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  • The thief had laid his cloak over them; so the merchant took the cloak as well as the bales and delivered them to the camel-driver, who laid them on his camel; after which he locked the magazine and went away with the cameleer.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Then he gave the watchman two dirhams and went away after the camel-driver, leaving the watchman believing him to be the owner of the shop.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Hassan, finding his audience inattentive, or being himself attracted by the dubious appearances on the flank, stinted in his song; and the march became silent, save when a camel-driver called out to his patient charge, or some anxious follower of the Hakim communicated with his next neighbour in a hurried and low whisper.

    The Talisman

  • Said the merchant, “Come with me thither;” so the camel-driver carried him to the landing-place and said to him, “This be the barque and this be her owner.”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • And she ceased not to laugh at him and make sport of him, till they drew near the city of the Caliph, when she threw down a dinar with her own hand and said to Al – Hajjaj, “O camel-driver, I have dropped a dirham; look for it and give it to me.”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • When the watchman came back, he found him seated in the shop, account-books inhand, and reckoning with his fingers; nor did he cease to do thus till point of day, when he said to the man, “Fetch me a camel-driver and his camel, to carry some goods for me.”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • He is admired for having raised himself from being a camel-driver to be a pontiff, a legislator, and a monarch; for having subdued Arabia, which had never before been subjugated; for having given the first shock to the Roman Empire in the East, and to that of the Persians; and I admire him still more for having kept peace in his house among his wives.

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • Indeed, Mahomet himself, setting apart his great courage, was nothing more than a camel-driver.

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • The Shaykh was never a camel-driver in his life, and few, I think, will blame Lady Burton for her kindness to this poor lady, her countrywoman, in a strange land.

    The Romance of Isabel Lady Burton

  • Disguised as a camel-driver, I was traveling in a caravan in the land of Koth, when Ascalante's reavers fell upon us.

    Wings in the Night


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