'At Lambeth police court on Friday, a lady obtained a summons against "The incumbent of a large and influential parish in the metropolis and also a popular preacher for indecent behaviour towards her in a railway carriage.
Apparently, he was a acquitted:
'...the charge was dismissed, in consequence of some levity in the woman's habits, and the clergyman, we believe, stands acquitted in the opinion of the religious society in which he was very highly esteemed.'
 The Preston Guardian etc., Saturday, November 26, 1859
 The Bury and Norwich Post, and Suffolk Herald, Tuesday, September 18, 1860