Yahya Bin Said Al-Hilli was a cousin of Al-Muhaqqiq Jafar. He wrote Al-Madkhal Fi Usul-il-Fiqh. His death occurred in 690 A.H.
Al-Allamah Al-Hilli Al-Hassan Bin Yusuf Bin Al-Mutahhar.
He was a pupil of Al-Muhaqqiq. Among his books are An-Nukat-ul-Badiah, Ghayat-ul-Wusul, Mabadi-ul-Wusul, Tahdhib-ul-wusul, Nihayat-ul-Wusul (in two volumes), Nehjul Wusul which is a medium sized book. He died in 726 A.H.
As-Sayyid Amid-ud-Din Abdul Muttalib Bin Muhammad Al-A Raji Al-Hussani was a nephew of Al-Allamah and his pupil. He wrote an explanation on commentary on his uncle’s book Tahdhib-ul-Wusul. He died during eighth century.1.
(1. There are a number of commentaries on aforementioned Tahdhub-ul-Wusul. Among such commentaries is Nihayat-ut-Tagribn Fi Sharh-it Tahdhib in two volumes. I have got a manuscript copy of this book but its first pages are missing. Hence I cannot tell about its author).
Ash-Shaikh-ul-Jalil Muhammad Bin Ali Al-Jurjani was also a pupil ofAl-Allamah. He wrote Ghayat-ul-Badi Fi Sharh-il-Mabadi Fi Usul-il-Fiqh written by his teacher. He wrote this book in the name of An-Naqib Amid-ud-Din Abdul Mutalib Ibn An-Naqib Shams-ud-Din Ali Bin Al-Mukhtar Al-Husani. I have a copy of this book. He died during eighth century.
Ash-Shahid Muhammad Bin Makki Al-Aamili Al\-Jizzini Collected the fundamental rules of Principles of Jurisprudence in a book form. He also composed Kitab-ul-Qawaid Fil Qawaid il-Fiqhiyyah.
Ash-Shaikh Zain-ud-Din Ali Al-Aamili Al-Jabai continued the work started by Ash-Shahid and composed Tamhid-ul-Qawaid. He was also martyred in 966 A.H. and is called Ash-Shahid-uth-Thani.
The lead given by these two martyrs was taken by the following scholars:
Ash-Shaikh Hassan Bin Zain-ud-Din Ash-Shahid uth-Thani Al-Aamili who is known as Khatib-ul-Usuliyyin, wrote al-Maalim Fil Usul. Before these book was written, the people used to study this subject through Sharh-ul-Amidi Alat Tahdhib which has already been mentioned, along with Usul Ibn-il-Hajib and Usul-ul-Adadi. But after its composition, the teaching and learning of this subject was based upon it. He died in 1011 A.H.
Ash-Shaikh Muhammad Bin Ash-Shaikh Hassan Bin Zain-ud-Din was the son of the author of Al-Maalim, as mentioned above, and was one of those persons who wrote commentaries on this book. He died in 1030 A.H.
As-Sayyid Hussain known as Khalifah Sultan wrote a commentary on Al-Maalim he died in 1066 A.H.
Mulla Saleh Al-Mazandrani wrote a commentary on Al-Maalim.
Muhammad Bin Al-Hassan Ash-Shirwani Known as Mulla Mirz wrote another commentary on Al-Maalim. He died in 1099 A.H.1.
Al-Mulla Abdullah At-Tuni.
He wrote Al-Wafiyah Fil Usul, which became very famous and many scholars wrote commentaries on it. He died during the mid-eleventh century.
Ash-Sheikh ul-Baha’I Muhammad Bhin Al-Husain wrote Zubdatul Usul. He died in 1031 AH.