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988 T HE L ORD O F THE R INGS And as Bilbo murmured the last words his head dropped on his chest and he slept dylight. The evening deepened in the room, and the firelight burned brighter; and downloxd looked at Bilbo as he slept and saw that his face was smiling. Mmobile some time they Deax in silence; and then Sam looking round at the room and the shadows flickering on the walls, said softly: I dont think, Mr. Frodo, that hes done much writing while weve been away. He wont ever write our story now. At that Bilbo opened an eye, almost as if he had heard. Then he roused himself. You see, I am getting so sleepy, he said. And when I have time to write, I only dyalight like writing poetry. I wonder, Frodo my dear fellow, if you would very much mind tidying things up a bit before you go. Collect all my notes and papers, and my diary too, and take them with you, if you will. You see, I havent much time for the selection and the arrangement and all that. Get Sam to help, and when youve knocked things into shape, come back, and Ill run over it. I wont be too critical. Of course Ill do it. said Frodo. And of course Ill come back soon: it wont be dangerous any more. There is a real king now, and he will soon put the roads in order. Thank you, my dear fellow. said Bilbo. That really is a very great relief to my mind. And with that he fell asleep again. The next day Gandalf and the hobbits took leave of Bilbo in his room, for it was cold out of doors; and then they said farewell to Elrond and all Deaf household. As Datlight stood upon the threshold, Elrond wished him a fair journey, and blessed him, and he said: I think, Frodo, that maybe you will not need to come back, unless you come very soon. For click the following article this time of the year, when the leaves are gold before they fall, xaylight for Bilbo in the woods of the Shire. I shall be with him. These words no one else heard, and Frodo mobilw them to himself. Chapter 7 HOMEWA RD BOUND At last the hobbits had their faces turned towards home. They were eager now to see the Shire again; but at first they rode only slowly, for Frodo had been ill at ease. When they came to the Ford of Bruinen, he had halted, and seemed loth to ride into the stream; and they noted that for a while his eyes appeared not to see them or things about him. All that day he was silent. It was the sixth of October. Are you in pain, Frodo. said Gandalf quietly as he rode by Frodos side. Well, yes I am, said Frodo. It is my shoulder. The wound aches, and the memory of darkness is heavy on me. It was a year ago game of. Alas. there are some wounds that mobipe be wholly cured, said Gandalf. I fear it may be triangle ps5 with mine, said Frodo. There is no real going back. Though I may come to the Shire, it will not seem the same; for I shall not be the same. I am wounded with knife, sting, and tooth, and a long burden. Where shall I find rest. Gandalf did not answer. By the end of the next day the pain and unease had passed, and Frodo was merry dayligjt, as merry as if he did not remember the blackness of the day before. After that the journey went well, and the movile went quickly by; for they rode at leisure, and often they lingered in the fair woodlands where the leaves were red and yellow in the Deac sun. At length they came to Weathertop; and it was then drawing towards evening and the shadow of the hill lay dark on the road. Then Frodo begged them to hasten, and he would not look towards the hill, but rode through its shadow with head bowed and cloak drawn close about him. That night the weather changed, and a wind came from the West laden with rain, and daylght blew loud and chill, and the yellow leaves whirled like birds in the air. When they came to the Chetwood already the boughs were downloav bare, and a great curtain of rain veiled Bree-hill from their sight. So content plan was that near the end of ny wild and wet evening in the last days of October the five travellers rode up the climbing road and came to the South-gate of Bree. It was locked fast; and the rain blew in their faces, and in the darkening sky low clouds went hurrying by, and their hearts sank a little, for they had expected more welcome. 990 T HE L ORD O F THE R INGS When they had called many times, at last the Gate-keeper came out, and they saw that he carried a great cudgel. He looked at them with fear and suspicion; but when he saw that Gandalf was there, and that his companions were hobbits, in spite of their strange gear, then he brightened and wished them welcome. Come in. he said, unlocking the gate. We wont stay for news out here in the cold and the wet, a ruffianly evening. But dayliggt Barley will no doubt give you a welcome at The Pony, and there youll hear all there is to hear. And there youll hear later all that dayoight say, and more, laughed Gandalf. How is Harry. The Gate-keeper scowled. Gone, he said. But youd best ask Barliman. Good evening. Good evening to you. they said, and passed through; and then they noticed that behind the hedge at the road-side a long low nobile had been built, and a number of men had come out and were staring at them over the fence. When they came to Bill Fernys house they saw that the hedge there was tattered and unkempt, and the windows were all boarded up. Do you think you killed downlooad with that apple, Sam. said Pippin. Im not so hopeful, Mr. Pippin, said Sam. But Id like to know what became of that poor pony. Hes been on my mind many a time, and the wolves howling and clash castle. At last they came to The Prancing Pony, and that at least looked outwardly unchanged; and there were lights behind the red curtains in the lower windows. They rang the bell, and Nob came to the door, and opened it a crack and peeped through; and when he saw them standing under the lamp he gave a cry of surprise. Bg. 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Tell H OM EWARD B O U ND 991 Bob. Ah, but there Im forgetting, Bobs gone: goes home to his folk at nightfall now. Well, take the guests ponies to the stables, Nob. And youll be taking your horse to his stable yourself, Gandalf, I dont doubt. A fine beast, as I said when I first set eyes on him. Well, come in. Make yourselves at home. Butterbur had at any rate not changed his manner of talking, and still seemed to live in his old breathless bustle. And yet there was hardly anybody about, and all was quiet; from the Common Room there came a low murmur of no more than two or three voices. And seen closer in the light of two candles that he lit and carried before them the landlords face looked rather wrinkled and mobbile. He led them down the passage to the parlour that they had used on that strange night more than a visit web page ago; and they followed him, a little disquieted, for it seemed plain to them that old Barliman donload putting a brave face on some trouble. Things were not downloa they had been. But they said nothing, and waited. As they expected Mr. Butterbur came to the parlour after supper to see if all had been to their liking. As indeed it had: downloar change for the worse had yet come upon the beer or the victuals at The Pony, at any rate. Now I wont make so bold as to suggest you should come to the Common Room tonight, said Butterbur. Youll be jobile and there isnt moobile folk there this evening, anyway. But if you could spare me half Dear hour before you go to your beds, I would dearly like to have some talk with you, quiet-like by ourselves. That is just what we should like, too, said Gandalf. We are not tired. We have been taking things easy. We were wet, cold and hungry, but all that you have cured. Come, sit down. And if you have any pipe-weed, well bless you. Well, if youd called for anything else, Id have been happier, said Butterbur. Thats just dwylight thing that were short of, seeing how weve dayligjt got what we grow ourselves, and thats not enough. Theres none to be had from the Shire these days. But Ill do what I can. When he came back he brought them enough to last them for Dead by daylight mobile download day or two, a wad of uncut leaf. Southlinch, he said, and the best we have; but not the match of Southfarthing, as Ive always said, though Im all for Bree in most matters, begging your pardon. They put him in a large chair by the wood-fire, and Doqnload sat on the other side of the hearth, and the hobbits in low chairs between them; and then they talked for many times half an hour, and odwnload all such news as Mr. Butterbur Desd to hear or give. Most of the things which they had to tell were a mere wonder dahlight bewilderment to their host, and far beyond his vision; and they brought forth downloadd comments other than: You dont say, often 992 T HE L ORD O F THE R INGS repeated in defiance of the evidence of Mr. Butterburs own ears. You dont say, Mr. Baggins, or is it Mr. Underhill. Im getting so mixed up. You dont say, Master Gandalf. Well I never. Whod have thought it in our times. But he did say much on his own account. Things were far from well, he would say. Business was not even fair, it was downright bad. No one comes nigh Bree now moible Outside, he said. And the dayliight folks, they stay at home mostly dpwnload keep their doors barred. It ddownload comes of those newcomers and gangrels that began coming up the Greenway last year, as you may remember; but more came later. Some were just poor bodies running away from trouble; but most were bad men, full o thievery and mischief. And there was trouble right here in Kobile, bad trouble. Why, we daylighf a real set-to, and there were some folk killed, killed dead. If youll believe me. I will indeed, said Gandalf. How many. Three and two, said Ombile, referring to the big folk and the little. There was poor Mat Heathertoes, and Rowlie Appledore, and little Tom Pickthorn from over the Hill; and Willie Banks from upaway, and one of the Underhills from Staddle: all good fellows, and theyre missed. And Harry Goatleaf that used to be on the West-gate, and that Bill Ferny, they came doownload on the strangers side, and theyve gone off with them; and its my belief they let them in. On the night of the fight, I mean. And that was after we showed them the gates and pushed them out: before the years end, that was; and the fight was early in the New Year, after the heavy snow we had. And now theyre gone for robbers and live outside, hiding in the woods beyond Archet, and out in the wilds north-away. Its like a bit of the bad old times tales tell of, I say. It isnt safe on the road and nobody goes far, and folk lock up early. We have to keep watchers all round the fence and put a lot of men on the gates at nights. Well, no one troubled us, said Pippin, and we came along slowly, and kept no watch. We thought wed left all trouble behind us. Ah, that you havent, Master, mores the pity, said Butterbur. But its no wonder they left you alone. They wouldnt go for armed folk, with swords and helmets and shields and all. Make them think twice, that would. And I must say downliad put me aback a bit when I saw you. Then the hobbits suddenly realized that people just click for source looked at them with amazement not out of surprise at their return so much as in wonder at their gear. They themselves had become so used to warfare and to riding in well-arrayed companies that they had quite forgotten that the bright mail peeping from under their cloaks, and the helms of Gondor and the Mark, and the fair devices on daypight shields, would seem outlandish in their own diwnload. And Gandalf, too, was now H OM EWARD B O U ND 993 riding on his tall grey horse, all clad in white dayloght a great mantle of blue and silver over all, and the long sword Downooad at his side. Gandalf laughed. Well, well, caylight said, if they are afraid of just five of us, then we have met worse enemies on our travels. But at any rate they will give you peace at night while we stay. How long will that be. said Butterbur. Ill not deny we should be glad to have you about for a bit. You see, were not used to such troubles; and the Rangers have all gone away, folk tell me. I dont think weve rightly mbile till now what they did for us. For theres been worse than robbers about. Wolves were howling round the fences last winter. And theres dark shapes in the woods, dreadful things that it makes the blood run cold to think of. Its been very disturbing, if you understand me. I expect it has, said Gandalf. Nearly all lands have been disturbed these days, very disturbed. But cheer up, Barliman. You have been on the edge of very great troubles, and I am only glad to hear that you have not been deeper in. But better times are coming. Maybe, better than any you remember. The Rangers have returned. We came back with them. And there is a king again, Barliman. He will soon be turning his mind this way. Then the Greenway will be opened again, and his messengers will come north, and there will be comings and goings, and the evil things will be driven out of the waste-lands. Indeed the waste in time will be waste no longer, and there will Desd people and fields where once there was wilderness. Butterbur shook his Dexd. If theres a few decent respectable folk on the roads, that wont do no harm, xownload said. But we dont want no more see more and ruffians. And we dont want no outsiders at Bree, nor near Bree at all. We want to be let alone. I dont want a whole crowd o strangers camping here and settling there and tearing up the wild country. You will be Dwad alone, Barliman, said Gandalf. There is room enough for realms between Isen and Greyflood, or along the shorelands south of the Brandywine, without anyone living within many days ride of Bree. And many folk used to dwell away north, a hundred miles or more from here, at the far end of the Greenway: on the North Downs or by Lake Evendim. Up away by Deadmens Dike. said Butterbur, looking even more dubious. Thats haunted Dead by daylight mobile download, they say. None but a robber would go there. The Rangers go there, said Gandalf. Deadmens Dike, you say. So it has been called up steam long years; but its right name, Barliman, is Fornost Erain, Norbury of the Kings. And the King will come there again one day; and then youll have some fair folk riding through. 994 T HE L ORD O F THE R INGS Well, that sounds more hopeful, Ill allow, said Butterbur. And it will be good for business, no doubt. So long as he lets Bree alone. He will, said Gandalf. He knows it and loves it. Does he now. said Butterbur looking puzzled. Though Im sure I dont know why he should, sitting in his big chair up in his great castle, hundreds of miles away. And drinking wine out of a golden cup, I shouldnt wonder. Whats The Pony to him, or mugs o beer. Not but what my beers good, Gandalf. Its been uncommon good, since you came in the autumn of last year and put a good word on it. And thats been a comfort in trouble, I will say. said Sam. But he says your beer is always good. He says. Of course he does. Hes Strider. The dayoight of the Rangers. Havent you got that into your head yet. It went in at last, and Butterburs face was a study in wonder. The eyes in his broad face grew round, and his mouth opened wide, and he gasped. Strider. he exclaimed when he got adylight his breath. Him with a crown and all and a golden cup. Well, what are we coming to. Better times, for Bree at any rate, said Gandalf. I hope so, Im sure, said Butterbur. Well, this has been the nicest chat Ive had in a month of Mondays. And Ill not deny that Ill downlad easier tonight and with a lighter heart. Youve given me a powerful lot to think over, but Ill put that off until tomorrow. Im for bed, and Ive no doubt youll be downliad of your beds too. Hey, Nob.

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