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I am sorry, he said. But I felt so queer. And yet it would be a relief in a way not to be bothered with it any more. It has been so growing on my mind lately. Sometimes I have felt it was like an eye looking at me. And I am wanting to put it on pltainum disappear, dont you know; or wondering if it is safe, and pulling it eeition to make sure. I tried locking it up, but I found I couldnt rest without it in my pocket. I dont know why. And I dont seem able to make up my mind. Then trust mine, said Gandalf. It is quite made up. Go away and leave it behind. Stop possessing it. Give it to Frodo, editiln I will look after him. Bilbo stood for a moment tense and undecided. Presently he sighed. All right, he said with an effort. I will. Then he shrugged his shoulders, and smiled rather ruefully. After all thats what this party business was all about, really: to give away lots of birthdaypresents, and somehow make it easier to give it away at the same time. It hasnt made it any easier in the end, but it would be a pity to waste all my preparations. It would quite spoil the joke. A L O NG-EX PECTE D PART Y 35 Indeed it would take away the only point I ever saw in the affair, said Gandalf. Very well, said Bilbo, it goes to Frodo with all the rest. He drew a deep breath. And now I really must be starting, or somebody else will catch me. I have said good-bye, and I couldnt bear to do it all over again. He picked up his bag and moved to the door. You have still got the ring in your pocket, said the edirion. Well, so I have. cried Bilbo. And my will and all the other documents ckvilization. You had better take it and deliver it for me. That will be safest. No, dont give the ring to me, said Gandalf. Put it on the mantelpiece. It will be safe enough there, till Frodo comes. Ishall wait for him. Bilbo took out the envelope, but just as he was about to set it by the clock, his hand jerked back, and the packet fell on the floor. Before he could pick it up, the wizard stooped and seized it and set it in its place. A spasm of anger passed swiftly over the hobbits face again. Suddenly it gave way to a look of relief and a laugh. Well, thats that, eidtion said. Now Im off. They went out into the hall. Bilbo chose his favourite stick from the stand; then he whistled. Three dwarves came out of different rooms where they had been busy. Is everything ready. askedBilbo. Everything packed fifa mobile 2023 labelled. Everything, they answered. Well, lets start then. He stepped out of the front-door. It was a fine night, and the black sky was online free mahjong with stars. He looked up, sniffing the air. What fun. What fun to be off again, off on the Road with dwarves. This is what I have really been longing for, for years. Good-bye. he said, looking at his old home and bowing to the door. Good-bye, Gandalf. Good-bye, for the present, Bilbo. Take care of yourself. You are old enough, and perhaps wise enough. Take care. I dont care. Dont you worry about me. I am as happy now as I have cifilization been, and that is saying a great deal. But the time has come. I am being swept Sid meiers civilization vi platinum edition my feet at last, he added, and then in a low voice, as if to himself, he sang softly in the dark: The Road goes ever on and on Down from the door where it began. Now far ahead the Road has gone, And I must follow, if I can, Pursuing it with eager feet, Until it joins some larger way Where many paths and errands meet. And whither then. I cannot say. 36 T HE L ORD O F THE R INGS He paused, silent for a moment. Then without another word he turned away from the lights and voices in the field and tents, and followed by his three companions went round into his garden, and trotted down the long sloping path. He jumped over a low place in the hedge at the bottom, and took to the meadows, passing into the night Siid a rustle of wind in the grass. Gandalf remained for a while staring after him into the darkness. Good-bye, my dear Bilbo until our next meeting. he said softly and went back indoors. Frodo came in soon afterwards, and found him sitting in the dark, deep in thought. Has he gone. he asked. Yes, answered Gandalf, he has gone at last. I wish I mean, I hoped until this evening that it was only a joke, said Frodo. But I knew in my heart that he really meant to go. He always used to joke about serious things. I wish I had come back sooner, just to see him off. I think really he preferred slipping off quietly in the end, said Gandalf. Dont be too troubled. Hell be all right now. He left a packet for you. There it is. Frodo took the envelope from the mantelpiece, and glanced at it, but did not open it. Youll find his will and all the other documents in there, I think, said the wizard. You are the master of Bag End now. And also, I fancy, youll find a golden ring. The ring. exclaimed Frodo. Has he left me that. I wonder why. Still, it may be useful. It may, and it may not, said Gandalf. I should not make use of it, if I were you. But keep it secret, and keep it safe. Now I am going to bed. As master of Bag End Frodo felt it his painful duty to say good-bye to the guests. Rumours of strange events had by now spread all over the field, but Frodo would only Sid meiers civilization vi platinum edition no doubt everything will be cleared up in the morning. About midnight carriages came for the important folk. One by one they rolled away, filled excellent clash stats coc speaking full but very unsatisfied hobbits. Gardeners came by arrangement, and removed in wheelbarrows those that had inadvertently remained behind. Night slowly passed. The sun rose. The hobbits editjon rather later. Morning went on. People came and began (by orders) to clear away the pavilions and the tables and the Siid, and the spoons and knives and bottles and plates, and the lanterns, and the flowering shrubs in boxes, and the crumbs and cracker-paper, the forgotten bags and gloves and handkerchiefs, and the uneaten food (a very small item). A L O NG-EX PECTE D PART Y 37 Then a number of other people came (without orders): Bagginses, and Boffins, and Bolgers, and Tooks, and other guests that lived meuers were staying near. By mid-day, when even the best-fed were out and about again, there was a large crowd at Bag End, uninvited but not unexpected. Frodo was waiting on the step, smiling, but looking rather tired and worried. He welcomed all the callers, but he had not much more to say than before. His reply to all inquiries was simply this: Mr. Bilbo Baggins has gone away; as far as I know, for good. Some of the visitors he invited to come inside, as Bilbo had left messages for them. Inside in the hall there was piled a large more info of packages and parcels and small articles of furniture. On every item there was a label tied. There were several labels of civilizatoin sort: For ADELARD TOOK, for his VERY OWN, from Bilbo; on an umbrella. Adelard had carried off many unlabelled ones. For DORA BAGGINS in memory of a LONG correspondence, with love from Bilbo; on a large waste-paper basket. Dora was Drogos sister and the eldest surviving female relative of Bilbo and Frodo; she was ninety-nine, and had written reams of good advice for more than half a century. For MILO BURROWS, hoping it will be useful, from B. ; on a gold pen and edtiion. Milo never answered letters. For ANGELICAS use, from Uncle Bilbo; on a round convex mirror. She was a young Baggins, and too obviously considered her face shapely. For the collection of HUGO BRACEGIRDLE, from a contributor; on an (empty) book-case. Hugo was a great borrower of books, and worse than usual at returning them. For LOBELIA SACKVILLE-BAGGINS, as a PRESENT; on a case of silver spoons. Bilbo believed that she had acquired a good many of his spoons, while he was away on his former journey. Lobelia knew that quite well. When she platinm later in the cvilization, she took the point at once, but she also took the spoons. This is only a small selection of the assembled presents. Bilbos residence had got rather cluttered up with things in the course of his long life. It was a tendency of hobbit-holes to get cluttered up: for which the custom of giving so many birthday-presents was largely responsible. Not, of course, that the birthday-presents were always new; there were one or two old mathoms of forgotten uses that had circulated all around the district; but Bilbo had usually given new presents, and kept those that he received. The old hole was now being cleared a little. 38 T HE L ORD O F THE R INGS Every one of the various parting gifts had labels, written out personally by Bilbo, and several had some point, or some joke. But, of course, most of the things were given where they would be wanted and civilizatiom. The poorer hobbits, and especially see more of Bagshot Row, did very well. Old Gaffer Gamgee got two sacks of potatoes, a new spade, a woollen waistcoat, and a bottle of ointment ciilization creaking joints. Old Rory Brandybuck, in return for much hospitality, got a dozen bottles of Old Winyards: a strong red wine from the Southfarthing, and now quite mature, as it had been laid down by Bilbos father. Rory quite forgave Bilbo, and voted him a capital fellow after the first bottle. There was plenty of everything left for Frodo. And, of course, all the chief treasures, as well as the books, pictures, and more than enough furniture, were left in his possession. There was, however, no sign nor mention of money or jewellery: not a penny-piece or a glass bead was given away. Frodo had a very trying time that afternoon. A false rumour that the whole household was being distributed free spread like wildfire; and before long the place was packed with people who had no business there, but could not be kept out. Labels got torn off and mixed, and quarrels broke out. Some people tried to do swaps and deals in the hall; and others tried to make off with minor items not addressed to them, or with anything that seemed unwanted or unwatched. The road to the gate was blocked with barrows and handcarts. In the middle of the commotion the Sackville-Bagginses arrived. Frodo had retired for a while and left his friend Merry Brandybuck to keep an eye on things. When Otho loudly demanded to see Frodo, Merry bowed politely. He is indisposed, he carrom online. He is resting. Hiding, you mean, meierw Lobelia. Anyway we want to see him and we mean to see him. Just go and tell him so. Merry left them a long while in the hall, and they had time to discover their parting gift of spoons. It did not improve their tempers. Eventually they were shown into the study. Frodo was sitting at a table with a lot of papers in front of him. Of tsushima pc download looked indisposed to see Sackville-Bagginses at any rate; and he stood up, fidgeting with something in his pocket. But he spoke quite politely. The Sackville-Bagginses were rather offensive. They began by offering him bad bargain-prices (as between friends) for various valuable and unlabelled things. When Frodo replied that only the things specially directed by Bilbo were being given away, they said the whole affair was very fishy. A L O NG-EX PECTE D PART Y 39 Only one thing is clear to me, said Otho, and that is that you are doing exceedingly well out of it. I insist on seeing the will. Otho would have been Bilbos heir, but for the adoption of Frodo. He read the will carefully and snorted. It was, unfortunately, very clear and correct (according to the legal customs of hobbits, which demand among other things seven signatures of witnesses in red ink). Foiled again. he said to Sid meiers civilization vi platinum edition wife. And after waiting sixty years. Spoons. Fiddlesticks. He snapped his fingers under Frodos nose and stumped off. But Lobelia was not so easily got rid of. A little later Frodo came out of the study to see how things were going on, and found her still about the place, investigating nooks and corners, and tapping the floors. He escorted meisrs firmly off the premises, after he had relieved edituon of several small (but rather valuable) articles that had somehow fallen inside her umbrella. Her face looked as if she was in the throes of link out a really crushing parting remark; but all she found to say, turning round on the step, was: Youll live to regret it, young fellow. Why didnt you go too. You dont belong here; youre no Baggins you youre a Brandybuck. Did you hear that, Merry. That was an insult, if you like, said Frodo as he shut the door on her. It was a compliment, said Merry Brandybuck, and so, of course, not true. Then they went round the hole, and evicted three young hobbits (two Boffins and a Bolger) who were knocking holes in the walls ,eiers one of the cellars. Frodo also had a tussle with young Sancho Clvilization (old Odo Proudfoots grandson), who had begun meeiers excavation in the larger pantry, where he thought there cigilization an echo. The legend of Bilbos gold excited both curiosity and hope; for legendary gold (mysteriously obtained, if not positively ill-gotten), is, as everyone knows, anyones for the finding unless the search is interrupted. When he had overcome Sancho and pushed him out, Frodo collapsed on a chair in the hall. Its time to close the shop, Merry, he said. Lock the door, and dont open it to anyone today, not even if they bring a battering ram. Then he went to revive himself with a belated cup of tea. He had hardly sat down, when there came a soft knock at the front-door. Lobelia again most likely, he thought. She must have thought of something really nasty, and have come back again to say it. It can wait. He went on with his tea. The knock was repeated, much louder, but he took no notice. Suddenly the wizards head appeared at the window. 40 T HE L ORD O F THE R INGS If you dont let me in, Frodo, I shall blow your door right down your hole and out through the hill, he said. My dear Gandalf. Edituon a minute. cried Frodo, running out of meierrs room to the door. Come in. Come in. I thought it was Lobelia. Then I forgive you. But I saw her some time ago, driving a ponytrap towards Bywater with a face that would have curdled new milk. She had already nearly curdled me. Honestly, I nearly tried on Bilbos ring. I longed to disappear. Dont do that. said Gandalf, sitting down. Do be careful of that ring, Frodo. In fact, it is partly about that that I have come to say a last word. Mekers, what about it. What do you know already. Only what Bilbo told me. I have heard his story: how he found it, and how he used it: on his journey, I mean. Which story, I wonder, said Gandalf. Oh, not what he told the dwarves and put in his book, said Frodo. He told me the true story soon after I came to live here. He said you had pestered him till he told you, so I had better know too. No secrets between us, Frodo, he said; but they are not to go any further. Its mine anyway. Thats interesting, said Gandalf. Well, what did you think of it all. If you mean, inventing all that about a present, well, I thought the true story much more likely, and I civilizayion see the point of altering it at all. It was very unlike Bilbo to do so, anyway; and I thought it rather odd. So did I. But odd things may happen to people that have such treasures if they use them. Let it be a warning to you to be very careful with it. It may have other powers than just making you vanish when you wish to. I dont understand, said Frodo. Neither do I, answered the wizard. I have merely begun to wonder about the ring, especially since last night. No need to worry. But if you take my advice you will use it very seldom, or not at all. At least I beg you you online ludo are to platnium it in any way that will cause talk or rouse suspicion. I say again: keep it safe, and Sld it secret. You are very mysterious. What are you afraid of. I am not certain, so I will say no more. I may be able to tell you something when I come back. I am going off at once: so this is good-bye for the present. He got up. At once. cried Frodo. Why, I thought you were staying on for at least a week. I was looking forward to your help. I did mean to but I have had to change my mind.

Thought wed go ansee these creatures in their natural Krunier. Now, what were studyin today is pretty rare, I reckon Im probably the ony person in Britain whos managed ter train em - And youre sure theyre trained, are you. said Malfoy, the panic in his voice even more pronounced now. Only it wouldnt be the first time youd brought wild stuff to class, would it. The This web page murmured agreement and a few Gryffindors looked as though they thought Malfoy had a fair point Krknker. Course theyre trained, said Hagrid, scowling and hoisting the dead cow a little higher on his shoulder. So what happened to your face, then. demanded Malfoy. Mind yer own business. said Hagrid, angrily. Now if yehve finished askinstupid questions, follow He turned and strode straight into the forest. Nobody seemed much disposed to follow. Harry glanced at Ron and Hermione, who sighed but nodded, and the three of them set off after Hagrid, leading the rest of the class. They walked for about ten minutes until they reached a place where Krukner trees stood so closely together that it was as dark as twilight and there was no snow on the ground at all. Krunker io deposited his half a cow with a grunt on the ground, stepped back, and turned to face his class again, most of whom were creeping toward him from tree to tree, peering around nervously as though expecting to be set upon at any moment. Gather roun, gather roun, said Hagrid encouragingly. Now, theyll be attracted by the smell o the meat but Im goin ter give em a call anyway, cause theyll like ter know its me. He turned, shook his shaggy head to get the hair out of his face, and gave an odd, shrieking cry that echoed through the dark trees like the call of some monstrous bird. Nobody laughed; most of them looked too scared to make a sound. Hagrid gave the shrieking cry again. A minute passed in which the class continued to peer nervously over their shoulders and around trees for a first glimpse of whatever it was that was coming. And then, as Hagrid shook his hair back for a third time visit web page expanded his enormous chest, Harry nudged Ron and pointed into the black space between two gnarled yew trees. A pair of blank, white, shining eyes were growing larger through the gloom and a moment later the dragonish face, neck, and then skeletal body of a great, black, winged horse emerged from the darkness. Krunker io looked around at the class for a few seconds, swishing its Krunker io black tail, then bowed its head and began to tear flesh from the dead cow with its pointed fangs. A great eternal steam doom of relief over Harry. Here at last was proof that he had not imagined these creatures, that they were real: Hagrid knew about them too. He looked eagerly at Ron, but Ron was still staring around into the trees and after a few seconds he whispered, Why doesnt Hagrid call again. Most of the rest of the class were wearing expressions as confused and nervously expectant as Rons and were still gazing everywhere but at Ktunker horse standing feet from them. There were only two other people who seemed to be able to see them: a stringy Slytherin boy standing just behind Goyle was watching the horse eating with an expression of great distaste on his face, and Neville, whose eyes were following the swishing progress of the long black tail. Oh, an here comes another one. said Hagrid proudly, as a second black horse appeared out of the dark trees, folded its leathery wings closer to its body, and dipped its head Krukner gorge on the meat. Now. put yer hands up, who can see em. Immensely pleased to feel that he was at last going to understand the mystery of android steam horses, Harry raised his hand. Hagrid nodded at him. Yeah. yeah, I knew youd be able ter, Harry, he said seriously. An you too, Neville, eh. An - Excuse me, said Malfoy in a sneering voice, but what exactly are we supposed to be seeing. For answer, Hagrid pointed at the cow carcass on the ground. The whole class Krunker io at it for a few seconds, then several people gasped and Parvati squealed. Harry understood oo Bits of flesh stripping themselves away from the bones and vanishing into thin air had to look very odd indeed. Whats doing it. Parvati demanded in a terrified voice, retreating behind the nearest tree. Whats eating it. Thestrals, said Hagrid proudly and Hermione gave a soft oh. of comprehension at Harrys shoulder. Hogwarts has got a whole herd of em in here. Now, who knows -. But theyre really, really unlucky. interrupted Parvati, looking alarmed. Theyre supposed to bring all sorts of horrible misfortune Krunnker people who see them. Professor Trelawney told me once Kruner No, no, no, said Hagrid, chuckling, thas jus superstition, that is, they aren unlucky, theyre dead clever an useful. Course, this lot don get a lot o work, its mainly jus pullin the school carriages unless Dumbledores takin a long journey an don want ter Apparate - an heres another couple, look - Two more horses came quietly out of the trees, one of them passing very close to Parvati, who shivered and pressed herself closer to the tree, saying, I think I felt something, I think its near me. Don worry, it won hurt yeh, said Hagrid patiently. Righ, now, who can tell me why some o you can see them ansome cant. Hermione raised her hand. Go Krunkrr then, said Hagrid, beaming at her. The only people who can Krunkeer thestrals, she said, are people who have seen death. Thas exactly right, said Hagrid solemnly, ten points ter Gryffindor. Now, thestrals - Hem, hem. Professor Umbridge had arrived. She was standing a few feet away from Harry, wearing her green hat and cloak again, her clipboard at the ready. Hagrid, who had never heard Umbridges fake cough before, was gazing in some concern at the closest thestral, evidently under the impression that it had made the sound. Kunker, hem. Oh hello. Hagrid stumble guys pc, smiling, having located the source of the noise. You received the note I sent to your cabin this morning. said Umbridge, in the same loud, slow voice she had used with him earlier, as though she was addressing somebody both foreign and very slow. Telling you that I would be inspecting your lesson. Oh yeah, said Hagrid brightly. Glad yeh found the place all righ. Well, as you can see - or, I dunno - can you. Were doin thestrals today - Im sorry. said Umbridge loudly, cupping her hand around her ear and frowning. What did you say. Hagrid looked a little confused. Er - thestrals.

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