Lady the King & Queen. and against the forme of the Statute in that case made & Provided
- Mercy Lewis
- Abigail Williams
- Mary Walcott
- Susanna Sheldon
- Ann Puttnam Senior
- Ann Puttnam Junior
- Elizabeth Hubbard
Another warrant was issued on May 15, 1692: "To The Marshall of the County of Essex or to the Constables in Salem or any other Marshal or Marshalls Constable or Constables within this their Majes Colony or Terretory of the Massachusetts in New England."
This warrant was "To be prosecuted according to the direction of Constable John putnam of Salem Village who goes with the same."
The following endorsement is made on the paper: -
I haue apprehended John Wilard of Salam Veleg acorden to the tener of this warant and brought him before your worsheps Date 18 May 1692
by me. John Putnam Constoble of Salam
The Deposition of Samuel Parris aged about 39 years, & Nathanell Ingersoll aged about fifty & eight yeares & also Thomas Putman aged about fourty yeares all of Salem -
testifyeth & saith that Eliz: Hubbard, Mary Warren & Ann Putman & John Indian were exceedingly tortured at the examination of John Willard of Salem Husbandman, before the honoured Magistrates the 18 May 1692 & also that upon his looking upon Eliz: Hubbard she was knockt down, & also that some of the afflicted & particularly Susannah Sheldon then & there testifyed that they saw a black man whispering him in the ear, & that said Sheldon could not come near to said Willard but was knockt down, and also that Mary