Hall, Charles, Dd
Hall, Charles, D.D.
a Presbyterian minister, was born at Williamsport, Pa., June 23, 1799, and graduated at Hamilton College in 1824 with great distinction. He passed his theological studies at Princeton, was licensed in 1827 and appointed soon after assistant secretary to the Home Missionary Society. In 1852 he went to Europe for his health, visited most of that continent, and returned after a short absence to his accustomed duties. He died Oct. 31, 1853. He edited for several years The Home Missionary; and published A Tract on Plans and Motives for the Extension of Sabbath Schools (1828): — The Daily Verse Expositor (1832) — A Plan for systematic Benevolence; and A Sermon on the World's Conversion. (1841). — Sprague, Annals. 4, 730.