Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth . Giles Corey of the Salem Farms
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I. -- The woods near Salem Village.
II. -- A room at JUSTICE HATHORNE'S. A clock in the corner.
III. -- A room in WALCOT'S House. MARY WALCOT seated in an arm-chair. TITUBA with a mirror.
I. -- GILES COREY's farm. Morning.
II. -- The Green in front of the Meeting-house in Salem village. People coming and going.
III. -- COREY's kitchen. A table with supper. MARTHA knitting.
I. -- GILES COREY'S kitchen. Morning. COREY and MARTHA sitting at the breakfast-table.
II. -- A street in Salem Village.
III. -- A room in COREY's house. MARTHA and two Deacons of the church.
IV. -- Meadows on Ipswich River, COREY and his men mowing; COREY in advance.
I. -- The Green in front of the village Meeting-house. An excited crowd gathering.
II. -- Interior of the Meeting-house. MATHER and the Magistrates seated in front of the pulpit. Before them a raised platform. MARTHA in chains. COREY near her. MARY WALCOT in a chair. A crowd of spectators, among them GLOYD. Confusion and murmurs during the scene.
I. -- Corey's farm as in Act II., Scene I.
II.. -- The prison. GILES COREY at a table on which are some papers.
III-- A street in the Village.
IV. -- A field near the graveyard, GILES COREY lying dead, with a great stone on his breast. The Sheriff at his head, RICHARD GARDNER at his feet. A crowd behind. The bell tolling.