Three works on prayer with interlinear translation and marginal notes in Ottoman Turkish.
1. f. 1v-3r: [Introduction] 2. f. 3v-14v: Shurūṭ al-ṣalāh 3. f. 15v-40v: Kitāb Muqaddimah-yi Abū al-Layth 4. 41v-259r: Munyat al-muṣallī
Title from caption title; main title from title of longest work (f. 41v). Foliation: Modern foliation added in pencil, upper left recto; catchwords every verso, lower left. Layout: Written in 11 long lines; border-ruled. Script: Written in clear naskh in black ink; pointed and vocalized. Decoration: Gold foliate fill between titles (f. 1v); gold headpieces (f. 3v, 41v); textblock border-ruled in double gold; rubrications in red; overlining in red. Binding: Bound in black leather over pasteboard; faint, blind-stamped central foliate motif and frame. Origin: The copy was completed in Dhū al-Qaʻdah 1160 (November 1747) by Aḥmad al-Būlavī (f. 259r) Watermark: Bunch of grapes.
Formerly owned by Brigadier-General H.W. Cobham of Cowley Moor, Tiverton, Devon (bookplate inside front cover). Formerly owned by John Frederick Lewis (bookplate inside front cover). Formerly owned by the Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning.