(Kinz al-Amal fi Sunan al-Qalaam wa al-Akal (Part 6) is a manuscript classified under the sciences of hadith. Its author was Ali al-Muttaki, Ali ibn Abd al-Malik Husam al-Din, who died in the year 975 Hijiri. It was transcribed by Muhammad Yaqoub al-Dahlawi in Medina in the Nastaliq font script in the early fourteenth century Hijiri. The number of papers is 202, the number of lines is 39, and the size is 36.5 x 23.5 cm. The beginning of the manuscript: (Abu Tamr said this, so Al-Jazami said... Musnad Abdullah bin Al-Aswad, on the authority of Muhammad bin Amr, on the authority of his father, on the authority of his grandfather, on the authority of Abdullah bin Al-Aswad, he said: We went out to the Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace, in a delegation of Banu Sudus...) and the end of the manuscript: (.... Conclusion in the Miscellaneous from the Department of Verbs, on the authority of Othman bin Abdul Rahman that his father swore to him that he had heard Omar bin Al-Khattab ... on the authority of Ibn Omar, he said, "It begins with manumission." ) And The sixth and final part of this edition has been missing several lines from the the original copy it was transcribed from, perhaps from the effect of the termite, and the transcribed left white space to complete the deficiency, written in black ink and the heads of chapters, sections and symbols in red ink.