Regardless of everything but my own sorrow, I remained in the Ti for several hours, until shouts proceeding
at intervals from the groves beyond the house proclaimed the return of the natives from the beach.
Moy's modesty proving to be quite immovable, Sir Patrick ended it by opening the proceedings.
Moy could say a word in answer, Arnold centred the general attention on himself by suddenly interfering in the proceedings.
With submission, Sir Patrick, to your better judgment," he said, "this young gentleman's proposal seems to be a little out of place at the present stage of the proceedings.
You have yourself described the proceedings as representing an informal inquiry.
A man of Sir Patrick's experience must have known that Arnold's mere assertion of his own innocence could be productive of nothing but useless delay in the proceedings.
I have not the least objection to meet your views--on the understanding that I am permitted to return to the proceedings as interrupted at this point.
The longer Sir Patrick's irregularities delayed the proceedings, the more irresistibly the plain facts of the case would assert themselves--with all the force of contrast--out of the mouths of the witnesses who were in attendance down stairs.
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