20 folios; 15,6×21,6 cm; 20 lines; irregular naskhi. Single words and sentences are overlined in red. European paper with watermark ("PB") on fols. 13 etc. Pasteboard binding, cover pasted with marbled paper. Owner's stamp on fol. 1r: Mustafa Rashid al-Rifa'i. Hand of the 13th /19th century.
 fols. 1v-19r: Adud al-Din al-Iji عضد الدين الإيجي , al-Risala al-wad'iya الرسالة الوضعية , with commentary by Muzaffar al-Din Muhammad Yazdi al-Herewi مظفر الدين محمد يزدي الهروي .
On Iji (died 756/1355) and his semantic treatise on the term wad' وضع → GAL II 208 no. III and S II 288 no. III. The commented text is overlined in red. The author of the commentary is not mentioned in our text. Compare, however, Ms. British Museum (London) 421, no. 12 (mentioned GAL II 208 no. 8); on three more mss. of this unedited commentary → GAL S II 289 no. 8.
The commentator, who is not mentioned in any bio-bibliographical source, seems to have used the commentary by Ali Ibn Muhammad al-Jurjani علي بن محمد الجرجاني (died 816/1413), who begins his commentary with nearly the same words (compare Ms. Princeton 3422 with fols. 2r12f of our Ms.). As a comparison with the mss. Princeton 3422 and Tübingen 63/2 shows, however, our text is much longer and its beginning and end are different:
Beginning (after the Basmala):
نحمدك يا من أفضت علينا ببوالغ الحكم سوابغ النعيم ... وبعد : أيها الحائز لقصبة سبق التدقيق عند سباق فرسان التحقيق الفائز بدرك نهاية ... قال العلامة خاتم المحققين عضد الملة والدين : هذه فائدة تشتمل على مقدمة وتقسيم وخاتمة وجه الترتيب ان المذكور فيها إما أن يكون مقصودا أو يتفرع على المقصود ...
...بل المناط هو الوضع فله تغفل عن جانب الوضع حتى له تخبط خبط عشواء ، هذا آخر ما قصدنا شرحه وإيضاحه ، ولله الحمد والمنة وعلى نبيه محمد المصطفى الصلاة والتحية وعلى آله وأصحابه الذين هم أصحاب الخير والتسليمات الزكية وسلم تسليما كثيرا دائما ، والله أعلم ، تمت وبالله التوفيق ،
In the margin are a few notes and excerpts.
Other mss. on the art of disputation: → text nos. -, -, - and .
105 folios; 14,5×20,5 cm; 21 lines; small Turkish naskhi. Single words and sentences are written in red ink. Somewhat yellowish paper, first folio damaged. Original leather covers and flap (slightly damaged) with centre-ornament made of geometrical lines. The inside of the covers is pasted with marbled paper. Binding repaired. Some notes by a modern hand on fols. 1r and 104r. Copied 1133/1720-1721 by Ali Ibn Ibrahim.
 fols. 2r-103v: al-Birgili (al-Birkawi) البرگلي(البركوي) : Imtihan al-adhkiya' امتحان الأذكياء .
A commentary by al-Birgili (died 981/1573) on al-Baydawi البيضاوي (died perhaps 685/1286 or later), Lubb al-albab fi ilm al-i'rab لب الألباب في علم الإعراب . al-Baydawi's work is an explanation of grammatical terms taken from Ibn al-Hajib ابن الحاجب (died 646/1249), al-Kafiya الكافية (on syntax). On the text and on further mss. → GAL I 305 no. 56; 418 IV b; S I 742 IV b (mentions an old edition published 1303/1885-6 in Istanbul); Daiber, Catalogue, p. 9f.
The commented text is written in red ink or overlined in red. The first page containing a part of the proem is missing. In the margin are some notes.
188 folios; 13,5×20,5 cm; 15 lines; carefully written, small Turkish naskhi. The text is written within a red frame. Folios 11v and 12r have a frame consisting of two gold and two red lines; fol. 11v has in addition a gold vignette. Single sentences are written in red ink or overlined in red. Smooth paper, sometimes brownish. Original leather covers (slightly rubbed) and flap with centre-ornament (with flowers) and vignettes. The inside of the covers is pasted with marbled paper. Owner's stamp on fols. 11r mentioning "Ahmad" and the year 1207/1792-3. The full name of the owner is Ahmad Agha Kukaliyan (Armenian). Copied 1164/1750-1751.
 fols. 11v-187r: al-Birgili (al-Birkawi) البرگلي(البركوي) : Imtihan al-adhkiya' امتحان الأذكياء .
See the description of the preceding Ms.
154 folios; 10,5×17,7 cm; 21 lines; small nasta'liq; folios 54-57 and 151r are written by a different hand. Single sentences or words are overlined in red. Somewhat spotted and in part brownish paper; a few folios are slightly worm-eaten and repaired. Owner's stamp on fols. 153r and 154r (illegible). Modern cardboard binding. Hand of the end 12th/18th century.
 fols. 1v-151r: al-Birgili (al-Birkawi) البرگلي(البركوي) : Izhar al-asrar fi al-nahw إظهار الأسرار في النحو , with commentary by Mustafa Ibn Hamza مصطفى بن حمزة , called Nata'ij al-afkar fi ilm al-arabiya نتائج الأفكار في علم العربية .
Mustafa Ibn Hamza wrote his commentary on Birgili's treatise on the parts of speech and their grammatical function, especially on substantive and verb, during the year 1085/1674. On further mss. and old editions → GAL II 441 no. 206 and S II 656 no. 206. The text was a much-used schoolbook in the 19th century, as can be seen from numerous editions published in Istanbul between 1219/1804 and 1310/1892-3.
In the margin are many notes; on fols. 151v-152r are some students' excerpts.
80 folios; 15,5×21 cm; 19 lines; somewhat stiff naskhi. Smooth and slightly damp-stained paper. Flexible brown leather binding, covers (slightly damaged) with remnants of geometrical lines and two lines which cross each other in the middle. Owner's stamp on fols. 1r mentioning "al-Sayyid Hasan" (the copyist?).
Owners' remarks with the years 1209/1794, 1256/1840 (fols. 1r) and the year 1217/1802 (front cover, inside). Notes in Turkish on the inside of the covers and on fols. 1r and 80r-v. Copied in Ramadan 1204/May 1790 by Hasan Ibn Ahmad.
 fols. 1v-80r: al-Birgili (al-Birkawi) البرگلي(البركوي) : al-Awamil al-jadida العوامل الجديدة , with commentary by Husayn Ibn Ahmad Zaynizade حسين بن أحمد زيني زاده , called Ta'liq al-fawadil تعليق الفواضل .
On al-Birgili (died 981/1573), his grammatical treatise on particles and the commentary by Zaynizade (about 1144/1731) → GAL II 441 no. 21b and S II 657 no. 21b. Birgili called his treatise al-Awamil al-jadida in contrast to Abd al-Qahir al-Jurjani عبد القاهر الجرجاني (died 471/1078 or later), Kitab al-Awamil al-mi'a كتاب العوامل المائة or Mi'at amil مائة عامل (GAL I 287 no. I; S I 503 no.I), the "old" treatise on particles.
The commented text is overlined in black ink. The colophon of our Ms. differs from Ms. Berlin 6789 in that it adds 10 lines:
والمرجو(ا) ;من الإخوان من ذوي العرفان اصلاح ابتغاء... وصل على محمد الذي له الشفاعة الكبرى يوم الحساب وآله الذي اتبعوه في سبيل الصواب.
310 pages (155 folios); 16,5×23,9 cm; 15 lines; nasta'liq within a double-lined frame. In the margin are many notes which are written within a double-lined frame. Cloth binding (slightly damaged) with golden centre-medaillon and flap. The book is a lithographic print, based on a manuscript written by Mustafa Ibn Hamza Adali in the year 1085/1674-5 and published 1288/1871 in Istanbul, in the printing-office called "Sultan Abd al-Aziz Khan". Sultan Abd al-Aziz (reigned 1255-1277/1839-1860-1) had also ordered the production of lithographed copies of a Turkish Koran which belong to the oldest Turkish lithographed Korans.
 fols. 1r-155v: al-Birgili (al-Birkawi) البرگلي(البركوي) : Izhar al-asrar إظهار الأسرار , with commentary by Mustafa Ibn Hamza Adali مصطفى بن حمزة أدلي , called Nata'ij al-afkar نتائج الأفكار .
In the margin and between the lines are glosses from numerous works. The glosses in the margin often present their contents in the shape of diagraMs. The pages 2-9 give an enumeration of the chapter-headings of the glosses, commented text and the commentary.
On al-Birgili (died 981/1573), his treatise on grammar and the numerous commentaries → GAL II 441 no.20 and S II 656 no. 20. The commentary by Mustafa Ibn Hamza Adali was written in 1085/1674; according to the colophon (p. 299) his copy was used as abasis for this rare lithographic edition.
78 folios; 15×20,5 cm; 6 lines; carefully written naskhi. Single words are written in red ink or overlined in red. In a few cases the text of the notes is slightly damp-stained. Brownish or reddish (fol. 32) paper.
Original leather covers with centre-ornament (with flowers), with two additional ornaments above and below it and with double-lined frame. Binding repaired. Owner's stamp (illegible) on fol. 5r. Copied during Sha'ban 1225/September 1810 by Mahdi Ibn Alitsiyan (Armenian).
Besides students' notes and excerpts from religious literature (fols. 4r-6r; 24v-75v) the Ms. contains mainly the following texts:
 fols. 6v-74r: Muhammad Baha' al-Din Ibn al-Husayn محمد بهاء الدين بن الحسين : al-Fawa'id al-Samadiya fi ilm al-arabiya الفوائد الصمدية في علم العربية .
On the author (died 1030/1621) and his treatise on grammar, written for his brother (al-akh al-a'azz الأخ الأعز ) Abd al-Samad عبد الصمد , → GAL II 415 no. 9 and S II 596 no.9. - According to the colophon, the author finished his treatise on 15 Rajab 990/21 July 1582.
In the margin are many notes.
Other mss. on grammar: → text nos. , , ,  and .
273 folios; 27×18,5 cm; 26 lines; in part vocalized naskhi. Single words are written in red ink. Paper is in part worm-eaten; therefore, the text is slightly damaged (on fols. 259ff.) and in addition damp-stained. Black leather covers and flap, each with centre-ornament and frame, in part worm-eaten. Binding repaired. Owner's stamp on fols. 1r, 12r, 23r etc. mentioning Mustafa al-Atiq, Istanbul and the year 1022/1613. Paper and hand of the 9-10th/15-16th century.
 fols. 1v-272v: Abu Nasr Isma'il Ibn Hammad al-Farabi al-Jawhari أبو نصر إسماعيل بن حماد الفارابي الجوهري : Taj al-lugha wa-sihah (sahah) تاج اللغة وصحاح , 3rd (last) part containing the words Fal فال till Ya' ياء .
On the author (died 393/1003 or 398 or 400) and his dictionary → GAS VIII 215-217; Haywood pp. 68ff.
119 folios; 22,1×29,6 cm; 17 lines; clearly written naskhi, in part vocalized. Single words are written in red ink or overlined in red. Brownish paper, repaired and somewhat spotted; folios 8-29 are replaced by a later hand. The cutting of a bookbinder caused some insignificant loss of notes in the margin. Modern leather binding. Copied Shawwal 590/September 1194.
 fols. 1v-119v: Abu Abd Allah al-Husayn Ibn Ali Ibn Ahmad al-Zawzani أبو عبد الله الحسين بن علي بن أحمد الزوزني : Kitab al-Masadir كتاب المصادر .
On the author (died 486/1093) and this dictionary of Arabic infinitives with explanations in Persian → GAL I 288 and S I 505. According to Rypka p. 436 n. 24 the text is edited by Taqi Binish تقي بينش (Mashhad 1340/1970). On Arabic-Persian lexicography → Haywood pp. 107; 114ff.; Rypka p. 432. Our Ms. belongs among the oldest copies.
The text is collated and contains a few notes in the margin or between the lines. An enumeration of the chapter-headings can be found on fol. 1r.
109 folios; 14,5×21 cm; 19 lines; Turkish, somewhat stiff naskhi. Single words are written in red ink. The text is mostly written within a red frame. On fols. 2v, 3r and 11r ornamental flowers are painted with gold, red, green and blue colours, apparently by a modern hand. Smooth, thin paper, sometimes stained with water. Pasteboard binding with ornamental points and frame; damaged leather spine. Hand of the 12th/18th century. This can be confirmed by a note on fol. 43 r, written by Umar al-Darandawi in the year 1206/1791.
 fols. 2v-108r: Ali Ibn Muhammad al-Jurjani علي بن محمد الجرجاني : Kitab al-Ta'rifat كتاب التعريفات .
On this dictionary of technical terms and its author (died 816/1413) → GAL II 216 no. 2 and S II 305 no.2. Besides the editions mentinoned in GAL a new edition was published in 1971 in Tunis; the edition by Gustav Flügel (Leipzig 1845) was reprinted in 1969 in Beirut.
In the margin are many notes taken from different sources: Mustasfa مستصفى ; Tafsir تفسير by Abu al-Layth al-Samarqandi أبو الليث السمرقندي ; Jami' al-asrar جامع الأسرار ; al-Kashshaf الكشاف ; Sharh umda شرح عمدة ; Sharh al-Mufassal شرح المفصل ; Tawdih توضيح ; Hasan Chelebi حسن چلبي ; Sharh Matali' شرح مطالع ; Baghawi بغوي ; Kafi كافي ; Sharh Kanz شرح كنز ; Sharh Manar شرح منار ; Hashiyat al-Kashshaf حاشية الكشاف ; Mu'arrab معرب ; Sharh Dibaja شرح ديباجة ; Tuhfat al-Shafiya تحفة الشافية (fols. 24v, 25v), perhaps by Siddiq Ibn Ma'ruf Rida' al-Din al-Qarisi صديق بن معروف رضاء الدين القارسي who is mentioned in GAL S II 1011 no. 147 among un-identifiable authors; Hashiyat al-Khayyali حاشية الخيالي ; Mutawwal مطول ; al-Mawaqif المواقف [by Adud al-Din al-Iji عضد الدين الإيجي ]; Kashf al-daqa'iq كشف الدقائق (fol. 30r) = perhaps Kashf daqa'iq al-haqa'iq wa-idah al-tara'iq كشف دقائق الحقائق وإيضاح الطرائق by Taqi al-Din al-Salihi تقي الدين الصالحي (GAL S II 128 no. 4a); al-Mawahib المواهب ; Maratib مراتب ; Sharh Misbah شرح مصباح ; Tawali' al-anwar طوالع الأنوار [by Baydawi بيضاوي ]; al-Isam العصام ; Sharh Miftah شرح مفتاح ; al-Munir المنير ; al-Fiqh al-akbar الفقه الأكبر [by Abu Hanifa أبو حنيفة ]; Sadr al-shari'a صدر الشريعة ; Sharh al-Mawaqif شرح المواقف ; Sharh Tariqa شرح طريقة ; Mahmud Hasan محمود حسن ; Multaqa ملتقى [al-abhur الأبحر by al-Halabi الحلبي ]; Qutb al-Din قطب الدين ; al-Tahdhib التهذيب ; al-Rumi الرومي , talwih تلويح .
 On fol. 108v follows a short note with the title Haqa'iq al-ashya' حقائق الأشياء , in the colophon attributed to Qasim al-Qaysari قاسم القيصري.