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Tevfik muvaffikü'l-hayrât li-neyli'l-berekât fi hizmet menbai's-saâdât,
[mid to late 18th century].

توفيق موفق الخيرات لنيل البركات فى خذمت منبع السعادات, [اواسط الى اواخر القرن 18م]


Main Author: Kara Davutzade Mehmet Efendi d. 1756.
Language(s): Turkish, Ottoman
Published: [1750-1799].
Subjects: Jazūlī, Muḥammad ibn Sulaymān, > Jazūlī, Muḥammad ibn Sulaymān, / d. 1465. > Jazūlī, Muḥammad ibn Sulaymān, / d. 1465. / Dalāʼil al-khayrāt wa-shawāriq al-anwār fī dhikr al-ṣalāh ʻalá al-Nabī al-mukhtār.
Manuscripts, Turkish > Manuscripts, Turkish / Michigan > Manuscripts, Turkish / Michigan / Ann Arbor.
Sufism > Sufism / Prayers and devotions > Sufism / Prayers and devotions / Early works to 1800.
Islam > Islam / Prayers and devotions > Islam / Prayers and devotions / Early works to 1800.
Note: Shelfmark: Ann Arbor, University of Michigan, Special Collections Library, Isl. Ms. 672
Origin: Lacks dated colophon ; paper, etc. suggest 18th century.
Accompanying materials: a. Acquisitions slip from Yahuda -- b. Inventory cataloguing slip in hand of Winifred Smeaton Thomas.
Former shelfmark: From inner front cover and spine label "IL 67" (likely supplied by Yahuda, see acquisitions slip).
Binding: Pasteboards covered in dark brown leather ; Type II binding (with flap, though now lost) ; pastedowns and flyleaves in pink surface-dyed laid paper ; upper and lower covers carry large stamped (with orange recessed onlays) and gold-painted scalloped mandorla (filled with vegetal composition, compare Déroche class. OAi type) and pendants with gold-painted strokes and rosette stamp accents , along with gold-painted border in a series of s-shaped stamps flanked by gold fillets ; sewn in dark blue or black and dark pink thread, two stations ; worked chevron endbands in pink and yellow, some damage ; overall in fair condition with loss of flap, some abrasion and staining, textile (likely linen) repair to spine, etc.
Support: European laid paper ; mainly with 11 laid lines per cm. (horizontal), chain lines spaced 22-25 mm. apart (vertical), and watermarks of grapes (raisin) with crown above (p.68, etc.) and names with date (possibly 1756 [?], see p.69, etc.), medium cream in color, thin and crisp though sturdy, well-burnished to glossy ; another type with 12 laid lines per cm. (horizontal), chain lines spaced 22 mm. apart (vertical), and watermark of scrollwork with lion and "F A" below (see p.624, etc.).
Decoration: Splendid illuminated headpiece (ʻunwān) at opening on p.2 consisting of narrow rectangular piece carrying the basmalah flanked by gilt swirling vegetal pattern surmounted by larger rectangular piece with empty gold cartouche flanked by floral accents (in white, red and gold on fields of red and blue) surmounted by a remarkable w-shaped piece filled with swirling floral vegetal decoration in white, green, red, and black on a gold ground along with inset dome carrying painting depicting the Prophet's mosque at Medina (al-Masjid al-Nabawī) in white, blue, and grey on a pink ground with sky and mountain in background (in shades of blue and grey) ; w-shaped piece flanked by vegetal pieces in blue and orange-red and surmounted by vertical stalks (tīgh) in a dark pink and blue ; entire headpiece set into a series of elaborate well borders consisting of a colored band (blue, light pink, dark yellow, dark pink to red, and green) with a series of crosses in a contrasting color ; written area surrounded by gold frame ; textual dividers in the form of gold and red discs ; keywords and text being commented upon overlined in red.
Script: Naskh ; elegant Ottoman hand ; partially but irregularly seriffed with right-sloping head-serif on occasional lām, effect of tilt to the left, curvilinear descenders.
Layout: Written in 31 lines per page ; frame-ruled.
Collation: 35 V(350), III (356) ; almost exclusively quinions ; fol.119b (p.236) and fol.120a (p.237) left blank (perhaps intended for some never-completed depiction of the tombs of the Prophet, Abū Bakr and ʻUmar) ; foliation in black ink, Hindu-Arabic numerals (mistakenly begins anew on p.239 after lacunae) ; quire numbering in red ink, Hindu-Arabic numerals, appears often on the verso of the final leaf of the quire ; catchwords present ; pagination in pencil, Western numerals, supplied during digitization (mistakenly skips two pages between p.3 and p.4 and drops ten pages followed p.679 with p.670).
Colophon: " تمت الكتاب بعون الله الملك الوهاب استانبولده يكى والده سلطان جامع شريفنده پنچره ديبنده امت محمد وعظ نصيحت ايدن محدث مفسر شيخ اعمى داود زاده محمد افندى مرحومك تاليف ايلدوكى دلائل الخيرات شرحيدر كتابك اسمى بودر كتاب توفيق موفق الخيرات لنيل البركات في خدمت منبع السعادات ديو تسميه اولنمشدر رضاء الله فاتحه"
Explicit: "رب العالمين اويله الله عظيم الشانكه جمله عالم لرك [عالملرك] موجودى ومربيسى ومالك متصرفيدر"
Incipit: "الحمد لله الذي صلى بنفسه على النبي عليه اكمل الصلوة والتسليم ... اما بعد حق سبحانه وتعالى حضرتلرى نوع انسانى جملدن مكرم وعقل فهم ادراكى تفهيم وعلمله جملدن ومفخم قره ودرياده بعيديرلره كتمده كندينى واحمال كتورمكه بنكلر احسانيله معظم وانواع طيبات ومستلذات انعاملريله متنعم قلديغنه سر حكمت كندويى توحيد واصناف عبادت ايله قوللق اولدغنى ... بو كتابه توفيق موفق الخيرات لنيل البركات في خذمت منبع السعادات ديو تسميه اولندى ..."
Title from opening (recto of leaf carrying p.4) and colophon (p.699).
Ms. codex.
Waqf (vakıf) statement on verso of final leaf (p.700) dated 1275 [1858 or 9] in name of Çinizlikli Mehmet Kapudan, reads "صاحب الخيرات والحسنات چنزلكلى محمد قپودانك وقفيدر هر كم مطالعه ايدرسه بو كتابى دعاء خير ايله ياد ايليه بو فقيرى سنه ۲٧٥" ; "وقف" also appears in upper margin of several leaves (see p.44, 45, 183, 218, 367) ; an inscription in Hebrew script appears below the waqf statement on verso of final leaf (p.700) ; marginal corrections (many marked with rubricated signes de renvoi).
Physical Description: 356 leaves : paper ; 315 x 206 (214 x 126) mm.
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