# How has Miss Havisham provided for the other Pockets, in her will?

Somewhere in between chapters 51 through the end.

Well, old chap,' said Joe, it do appear that she had settled the most of it, which I meantersay tied it up, on Miss Estella. But she had wrote out a little coddleshell in her own hand a day or two afore the accident, leaving a cool four thousand to Mr Matthew Pocket. And why, do you suppose, above all things, Pip, she left that cool four thousand unto him? --Because of Pip's account of him the said Matthew.'' I am told by Biddy, that air the writing ' said Joe, repeating the legal turn as if it did him infinite good, `account of him the said Matthew.'' And a cool four thousand, Pip!'