John Silver waits for the bank to contact him:
Good Evening to ye Barrister Eke,
I have most certainly received the three faxes.
There be a signed form and an unsigned form. I am not being one hundred percent clear as to why there be one signed and one not signed but I assume that there be powers that know the reasons for this mystery.
I will await the bank to contact me. I will not be wishing to bungle this, as ye say.
I be thanking ye for the greetings to Mrs Silver; she be warmly wrapped in blankets and pillows and all manner of padding and propping as I speak. It seems to be good for the woman.
Now I must be getting the old dear a mug of cocoa.