The value in this letter is the addressee. The Rev. Robert Hall (May 2. 1764 – February 21, 1831) was an English Baptist minister. In 1791, he became pastor at St Andrew's Street Baptist Chapel Cambridge. Hall began to suffer from mental derangement in November 1804. He resumed his duties in April 1805, but a recurrence forced him to resign his pastoral office in March 1806. Later, he ministered a small congregation in Leicester. He was a great pulpit orator. In 1791, he wrote Christianity consistent with the Love of Freedom. In 1793, Apology for the Freedom of the Press; as well as On Modern Infidelity (1801), Reflections on War (1802 and Sentiments proper to the present Crisis (1803). Content of the letter is an accounting of funds. Tear where seal was broken.