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Act 4 - to entry of Hale Summary Danforth and Hathorne enter, wearing greatcoats and hats, followed by Cheever. Danforth asks when Hale had arrived back in the town, and tells Herrick to fetch Parris. Hathorne warns Danforth against Hale, and also against letting Parris be with the prisoners. Cheever suggests that Parris is upset because of the contention about whom the wandering cows belong to, with all the owners in jail. When Parris enters, he first reveals that Hale was attempting to make Rebecca, Martha and others confess; then he reveals that he had sent for Danforth to report that Abigail, with Mercy Lewis, had vanished after stealing all his money.
His hurrying back to shut the door of the cell shows not only his suspicious nature, but also his fear of anyone 43 overhearing him. ), is not so that anyone's soul would be saved, but so that all the others would then be damned. Then the reason for his summoning Danforth so early on the morning of the executions, and for his distraction, weeping, and fear, come out. Three nights before, Abigail and Mercy Lewis, after both telling a lie to allay suspicion, had fled, possibly on a ship. And before Abigail left, she had robbed him of thirty-one pounds.
Francis is horrified because he had told them all that no harm would come to them if they signed. Mary sobs and Proctor tells her no harm will come to her if she does good. Proctor also gives Danforth Giles' deposition (against Putnam) and Danforth tells Parris to fetch Putnam. Commentary Mary Warren, was, perhaps, the one person who could have shown that the court was 'deceived', but in such an intense atmosphere of suspicion, hatred and vindictiveness, she is too frightened and intimidated to speak out.