Charles Spurgeon abandoned their fiancÃ©e on A sunday afternoon. After meal, a carriage took the betrothed couple from Susannahâ€™s home in St. Annâ€™s Terrace to Kennington where Charles would preach. Susannah recounted the big event:
â€¦I well keep in mind wanting to keep near by their part even as we mingled because of the mass of individuals thronging up the staircase. But, because of the full time we'd reached the landing, he previously forgotten my presence; the responsibility for the message he previously to proclaim compared to that audience of immortal souls had been upon him, in which he changed into the little part home in which the officials had been waiting for him, without for a minute realizing that I happened to be kept to struggle as most useful i really could using the rough and eager throng around me. In the beginning, I happened to be utterly bewildered, after which, my apologies to need to confess, I became upset.