Today, January 18, 1779, at noon, a public rally in the center of town planned by you will take place. At the rally you reveal the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper (Last Supper), you speak against the Book of Common Prayer (the book of services and prayers used in the Anglican Church) and other ordinances of the church. You achieve this offensive mockery of the church through song, plays and other formal speech.

The rowdy crowd surrounding you causes such a commotion around the city that the police come to the site.

At first you deny these charges but after an intense line of questions you willingly admit that you are in fact the leader of this ghastly and impure attack against the established church. You are immediately bound in chains and taken to jail.(19)