Hale arrives at the Proctor house and questions Proctor about his poor church attendance

Hale arrives at the Proctor house and questions Proctor about his poor church attendance

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Hale arrives at the Proctor house and questions Proctor about his poor church attendance. He asks  Proctor to name the Ten Commandments. Proctor names nine successfully, but he forgets the  commandment forbidding adultery. Hale questions Elizabeth as well. Proctor reveals that Abigail  admitted to him that the witchcraft charges were false. Marshal Herrick then arrives and arrests Elizabeth. Earlier that evening, Abigail feels a needle-stab  while eating dinner, and she accuses Elizabeth of attempted murder. The authorities of Salem  search the Proctor house and discover the poppet, along with a needle. Hale questions Mary Warren  and learns that she sewed the poppet and stored the needle inside. Mary Warren also tells him that  Abigail saw her sew the poppet and store the needle. Nevertheless, Elizabeth is arrested. The court convicts Martha Corey and Rebecca Nurse of witchcraft. Giles Corey tells the court he has 
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