Burckhardt propped a book against the water-jug, and divided his attention between that and his breakfast.
That Dr. Burckhardt wrote in other than good faith is not to be imputed.
The surveillance to which he was subjected hastened Burckhardt's departure, and upon the 7th of September he started for Mecca.
Of these, Burckhardt, a German, was among the most distinguished.
Burckhardt caught the implied reproach, and answered in something of a fluster.
Visited by Burckhardt, and described in 'Travels in Arabia.'
Burckhardt stared at them, briefly at first—then, as the words on one of them caught his attention, with incredulous fascination.
Of traveller authors, he preferred "the accurate Burckhardt."
For Dorchin's steel body merely stepped aside, between Burckhardt and the gun, but leaving the door free.
Burckhardt had an interview with Mohammed Ali on the evening of his arrival in Tayf.