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Zoological Gardens, Religion
Reports on the appearance of some 'strange' visitors to the Zoological Society Gardens who dress in dark and 'sad' colours. Implies that these are followers of Charles H Spurgeon who have read a report in the Walworth Chronicle suggesting that the preacher is to be seen daily swimming in the pond. Explains that the word 'Sturgeon' has been mis-spelt in the report as 'Spurgeon'.
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