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Timothy Perry was born at New Ipswich, New Hampshire on November 7, 1829. "After receiving his education, Mr. Perry afterward taught mathematics. He studied law in Brooklyn, N.Y., where he . . . engaged in the practice of his profession. Many poems from the pen of Mr. Perry have appeared in the periodical press, and he is fully represented in Poets of New Hampshire."
[Thos. W. Herringshaw (ed.), Local and National Poets of America 942 (Chicago: American Publishers' Association, 1890)][See also: Bella Chapin (ed.), The Poets of New Hampshire 390 (Claremont, New Hampshire: Charles H. Adams, Publisher, 1883)][online text]
Timothy Perry, Poem delivered before the alumni of New Ipswich Appleton Academy, September 18, 1861 (New York: John N. Stearns, 1861)