It is an ancient law in Harar that every Christian stranger who enters her gates must die.
Can it be possible that you are an Englishman—an Englishman in Harar?
All was wild and desolate, for Harar and its vicinity once left behind, no villages or habitations were found.
The Jirad acted honourably, but he declined to escort Burton to Harar.
They had all gone back to Harar, for none ever remained outside the walls at night, Canaris declared.
In Aden there is a kind of open-air coffee "exchange" (as in Harar) where the camel trains unload their coffee from the interior.
The coffee of Harar is known to the trade as Mocha longberry or Abyssinian longberry.
Only yesterday a caravan of two thousand camels arrived from Harar in the Galla country.
Then, crossing the stream, they rounded a sharp spur of rocks, and the dreaded city of Harar was before them.
Your highly distinguished brother, who met my wife at Suez, has also written me a long and interesting account of Harar.