Can somebody share the whole conversation between Bill Weasley and Harry Potter about Goblins. The conversation happens after Dobby the free Elf is killed; HP buries him with his own hands and goes to Griphook to ask for help where the said conversation takes place.
I was able to get part of that conversation -
"We are talking about a different breed of being. Dealings between wizards and goblins have been fraught for centuries ... There has been fault on both sides, I would never claim that wizards have been innocent. However, there is a belief among some goblins, and those at Gringotts are perhaps most prone to it, that wizards cannot be trusted in matters of gold and treasure, that they have no respect for goblin ownership." - Bill Weasley talking to HP about Goblins view of magical things.
Can someone share the rest of this conversation between Harry and Bill?. I do have another sub-question though, from the conversation (as I remember) it does seem that Goblins were in the right from their PoV, are there any other examples in any of the newer writings of J.K. Rowling which dwells on this ownership aspect by Goblins ?