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What is the significance of Mistress Hibbins, a known witch, living in Governor Bellingham's house?
Governor Bellingham is ruled not by God, but Satan and is not to be trusted.
Evil lurks in even the most seemingly benign families.
Those who would teach others to follow the teachings of Christianity are hypocrites.
The presence of Mistress Hibbins gives Governor Bellingham good reason to be concerned about Pearl's upbringing.
Mistress Hibbins is forcing Governor Bellingham to do her bidding and, thus, he cannot be trusted.