In this scene, Mrs. Putnam, Reverend John Hale, and Reverend Parris are discussing how Mrs. Putnman had sent her only daughter to Parris's slave, Tituba, to see who was killed her 7 children shortly after child birth.
I sent my child-she should learn who murdered her sisters.
In this scene, Giles is explaining to Reverend Hale that he cannot pray until his wife closes the book she reads and goes outside. Giles suspects that this has something to do with the Devil.
Last night i tried and tried to pray but could not say my prayers, and then she closed her book and walked out and i could say them again
I saw a Kettle in the grass while y'all were dancing.
In this scene, Betty is still unconscious, but Reverend Hale is trying to wake her up. At the same time, Parris mentions how he saw a Kettle on the ground and suspects witchcraft. Abigail claims it was just soup.
That were only soup!
Can you hear me? I am John Hale, Minister of Beverly. I've come to help you dear. DO you remember my two little girls in Beverly?