(Al-Mubda’ Sharh al-Muqna’ (Second Edition) (part1) is a manuscript classified within the Hanbali jurisprudence. Its author was Ibn Muflih, Ibrahim bin Muhammad bin Abdullah, who died in the year 884 hijri. It was copied in the ninth hijri century in the Naskh Font. The number of papers is 167 papers, and the number of lines was 27, size 22 x 16 cm This is An antique copy, including the first part of the explanation, the last page of which was lost and replaced with a new one and what was eroded from its first papers was restored by pasting paper tapes, on the title paper, it was erased in the name of Abdul Aziz bin Ahmed, then Ahmed bin Abdullah bin Salim stopped the copy on himself, then on his children as long as they reproduce. dated Ramadan 1253 hijri. The title paper also contained a short translation of the author copied from Thail Al-Sakhawi on the countries of Islam for Al-Dhahabi, and this paper is affixed to the original title paper, perhaps to strengthen it. The folder has cut the edges of the papers and how much knowledge has been lost due to cutting the edges!! In writing, black ink was used for the explanation and red for the text.