The table also appears in the quoted reference above and in a King Fahd Assembly webpage
. On both sites the numbering skips between 35 and 37, so there are only 44 cases not 45. Ihab does the numbering right, and mentions that the source of the table is research on Ibn Al-Jawzi's book without identifying the researcher. He adds his own name to the column "against" in all of the cases.
I counted the cases approved by Al-Suyuti on the webpage and Ihab's book, and they seem to be more on the webpage than in the book, so I suspect there are errors on the list (I didn't bother checking against Al-Suyuti's actual list). The quoted post above also points out a discrepancy in the cases of Makki. There is a case in the table that is not approved by anyone (4:92/5:9), so I am not sure why it was included. I was hoping that this table would be the set of 'serious cases' since it appears in more than one spot, but I don't think it was carefully done.
Thanks for that info. I hadn't noticed your two observations about the case table before. You're right. I counted As-Suyooti's cases in the table and they are twenty, which is correct. We have the correct list in this post
above in this topic, compiled from his book الإتقان في علوم القرآن.
We have not entered the 4:92/5:9 case yet, as I have not seen it in any of the books we studied so far. The closest we have to this is 5:1/4:92
, but it claims that 4:92 is the abrogated verse, not the abrogating one.
We will have to construct our own table. We have the building blocks for it: In all case topics we keep a record of all opinions for and against the case in a post entitled "Who said what".