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Van Der Brecken
: I think Jim has needs of his friends. Trelawney
: We'll lay it in, by heaven, every last stitch of canvas, Smollett! Van Der Brecken
: No, no, no no. We take my boat. Capt. Smollett
: That's sense. She's as trim a vessel as ever I saw. Trelawney
: Well, I'll swim if I get this faster, what? Hm?
: But sir, Silver has saved our lives over and over again. Jim Hawkins
: Ah, but how many lives has he taken, eh? Answer me that?
] Jim Hawkins
: Enough to hang an Archangel twenty times over!
: [They're following the pirates to the treasure
] Do you think they know what they're doing? Captain Smollet
: Who better to decipher the convolutions of a twisted pirate's mind than another twisted pirate?
: When do we sail? Squire Trelawney
: Better ask Captain Smollett. Five days, he's been selecting a crew. Six men, all he's got to show for it. Dr. Livesey
: Cautious, eh? Squire Trelawney
: Cautious? He pries into every seaman's past like a judge at a quarter session. When I threatened to step in, he told me to hire a sea cook, so, by Jove, I did hire a sea cook, right out of his own tavern! Ha ha! Fellow by the name of Long John Silver. I didn't waste my time poring over his credentials. All the credentials I needed was a taste of his ham and his buttered eggs!
: Trelawney! Trelawney
: No, no, no, no, no, doctor. Enough of your shilley shalley. We sail for Jamaica on first tide.
: Mutiny! By God, I'll see them hang for it! Dr. Livesey
: It's worse than Mutiny, Squire. It's murder. And if they're successful you won't see anything at all because you will be quite dead! Squire Trelawney
: Captain, you were right and I was wrong. I own myself an ass and I await your orders. Captain Smollet
: No more an ass than I, sir. This crew beats me! Dr. Livesey
: It's that Silver, he's a most remarkable man! Captain Smollet
: He'd look remarkably from a yard arm!
Long John Silver
: Silver's the name, Long John Silver they calls me. At your service, sir. Squire Trelawney
: Mr. Silver, Trelawney's my name, Squire Trelawney. And this is our cabin boy: Jim, Jim Hawkins. Long John Silver
: Aye, Matey. Smart as paint I'll warrant. Jim Hawkins
: Smart enough to see you've only one leg, sir. Squire Trelawney
: Jim Boy! Jim Hawkins
: Yes, sir. Long John Silver
: You're pretty smart, Jim. So was that French gunner who touched off the ball that blew that ol' leg o' mine overboard.
Long John Silver
: I say she's a lovely ship, sir. Well chosen. Squire Trelawney
: Thank you. Long John Silver
: She's got an arse on her that would sit well on any rollicking sea. I always say a man who could choose a good horse could choose a good ship, just by looking at its arse. And you, sir, look like a man who knows his way around a horse's arse.
: [Joe has been captured
] Now fellow, let's hear what you have to say. Dr. Livesey
: I fear you'll not get a word out of him, Trelawney. Trelawney
: A stubborn dog you think? But then you're a kindly and merciful sort of man, Livesey. I flatter myself that I on the other hand will succeed in losening his tongue! Dr. Livesey
: That is precisely what you will not be able to do. He does not possess a tongue.