- Nuzʹhat al-arvāḥ.
- Mīr Ḥusaynī Haravī, Ḥusayn ibn ʻĀlim, 1272 or 1273-approximately 1317
Free Library of Philadelphia. Rare Book Department. John Frederick Lewis collection of Oriental Manuscripts
- 1500? to 1582
Copy of a treatise on Sufi doctrine with a number of replacements pages written in another hand.
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- Free Library of Philadelphia, Special Collections
- Free Library of Philadelphia
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- University of Pennsylvania Libraries
- 25 long lines.
- Codices (bound manuscripts)
Sufism--Early works to 1800
Sufi literature, Persian--Early works to 1800
Manuscripts, Persian--16th century
Gift of Anne Baker Lewis in 1933.
Formerly owned by Muḥammad Bāqir valad-i Qāz̤i valad-i Shams al-Dīn Muḥammad Shīrāzī and purchased in Aḥmadankar (probably Ahmednagar) in the year 990 A.H (1582) (f. 110v).
Sold by Mīr Muḥammad for eight rupees (undated note f. 110v).
Formerly owned by Henry George Keene (signature on front flyleaf recto with "No. 77" and Sid[ney] Sus[sex] Coll[ege]". The same signature, dated March 1803 along with his stamp also appear (f. 1r).
Formerly owned by John Frederick Lewis (armorial bookplate inside front cover).
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- Lewis O 40
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- OPenn: Manuscripts of the Muslim World
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