Almost every one who visits the Hills keeps a servant called a Tindal.
Tindal died the day they were to have met to draw up an award.
My friend Mr. Tindal is come to settle (for the present at least) in this neighbourhood.
He assisted Tindal in the English version of the Bible, 1537.
But Tindal had the honour of calling forth a still stronger adversary than Conybeare.
He wrote in defence of Christianity in reply to Tindal, the Freethinker, and died in 1753.
After all, Tindal and the censurers of Young may be reconcilable.
A man mounted the Tindal statue and harangued the crowd, urging the people to rise and compel the Government to stop the war.
Tindal did not live to complete his work; but after his death it was taken up by far feebler hands.
What other subject through all Art and Nature could have produced Tindal for a profound author, and furnished him with readers?