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When old Mr. Gilfil died, thirty years ago, there was general sorrow in Shepperton; and if black cloth had not been hung round the pulpit and reading-desk, by order of his nephew and principal legatee, the parishioners would certainly have subscribed the necessary sum out of their own pockets, rather than allow such a tribute of respect to be wanting. All the farmers wives brought out their black bombasines; and Mrs. Jennings, at the Wharf, by appearing the first Sunday after Mr. Gilfils death in her salmon-coloured ribbons and green shawl, excited the severest remark. To be sure, Mrs. Jennings was a new-comer, and town-bred, so that she could hardly be expected to have very clear notions of what was proper; but, as Mrs. Higgins observed in an undertone to Mrs. Parrot when they were coming out of church, Her husband, whod been born i the parish, might ha told her better. An unreadiness to put on black on all available occasions, or too great an alacrity in putting it off, argued, in Mrs. Higginss opinion, a dangerous levity of character, and an unnatural insensibility to the essential fitness of things.

Take your husband into your confidence.

But Gandalf said: This is much to demand for the delivery of one servant: that your Master should receive in exchange what he must else fight many a war to gain Or has the field of Gondor destroyed his hope in war, so that he falls to haggling? And if indeed we rated this prisoner so high, what surety have we that Sauron the Base Master of Treachery, will keep his part? Where is this prisoner? Let him be brought forth and yielded to us, and then we will consider these demands

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He was a white-bearded and affable elder, used to entertaining strangers. He dragged out a string bedstead for the lama, set warm cooked food before him, prepared him a pipe, and, the evening ceremonies being finished in the village temple, sent for the village priest.

But Gandalf said: This is much to demand for the delivery of one servant: that your Master should receive in exchange what he must else fight many a war to gain Or has the field of Gondor destroyed his hope in war, so that he falls to haggling? And if indeed we rated this prisoner so high, what surety have we that Sauron the Base Master of Treachery, will keep his part? Where is this prisoner? Let him be brought forth and yielded to us, and then we will consider these demands

'Tell me of all things, now I pray,

I will make up your mind, said Goriot, coming down from the clouds. Now, my dear Eugene, the next thing is to borrow money of the Jews, isn,

He was a white-bearded and affable elder, used to entertaining strangers. He dragged out a string bedstead for the lama, set warm cooked food before him, prepared him a pipe, and, the evening ceremonies being finished in the village temple, sent for the village priest.

Gaston felt even further than at first from this extraordinary woman. Was the charm of that delightful hour due after all to the coquetry of the mistress of the house? She had been anxious to display her wit. He bowed stiffly to the Vicomtesse, and went away in desperation.

Only two hours, Watson. I promise you will go at six. Are you content to wait?

I remember--

Still that must be expected, said Gandalf to himself He is not half through yet, and to what he will come in the end not even Elrond can foretell Not to evil, I think He may become like a glass filled with a clear light for eyes to see that can

He turned once more to the door but Anson jumped up and caught him by the arm. Bill, he gasped. I don't know why Hinter built that fence, cross my heart, I don't. But I'll tell you all I know about the men who're runnin' the rig. I been workin' fer the tool-dresser after school, fer a quarter a night. I've heard quite a lot o' talk among them fellers. Blamed if I could make head er tail of most of it but they mentioned a feller by the name of Jacobs an' they seem plumb scared to death of him. Funny, too, 'cause he's never been 'round there a'tall. Nobody ever comes there but Hinter.

I wonder what keeps Elinor? She's awfully late, complained Judith, shifting on one foot. Let's go in and have lunch without her.

I remember--

Only two hours, Watson. I promise you will go at six. Are you content to wait?

I remember--

Only two hours, Watson. I promise you will go at six. Are you content to wait?

He jumped down from his pony and went up the steps They stared at him in silence Good evening, Mrs Cotton

No, sir, one theatre party came in late. No one else.

I remember--

Yes. But not any more. Not since the early sixties. But if we ate meat on Fridayssbefore the early sixties, woe be unto us.

Footsteps went away down the Hill Frodo wondered vaguely why the fact that they did not come on up the Hill seemed a great relief I am sick of questions and curiosity about my doings, I suppose, he thought What an inquisitive lot they all are He had half a mind to go and ask the Gaffer who the inquirer was but he thought better or worse of it, and turned and walked quickly back to Bag End

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So the King of the Mark came back victorious out of the West to Dunharrow beneath the feet of the White Mountains There he found the remaining strength of his people already assembled for as soon as his coming was known captains rode to meet him at the ford, bearing messages from Gandalf Dúnhere, chieftain of the folk of Harrowdale, was at their head

Except when you do.

He jumped down from his pony and went up the steps They stared at him in silence Good evening, Mrs Cotton

So the King of the Mark came back victorious out of the West to Dunharrow beneath the feet of the White Mountains There he found the remaining strength of his people already assembled for as soon as his coming was known captains rode to meet him at the ford, bearing messages from Gandalf Dúnhere, chieftain of the folk of Harrowdale, was at their head

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