Mary: No, it is you who are at risk. You operate her under my approval, yet they call you necromancer and speak of corpse bothering. Wainwright: I doubt very much anything bothers a corpse. Mary: Do not jest doctor. We hang men for such things in Salem. Wainwright: It seems there's little you don't hang men for. Or women.
Wainwright: Very advanced words for a stern Puritan mistress like yourself. I would have thought you'd consider the body a constant source of pain, temptation to hell. Like your husband. Mary: My husband is entirely correct. Life with him has been both a pain and a constant temptation to hell, but I'm not convinced God intended it so.