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1779 Leipzig Dodsley und Compagnie Moralische Novellen Des Miguel de Cervantes F.J.H. von Soden GER 2 8vo a. Editions P53578 TAMU
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Description: First complete edition of the exemplary novels in German.
1780-1781 Leipzig Caspar Fritsch Leben und Thaten des weisen Junkers Don Quixote von la Mancha. Aus der Urschrift des Cervantes, nebst der Fortsetzung des Avellaneda F. Bertuch GER 6 8vo b. Editions A74; S752; G366; RR582; GG146 TAMU
Illustrations: Cushing's copy has a portrait of Cervantes, six engraved vignettes (one on each title page) and 29 illustrations by Daniel-Nicolas Chodowiecki engraved in copper by Daniel Berger. Some copies appeared only with 24 illustrations. Others have these 24 (numbered I - XXIV) plus five (numbered A - E) from the Weimar/Leipzig: Fritschischen Buchhandlung, 1775 edition, now newly engraved by Berger. These illustrations by Chodowiecki are different from those in the Almanac Généalogique, Berlin, 1771.
Description: Reproduces the text of the 1775 edition. Volumes I-IV are about Cervantes' Quixote (one portrait, with four vignettes and 19 illus.); and volumes V-VI are about Avellaneda's Quixote" (two vignettes and ten illustrations).
1780 Madrid Don Joaquín Ibarra El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 4 F small b. Editions A72; S60; P52024; RR79; GG152-161; BN57 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains four frontispieces (two repeated): the first one designed by Antonio Carnicero and engraved by Fernando Selma, and the second one designed by Pedro Arnal and engraved by Juan de la Cruz. Also has a portrait of Cervantes designed by José del Castillo and engraved by Manuel Salvador Carmona, a map by Tomás López and José de Hermosilla (Río Rico places the map in volume II; in Cushing´s copy, it appears in volume I). Includes 31 chapter illustrations designed by Antonio Carnicero (19), José del Castillo (7), Bernardo Barranco (2), José Brunete (1), Gerónimo Antonio Gil (1) and Gregorio Ferro (1), engraved by J. Joaquín Fábregat (7), Francisco Muntaner (6), Fernando Selma (5), Joaquín Ballester (5), Manuel Salvador Carmona (3), Pedro Pascual Moles (2), Juan Barcelón (2) and Gerónimo Antonio Gil (1). It also includes 25 headpieces, 20 tailpieces and 13 unsigned ornamental letters designed by Antonio Carnicero (34), Rafael Ximeno (5), Isidro Carnicero (3), Miguel de la Cuesta (1) and Simón de Brieva (2?) and engraved by Fernando Selma (14), Juan Minguet (12), Juan Fernando Palomino (6), Simón Brieva (6), Mariano Brandi (3), Joaquín Fabregat (2) and Joaquín Ballester (1). "In spite of the important position which these engravings hold among the illustrations to Don Quixote, great praise cannot be bestowed on them; they are generally stiff and conventional in design, without power, grace, or movement; nor is the engraving, as a rule, good. They are valuable, however, on account of the costume" (Ashbee 72, p.35).
Description: Deluxe edition with a revised text in Spanish, taken from the second Madrid, 1605 edition by Juan de la Cuesta. It is believed to be the princeps at the time. First edition produced by the Spanish Royal Academy (Real Academia Española).
1781 London Printed for W. Strahan et al The History of the Adventures of Joseph Andrews, and his friend Mr. Abraham Adams. Written in Imitation of the Manner of Cervantes, Author of Don Quixote Henry Fielding ENG 2 8vo e. Continuations and Imitations TAMU
Illustrations: Illustrated with 12 engravings by J. Hulett, all with the caption, "Published March 1st 1742/3 by A. Millar."
Description: This is the tenth edition; first edition published in 1742, also at the Cushing.
1781b Londres B. White et al. Historia del famoso cavallero, Don Quixote de la Mancha Rev. Juan Bowle SPA 3 4to b. Editions A22; A24; A25; A49; A80; S61; G369; RR80-81; P52025; BN58 TAMU
Illustrations: High resolution 600 dpi images.
Description: Extra illustrated edition.
1781-C Londres and Salisbury B. White et al; E. Easton Historia del famoso cavallero, Don Quixote de la Mancha Rev. Juan Bowle SPA 3 4to b. Editions A12; S333; G129; RR442; P52465 TAMU
Illustrations: It includes six engraved title pages (one for each tome), one headpiece in the Dedication, engraved by Page, and a map of Spain, also engraved by Page.
Description: First edition, second issue. This is the first edition of the Quixote with extensive commentary, critical notes and textual variants. Comprised of six tomes bound in three volumes. Copy from the Thomas F. Collison and Elizabeth Mason Collison Cervantes Collection donated by Bob and Malinda Wolter.
1781 Londres; Salisbury B. White et al; E. Easton Historia del famoso cavallero, Don Quixote de la Mancha Rev. John Bowle SPA 3 4to b. Editions A22; A24; A25; A49; A80; S61; G369; RR80-81; P52025; BN58 TAMU
Illustrations: The original edition includes six engraved title pages (one for each tome), one headpiece in the Dedication, engraved by Page, and a map of Spain, also engraved by Page (missing in Cushing's copy; digital image included courtesy of Dan Eisenberg). The copy in our collection is an extra illustrated copy (15 engravings) including one frontis by Henry Thomas Alken (1831), six large plates with Coypel's designs from set Paris: chez Surugue, c1723 (and later years), a large plate by Trémolières (unsigned and undated), two large plates after Coypel from the English set sold by G. Van der Gucht (c. 1725 and later years), two large plates from a 18th century set sold by Antoine Radigues and three large plates after Coypel engraved by Jean Daullé. See, "The Grangerized Copy of John Bowle's Edition of Don Quixote at the Cushing Memorial Library of Texas A&M University." Cervantes 23.2 (2003): 85-118.
Description: First edition, second issue. It is the first edition of the Quixote with extensive commentary, critical notes, and textual variants. Comprised of six tomes bound in three volumes.
1781 (2006) Londres; Salisbury B. White et al; E. Easton Historia del famoso cavallero, Don Quijote de la Mancha Rev. Juan Bowle SPA 3 8vo b. Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Engraved Dedication page and small vignettes at foot of title pages.
Description: Facsimilar edition published by Newark: Juan de la Cuesta, 2006; first republication of Bowle´s 1781 edition. Prepared, with a Preface, by E. Urbina and an Introduction by Daniel Eisenberg. 6 tomes in 3 volumes. Series: Documentación cervantina n. 23.
1781 Lyon Chez Amable Le Roy Histoire de l'admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche Filleau de Saint Martin FRE 6 12mo b. Editions A79; S572; P52755; G370 TAMU
Illustrations: This edition contains 28 chapter illustrations engraved by Augustin de Saint-Aubin (only 24 are signed), 20 are after Charles-Antoine Coypel's designs. It also has 20 illustrations (Coypel's) about Cervantes' Don Quixote, and eight illustrations about Saint-Martin and Challe's Continuations. "The set has no artistic merit" (Ashbee). Also in Lyon: Amable Le Roy, 1793.
Description: Text after the Paris 1771 edition.
1781 Madrid Don Antonio de Sancha Trabajos de Persiles y Sigismunda, historia setentrional SPA 2 8vo a. Editions P53909 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes eight chapter illustrations and four headpieces designed by José Antonio Ximeno y Carrera and engraved by Fernando Selma (1 illus. + 4 hp), J. Joaquín Fábregat (2), Juan Moreno tejada (3), Simón Brieva (1), and Diego Díaz (1).
Description: Cushing has volume II only, Libros III and IV (2 hp + 4 illus.).
1781 Paris Chez la Veuve Duchesne Oeuvres Completes; Le Don Quichotte moderne, Tome onzieme. M. de Marivaux (Pierre Carlet de Chamblain) FRE 1 8vo e. Continuations and Imitations R482 TAMU
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Description: Volume 11 of Marivaux, Oeuvres Complettes. First published as Pharsamon, ou les Folies romanesques (Paris, 1737) or Le Don Quichotte François (Le Haye, 1739).
1781 Rouen Chez Pierre Machuel Histoire de l'admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche Filleau de Saint-Martin FRE 6 12mo b. Editions S571; P52756; A66 TAMU
Illustrations: Volumes I-IV: have 24 chapter illustrations about Cervantes' Don Quixote engraved by unknown engraver after Charles-Antoine Coypel's designs (Paris: Surugue, since 1723). Volumes V- VI: eight chapter illustrations about Saint-Martin and Challe's Continuation. Same plates first engraved for La Haye: Chez Bassompierre Pére, 1773. "Very bad, reduced copies, turned, of the engravings after Coypel" (Ashbee).
Description: Text of edition after the Liege, 1773 edition. Volume V lacks one illustration about Filleau's Continuation (f.p. 152; present in second copy).
1781b Rouen Chez Pierre Machuel Histoire de l'admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche Filleau de Saint Martin FRE 6 12mo b. Editions S571; P52756; A66 TAMU
Illustrations: Vols. 1-4: 24 chapter illustrations about Cervantes' Don Quixote engraved by unknown engraver after Charles-Antoine Coypel's designs (Paris: Surugue, since 1723). Vols. 5-6: 8 chapter illustrations about Saint-Martin and Challe's Continuation. Same plates first engraved for La Haye: Chez Bassompierre Pére, 1773. "Very bad, reduced copies, turned, of the engravings after Coypel" (Ashbee).
Description: Cushing's copy 2 of this edition, imperfect and mixed set, only with vols. 2 (2 illus.), 4 (9 illus.; lacks illus. "Wild boar hunt", seen in copy 1, f.p. 14), and 5 (4 illus.)
1782 London W. Strahan, J.F. and C. Rivington, et al The History and Adventures of the Renowned Don Quixote T. Smollett ENG 4 12mo b. Editions S371; P52498; A410; RR465 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a frontispiece and 27 chapter illustrations copied and engraved in reduced format by G. V. Neist after Francis Hayman's designs for London: Millar, 1755 (first edition). Has the same plates first engraved for London: T. Osborne, 1761 (second edition); and then in 1765 (third), and 1770 (fourth).
Description: Fifth edition of Smollett's translation, now "corrected".
1782 Madrid Manuel Martín Vida y hechos del ingenioso caballero Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 4 8vo b. Editions A54; S63; G376; RR83; P52026; BN60 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains two vignettes used for four title pages (each one appears twice) after Savery's frontispieces (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657) and 43 vignettes (39; four of them are repeated twice) included in the text at the head of the chapters. Same wooden blocks first used for Madrid: Manuel Martín, 1765 (copied after Madrid: Juan de San Martín, 1741). They are copied after Obregón's illustrations (Madrid: A. García de la Iglesia, 1674) and the engravings in Madrid: Antonio Sanz, 1735. They follow the tradition of Savery (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657 and later editions) and Bouttats (Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-73). "These wood-cuts are rough, crude, and more curious than beautiful" (Ashbee). Río y Rico refers to 44 illustrations, as it says in the title page, but there are only 43. Cushing's copy wanting volume II (one titlepage and 11 illustrations).
Description: Reprint of the Madrid 1765 edition. Cushing has volumes I, III and IV. The text follows second edition Madrid: Juan de la Cuesta, 1605, believed to be the princeps at the time.
1782 Madrid Joaquín Ibarra El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 4 8vo b. Editions A83; S62; P52027; RR82; BN59 Biblioteca Nacional
Illustrations: Has one Cervantes portrait designed by Antonio Carnicero and engraved by Fernando Selma, a large folding map designed and engraved by Tomás López, and 23 chapter illustrations designed by Antonio and Isidro Carnicero and engraved by Fernando Selma (6), Juan Moreno Tejada (2), J. Joaquín Fábregat (4), Francisco Muntaner (3), Simón Brieva (3), Juan Fernando Palomino (1), Joaquín Ballester (3) and Manuel Salvador Carmona (1). "... dibuxos de Don Isidro y Don Antonio Carnicero, Profesores que tienen bien acreditada su habilidad, y para el grabado de los más diestros grabadores [...] parecía conveniente no repetir las [estampas] que se pusieron en la edición grande [Madrid: Ibarra, 1780] creyendo que esta variedad no será desagradable al Público" ("Prólogo de la Academia", p. V). The same illustrations were also included in the third RAE edition (Madrid: Viuda de Ibarra, 1787).
Description: Second edition sponsored by the Spanish Royal Academy. The digital images are from the copy at the Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid (Cerv. Sedó/122-125).
1782 Madrid Por Don Joachín Ibarra Impresor de Camara El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 4 8vo b. Editions A83; S62; P52027; RR82; BN59 TAMU
Illustrations: 1 Cervantes' portrait designed by Antonio Carnicero and engraved by Fernando Selma; 1 large folding map designed and engraved by Tomás López; and 23 chapter illustrations designed by Antonio and Isidro Carnicero and engraved by Fernando Selma (6), Juan Moreno Tejada (2), J. Joaquín Fábregat (4), Francisco Muntaner (3), Simón Brieva (3), Juan Fernando Palomino (1), Joaquín Ballester (3) and Manuel Salvador Carmona (1). "... dibuxos de Don Isidro y Don Antonio Carnicero, Profesores que tienen bien acreditada su habilidad, y para el grabado de los más diestros grabadores [...] parecía conveniente no repetir las [estampas] que se pusieron en la edición grande [Madrid: Ibarra, 1780] creyendo que esta variedad no será desagradable al Público" ("Prólogo de la Academia", p. V). Same illustrations included also in the 3rd edition (Madrid: Viuda de Ibarra, 1787).
Description: 2nd. edition sponsored by the Spanish Royal Academy (RAE), in smaller format than 1780 first edition.
1783 Dublin Printed by Daniel Graisberry for Price et al The History and Adventures of the Renowned Don Quixote T. Smollett ENG 4 8vo b. Editions S372; P52497; A42; RR466 TAMU
Illustrations: 12 chapter illustrations after Charles-Antoine Coypel´s designs newly-engraved by unknown engraver after Haia: P. Gosse y A. Moetjens, 1744, or Amsterdam y Leipzig: Arkstée & Merkus, 1755.
Description: Ex libris Ramón Areny.
1783 Madrid Por Don Antonio de Sancha Novelas Exemplares de Migvel de Cervantes Saavedra SPA 2 8vo a. Editions G382; P53424 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes 12 chapter illustrations designed by José Antonio Ximeno y Carrera (6) and Bernardo Barranco (5) (1 unsigned but maybe by Barranco) and engraved by Simón Brieva (4), Joaquín Pro (3), Juan Moreno Tejada (2), and Bartolomé Vázquez (2) (1 unsigned).
Description: Fine edition by Sancha. It is highly regarded.
1784 London Printed for Harrison and Co. The History and Adventures of the Renowned Don Quixote de la Mancha T. Smollett ENG 4 8vo b. Editions A81; P52498 TAMU
Illustrations: Has 16 illustrations designed by Thomas Stothard and engraved by Walker (5), James Heath (3), William Angus (3), Grignion (2), William Blake (2) and O. Birrel (1). Cushing's copy lacks two illus. ("SP's blanketing" and "DQ meets the enchanted Dulcinea"). Same illustrations appearing in London: Harrison, 1782 (reprinted in 1792). "A very pretty set, although quite English in character" (Ashbee 81).
Description: Contains four volumes in one, published in "The Novelist´s Magazine". It is a reprint of the 1782 first edition.
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