To ye Constable of Topsfield

You are in theyr Majestyes Names hereby Required to Appre=
=hend & bring before us Elizabeth How ye wife of James. How
of Topsfeild Husbandman on Tuesday next being ye thirty
ffirst day of may about Ten of ye Clock in ye forenoone att ye
house of Levt Nathaniell Ingersolls of Salem Village, Whoe
stands Charged wth Sundry Acts of Witch=craft done or
Comitted on ye Bodyes of Mary Walcott, Abigaill. Williams
& others of Salem Village, to theyr great hurt, in order
to hir Examination, Relateing to ye abovesd premises. &
hereof you are nott to fayle. Datd Salem. May. 28th 1692

John Hathorne
} Assists
p vs Jonathan. Corwin

In obedence to this warant I have <?>d apprendeed {Elizabeth} How the wife
of Jems how and brout on the 29th of may 1692 and haue brought har unto the house
of leftenant nathaniell englosons acording to<oe> to warant as atested by me Ephraim
Willdes constabell for the town of Topsfelld dated may 31th 1692

Eliz: Howe.

Warrant for the apprehension of Elizabeth How, and officer's return, May 28 and 31, 1692, Phillips Library, on deposit from the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Archives, DEP 01, box 8, folder 8