New England's Rebel Preacher
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In the center is John Winthrop, the magistrate who’d most tried to get her put away. He’s trying to make a comeback, but is being mocked by the secretary to his right.
John Endicott, who’d tried to get all women to wear veils, is in the background, wielding a sword, which he’d wear everywhere – using it to chop up flags and pagan symbols, and to wave at crowds.
At their feet, under the table, are beds of coals they used for warmth.
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