It sounds like only Warran enters, let me know if that’s incorrect:
Warran, on entering, you are asked to wait for a short while - perhaps a quarter of an hour before Inspector Hawthorn arrives to talk with you. The Inspector is a strangely malevolent looking man, but he looks outwardly reasonably normal. He is neither physically intimidating, nor does he dress in any way but completely respectably, but his movements are silken, and give the air of a panther stalking through a herd of antelope, somehow unseen. He speaks to you bluntly with flat vowels and a misplaced accent.
“You Warran. This way please.”
He takes you to a small room with another man sat inside “He’s a messenger, a noble one” he explains “Noble messengers are protected by law, we can’t ask them to tell us what their message is. Even if that message is from a murder victim. He says the message is for you. Now you’re here, he can give it to you.”
Inspector Hawthorne leans against the wall of the small room, with no intentions of leaving you in private, which would be the usual way of things. The messenger however, possibly sensing that he had about pushed his luck far enough, begins anyway.
“From Lady DuPont, for Warran Forsythe of the Paladin’s House. I have seen the boy that was maimed, and I am scared.” The messenger delivers the message in a full and rich voice, in the Kings Tongue - the accent of the Human language that the upper nobility use, then in a much more natural accent, grounded in the great citys of the Old World he says to Hawthorne “Can I go now?”
Hawthorne nods and he makes to leave, while the Inspector turns to you Warran and says “Well, what the bloody hell does that mean?”