Rescues them from Trolls.
The Dwarves get caught whilst trying to rescue their ponies
If Gandalf and the dwarves did not show up to rescue him, Bilbo Baggins had a plan to make his way through the tunnels to locate them. However, he is saved from that undertaking when he hears the dwarves and Gandalf talking.
They were discussing all that had happened in the goblin tunnels, and debating what they were to do now. Gandalf was saying that they could not possibly go on without trying to rescue Bilbo, and the dwarves did not want to.
He kills lots of spiders and then he saves the dwarves the ens
The Goblins and Wargs trap Bilbo, Gandalf, and the Dwarves by besieging the mountain and trapping them.
No, Gandalf never told the dwarves that Bilbo was a spy. He was a good friend of Bilbo's, and they trusted each other.
Yes, the wizard(Gandalf) likes Bilbo very much. It is by the will of Gandalf that Bilbo comes along with the dwarves for the quest. His concern for Bilbo can be seen when all the dwarves come out from goblin's cave but Bilbo remains behind. Gandalf continues to visit Bilbo even after the end of dwarves quest.
Gandalf called the eagles. The eagles are huge, and they bore the dwarves, Bilbo, and Gandalf safely away from the fire on their backs.
Read it. But here's a (really crappy)summary: Bilbo Baggins is visited by Gandalf the Grey. Gandalf brings dwarves to Bilbo's house. Bilbo falls asleep
Gandalf told him about it.
Bilbo uses the ring to become invisible. He taunts the spiders until they chase his voice away from the dwarves. He doubled back and freed them.
Gandalf turns off the lights and his wand lights up and he goes and gets the prisoners and they are free while the goblins try to reach the light
because the dwarves needed a fourteenth person for their journey and gandalf thought bilbo was the right person for the job.
When Bilbo, the dwarves, and Gandalf were trapped up in fir trees with wargs (evil wolves) and goblins beneath them, the eagles (including the Lord of the Eagles) swept down from the mountains and carried the Company to safety in their eyries.
Which time? Bilbo helps out the Dwarves on several occasions, most notably in rescuing them from the spiders in Mirkwood and from the elven dungeons. He was also key in giving Gandalf time to escape which allowed him to rescue them from the goblins.
When Bilbo, Gandalf, and the dwarves were trapped in the tree tops by the goblins and wargs, the great eagles arrived and carried them away to safety.
He threatened to leave the Dwarves. Knowing that Gandalf was powerful and wise, Thorin realised what a dangerous journey it would be if Gandalf was not with them. Gandalf also reminded the Dwarves that they were thirteen, and unless they accepted Bilbo, they would remain that many. Being highly superstitious, the Dwarves shuddered at the thought of setting out for such a perilous journey with a number as evil as 13.
Bilbo meets Gandalf and the Dwarves and hears of their quest. There is conversation over a fine meal and Bilbo almost thinks he wants to go. By the end of the chapter though he is not so sure.
Because in the prelude to lord of the rings "the hobbit" Gandalf assisted Bilbo and thirteen dwarves steal a load of treasure from a dragon. Which the dragon stole from the dwarves a long time ago.
Which book, which part? There could be several answers, you haven't provided enough info. The first thing that comes to mind are the eagles from the Hobbit ... but there's no way to tell without more info.Gandalf came to their rescue in Chapter 4 using "Glamdring the Foehammer."
Gandalf rescues them from the trolls. He does so by throwing his voice and getting them to argue with each other. They got so caught up in their fight that they forgot the time and the sun turned them to stone.
I think Gandalf came to Bilbo to either get a 14 man. (Another reply) Gandalf was helping the dwarves, and he believed that Bilbo could help. However, his help to the dwarves was secondary to his main mission: to get information about Sauron. Sauron is mentioned in the Hobbit, as the Necromancer; in the Lord of the Rings, Gandalf confirms that the "Necromancer" was no other than the old enemy, Sauron.
In Chapter 7, Gandalf, Bilbo, and the dwarves meet Beorn, the shape-shifter. Beorn warns the party that the Wargs and goblins are gathering an army. They travel to the edge of Mirkwood, and part ways with Gandalf.
At the Unexpected Party, when gandalf introduced the 13 dwarves to Bilbo.
Bilbo, Thorin, Smaug, Gandalf, Precious, the dwarves
Bilbo becomes very fierce when he kills the spider who was trying to capture him. This leads him to rescue the dwarves by killing many spiders and leading them away. He becomes the dwarves leader, and they follow.