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The Reverend Nicholas Tindal
A three-quarter-length portrait, seated to the left and facing the right. He wears a gown, undershirt and the turban cap of a gentleman in informal dress, without his wig, and holds a book on his knees. Tindal was chaplain to Sir Charles Wager in the Baltic in 1726. At this time he also published the first of fifteen volumes of his translation of Rapin's 'History of England'. This is denoted by the book that he holds and those on the shelves in the background to the right. He was later Chaplain to Greenwich Hospital.
- Image reference: BHC2316
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London