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Whips, knives, and clubs, enough for their dirty work: thats all theyve showed so far, said Cotton But I dare say theyve got other gear, if it comes to fighting Some have bows, anyway Theyve shot one or two of our folk

This was too much for Sam It needed a weeks answer, or none He turned away and mounted his pony But as he started off, Rosie ran down the steps

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

Have they got any weapons? asked Merry

Its me So dont try prodding me, Nibs Anyway, Ive a mail shirt on me

I think you look fine, Sam, she said Go on now

Well, whats the next move? said Farmer Cotton

Have they got any weapons? asked Merry

Some of the village folk had lit a large fire, just to enliven things, and also because it was one of the things forbidden by the Chief It burned bright as night came on Others at Merrys orders were setting up barriers across the road at each end of the village When the Shirriffs came up to the lower one they were dumbfounded but as soon as they saw how things were, most of them took off their feathers and joined in the revolt The others slunk away

Good, good Ive been itching for trouble all this year, but folks wouldnt help And Ive had the wife and Rosie to think of These ruffians dont stick at nothing But come on now, lads We must be in it

Sam hurried to the house By the large round door at the top of the steps from the wide yard stood Mrs Cotton and Rosie, and Nibs in front of them grasping a hay fork

Sam hurried to the house By the large round door at the top of the steps from the wide yard stood Mrs Cotton and Rosie, and Nibs in front of them grasping a hay fork

Some of the village folk had lit a large fire, just to enliven things, and also because it was one of the things forbidden by the Chief It burned bright as night came on Others at Merrys orders were setting up barriers across the road at each end of the village When the Shirriffs came up to the lower one they were dumbfounded but as soon as they saw how things were, most of them took off their feathers and joined in the revolt The others slunk away

That I aint said Sam Nor Mr Frodo Hes here and his friends And thats the to do Theyre raising the Shire Were going to clear out these ruffians, and their Chief too Were starting now

No, mores the pity, said Cotton Theres a good few down south in Longbottom and by Sarn Ford, I hear and some more lurking in the Woody End and theyve sheds at Waymeet And then theres the Lockholes, as they call em: the old storage tunnels at Michel Delving that theyve made into prisons for those as stand up to them Still I reckon theres not above three hundred of them in the Shire all told, and maybe less We can master them, if we stick together

What about Mrs Cotton and Rosie? said Sam It isnt safe yet for them to be left all alone

What about Mrs Cotton and Rosie? said Sam It isnt safe yet for them to be left all alone

Not exactly, said Cotton Leastways not the shooting Tooks started that You see our dad Mr Peregrin, hes never had no truck with this Lotho, not from the beginning: said that if anyone was going to play the chief at this time of day, it would be the right Thain of the Shire and no upstart And when Lotho sent his Men they got no change out of him Tooks are lucky, theyve got those deep holes in the Green Hills, the Great Smials and all, and the ruffians cant come at em and they wont let the ruffians come on their land If they do, Tooks hunt em Tooks shot three for prowling and robbing After that the ruffians turned nastier And they keep a pretty close watch on Tookland No one gets in nor out of it now

Good for the Tooks cried Pippin But someone is going to get in again, now I am off to the Smials Anyone coming with me to Tuckborough?

Hobbitons not their only place, is it? said Pippin

Have they got any weapons? asked Merry

What about Mrs Cotton and Rosie? said Sam It isnt safe yet for them to be left all alone

Some of the village folk had lit a large fire, just to enliven things, and also because it was one of the things forbidden by the Chief It burned bright as night came on Others at Merrys orders were setting up barriers across the road at each end of the village When the Shirriffs came up to the lower one they were dumbfounded but as soon as they saw how things were, most of them took off their feathers and joined in the revolt The others slunk away

Well, be off with you said Rosie If youve been looking after Mr Frodo all this while, what dyou want to leave him for, as soon as things look dangerous?

That I aint said Sam Nor Mr Frodo Hes here and his friends And thats the to do Theyre raising the Shire Were going to clear out these ruffians, and their Chief too Were starting now

Sam found Frodo and his friends by the fire talking to old Tom Cotton, while an admiring crowd of Bywater folk stood round and stared

Good, good Ive been itching for trouble all this year, but folks wouldnt help And Ive had the wife and Rosie to think of These ruffians dont stick at nothing But come on now, lads We must be in it

Very good, said Frodo You make the arrangements

When Sam got back he found the whole village roused Already, apart from many younger lads, more than a hundred sturdy hobbits were assembled with axes, and heavy hammers, and long knives, and stout staves: and a few had hunting bows More were still coming in from outlying farms

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