I think that enough has been said on the subject
of invention. For I have dealt not merely with the
methods by which we may instruct the judge, but
also with the means of appealing to his emotions.
But just as it is not sufficient for those who are
erecting a building merely to collect stone and timber
and other building materials, but skilled masons are
required to arrange and place them, so in speaking,
however abundant the matter may be, it will merely
form a confused heap unless arrangement be employed to reduce it to order and to give it connexion
and firmness of structure.