塞勒姆村的公开指控巫术开始于1692年2月29日。第一批指控是针对三名不被认为非常受人尊敬的女性:印度奴隶Tituba,一个无家可归的母亲Sarah Good和Sarah Osborne,他们有一些有点可耻的历史。然后在3月12日,玛莎科里被指控,3月19日,丽贝卡护士发现自己被指控,尽管他们都是教会成员和受人尊敬的社区成员。 3月23日John Hathorne和Jonathan Corwin发布了一份逮捕令,要求逮捕Rebecca Nurse。在逮捕令中有关于袭击Ann Putnam Sr.,Ann Putnam Jr.,Abigail Williams等人的投诉。丽贝卡护士第二天被捕并接受检查。她被Mary Walcott,Mercy Lewis和Elizabeth Hubbard以及Ann Putnam Sr.指控,他们在诉讼期间“大声喊叫”指责护士试图让她“诱惑上帝并染上”。当她把头伸到一边时,那些声称受到折磨的人也会把头转向一边“以这种姿势”。丽贝卡护士随后因巫术被起诉。那个星期天是复活节星期天,在清教徒日历中没有特别的星期天。随着Rebecca护士入狱,以及Tituba,Sarah Osborne,Sarah Good和Martha Corey,Parris牧师宣讲巫术,强调魔鬼不能采取任何无辜者的形式。在讲道期间,丽贝卡的姐姐莎拉·齐洛斯离开了会堂,猛地关上了门。 4月3日,Rebecca的妹妹Sarah Cloyce来到Rebecca的辩护 – 然后被指控,于4月8日被捕。4月21日,他们的另一个姐妹Mary Easty在捍卫自己的清白后被捕。 5月25日,John Hathorne和Jonathan Corwin命令波士顿监狱关押Rebecca Nurse,Martha Corey,Dorcas Good,Sarah Cloyce,John和Elizabeth Parker,因为Ann Annnam Jr.,Abigail Williams,Elizabeth Hubbard犯下了巫术行为。和别的。托马斯·普特南于5月31日签署的一份证词,详细描述了3月18日和19日由丽贝卡护士和玛莎·科里的幽灵对他的妻子安·普特南姆的折磨。另一份证词详述了3月21日的痛苦指控和23,Rebecca Nurse的幽灵造成的。 6月1日,玛丽·沃伦作证说,当她在监狱时,乔治·巴勒斯,丽贝卡护士,伊丽莎白·普罗克特和其他几个人说他们要去帕里斯家吃饭,当她拒绝吃一些面包和酒时他们,“可怕的折磨她” – 丽贝卡护士“出现在罗马”,在接受沉积和折磨玛丽,拯救和阿比盖尔霍布斯,并且菲利普英语出现并用别针伤害玛丽的手。 6月2日上午10点,Oyer法院和Terminer在第一届会议上召开会议。丽贝卡护士,布里奇特主教,伊丽莎白普罗克特,爱丽丝帕克,苏珊娜马丁和莎拉哈特被一名医生和一些妇女在场进行身体检查。前三个人报告了“前肢肌肉萎缩”。九名妇女签署了证明该考试的文件。当天下午4点的第二次检查表明,他们早上看到的一些身体异常情况发生了变化;他们在丽贝卡护士身上证明,在第二次考试中,“排泄物……只是作为一个没有感觉的干燥皮肤”。同样,文件中还有九个女性商标。 6月3日,一个大陪审团起诉丽贝卡护士和约翰威拉德巫术。代表丽贝卡护士向39名邻居提交了一份请愿书,一些邻居和亲属为她作证。纳撒尼尔·英格索尔(Nathaniel Ingersoll)在他的酒馆举行了许多考试,而他的妻子汉娜·英格索尔(Hannah Ingersoll)作证说,本杰明·霍尔顿(Benjamin Holton)在两年前去世之前就已经有过暴力。 Ann Putnam Jr.,Ann Putnam Sr.,Thomas Putnam,Edward Putnam,Elizabeth Hubbard,Abigail Williams,Sarah Bibber,Samuel Parris等。这是阿比盖尔威廉姆斯作证的最后一天;之后她从历史记录中消失了。 6月16日,Cotton Mather写信给Oyer和Terminer法院。他敦促他们不要仅依靠光谱证据。他还建议他们起诉“迅速而有力”。

加拿大戴尔豪西大学护理学Assignment代写:丽贝卡护士

The public accusations of witchcraft in Salem Village began on February 29, 1692. The first accusations were leveled against three women who were not considered very respectable: the Indian slave Tituba, a homeless mother Sarah Good, and Sarah Osborne who had a somewhat scandalous history. Then on March 12, Martha Corey was accused, and on March 19, Rebecca Nurse found herself accused, despite both being church members and respected community members. A warrant was issued on March 23 by John Hathorne and Jonathan Corwin for the arrest of Rebecca Nurse. In the warrant were complaints of attacks on Ann Putnam Sr., Ann Putnam Jr., Abigail Williams and others. Rebecca Nurse was arrested and examined the next day. She was accused by Mary Walcott, Mercy Lewis and Elizabeth Hubbard as well as by Ann Putnam Sr., who “cried out” during the proceedings to accuse Nurse of trying to get her to “tempt God and dye.” When she held her head to one side, those claiming afflictions moved their heads to the side as well “set in that posture.” Rebecca Nurse was then indicted for witchcraft. That Sunday was Easter Sunday, no particular special Sunday in the Puritan calendar. With Rebecca Nurse in prison, as were Tituba, Sarah Osborne, Sarah Good and Martha Corey, Rev. Parris preached on witchcraft, emphasizing that the devil could not take the form of anyone innocent. During the sermon, Sarah Cloyce, Rebecca’s sister, left the meetinghouse and slammed the door. On April 3, Rebecca’s younger sister, Sarah Cloyce, came to Rebecca’s defense — and was then accused, arrested on April 8. On April 21, another of their sisters, Mary Easty, was arrested after defending their innocence. On May 25, John Hathorne and Jonathan Corwin ordered the Boston jail to take custody of Rebecca Nurse, Martha Corey, Dorcas Good, Sarah Cloyce, and John and Elizabeth Parker for acts of witchcraft committed on Ann Putnam Jr., Abigail Williams, Elizabeth Hubbard and others. A deposition written by Thomas Putnam, signed on May 31, details accusations of torment of his wife, Ann Putnam Sr., by the specters of Rebecca Nurse and Martha Corey on March 18 and 19. Another deposition details accusations of afflictions on March 21 and 23 inflicted by Rebecca Nurse’s specter. On June 1, Mary Warren testified that when she was in prison, George Burroughs, Rebecca Nurse, Elizabeth Proctor, and several others said they were going to a feast at the Parris house, and that when she refused to eat some bread and wine with them, they “dreadfully afflicted her” — and that Rebecca Nurse “appeared in the roome” during the taking of the deposition and afflicted Mary, Deliverance and Abigail Hobbs, and that Philip English appeared and injured Mary’s hand with a pin. On June 2, at 10 in the morning, the Court of Oyer and Terminer convened in its first session. Rebecca Nurse, Bridget Bishop, Elizabeth Proctor, Alice Parker, Susannah Martin and Sarah Good were forced to undergo a physical examination of their bodies by a doctor with a number of women present. A “preternathurall Excresence of flesh” was reported on the first three. Nine women signed the document attesting to the exam. A second exam that day at 4 in the afternoon stated that several of the physical abnormalities they saw in the morning had changed; they attested that on Rebecca Nurse, the “Excresence … apprears only as a dry skin without sense” at this second exam. Again, nine women’s marks are on the document. On June 3, a grand jury indicted Rebecca Nurse and John Willard for witchcraft. A petition from 39 neighbors was presented on behalf of Rebecca Nurse, and several neighbors and relatives testified for her. Nathaniel Ingersoll, at whose tavern many of the examinations had been held, and Hannah Ingersoll, his wife, testified that Benjamin Holton had had violent fits before he died of them two years before. Ann Putnam Jr., Ann Putnam Sr., Thomas Putnam, Edward Putnam, Elizabeth Hubbard, Abigail Williams, Sarah Bibber, Samuel Parris and others. This was the last day that Abigail Williams testified; she disappears from the historical record after that. On June 16, Cotton Mather wrote to the Court of Oyer and Terminer. He urged that they not rely on spectral evidence alone. He also recommended that they make the prosecutions “speedy and vigorous.”

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