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Archet was hidden in the trees beyond

However, in the meanwhile for all Mr Butterbur knew his money was gone for good, or for bad And he had other troubles For there was a great commotion as soon as the remaining guests were astir and heard news of the raid on the inn The southern travellers had lost several horses and blamed the innkeeper loudly, until it became known that one of their own number had also disappeared in the night, none other than Bill Fernys squint eyed companion Suspicion fell on him at once

So thats where that southerner is hiding he thought He looks more than half like a goblin

I wonder, said Strider But I cannot imagine any animal running home to him, once it got away I fancy this is only an afterthought of kind Master Fernys: just a way of increasing his profits from the affair The chief danger is that the poor beast is probably at deaths door But there does not seem any choice What does he want for it?

Cant anything be done, Mr Butterbur? asked Frodo Cant we get a couple of ponies in the village, or even one just for the baggage? I dont suppose we could hire them, but we might be able to buy them, he added, doubtfully, wondering if he could afford it

Bill Ferny? said Frodo Isnt there some trick? Wouldnt the beast bolt back to him with all our stuff, or help in tracking us, or something?

Never has such a thing happened in my time What are we coming to?

After their breakfast the hobbits had to re pack, and get together further supplies for the longer journey they were now expecting It was close on ten oclock before they at last got off By that time the whole of Bree was buzzing with excitement Frodos vanishing trick the appearance of the black horsemen the robbing of the stables and not least the news that Strider the Ranger had joined the mysterious hobbits, made such a tale as would last for many uneventful years Most of the inhabitants of Bree and Staddle, and many even from Combe and Archet, were crowded in the road to see the travellers start The other guests in the inn were at the doors or hanging out of the windows

Archet was hidden in the trees beyond

After the Road had run down some way, and had left Bree hill standing tall and brown behind, they came on a narrow track that led off towards the North This is where we leave the open and take to cover, said Strider

I can carry enough for two, said Sam defiantly

Bill Fernys price was twelve silver pennies and that was indeed at least three times the ponys value in those pans It proved to be a bony, underfed, and dispirited animal but it did not look like dying just yet Mr Butterbur paid for it himself, and offered Merry another eighteen pence as some compensation for the lost animals He was an honest man, and well off as things were reckoned in Bree but thirty silver pennies was a sore blow to him, and being cheated by Bill Ferny made it harder to bear

Yes, said Strider reluctantly, you had better do that I am afraid we shall have to try to get one pony at least But so ends all hope of starting early, and slipping away quietly We might as well have blown a horn to announce our departure That was part of their plan, no doubt

Sam turned quickly And you Ferny, he said, put your ugly face out of sight, or it will get hurt With a sudden flick, quick as lightning, an apple left his hand and hit Bill square on the nose He ducked too late, and curses came from behind the hedge Waste of a good apple, said Sam regretfully, and strode on

I can carry enough for two, said Sam defiantly

Mr Butterbur hurried off to see that their ponies were got ready, and to fetch them a bite But very soon he came back in dismay The ponies had vanished not only Merrys ponies, but every other horse and beast in the place

They tramped off, anxious and downhearted, under the eyes of the crowd Not all the faces were friendly, nor all the words that were shouted But Strider seemed to be held in awe by most of the Bree landers, and those that he stared at shut their mouths and drew away He walked in front with Frodo next came Merry and Pippin and last came Sam leading the pony, which was laden with as much of their baggage as they had the heart to give it but already it looked less dejected, as if it approved of the change in its fortunes Sam was chewing an apple thoughtfully He had a pocket full of them: a parting present from Nob and Bob Apples for walking, and a pipe for sitting, he said But I reckon Ill miss them both before long

I can carry enough for two, said Sam defiantly

I doubt it, said the landlord unhappily The two or three riding ponies that there were in Bree were stabled in my yard, and theyre gone As for other animals, horses or ponies for draught or what not, there are very few of them in Bree, and they wont be for sale But Ill do what I can Ill rout out Bob and send him round as soon as may be

There is one crumb of comfort, said Merry, and more than a crumb, I hope: we can have breakfast while we wait and sit down to it Lets get hold of Nob

Archet was hidden in the trees beyond

Sam turned quickly And you Ferny, he said, put your ugly face out of sight, or it will get hurt With a sudden flick, quick as lightning, an apple left his hand and hit Bill square on the nose He ducked too late, and curses came from behind the hedge Waste of a good apple, said Sam regretfully, and strode on

So thats where that southerner is hiding he thought He looks more than half like a goblin

They tramped off, anxious and downhearted, under the eyes of the crowd Not all the faces were friendly, nor all the words that were shouted But Strider seemed to be held in awe by most of the Bree landers, and those that he stared at shut their mouths and drew away He walked in front with Frodo next came Merry and Pippin and last came Sam leading the pony, which was laden with as much of their baggage as they had the heart to give it but already it looked less dejected, as if it approved of the change in its fortunes Sam was chewing an apple thoughtfully He had a pocket full of them: a parting present from Nob and Bob Apples for walking, and a pipe for sitting, he said But I reckon Ill miss them both before long

After their breakfast the hobbits had to re pack, and get together further supplies for the longer journey they were now expecting It was close on ten oclock before they at last got off By that time the whole of Bree was buzzing with excitement Frodos vanishing trick the appearance of the black horsemen the robbing of the stables and not least the news that Strider the Ranger had joined the mysterious hobbits, made such a tale as would last for many uneventful years Most of the inhabitants of Bree and Staddle, and many even from Combe and Archet, were crowded in the road to see the travellers start The other guests in the inn were at the doors or hanging out of the windows

However, in the meanwhile for all Mr Butterbur knew his money was gone for good, or for bad And he had other troubles For there was a great commotion as soon as the remaining guests were astir and heard news of the raid on the inn The southern travellers had lost several horses and blamed the innkeeper loudly, until it became known that one of their own number had also disappeared in the night, none other than Bill Fernys squint eyed companion Suspicion fell on him at once

In the end there was more than three hours delay Bob came back with the report that no horse or pony was to be got for love or money in the neighbourhood except one: Bill Ferny had one that he might possibly sell A poor old half starved creature it is, said Bob but he wont part with it for less than thrice its worth, seeing how youre placed, not if I knows Bill Ferny

After their breakfast the hobbits had to re pack, and get together further supplies for the longer journey they were now expecting It was close on ten oclock before they at last got off By that time the whole of Bree was buzzing with excitement Frodos vanishing trick the appearance of the black horsemen the robbing of the stables and not least the news that Strider the Ranger had joined the mysterious hobbits, made such a tale as would last for many uneventful years Most of the inhabitants of Bree and Staddle, and many even from Combe and Archet, were crowded in the road to see the travellers start The other guests in the inn were at the doors or hanging out of the windows

I wonder, said Strider But I cannot imagine any animal running home to him, once it got away I fancy this is only an afterthought of kind Master Fernys: just a way of increasing his profits from the affair The chief danger is that the poor beast is probably at deaths door But there does not seem any choice What does he want for it?

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