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Tindal, Nicholaslocked

(1687–1774)
  • A. F. Pollard
  • , revised by M. G. Sullivan

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Tindal, Nicholas (1687–1774), historical writer and translator, was born on 25 November 1687 at Plymouth, the only son of John Tindal, vicar of Cornwood, Devon, and his wife, Elizabeth Prideaux. His uncle was the deist Matthew Tindal (1657–1733), and his aunt Elizabeth was the mother of ...

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Gentleman's Magazine
J. Foster, ed., , 4 vols. (1887–8), later edn (1891); , 4 vols. (1891–2); 8 vol. repr. (1968) and (2000)