On her own and with limited options, Galloway’s young widow, Catherine, continues her duties as a cook in the Mills household. From the reliable information available, Catherine Galloway was quote. ‘Afterwards, an inconspicuous person, without any very distinguishing qualities.’ (Ref: N44) As a victim of Matthias, the story of Catherine Galloway is particularly sad, since she, as a servant, had limited choices after the death of her husband from the so-called curse! Amazingly the story of Catherine Galloway becomes interwoven into the very fabric of the Mills, Pierson, and Folger delusions. Her story is a dire warning concerning the dangers of immorality in poverty and servitude.
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