Tartib Masayil Qawaeid Abn Rajab is a manuscript classified within the Hanbali fiqh. Written by Muhammad bin Omar bin Salim, who died in 1308 AH. It was copied in Naskh font in 1345AH. The number of papers was 15 sheets, the number of lines was 27, and the size was 26 × 16.5cm. Beginning of the manuscript: (Praise be to God, Lord of the Worlds, and may God’s peace and blessings be upon our master Muhammad, the Prophets, and his family and companions. After that, when the disclosure of issues was from the book of rules of Sheikh... Ibn Rajab al-Hanbali... At length I worked hard to collect (its issues as possible and rank them on the chapters of jurisprudence...) End of the manuscript: (... Chapter, these issues attached to the rules are counted as twenty-one... In the issue, there are two narrations, the most famous of which is that it is unique, and God Almighty knows best, and praise be to God, Lord of the worlds, and may God’s peace and blessings be upon the Master of the Messengers, Muhammad, and his family and all his companions). It was quoted from a copy written from the author’s handwriting, the last of which is a translation of Imam Ibn Rajab from Tabaqat Ibn Abd al-Hadi, used black ink in writing, section heads and symbols in red.