenden Lodge, Aspenden near Buntingford in Hertfordshire, England, the second son of Alfred Reginald and Edith Percival (née Miller).His father was the Land Agent of the Hamel's Park estate and his mother came from a Lancashire cotton family.. Percival was initially schooled locally in : Lieutenant-General.

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