Hall, Robert. The Works of the Rev. Robert Hall, A.M. (3 volume set); With a Brief Memoir of His Life, by Dr. Gregory, and Observations on His Character as a Preacher, by the Rev. John Foster. Published under the superintendence of Olinthu Gregory, LL.D., F.R.A.S. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1839.
Three volumes in full leather, red & black spine title labels, bindings very good with fine outer hinges, gilt to board edges, 5 3/4 x 9 inches, blue marbled page edges, light scuffing. Each volume with former owner's signature on ffep. 504 + 488 + xv., 540, (6) pp. Frontispiece portrait of Rev. Hall in vol. iii., tidemark in lower margin. Pages with light foxing and unmarked except for one sermon in vol. iii. that has underlining in pencil. Bindings are tight - a very handsome set. Very good. 
Starr, A Baptist Bibliography H988.
Robert Hall (1764-1831), “one of the most eminent of modern divines.” – Allibone. An English Baptist, and something of a child prodigy. “Before he was nine years of age he had perused and reperused, with intense interest, the treatises of the profound and extraordinary thinker, Jonathan Edwards, on the ‘Affections’ and on the ‘Will.’ About the same time he read, with a like interest, ‘Butler’s Analogy.’ Before he was ten years old he had written many essays, principally on religious subjects, and often invited his brothers and sisters to hear him preach.” – Dr. Olinthus Gregory. He began preaching publicly at age 16 and after 12 years of arduous labor suffered a mental collapse. After a two-year rest he returned and enjoyed a long and fruitful ministry both in the pulpit and the press.