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Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.manuscripts
Description: An elegy praising the sons of Ali Al-Hasan and Al-Husayn, May Allah bless them.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.manuscripts
Description: A series introducing a number of Sudanese poets and their poetic directions, without critical study or analysis.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.manuscripts
Description: Holy Quran book, Part 29. Dedicated to Abdul Rahman Al Mahdi Pasha
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.manuscripts
Description: King Humaydan: chronicles of his war with Jabal Al-'Arashkol and Dar Hamid, where he defeated them, took over their property. His son King Ghanim eventually succeeded him.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.manuscripts
Description: Document praising the Messenger and an accompanying image.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.manuscripts
Description: The author informs his colleague of a demonstration that was coordinated without their knowledge, and an order issued to the police headquarters to disperse it.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.manuscripts
Description: Manuscript contains the authors compilation of the hadiths narrated from the Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him. These concern the Mahdi, and confirm the Mahdi as the successor to the Messenger of God, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, whom the people were waiting for.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.manuscripts
Description: A manuscript of a poem praising an unnamed Mahdia leader.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.manuscripts
Description: Biography of the Muslim scholar of Sudan 'Abdu al-Aziz al-Dabbagh Muhammad Abdu al-Majid. Born in Sennar in 1301 AH and later settled in the city of Omdurman. He was taught by his father, who was also a scholar, and grew up in the mosque which was replete with scholars. He excelled in Maliki jurisprudence, Al-Khalil’s summary and exegesis, monotheism, theology and Hadith's science.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nilevalleyuniversity.nilevalleyuniversity
Description: Al-Hizb al-Sayfi (The Sword Hizb of prayers) narrated by Tahir ibn Muhammad ibn Tamim al-Thaqafi on the authority of Mawlana 'Ali ibn Abi Talib [May his face be glorified].
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nilevalleyuniversity.nilevalleyuniversity
Description: A complaint from a citizen to al-Imam al-Mahdi stating that another armed citizen attacked the complainant, and al-Mahdi refers the complaint to his 'amil (agent) Ibrahim al-Malih
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nilevalleyuniversity.nilevalleyuniversity
Description: A book on the remembrance of praying upon Prophet Muhammad [PBUH]
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.mahdia
Description: On the movement of disobedience led by the Ashrāf; on the measures that ʿUthmān Diqna should take to make sure that this sedition (fitna) does not reach Eastern Sudan. - This text has been edited in Muḥammad Ibrāhīm Abū Salīm, Muḥarrarāt ʿUthmān Diqna, Khartoum, Markaz Abū Salīm li-l-dirāsāt, 2004. See letter 238 01/05/1308
Collection: nilevalleyuniversity.nilevalleyuniversity
Description: Prayers of the Mawlid [Birthday of Prophet Muhammad {PBUH}] titled 'Al-Nafahaat Al-Layliyyah fi Zikr Khayr Al-Bariyyah' [The Nightly Graces in the Remembrance of the Best Man of the Human Races], written by Shaykh Muhammad al-Majdhub.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.manuscripts
Description: This pamphlet begins with a poem by Abu Tammam in which he eulogizes Muhammad bin Hamid Al-Tusi. كذا فليجل الخطب وليفدحِ الأمرُ فليس لعين لم يفض ماؤها عذرُ Translated as: The debt is so great and heartbreaking, my dears; Never excused is an eye that did not shed tears He also discusses the poetry of another two Arab poets: Al-Mutanabbi and al-Buhturi, enumerating the subject matter of their poems.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.manuscripts
Description: From Sultan Ali Dinar to Saboon discussing sending a group of thirteen of their uncles to serve them.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.manuscripts
Description: Chronicle of King Nayel, son of King Hamad Abu-Dhulou', who fought and defeated the barbarians Al-Hamaj. His son Hamad succeeded him.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nilevalleyuniversity.nilevalleyuniversity
Description: A book penned by Hamad ibn Muhammad ibn al-Madlul al-Ghubshawi
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.manuscripts
Description: King Suleyman bin Ibrahim assumed power in 1296 AH as king and overseer, assisting the government in the war against the Dervishes. He was king until the advent of the Mahdia.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.mahdia
Description: Further details on the state of cultivation in Eastern Sudan. In particular, it deals with the large debt contracted by the Mahdist administration with merchants (more than 5000 riyāl) for the importation of grain. ../06/1307
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.manuscripts
Description: This pamphlet mentions Andalusia, the historical monuments there, the scholars and poets who visited it, its borders, and its cities.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.manuscripts
Description: Chronicles of King Sulayman, son of King Nayil, who assumed power in 1171 AH. His second conflict was with King Hamad, the son of King Subayr, the king of Shaygiyya. King Sulayman also fought Al-Ja'aliyyin. He was succeeded by his son, King Babikir.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.manuscripts
Description: A reply letter from Shakib Arslan to the letter sent to him previously by 'Uthman Muhammad Hashim on 26 Rabi' Awwal 1354 H, in which he tells him that the Sudanese people should work hard in order to reach the achievements of the developed nations.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.manuscripts
Description: The chronicles of King Mansur, son of King Jamu’, who fought and defeated the Shukriyah and Rufa’ah tribes. He was succeeded by his son, King Ibrahim.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.manuscripts
Description: Chronicle of King Suliman, son of King Nayel, who assumed power in 1171 AH. He fought and defeated the Abdallab tribes and seized their spoils.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.manuscripts
Description: In praise of the Messenger.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.manuscripts
Description: A book on tajweed of the Holy Quran and chapters on Al-Isti'aza, basmalah, types of monotheism, etc.
Country location: Sudan
Collection: nationalrecordsoffice.mahdia
Description: This index was published in Wingate’s “Report on the Dervish Rule in the Eastern Sudan” (May 1891) as Appendix III entitled “Index to letters missing from the manuscript book extending from page 140 to page 193 i.e. from 25th July 1888 to 9th January 1889”. This report can be found in Durham (SAD 253/1) and in the NRO (CairInt 3/03/46). The original letter-book can be found in the NRO (Mahdiyya 8/07/60). A microfilm is kept at Durham (SAD 14/14/2/M) c. 02-05/1891
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