"A group of bearded men was standing in front of a wooden building...They were mixed with women, some wearing hoods and others bareheaded" (Hawthorne 14).
"The grass plot in front of the jail in Prison Lane was filled with a pretty large number of citizens in Boston" (Hawthorne 17).
"An Indian, in his native dress, was standing there...By the Indian's side, and seeming to be his companion, stood a white man. He was dressed in a strange mix of civilized and savage costume" (Hawthorne 28)
"The doctor's first care was given to the child. her cries, indeed, as she lay squirming on the trundle bed" (Hawthorne 40).