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[111] I am therefore all the more surprised at those who hold that there should be no appeal to the emotions in the statement of facts. If they were to say “Such appeals should be brief and not on the scale on which they are employed in tile peroration,” I should agree with them; for it is important that the statement should be expeditious. But why, while I am instructing the judge, should I refuse to move him as well?

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