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To a large rock, where they clearly see the Lonely Mountain

Or in the Original book, they are taken to a rock; (Beorn calls this his Carrock), but it is near Beorn's house, which is west of mirkwood

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{| |- | He listened to the guards talking. He had already found the cells of the 12 other dwarves. When they talked of another dwarf being held in the dungeons, he guessed that it had to be Thorin. |}