His wife just died.
His daughter just died.
His niece ran away and took all of his money.
His daughter has fallen ill and cannot seem to respond to him.
Mrs. Putnam wanted to learn who had murdered her seven babies. She thought Tituba could speak to the dead and find out.
Mrs. Putnam wanted to know who stole her prize cows.
Mrs. Putnam wanted to know if she was a witch.
Mrs. Putnam wanted to borrow some fresh milk.
He admits that he wants to be with her.
He kisses her passionately.
He says the relationship between him and Abby is over and they will never be together again.
He tells Abigail that his wife is pregnant.
Yes. She fears for her own life.
Yes, and she says they should call Reverend Hale immediately.
She says she is not sure.
She says Betty will wake up in time. She says that Betty's just pretending, and she'll stop when she's ready.
Goody Osburn has delivered three of her babies, and because the babies died, Mrs. Putnam blames her.
She says she "looks like a witch."
She says she saw her conjuring spirits.
She says she saw her reading a book of spells.
She says Abigail just doesn't like her very much.
She says Abigail is mad because she fired her.
She says Abigail is angry because Elizabeth bakes better pies than she does.
She thinks Abigail would like to take her place as John's wife.
Not attending church often enough.
Not giving money to the church.
Not being a part of the church choir.
Not having one of his sons baptized.
Thou shalt not kill.
Honor thy mother and father.
Thou shalt not commit adultry.
Thou shalt not worship false idols.
Witches like to sew.
Abigail claimed that Elizabeth's spirit stabbed her, and she had the needle in her stomach to prove it.
He thought she was sewing voodoo dolls.
He didn't think that Elizabeth was a witch.
How the doll came to be in their home, and who stuck the needle in it. Abigail is lying.
That he had an affair with Abigail.
That he is the one who made the doll.
That Giles Corey made the doll.
He hopes to set Abigail free. He doesn't want her charged.
He wants to be charged instead of his wife.
He hopes to free his wife and save her life. He wants to prove Abigail is lying.
He hopes to free Giles Corey.
He rips it up.
He burns the list without reading it.
He discusses it carefully with Reverend Hale.
He gives it to Cheever and orders that the signers be arrested for questioning.
He hopes that his testimony will discredit Abigail, and show the court what she's really like.
He wants a divorce from his wife so he can marry Abigail.
He would like to be forgiven of his sins.
He wants the judge to take him seriously when he names the names of other witches.
She danced in the woods.
She listened to rock music.
She laughed in church.
She may have committed adultry.
She refused to attend Sunday church.
She denies it until the end. She is hung because of it.
She begs the girls to stop, but she finally blames Proctor and asks Abigail to forgive her.
She tells the court that she is a witch.
She tells Proctor that she will send her spirit after him if he doesn't leave her alone.
He thinks she has jumped off of a cliff.
He thinks she has run away with Proctor.
He thinks she has changed her ways and she's a better person.
He thinks she has robbed him of all his money and boarded a ship.
Because he has just physically murdered someone.
Because he has killed a deer, and he's been cleaning it.
Because he has been helping the wounded.
Because he is aware that he has contributed to the death of many innocent people.
He urges her to try to run away.
He urges her to seek forgiveness from the church.
He urges her to ask for her husband's forgiveness.
He urges her to convince John to lie and confess to something he didn't do, in order to save his life.
He wants to tell them he is not going to confess.
He wants to tell them to hang him right away.
He wants to sign a confession so that he can live.
He wants to blame Abigail some more.
His good name
His fancy house