'I'm going to wash,' Harry told Bill, looking down at his hands, still covered in mud and Dobby's blood. 'Then I'll need to see them, straight away.'
He walked into the little kitchen, to the basin beneath a window overlooking the sea. Dawn was breaking over the horizon, shell pink and faintly gold, as he washed, again following the train of though that had come to him in the dark garden…
Dobby would never be able to tell them who had sent him to the cellar, but Harry knew what he had seen. A piercing blue eye had looked out of the mirror fragment, and then help had come.
Help will always be given at Hogwarts to those who ask for it.
= Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows, The Wandmaker, p. 390. =