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The omitted epilogue was finally published in ''[[Sauron Defeated]]'', and tells the story of [[Samwise Gamgee|Sam]] and his children in the year 16 of the [[Fourth Age]]. At this time, only eight of Sam's thirteen children are born, [[Daisy Gardner|Daisy]] being the youngest.  
 
The omitted epilogue was finally published in ''[[Sauron Defeated]]'', and tells the story of [[Samwise Gamgee|Sam]] and his children in the year 16 of the [[Fourth Age]]. At this time, only eight of Sam's thirteen children are born, [[Daisy Gardner|Daisy]] being the youngest.  
  
One night, Sam gathers his children around the fire to tell them of a letter he received, from King Elessar far away. It was black, the letters were golden, and it was wrapped in silk. In the letter, Elessar greets Samwise and his children, and tells them he will ride to the [[Fornost Erain|North]]. He would meet all those interested on the [[Brandywine Bridge]]. He would not enter [[the Shire]], as he himself banned Men from entering the Hobbits' land.
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One night, Sam gathers his children around the fire to tell them of a letter he received, from King Elessar far away. It was black, the letters were golden, and it was wrapped in silk. In the letter, Elessar greets Samwise and his children, and tells them he will ride to the [[Fornost Erain|North]]. He would meet all those interested on the [[Brandywine Bridge]]. He would not enter [[the Shire]], as he himself banned Men from entering the Hobbits' land.  
  
 
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