I come to see what mischief your uncle's brewin' now. Put it out of mind, Abby.
You come five mile to see a silly girl fly? I know you better.
"The marshal, I'll call the marshal!"
I saw Goody Sibber with the Devil! I saw Goody Hawkins with the Devil! I saw Goody Booth with the Devil!
I saw Alice Burrow with the Devil! I saw Goody Bibber with the Devil!
"Then let you not earn it."
John, you are not open with me. You saw her with a crowd, you said. Now you--
I'll plead my honesty no more, Elizabeth
When John says "put it out of mind Abby" he is talking about the fact that he committed adultery with Abby and wants it to be forgotten about and moved on from, but Abby is in love with him and believes he's in love with her too. this is what causes her to drink the charm to try to kill Goody Proctor.
This is the scene where Abigail and Betty start the whole witch trials by accusing all these women of witchcraft.
This gives you just a little bit of insight on how bad the trust and chemistry of their relationship is now that she knows about Abby and John.