"Manuscript of Memorials to Uncle" Rubbings of Jiaxiu Hall, Song Dynasty, Collection of the Palace Museum, Beijing
It is also called "Manuscript of Reporting to Uncle", and its full name is "Manuscript of Memorial to Uncle Haozhou Governor". The book was signed in the first year of Qianyuan (758), written in cursive script, and contains one manuscript. There are 36 lines, totaling 410 words. The original engraving has been lost for a long time, and can be found in the Song Dynasty's "Jia Xiutang Tie". This manuscript, together with the "Memorial to Nephews" and "Comments for a Seat", are known as the "Three Drafts" in the world.
This book is a memorial manuscript written in October of the first year of Qianyuan (758) when Yan Zhenqing was falsely accused by the cruel official Tang, and was moved to the left as the governor of Puzhou to be the governor of Raozhou. When passing through Luoyang, he hastily laid a memorial service in front of his uncle's tomb. The calligraphy of this manuscript is the same as that of the manuscript for offering sacrifices to my nephew. They have the same style, but seem to be slightly less dynamic and vigorous.