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1792-C Valencia S. Faulí El pastor de Filida Luis Galvez de Montalvo SPA 1 8vo g. Other TAMU
Illustrations: Portrait of the author as frontis.
Description: 6th edition. Part of the Thomas F. Collison and Elizabeth Mason Collison Cervantes Collection donated by Bob and Malinda Wolter.
1793 London C. Cooke The Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves Tobias Smollett ENG 1 8vo e. Continuations and Imitations TAMU
Illustrations: Engraved title page and one other illustration by R. Corbould engraved by W. Hawkins and J. Saunders.
Description: Volume XVII of Cooke's Pocket Fiction of Select Novels. First edition published in 1762.
1793 Madrid Imprenta Real Historia del mas famoso escudero Sancho Panza, desde la gloriosa muerte de Don Quixote de la Mancha hasta el último día y postrera hora de su vida Pedro Gatell SPA 2 12mo e. Continuations and Imitations R2:440 TAMU
Illustrations: none
Description: First edition. Second volume printed in Villalpando, 1798. No copies in USA. Ex libris Armando Cotarelo.
1794 Lisboa Na typografia Rollandiana O engenhoso fidalgo Dom Quixote de la Mancha Anon. POR 6 8vo b. Editions P53285 TAMU
Illustrations: Portrait of Cervantes newly-engraved by Guillaumen-François-Laurent Debrie after Antonio Carnicero and Fernando Selma (Madrid: Ibarra, 1782).
Description: First edition of first Portuguese translation, after second Cuesta edition, Madrid, 1605.
1794 London Printed for A. Law, W. Millar, and T. Martin The Adventures of Gil Blass de Santillane Alain-Rene Lesage Tobias Smollett ENG 4 8vo e. Continuations and Imitations TAMU
Illustrations: Illustrated with four frontispiece and 12 plates unsigned.
Description: First edition in French was published in several volumes between 1715-1735. It shows the early influence of Cervantes and the Spanish picaresque tales on Smollett.
c1794 London Printed for Alex. Hogg The History and Adventures of the Renowned Don Quixote de la Mancha Tobias Smollett ENG 1 8vo large b. Editions A410; S380; G437; RR472; GG174-179 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a frontispiece designed by Charles Reuben(?) Riley and engraved by Scott, 12 illustrations unsigned (Río y Rico attributes them to Riley and Scott too, but they probably are not) and a portrait of Cervantes unsigned too. "Si bien es cierto que no carecen de originalidad, adolecen del defecto que tantas veces hemos señalado en las ilustraciones extranjeras del Quijote: el de desconocer sus autores, de todo en todo, cuanto se refiere a la época en que Cervantes hizo vivir a los personajes de su novela" (Río y Rico).
Description: "Formerly published in four volumes" Part of Hogg's New Novelist's Magazine.
1795 Venezia Sebastiano Valle Vita, ed azioni dell'Ingegnoso Cittadino d. Chisciotte della Mancia Lorenzo Franciosini Fiorentino ITA 3 8vo b. Editions R787; P53136; S825 TAMU
Illustrations: None
Description: 6th edition. Includes the Life of Cervantes by Gregorio Mayans.
1796 Dublin John Chambers The History and Adventures of the Renowned Don Quixote Tobias Smollett ENG 4 8vo b. Editions A91; S382; G443; RR474; P52503 TAMU
Illustrations: Portrait of Cervantes after William Kent's design (London: Tonson, 1738) newly engraved by Francesco Bartolozzi after Jacob Folkema's plate for Amsterdam / Leipzig: Chez Arkstée & Merkus, 1768; a frontispiece newly engraved by William Bromley I after Antonio Carnicero's frontis for Madrid: Ibarra, 1780; and 20 chapter illustrations newly engraved by William Bromley I (18) and John Hall (2) after José del Castillo (2), Antonio Carnicero (7), José Brunete (1) and Bernardo Barranco's (1) illustrations for Madrid: Ibarra, 1780 and after Isidro and Antonio Carnicero's illustrations (9) for Madrid: Ibarra, 1782. Most of the illustrations are wrongly-signed by José del Castillo or Bernardo Barranco. Río y Rico only refers to a portrait, one frontis and 15 illustrations. "Hermosa edición de la traducción de Smollett, adornada con las láminas de la Academia Española" (Río y Rico).
Description: Edition includes the Life of Cervantes by Mayans (1737).
c1796 London C. Cooke The History and Adventures of the Renowned Don Quixote Tobias Smollett ENG 5 12mo b. Editions A90; S383; G447; RR475; P52505 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains five illustrated title pages and 17 illustrations designed by Richard Corbould (title pages + 10), Thomas Kirk (5), W. H. Brown (1) and Francis Hayman (1; copied after London: Millar, 1755) and engraved by Charles Turner Warren (12), W. Hawkins (title pages + 4) and J. Saunders (1). Cushing's copy lacks the illustration "The Captive conveying his letter to Zorayda" (by W. H. Brown and Hawkins; volume II, p. 235). The same plates are also included in London: Cooke, c.1807 (four volumes, but with changes in frames and inscriptions).
Description: Fine edition, vol I Cooke's Pocket Edition of Select Novels.
1796-C London C. Cooke The History and Adventures of Don Quixote ENG 5 12mo b. Editions TAMU
Illustrations: 
Description: Second copy, part of the Thomas F. Collison and Elizabeth Mason Collison Cervantes Collection donated by Bob and Malinda Wolter; lacking vol. 1.
1797-1798 Madrid Gabriel de Sancha El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha Juan Antonio Pellicer SPA 5 8vo b. Editions A93; S66; G446; P52030; RR86; GG161-164; BN63 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains three frontispieces: the first one (Cervantes' portrait) designed by Rafael Ximeno; the second one (Cervantes and Thalia) designed by Charles Monet; and the third one (Dulcinea's portrait) designed by Rafael Ximeno; the three frontis are engraved by Pierre Duflos. Also contains 30 chapter illustrations designed by Agustín Navarro (18), José Camarón y Boronat (6), Rafael Ximeno (4) and Luis Paret y Alcázar (2) and engraved by Pierre Duflos (17), Mdme. Duflos (3) and Juan Moreno Tejada (10). It has two headpieces designed by Luis Paret and engraved by Juan Moreno Tejada, three maps of DQ's travels ("Demostración de la célebre Cueva de Montesinos..." engraved by Paret; "Plano Geográfico de las Lagunas de Ruidera..." is missing in Cushing's copy between pp. 262 and 263; "Carta Geográfica de los viajes..." designed by Manuel Antonio Rodríguez). It includes a brief history of "DQ" illustrated editions (vol. I, pp. XVII - XXV) and the "Esplicacion de las estampas que contienen los cinco tomos de que consta esta edicion, y lugares donde van colocadas" (vol. V, pp. 427 - 436). Ashbee counts two of Cervantes' portraits and 31 chapter illustrations. Rio Rico counted one portrait, one frontis and 31 chapter illustrations; he does not mention the headpieces. "Although these engravings rank among the finest produced in Spain, their composition is not always happy, nor their drawing invariably correct. The figures are too lanky, and they lack movement. The costume, however, is fairly correct" (Ashbee). Givanel only refers to 29 chapter illustrations; "nada tienen de extraordinario, pues se limitan a continuar la tradición académica indígena" (Givanel 161-164). These illustrations also appear in Madrid: Casa del Editor, Calle Preciados 68, 1853 (3 frontis + 30 illus. one headpiece). The same three maps can be seen in Madrid: Sancha, 1798 - 1799.
Description: Text from RAE edition, Madrid: J. Ibarra, 1780. Annotated and with a new Vida de Cervantes by Pellicer.
1797 Madrid Imprenta Real El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 6 12mo b. Editions A92; S65; P52029; RR85; BN64 Biblioteca Nacional
Illustrations: Contains a portrait of Cervantes designed by José López Enguídanos and engraved by Tomás López Enguídanos; six headpieces (only four signed by Tomás López Enguídanos); and 48 chapter illustrations designed by Antonio Rodríguez and engraved by Pedro Vicente Rodríguez (8), Tomás López Enguídanos (16), Manuel Albuerne (8), Rafael Esteve Vilella (4), Bartolomé Vázquez (2), Blas Ametller (2), Antonio Vázquez (4), José Vázquez (2) and Mariano Brandi (2). Also in Madrid: Imprenta que fue de Fuentenebro, 1832 (only contains 48 chapter illus).
Description: Life of Cervantes by Manuel José Quintana. Digital images from copy at the Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid (Cerv./432-437; neither the portrait nor the headpieces were scanned, but the copy includes them). See, Óscar Fernández and Fernando González, El Quijote de las Luces. Ilustraciones para la edición de la Imprenta Real (1797-1798), Cuenca, 2004.
1797-1798 Madrid Imprenta Real El ingenioso hidalgo don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 6 16vo b. Editions A92; S65; P52029; RR85; BN64 TAMU
Illustrations: 1 portrait of Cervantes designed by J. López Enguídanos and engraved by Tomás López Enguídanos; 6 headpieces (only 4 signed by Tomás López Enguídanos) and 48 chapter illustrations designed by Antonio Rodríguez and engraved by Pedro Vicente Rodríguez (8), Tomás López Enguídanos (16), Manuel Albuerne (8), Rafael Esteve Vilella (4), Bartolomé Vázquez (2), Blas Ametller (2), Antonio Vázquez (4), José Vázquez (2) and Mariano Brandi (2). Also in Madrid: Imprenta que fue de Fuentenebro, 1832 (only 48 chapter illus).
Description: It includes the Life of Cervantes by Manuel José Quintana in vol. 1. See, Óscar Fernández and Fernando González, El Quijote de las Luces. Ilustraciones para la edición de la Imprenta Real (1797-1798), Cuenca, 2004.
1798 London J. & J. Boydell Illustrations for the Quixote William Hogarth ENG 1 12mo f. Albums and Engravings A38; A95; GG126-128 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a set of nine dated plates of various sizes designed by William Hogarth and engraved by John Mills (8) and William Skelton (1). They are printed on very thin paper and probably proofs. They appear reproduced in volume III of Hogarth Illustrated by John Ireland (London: J. & J. Boydell, 1791-98; and second edition, London: G. & W. Nicol, 1804).
Description: Plate one appears in London: Tonson, 1738 edition (#3). Plates three through eight were designed by Hogarth for the same edition but not included. Plate two, 'The Inn-Keeper', is unfinished, although the figure appears as part of illustration number four in Tonson's edition. And plate nine, 'Sancho's Feast', was done separately c. 1725.
1798-1799 Madrid Gabriel de Sancha El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha compuesto por Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra Juan Antonio Pellicer SPA 8 12mo b. Editions A97; S67; G451; P52031; RR87; BN65 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains an allegorical frontispiece designed by Luis Paret y Alcázar and engraved by Juan Moreno de Tejada; 32 chapter headpieces designed by Luis Paret y Alcázar (14) and Francisco Alcántara (18) and engraved by Juan Moreno Tejada (28) and Blas Ametller (4); and three maps ("Demostración de la célebre Cueva de Montesinos..." engraved by Paret; "Plano Geográfico de las Lagunas de Ruidera..."; "Carta Geográfica de los viajes..." designed by Manuel Antonio Rodríguez). Ashbee indicates that "the designs are very charming, and the engraving delicate and fine". Ashbee does not mentions the three maps. Rico says that the headpieces have been engraved "muy finamente y con mucha gracia y soltura". Rico just mentions 31 headpieces (he counts one less in volume VII). The edition was completed with volume IX (missing in Cushing's copy), where appeared Cervantes' portrait engraved by Juan Moreno de Tejada. According to Ashbee: "The portrait, size 92 by 55 mm, is in an oval frame resting on a base, on which is the name Cervantes; below outside the design we read: IOANNES MORENUS DE TEXADA omnes huius Historiae Lamellas praeter quatuor ab altero scalptas incidit Matriti Aetatis suae anno 60 ac 61". All the illustrations show first time represented episodes or new instances of already represented episodes.
Description: Annotated edition containing one map and two drawings. Follows text from RAE 1780 edition; sometimes together with a vol. IX containing the Vida de Cervantes (1800).
1798-1799b Madrid Gabriel Sancha El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha compuesto por Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra Juan Antonio Pellicer SPA 8 12mo b. Editions A97; S67; G451; P52031; RR87; BN65 TAMU
Illustrations: High resolution 600 dpi images.
Description: 
1798 Paris Chez Fr. Dufart Histoire de l’admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche Filleau de Saint-Martin FRE 4 8vo b. Editions A94; S578; G452; P52762; RR336 TAMU
Illustrations: Portrait of Cervantes designed by François Marie Isidore Queverdo (after José del Castillo's for Madrid: Ibarra, 1780) and engraved by Charles-Etienne Stephan Gaucher, and 24 illustrations after the designs of Charles-Antoine Coypel (18), François Boucher (1), Pierre-Charles Trémolières (2), Jacques-Philippe Le Bas (1) and Charles-Nicolas Cochin fils (2) newly engraved in reduced size by J. d. Coulet (possibly after Paris/La Haye: Chez Bleuet, 1774). There are 23 illustrations about Cervantes' Don Quixote and one about Saint-Martin's Continuation. The portrait and illustrations are numbered from I to XXV. Río y Rico only refers to one portrait plus 23 illus. newly engraved after Lyon: Amable Leroy, 1793.
Description:  Volumes III-IV are the Continuation by Filleau de Saint-Martin.
1799 London C. Cooke The Female Quixote; or, the Adventures of Arabella Charlotte Lennox ENG 2 12mo e. Continuations and Imitations TAMU
Illustrations: Illustrated with 5 steel engravings by T. Kirk (2) and R. Corbould (3), executed by W. Hawkins, C. Armstrong, A. Rainback and C. Warren (2).
Description: Following Don Quixote's example, Arabella goes mad reading translations of French romances. After many adventures, she finds a suitor who, recognizing her delusions, dresses up in a plate of armor to woo her. First published in London, 1752.
1799 Paris P. Didot l'âiné-Chez Deterville Don Quichotte de la Manche Florian FRE 3 8vo b. Editions A96; S579; G455; RR337 and 338; P52764 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains 24 plates designed by Jean-Jacques-François Le Barbier and Claude? Lefebvre and engraved by Louis-Michel Halbou, François Godefroy, Jacques-Joseph Coiny, Jean Dambrun, Louis-Joseph Masquelier “l'aîné” and Charles-Etienne Stephan Gaucher. Two illustrations are unsigned. In Cushing's copy, one illustration (don Quixote's penance in Sierra Morena) is missing. These 24 illustrations also appear without frames in Paris: H. Nicolle, 1808, and unsigned in Paris/London: Didot/Didier et Tebbett, 1809 (newly-engraved by an unknown engraver). Newly engraved by Bigant in six plates (four little vignettes for each plate) for Paris: Chez Gide, 1806, which is newly engraved by Macret (six plates, four vignettes to each plate) for Paris, Briand, 1810, and also by an anonymous engraver (six plates, four vignettes on each plate) for Paris: Renouard, 1812. Lebarbier's illustration "Basile, dit-elle, Basile, recevez ma main & ma foi" was replaced in some copies after 1799 with Antonio Carnicero's illustration "Don Quixote attacking the puppets" (Madrid: Ibarra, 1780).
Description: This is the first edition of Florian's translation. Excellent printing, with an abbreviated text.
1799 Paris De l´Imprimerie de P. Didot l´ainé, Chez Deterville Don Quichotte de la Manche Florian FRE 6 12mo b. Editions P52764 TAMU
Illustrations: 24 plates designed by Jean-Jacques-François Le Barbier and Claude? Lefebvre and engraved by Louis-Michel Halbou, François Godefroy, Jacques-Joseph Coiny, Jean Dambrun, Louis-Joseph Masquelier “l'aîné” and Charles-Etienne Stephan Gaucher. Same plates first engraved for Paris: Didot L'Aîné-Deterville, 1799, but now without frames and without signatures in some plates. Also without frames/some signatures in Paris: Nicolle, 1808, and Paris: Briand, 1810(b), but captions are different.
Description: Second edition, now in smaller size and 6 vols. by same printer, also in 1799, with same illustrations. A gift of Lynn Holleran and Chuck Bowman.
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