Newspapers and journals: Over religious man


Soloman Gumbleton, aged 66, and charged with disorderly conduct, was bound over by Mr Sharpe at Brentford, Mr Herbert, the Court missionary, stating that prisoner was over-religious. He seemed to want talk religion into everybody the street.

Mr Sharpe—You must not go and interfere with people in the street. They are not much interested in your religion. They have one of their own. They don't want you trying to persuade them about what you believe.

Evening Telegraph (Dundee)
31 Aug 1904

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