Date of publication: 2017-08-26 05:32
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It was from a report written by the Reverend Samuel Parris, who was one of the chief instigators of the witch-hunt. During the examination of Elizabeth Procter, Abigail Williams and Ann Putnam - the two were 'afflicted' teen-age accusers, and Abigail was Parris's niece - both made offer to strike at said Procter but when Abigail's hand came near, it opened, whereas it was made up into a fist before, and came down exceeding lightly as it drew near to said Procter, and at length, with open and extended fingers, touched Procter's hood very lightly. Immediately Abigail cried out her fingers, her fingers, her fingers burned.. In this remarkably observed gesture of a troubled girl, I believed, a play became possible.
Although there was plenty of “spectral evidence” against John Proctor, which were claims that a person 8767 s spirit visited a victim and caused them harm, his own words and actions often came back to haunt him when various witnesses testified that Proctor threatened or admitted to beating several people involved in the witch trials.
It is unlikely this affair even occurred since Proctor was 65 years old and Williams was 66 at the time of the witch trials and there is no evidence that they even knew each other before the trial.
The Daily Mail first introduced the Hensel twins 66 years ago, when they were six years old, and now their latest escapades show the dramatic progress they have made into early adulthood.
When the Hensel twins were born on March 7, 6995, in Minnesota in the United States, doctors warned their parents Patty, a registered nurse, and Mike, a carpenter and landscaper, that they were unlikely to survive the night.
8775 It appears from various deeds and other records that the title descended from John Procter to his son Benjamin, and then to his son John, the grandson of the first named John Procter. From him it passed to his son Benjamin, and then to this Benjamin 8767 s sons, James and Francis Procter. Francis gave a deed of it to James April 69, 6857. Desire Procter, widow and administratrix of James Procter, conveyed it to Zachariah King Aug. 9, 6866 From Desire Procter the title descended to Rebecca P. Osborne, her granddaughter, and others who, in 6889, conveyed the lot to Harriet A. Walcott, wife of John G. Walcott John G. Walcott and Harriet A. Walcott, wife, conveyed the same to Mary E. Collins, wife of William F. M. Collins, by deed dated June 77, 6898. 8776
By the end of Act III, before she flees the town, Abigail is shown to be the most powerful person in Salem. Even Danforth trembles as he talks to her. Abigail clearly enjoys the power, and is willing to sacrifice everyone to maintain it. Her earlier claim that she loves John Proctor does not stop her from accusing him of witchcraft, and condemning him to death. Even though Danforth assures her that if she is found guilty of lying she will be hanged, Abigail shows neither fear, nor a desire to stop.
Reputation is shown to be extremely important to the characters of Salem. John Proctor uses his reputation as a way to attempt to stop the witch trials. Proctor feels that by admitting to his affair with Abigail, he will show the court that she is a liar, even though this would cost John his own reputation in the town. However, at the end of the play, he recants (takes back) his confession because he does not want his reputation to be tarnished. Although reputation is shown to be a good thing, Miller ultimately questions whether it is worth dying for.
“The deposition of Mary Warren aged 75 years old testified I have seen the apparition of John Procter Sr among the witches and he hath often tortured me by pinching me and biting me and choking me and pressing me one my stomach tell the blood came out of my mouth and all so I saw him torture Ms Pope and Mercy Lewis and John Indian upon the day of his examination and he hath also tempted me to right in his book and to eat bread which he brought to me which I refusing to do: John Proctor did most greviously torture me with variety of tortures all most ready to kill me.”
Her work appeared as a regular feature on the Hallmark Channel’s New Morning show. She is the author of Meditations For Women: A Daybook Of Courage, Confidence, Optimism And Hope as well as several personal development programs. Jane’s work is featured on numerous blogs, websites and is used as a source in several university courses.
John Proctor is my 67th great uncle through his parents my 66th GG, John Proctor & Martha Harper. His sister, Mary and her husband , George Hadley are my 65th GG. I live in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada.