Nathaniel Tucker was born in Bermuda, the brother of the American poet St. George Tucker. He lived in Charleston South Carolina before emigrating to Edinburgh and Leyden to study medicine. For most of his life he lived in England, where he practiced medicine (and translated Swedenborg) in Hull.
The Bermudian. A poem. 1774.
The anchoret: a poem. 1776.
The wisdom of angels, concerning divine love and divine wisdom. [Swedenborg, trans. Tucker]. 1788.
The wisdom of angels concerning divine providence. [Swedenborg, trans. Tucker]. 1790.
The apocalypse revealed, wherein are disclosed the arcana there foretold. [Swedenborg, trans. Tucker]. 1791.
A summary exposition of the internal sense of the books of Genesis and Exodus. [Swedenborg, trans. Tucker]. 1807.
The complete published poems of Nathaniel Tucker, ed. Lewis Leary. 1973.