They intend to beat him to his senses.
They want to explain their roles in the witchcraft scheme.
They want to persuade the judge that their wives are good women.
They want to explain how Parris is at fault.
Parris says that Proctor is trying to overthrow the court.
Parris says that Proctor is biased because of his position between Abigail and Elizabeth.
Parris says that Proctor is just getting even with him.
B & c
Abigail is not evil; she's just in love with Proctor.
The girls have been lying.
Tituba was responsible for their actions in the woods.
Abigail gave Elizabeth the doll.
He didn't blame her for being jealous of Abigail.
She was trying to convince John to confess.
She said she was pregnant.
He almost believed Mary's story.
The community wanted Parris removed from service as their minister.
Rebecca, Elizabeth and Martha were all good, upstanding, God-loving citizens.
John and Elizabeth should be released.
All of the above
"Truth is always best."
"God helps those who help themselves."
"Do that which is good, and no harm will come to thee."
The twenty-third Psalm
He accuses him of killing his neighbors for their land.
He accuses him of being in service to the devil.
He accuses him of taking advantage of the girls.
He accuses him of being a hypocrite.
He worries about his own safety from the girls' accusations.
He sees that he has been a failure at removing witchcraft from Salem.
He thinks his reputation will be hurt.
He begins to realize that the people who had been accused and sentenced so far could very well have been innocent.