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“___ into boiling water and bake(?) further shoulder(?). The second to the steam is refreshing and those that were unhurt set their minds calm and clear. The air bottles and some power over the wound for further pain felt the pain and also the scent of frozen cold lessen his thought. The life did not return to his arm. He could not raise or use his hand. He better regret this foolishness and approach himself for weakness of well. We may proceed that on putting on ring he obeyed not his own desire there commanding wish of his enemies. Wondering if he remain main for life. How they have managed to continue their journey he felt to weak to stand. The others were discussing this very question they quickly decided to leave what they ___ ASAP.”

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Nearer at hand a few lights twinkled in the village of Woodhall.
The Elves sat on the grass and spoke together in soft voices; they seemed to take no further notice of the hobbits. Frodo and his companions wrapped themselves in cloaks and blankets, and drowsiness stole over them. The night grew on, and the lights in the valley went out. Pippin fel asleep, pillowed on a green hillock.
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They now marched on again in silence, and passed like shadows and faint lights: for Elves (even more than hobbits) could walk when they wished without sound or footfall. Pippin soon began to feel sleepy, and staggered once or twice; but each time a tall Elf at his side put out his arm and saved him from a fall. Sam walked along at Frodo's side, as if in a dream, with an expression on his face half of fear and half of astonished joy.
The woods on either side became denser; the trees were now younger and thicker; and as the lane went lower, running down into a fold of the hills, there were many deep brakes of hazel on the rising slopes at either hand. At last the Elves turned aside from the path. A green ride lay almost unseen through the thickets on the right; and this they followed as it wound away back up the wooded slopes on to the top of a shoulder of the hills that stood out into the lower land of the river-valley. Suddenly they came out of the shadow of the trees, and before them lay a wide space of grass, grey under the night. On three sides the woods pressed upon it; but eastward the ground fell steeply and the tops of the dark trees, growing at the bottom of the slope, were below their feet. Beyond, the low lands lay dim and flat under the stars.
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