In this scene, Triphena was watching Lyddie make a fire after Willie failed to take orders and do it himself.
In this scene, Triphena was talking to Lyddie about how there were two frogs in the butter she was churning. One of the frogs drowned right away and the other kept kicking. She was referring to the drowning frog as Willie and the frog that kept kicking was Lyddie. (ignore the mattress)
(Charlie meets Lyddie at the tavern)
In this scene, the men were talking about what they would do if they found a runaway slave.
At the end of the chapter, Lyddie has to bring the syrup at the house.