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again, 184; also refused, 185.
Form an alliance against M. and
his family, 186; which lasts
three years, 187. Interview of
their leaders with Abu Tâleb on
his death-bed about M., 196, 197.
Object to the covenant of
A'qâbah, 231. Again commence
the persecution of the professors
of Islâm, 232. Determine to kill
M., 233, 234. Go out from
Mekkah to fight M., and their
adventures, 287-304. Names of
the Qoraish chiefs who victualled
the troops on the Bedr expedi-
tion, 291; and of those present
in the battle, 300. Disputes
between the chiefs about going
forward or returning to Mekkah,
292-294, 305, 307-309. Their
defeat at Bedr, 313-328. Prepare
to go to Ohod, 367-369. Battle
there and victory, 374-402. Pre-
pare to attack Madinah, 443, 444.
Gain over the Bani Qoryttah,
447, 448. Fight at the ditch
before Madinah, 450-457.
Bani Qoryttah desert them, 461.
Raise the siege and return to
Mekkah, 461, 464. Do not allow
M. to come to Mekkah on
pilgrimage, 492-504. Treaty of
Hodaybiah, 505-509. Surrender
Mekkah to M. on his expedition
against it, 585-602

The

Qossai or Qussai, an ancestor of M.,

19. His distribution of sites to
the Qoraish at Mekkah, 56. The
appointment of his sons to
various offices, 57. His father,
Kallab's injunction to him, 58
Quarrel of M. with his wives
about Maryah the Copt, xxii.,
646-649

Quran, the [Koran], Extracts from,

2, 3, 9, 13. No change in it, 14,
note 30. First chapter revealed,
140-143, notes 145, 146. Con-
stantly mentioned throughout
this work

R.

Races between camels and horses,
531

Rain, Prayer for, 490, 491; then
to stop it, 491

Rajab, a Muhammadan month, 279;
note 247; 690, 796

Rajya', Calamity at, 409-413
Ramadzan, Fast of, made obliga-
tory, 260, 267

Raqyah or Rukyab, daughter of
M., and wife of O'thmân B.
O'ffan, xvi., 344, 748. Details
about her, 780, 781

Rayhânah, a concubine of M., 777
Rebuilding of the Ka'bah, 131-133
Rêda [wrapper or shawl], 132 ; note
133; 491

Refâda, the office of providing the
pilgrims with food, note 64
Rebatsek, E., the translator of
this work, ix., X., xxiii. His pre-
face, 1-15

Revelation of St. John the Divine,
note 202

Revelations, Descent of the, 140-
147. How they descended, 147-
149

Ring of M., 517
Rodwell, Rev. J. M., his transla-
tion of the Korân, 14, notes 48,
135, 146

S.

Sa'ad, or Sa'd, Bin Abu Woqâss, or
Woqqâss, an early convert to
Islâm, xvi., 150. At Omar's con-
version, 180. Sent on various
expeditions, 276-280. Recon-
noitres before Bedr, 298. Fights
at Ohod, 379. Also against the
Bani Qoryttah, 472. With the
expedition against Mekkah, 583
Sabya'h A'ameryah, Story of,
649. Stoned to death at her own
request for adultery, 650. Goes
to paradise, 650.
S'ad Bin Abâdah, the Anssâri, at
Ohod, 379. With the expedition
against Mekkah, 592, 593
Sa'd Bin Moa'adh, his adventure

at the war of the ditch, 465.
His decision about the Bani
Qoryttab, 476. His death, 480
Safar or Ssafar, a Muhammadan
month, 690, 796

Sahal and Sahyl, the two orphans
whose ground M. purchased for
the mosque at Madinab, 251
Saif, son of Zu Zazan, his expe-
dition from Persia to Abyssinia,
39, 40. His victory and entry into
Sanâ, 41. Receives the Qoraish
princes, 42. Tells A'bd-ul-Mut-
talleb about the advent of M., 43-
45. Sattih the soothsayer's pro-
phecy about Saif, 75

Salman, the Persian, Story of,

261-267. Advises the fosse to be
dug at Madinah, 444, note 310.
Works at it, 445, 446
Salytt B. Amru A'amery, the envoy
to Yamâmah, 517, 530
Sa'nâ, City of, 33, 41, 46
Sattib, the soothsayer, Story of,
74-77, 91
Sawyq, 310, note 262.

of —, 356

Ghazwah

Scoffers, The five, story about,
191. All perished in a special
manner, 192, 193

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Shuqrân, the freedman of M., 333,
346, 732, 794

Siddiq or Ssiddiq, cognomen of
Abu Bakr, 79, note 90; 84. An
early convert, 85, 149, note 156.
See Abu Bakr
Siddiqah or Ssiddyqah, name given
to A'aishah, the daughter of
Abu Bakr. See A'aishah
Sikâia, or office of giving drink to
the pilgrims, note 64

Sirât or Sserâtt, The bridge, 14,
719; note 426; 786; note 472
Slander about A'aishah, Story of
the, 435-440

Sofyan Bin Khaled, 409, 410. His
murder, 414

Sohayl Bin Amru, a Qoraish chief,
negotiates with M. the treaty of
Hodaybiah, 503-508. His doings
during the Mekkan expedition,
596

Solmah, mother of A'bd-ul-Mut-
talleb, 26, 55, 248

Sonna, The, 719, note 426
Sowdah or Soadah, second wife of
M., xvii., 205. Goes to Madinah,
252. Details about her and her
family, 766, 767

Spoils, The, 279; note 248; 280.
Division of, after Bedr, 331-333
Sprenger, Dr. A., notes 13, 19, 102,
122, 126, 186, 421

Seadaqat, or voluntary alms, 792,
note 476

Ssafuwân Bin Ommyah, a Qoraish
chief, hears the news of the
defeat at Bedr, 342. His bargain
with O'mayr B. Wohob to kill M.,
349. His rage at the latter's
conversion, 352. His doings
during the expedition against
Mekkah, 596, 607, 608. Lends
armour to M., 619

Ssamssam Ghuffâry, his dream
before Bedr, 287

Marriage

Details

Ssofyah, widow of Kunânah
marries M., xxi., 547.
consummated, 553.
about her, 775
Suleiman [Solomon], his por-
trait, 83

Sunnis, The, notes 194, 426
Surâqah Bin Mâlek pursues M.
and Abu Bakr on their way to
Madinah, the story, 241-243'

Syed Ameer Ali's book on M., Waraqah B. Naufil, the Christian
ix.

T.

Tabari, the historian, ix., 6, 10
Table, The Preserved, 281, note
250

Tabuk, Campaign of, xxii., 650-
656. Wonderful events which
took place during it, 658-664
Tahâmah, Region of, 156, 204
Tahlyl, The, or shout of Allah!

Allah' 697, note 410

Tâif or Ttâyf, M. goes there,
xvii., 201-203. Besieged, xxii.,
628-630, 638

Takbir or Takbyr, The, or shout
of Allahu-Akbar' (Allah the
Greatest), 63; note 79; 66, 182,
362, 591, 649, 697

Talabyah, The, 556; note 355; 693
Tarrawiah, The, 674; note 396;
694

Tawahyd, The, or 'La alaha ill-

allah' (There is no God but
Allah), 697, note 611

Testaments, The Old and New, xii.
Thor, The cave, what happened
there, 237-240

Thûr, The mount, 17, note 35
Toba and Shamûl, Story of, 68-70
Tolhah Bin A'bdullah, an early
convert, xvi., 150

Tolhah Bin Khovilad, a prince of
the Qoraish, goes to S'anâ, 41,
42

Torathah, The [Pentateuch], 63,
64, 448, 478

Traditions about the advent and
mission of M., 135-139. Shiah —,
note 284, 382

Translations of Oriental works,
χχίν.

Transliteration, xxiii.

Tree, covenant or pledge of the,
502, 504, 555; notes 333, 353
U.

U'fira, the maiden, her interpreta-
tion of Murtad's dream, 71-73

W.
Wahab Bin A'bd Munâf, a prince
of the Qoraish, 21, 22, 25, 41,
44

cousin of. Khodaijah, xiii. His
recognition of M. as a prophet,
8. His presence at M.'s be-
trothal and marriage, 129, 130.
Consulted by Khodaijah on the
occasion of the first revelations,
141, 142, 144
War expeditions.

and Seriah

See Ghazwah

Washaq, the soothsayer, 74, 75
Waqidi, the historian, ix. Ex-
tracts from, and quoted, 288, 289,
293, 297-299, 301, 304, 305, 313,
314, 320, 327, 345, 347, 358, 368,
369, 372, 376, 377, 386, 389, 391-
394, 397, 398, 402, 451, 564, 573,
588, 589, 617, 777
Wives of M., 761-777
Wofod [Deputation], 666, note

390. Of the Bani Murrah, 667;
of the Bani A'amer, 667, 668;
of the Bani Asad, 668; of the
Bani Albaka, 669; of the Bani
Najyb, 669, 670; of the Bani
Ghâmad, 675, 676; of Jaryr B.
A'bdullah, 676-678; of the Bani
Hanyfah, 678. From Christians
of Najrân, 666-692

Wofûd [Deputations], plural of
above, 666; note 390; 667, 670,
675

Wohshy or Wahshy, the slave who
kills Hamzah, 395, 396. Ac-
cepts Islâm, 609

Wolf, Story of the, 258
Wolyd B. Alwolyd persuades his
brother Khâled to profess Islâm,
562, 563. Takes him to M., 564.
Wolyd B. Moghairah, a Qoraish
prince, 10, 131. His interview
with M., 165-167. His death,
258

Women condemned to death after
the taking of Mekkah, 604, 613
Works, historical and others, men-
tioned and used by Mirkhond in
this work: The Aa'lâmu-l-
warâ'; 'The Almaghâzy'; 'The
An-nawabbat'; 'The Guzidah ';
'The Kashafu - ] - ghummah';
The Kâmulu-s-sapinah'; 'The
Khulâssatu-s-seyr 'The Ma-
ghrafatu-s-sahêbah'; 'The Mo-
qassadu-l-warâ'; 'The Moa'jum
Tturâni'; The Mostaqadza';

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149, 150. Killed at Mowtah,
567-570

Zamzam or Zemzem, The well, its
filling up, 27-29. Its re-excava-
tion, 29, 30, 49. M. goes there,
698
Zaynab, daughter of Jahash,
marries M., xx. Her story, 772-
774
Zaynab, daughter of Khodhaymah,
marries M., xix., 366; and dies,
421. Details about her and her
family, 771

Zaynab, daughter of M., 346-348.
Dies, 639. Details about her,
777, 780

Zaynab, daughter of the Jew
Hâreth, tries to poison M. at
Khayber, xxi., 547, 548

Zobeir, sixth son of A'bd-ul-Mut-
talleb, 50, 124

Zobeir Bin Al-Awâm, xvi., 57,
150

Zobeir, or Zobeyr, Bin Mâttyâ, his
story, 478, 479

Zoroaster, x.

Zulqarneen, 17, note 36

Zu Yaqar, a prince of the Hemiar,
35

Zu Yazan, a prince of the Hemiar,
39

THE END.

BILING AND SONS, PRINTERS, GUILDFORD.

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