Overview of sources from the Leiden List:
Súriy-i-Ra'ís, Súrat-ar-Rais (Lawh-i-(Lawh-i-Ra'ís II) (Tablet to Ottoman first minister Mehmet Emin `Alí Páshá), Edirne (summer of 1868, en route to Gallipoli) MaM 87-102; (Leiden Ms Or 4970 item 3?). One of the three tablets is in Rosen2 224-231. Arabic. Sections of this Tablet were translated in _Bahá'í Scriptures_ 225, sentences in PDC 60, 72-3; GPB 177-8 (twice); WOB 94-5; 164. French trans. in Beha-Ulláh, "Les Preceptes du Behaisme" trans. by Hippolyte Dreyfus & Mírzá Habíb-Ulláh Chirazi, Paris, Editions Ernest Leroux, 1906, 1-21. It is described GPB 170-172; TahRB2 411; and the piece by Mírzá Jawad in Browne, Materials 29-30. Addressee is 'Alí Páshá, but revealed for Dhabih (known as Anis).
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