In volume 2 | book 3, The Decline of Islamic Literature | Section 3, From the Napoleonic Expedition to Egypt in 1798 until the Present Day
1. ʿUthmān Danfodiu (b. Fūdyū) b. Muḥammad b. ʿUthmān al-Turūdī, a member of the Fūl tribe and founder of the kingdom of Sokoto, died in 1817.
|⁵¹¹T.W. Arnold, The Preaching of Islam265ff. Nūr al-albāb, against widespread superstition in the Sudan, ed. and transl. Ismāʿīl Hamet in Revue Afr. 41st year no. 227, 4th trim. 1897, p. 297, 42nd year no. 228, 1st trim. 1898, p. 58.
11a. Ḥājj Saʿīd, reader to Sultan Alyu of Soko…