In his Durrat al-yatimah fi ba’d fada'il al-Sayyidat al-Azimah (MS. 3671 in al-Maktabat al-Zahiriyyah, F. 71-77). An eminent scholar of his days.
In his Wasilat al-najat fi manaqib al-sadat, from Muslim, al-Tirmidhi and al-Hakim. 1
In his Sa’adat al-Kawnayn fi bayan fada'il al-Hasanayn, from al-Mashariq, al-Masabih and other works. An eminent scholar. 2
In his al-Haqq al-mubin fi fada'il Ahl Bayt Sayyid al-Mursalin from al-Sawa’iq, al-Shifa', Qurrat al-Aynayn, NazI al-abrar and Sharh al-Maqasid, and from Ahmad, Ibn Jarir, and al-Hakim. 3
In his Tafrih al-ahbab fi manaqib al-Al wa al-Ashab from Muslim and al-Tirmidhi. An eminent scholar. 4
In his Muntaha al-arab, i, 143, under thaql. An eminent philologist and grammarian. 5
In his Mir'at al-mu'minin (MS.). An eminent scholar. 6
In his Dhakhirat al-’uqba fi dhikr fada'il A'immat al-Huda.
In his Mashariq al-anwar fi fawz ahl al-i’tibar, 86, from Ibn Hajar, Ahmad, al-Suyuti, Muslim and al-Nasa'i.
In his Yanabi’ al-mawaddah, 27-41, from many early authorities on tradition, such as Muslim, al-Tirmidhi, aI-Tha’labi, Ahmad, ‘Abd Allah ibn Ahmad, and later scholars such as al-Samhudi, al-Khwarazmi, al-Sayyid ‘Ali al-Hamadani, al-Zarandi and others, from eminent Sahabah.
In his al-Siraj al-wahhaj fi sharh Sahih Muslim ibn al-Hajjaj has expounded Muslim's narrations and cited the narrations of al-Tirmidhi and others.
In his al-QawI al-mustahsan fi fakhr al-Hasan.