John Silver is happy to wait.
Good evening to ye, Barrister Eke!
It be a mighty fine day here, crisp and bright like. I be trusting that things are as pleasant in your lands.
I be thinking also and I be firming in me belief that the bank is not a prudent option.
I be waiting for your advice as to a better way to proceed.
Mrs Silver is on the mend, no thanks to those scurvy mongrels at the Maroondah Hospital. I would advise that you not be calling the old bag a 'dear old lady', as it will give her pretensions above her station. Thank ye for your concern, it be much appreciated.
I be trusting that you have a quiet and peaceful weekend.
Most assuredly yours,