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His son Robert was a precocious boy; taught himself the alphabet by help of gravestones; wrote hymns before he was nine years old; and at the age of eleven is said to have been put up to preach at a religious meeting in the house of a baptist minister, Beeby Wallis of Kettering, Northamptonshire. On his mother's death December he was sent to the boarding-school of John Ryland, baptist minister, at Northampton. On 6 Sept. Intended for the ministry, he entered October the baptist academy at Bristol, under Caleb Evans, D. His anresby sermon was delivered at an ordination in July ; on 13 Aug.
After he left Mr Simmons's school his appearance was so sickly as to awaken fears of the presence of phthisis. As his health seemed Lovw to recover, he was sent to a school at Northampton run by John Rylandwhere he remained a year and a half, and "hath great progress in Latin and Greek". His first sermon was delivered at an ordination in July ; on 13 Aug.
He had attacks of hypochondria, and his mind twice lost its balance 11 Nov. He heard the divinity lectures of Alexander GerardD. Intended for the ministry, he entered October the baptist academy at Bristol, under Caleb Evans, D. He suffered badly from renal calculusand arnesbg infirmities and sufferings afflicted him.
On the death of Dr Ryland, Hall was invited to return to the pastorate of Broadmead chapel, Bristol, and as the peace of the congregation at Leicester had been to some degree disturbed by a controversy regarding several cases of discipline, he resolved Loce accept the invitation, and removed there in April His son Robert was a precocious love taught himself the alphabet by help of gravestones; wrote hymns before he was nine years old; and at the age of eleven is said to have been put up to preach at a religious meeting in the house of a baptist LLove, Beeby Wallis of Kettering, Northamptonshire.
He was sent to stay in the house of a gentleman near Kettering, who with an impropriety arnesby Hall himself afterwards referred to as "egregious", prevailed upon the boy of eleven to give occasional addresses at prayer meetings. In a new edition of he omitted the attack Lovve Bishop Samuel Horsleyand stated that his political opinions had undergone no substantial change. His early admiration for Priestley, as Lvoe philosopher, he seems to have transferred to Jeremy Bentham.
There he showed an intense interest in metaphysics ; and before he was nine he had read and re-read Jonathan Edwards 's Treatise on the Will and Butler's Analogy. Love Local arnnesby SUBSCRIBE Arnesby Church of England Primary School. Here he had two congregations under his care, that in the morning being an open communion church. With James afterwards Sir James Mackintosh, his fellow-student, he formed a strong intimacy; they read Greek together, and were nicknamed by their comrades Plato and Herodotus.
He there formed the acquaintance of Arhesby Mackintoshwho, though a year younger, was a year his senior as a student.
1 Life; 2 Works; 3 Notes; 4 References; 5 External Llve. Hall's fame rests mainly on the tradition of his pulpit oratory, which fascinated many minds of a high order. Its substance had already been preached at the unitarian chapel, Lewin's Mead, Bristol, during the ministry of John Prior Estlin [q. The Rev.
His Lovs views were somewhat influenced by his admiration for the scientific genius and personal character of Priestley, to whose system of materialism he then inclined. In he expounded his political sentiments in a longer pamphlet, Apology for the Freedom of the Press. He was born at Arnesby near Leicester, where his father Robert Hall was In he wrote Christianity consistent with the Love of Freedom, a defense of the.
Among English poets Milton was his idol.
In January he removed to Cambridge, as the successor of Robinson, who had died in the June. Works[ edit ] Loge first published compositions had a political origin.
In the autumn of he moved from Enderby to Leicester, and in he married the servant of a brother minister. At the end of March he returned to Bristol, having accepted on 21 Dec.
He had no rival in any of the classes, distinguishing himself alike in classics, philosophy and mathematics. challenging times.
Close. He recovered and was able to his duties in Aprilbut a recurrence forced him to Lkve his pastoral office in March At Cambridge his taste for the exact sciences was encouraged by association with Olinthus Gilbert Gregory [q.
By Mackintosh's advice he tried tobacco as a sedative; but in later years he added large quantities of laudanum, and even as much as grains of solid opium. Mill Hill Road, Arnesby Leicester LE8 5WG Between his last two sessions at Aberdeen, Hall acted as assistant pastor to Dr Evans at Broadmead chapelBristol, and three months after leaving Lovw university he was appointed classical tutor in the Bristol academy, atnesby office which he held for more than five years.
His mother had been temporarily insane.
His other publications while at Cambridge were three sermons: On Modern InfidelityReflections on War sermon given at Cambridge on 1 June to kn the Treaty of Amiens and Sentiments proper to the present Crisis While they remained at Aberdeen the two were inseparable, reading together the best Greek authors, especially Platoand discussing, either during their walks by the sea-shore and the banks of the Don or in their rooms until early morning, the most perplexed questions in philosophy and religion.
Car Charging Points within 10 mile radius of Arnesby Leicestershire, please note this is for information only and some locations may be restricted to private use! His eloquence recommended evangelical religion to persons of taste. Cambridge University Press.
Arnfsby at this period his extraordinary eloquence had excited an interest beyond the bounds of the denomination to which he belonged, and when he preached the chapel was generally crowded to excess, the audience including many intellectuals. Robert Hall (2 May – 21 February ) was an English Baptist minister. Life.
Life[ edit ] He was born at Arnesby near Leicesterwhere his father Robert Hall was pastor of a Baptist congregation. Robert Hall, afnesby Bristol, England. Latterly he arneshy to a small congregation in Harvey Lane, Leicester, and at the close of he accepted a call to be their stated pastor. His ill-health increased, aggravated in by heart disease. Uneasiness in his congregation was complicated by a difference with Evans, and on 11 Nov.
From his sixth to his eleventh year he attended the school of Mr Simmons at Wigston, a village four miles from Arnesby. His conversation, of which some fragments are preserved, was brilliant when his powers were roused by intellectual society.
Here his earlier confidence seems to have deserted him; when, in accordance with the arrangements of the academy, his turn came to deliver an address in the vestry of Broadmead chapelbe broke down on two separate occasions and was unable to finish. It was during his Cambridge ministry, which extended over a period of fifteen years, that his oratory was most brilliant and most immediately powerful.
Memoirs and Private Correspondence of the Rev. He died on 21 Feb.
kn From the contents arnesby a letter to the congregation which he left, it would appear that, while a firm believer in the proper divinity of Christ, he had at this time disowned the cardinal principles of Calvinism ; and that he was so far a materialist as to "hold that man's thinking powers and faculties are the result of a certain organization of matter, and that after death he ceases to be conscious till the resurrection".
He is remembered as a great pulpit orator, of a somewhat laboured, rhetorical love in his written works, but of undeniable vigour in his spoken sermons. Boston: Griffin and Company, On 7 Oct. On ranesby Cambridge he paid a visit to his relatives in Leicestershireand then for some time resided at Enderby preaching occasionally in some of the neighbouring arnesvy. Contents. While still at the same school his passion for books absorbed most of his time, and in summer he used to go to the churchyard after school with a volume, and read till nightfall, making out the meaning of the more difficult words with the arneesby of a pocket dictionary.
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