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2012 Newark, DE Cervantes & Co. El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha Tom Lathrop SPA 1 8vo b. Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Color cover and illustrations by Jack Davis.
Description: New revised "Legacy Edition", first published in 1997 by Juan de la Cuesta-Hispanic Monographs. Edited for English speaking American students, it includes 10,450 vocabulary glosses in the margins and 3,742 footnotes dealing with cultural, historical and geographical references.
1620, 1612 London Edward Blount The History of Don-Quichote. The first parte. (The Second Part of the History of the Valorous and Witty Knight-Errant, Don Quixote of the Mançha. Thomas Shelton ENG 1 4to b. Editions A4; S329-330; G57; RR439; GG95-96 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains an engraved title page for Part I (first done for the second part and corrected to read "first part"). It is a partial copy of the title page in Paris: Jacques du Clou and Denis Moreau, 1618, the first well-defined known textual illustration of Don Quixote in an edition. Small loss to lower right corner. In Cushing's copy, the second part has a separate title page with the publisher's emblem.
Description: First edition of first English translation of both parts; second edition of the first part (1612?), and first edition of the second part (1620). It is printed by William Stansby for Edward Blount, one of the two publishers of the Shakespeare First Folio (1623). Cushing´s copy is bound in contemporary if not original 17th century red morocco.
1652 London Printed by Richard Hodgkinsonne, for Andrew Cooke The History of the Valorous and Witty Knight-Errant Don Quixote of the Mancha Thomas Shelton ENG 1 Folio b. Editions S331; P52463 TAMU
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Description: Second edition in English, "newly corrected and amended", and first edition of both parts issued together. Second part with separate title page. Title page first part in facsimile, plus additional title page from separate issue, London: R. Scot, T. Basset, J. Wright, R. Chiswell, 1652, in manuscript facsimile.
1672-1675 London Printed for R. Scot, T. Basset, J. Wright, R. Chiswell The History of the Valorous and Witty Knight Errant, Don Quixote, of the Mancha Newly corrected and amended by Thomas Shelton ENG 1 4to large b. Editions S332; G115 & 119; RR441; P52464 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains two title pages.
Description: Third edition of English translation by Shelton of both parts of the Quixote; reprint of the second edition, London 1652. Part II dated 1672, and printed by R. Hodgkinson.
1687 London Tho. Hodgkin The History of the most Renowned Don Quixote of Mancha: And his Trusty Squire, Sancho Pancha [sic], Now made English according to the Humor of our Modern Language by J.P. J. Philips ENG 1 F b. Editions A12; S333; G129; RR442; P52465 TAMU
Illustrations: First illustrated edition in English; it includes a frontispiece and 14 anonymous copper engravings, two per page (seven plates), some after Savery and Bouttats designs. Cushing's copy has the frontispiece and title page in facsimile. Number of engravings varies among copies; the total number is 16 and one frontispiece, as Ashbee states. Río y Rico mentions six plates (12 illustrations) and a frontispiece. The same illustrations were reused for London: Sam. Buckley, 1700 (reprinted in 1706 and 1712). In Cushing's copy, the first plate ("Don Quixot Dubb'd a knight Errant by the Innkeeper" and "Don Quixot's Encounter with the Windmills") is wanting (see complete in copy 1687-C).
Description: First edition of translation by John Philips; Cushing's copy is in 19th c. leather binding.
1687b London Thomas Hodgkin The History of the most Renowned Don Quixote of Mancha: And his Trusty Squire, Sancho Pancha [sic], Now made English according to the Humor of our Modern Language by J.P. J. Philips ENG 1 F b. Editions A12; S333; G129; RR442; P52465 TAMU
Illustrations: High resolution 600 dpi images. First illustrated edition in English; it includes a frontispiece and 14 anonymous copper engravings, two per page (seven plates), some after Savery and Bouttats designs. Cushing's copy has the frontispiece and title page in facsimile. Number of engravings varies among copies; the total number is 16 and one frontispiece, as Ashbee states. Río y Rico mentions six plates (12 illustrations) and a frontispiece. The same illustrations were reused for London: Sam. Buckley, 1700 (reprinted in 1706 and 1712). In Cushing's copy, the first plate ("Don Quixot Dubb'd a knight Errant by the Innkeeper" and "Don Quixot's Encounter with the Windmills") is wanting.
Description: First edition of translation by John Philips; Cushing's copy is in 19th c. leather binding.
1687-C London Thomas Hodgkin The History of the most Renowned Don Quixote of Mancha: And his Trusty Squire, Sancho Pancha [sic], Now made English according to the Humor of our Modern Language by J.P. J. Philips ENG 1 F b. Editions A12; S333; G129; RR442; P52465 TAMU
Illustrations: First illustrated edition in English; it includes a frontispiece and 16 chapter illustrations, two per page (eight plates), some after Savery and Bouttats' designs. The number of engravings varies among copies; the total number is 16 and one frontispiece, as Ashbee states. Río y Rico mentions six plates (12 illustrations) and a frontispiece. The same illustrations were reused for London: Sam. Buckley, 1700 (reprinted in 1706 and 1712).
Description: First edition of translation by John Philips. Second copy complete, part of the Thomas F. Collison and Elizabeth Mason Collison Cervantes Collection donated by Bob and Malinda Wolter.
1700-1706 London R. Chiswell, R. Battersby et al The History of the most Ingenious Knight Don Quixote de la Mancha John Stevens, after T. Shelton ENG 2 8vo b. Editions A18; S336; G146; P52468 TAMU
Illustrations: Title page announces "Illustrated with 33 Copper Plates, curiously engraved from the Brussels Edition." These 33 plates, newly engraved by Michael van der Gucht after Savery (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657; Bruselas: Mommarte, 1662) and Bouttats (Amberes: Verdussen, 1673), contain 32 chapter illustrations and a frontis (the frontis appears twice; once in each volume). Ashbee refers to 33 engravings and two frontis. Our copy has 26 illustrations and no frontis. The two title pages are not illustrated. These engravings were reprinted in 1706 (second ed.)
Description: Deletes poetry, Prologues and Dedications; Part II dated 1706.
1719 London R. Knaplock, D. Midwinter, J. Tonson et al. The History of the Renowned Don Quixote de la Mancha Translated by several hands and published by Peter Motteux J. Ozell ENG 4 12mo b. Editions S342; G190; RR445; P52472 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains 16 unsigned illustrations (one per page) newly engraved after the ones present in London: Hodgkin, 1687 (two per page). Río y Rico only mentions 15. Also has some ornamental headpieces, initials and tailpieces (woodcuts), including an image of Phaeton as emblem of Madness.
Description: "Adorned with New Sculptures. The fourth edition. Carefully revised, and compared with the best edition of the original, printed at Madrid. By J. Ozell;" It is the first edition. The text is a reprint of the first edition of Motteux's translation, London 1700, as revised by Ozell.
1725 London R. Knaplock et al. The History of the Valorous and Witty Knight-Errant Don Quixote of the Mancha T. Shelton ENG 4 8vo small b. Editions A26; G203; GG116-122 TAMU
Illustrations: It has 10 double page illustrations, folded, after Coypel's designs newly engraved by Gerard van der Gucht. It also includes several ornamental headpieces not about Don Quixote (gallant scenes, birds, landscapes, Apollo and Daphne...). Ashbee refers in error to 22 illustrations. The same plates were later used in London: Walthoe, 1731, adding 12 illustrations more, also after Coypel's designs.
Description: Text now printed verbatim from the fourth edition of 1620. "With a curious set of cuts from the French of Coypel." First edition of the Quixote that includes the engravings of Charles-Antoine Coypel's designs; very rare. Originally done as paintings for the production of tapestries, they were often reproduced and included in numerous editions during the 18th century.
1731 London J. Walthoe, et al. The History of the Valorous and Witty Knight-Errant Don-Quixote of the Mancha T. Shelton ENG 4 12mo b. Editions A26; S347; G209; P52475; GG116-122 TAMU
Illustrations:  It includes 22 folded burin engravings by Jan (12) and Gerard van der Gucht (10) after Charles-Antoine Coypel's designs (the 10 by Gerard van der Gucht are the same included in the London: R. Knaplock, 1725 edition).
Description: This is the second English edition with Charles-Antoine Coypel´s celebrated designs. Originally done as paintings for the production of tapestries. They were often reproduced and included in numerous editions during the 18th century, but none were published in Spain.
1742 Dublin Printed by and for Oli. Nelson Persiles and Sigismunda ENG 1 12mo b. Editions P53936 TAMU
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Description: Same as 1741 edition, translated from the French version of Madame Richebourg (1738). Cushing has vol. 2.
1742 London J. and R. Tonson & R. Dodsley The Life and Exploits of the Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote de la Mancha Charles Jarvis ENG 2 4to large b. Editions A410; S350; G275; RR449; P52479 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains an allegorical frontispiece and 67 chapter illustrations designed by John Vanderbank (frontis + 66) and William Hogarth (1) and engraved by Gerard van der Gucht (frontis + 61), Bernard Baron (1), George Vertue (1) and Claude du Bosc (4). It also has a portrait of Cervantes designed by G. Kent and engraved by George Vertue. Same plates as in London: Tonson, 1738 Spanish edition (in 1738 there was also a tailpiece designed by John Vanderbank and engraved by P.F., but not re-used now). An allegorical frontis is placed in vol. II in Cushing´s copy. Ashbee only refers to 26 copper plates.
Description: First edition, and second issue. Deluxe edition, with Life of Cervantes by Mayans, translated by J. Ozell.
1743 London D. Midwinter et al. The History of the Renowned Don Quixote de la Mancha P. Motteux J. Ozell ENG 4 12mo b. Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Contains 16 unsigned illustrations (one per page) newly engraved after the ones present in London: Hodgkin, 1687 (two per page). Same plates used in previous editions by Midwinter et al. Plus 4 illustrations after Charles Coypel's designs.
Description: 7th edition.
1747 Dublin Printed for Peter Wilson The Life and Exploits of the Ingenious Gentleman don Quixote de la Mancha Charles Jarvis ENG 4 12mo b. Editions S352; RR450; P52482 TAMU
Illustrations: 16 chapter illustrations newly-engraved and turned by Philip Simms (6) and Thomas Chambars (10) after John Vanderbank's designs (London: Tonson, 1738).
Description: Rare Dublin edition; Cushing's copy is bound by Paul Belard. It includes the Life of Cervantes by Mayans.
1749 London Printed for W. Innys, et al. The History of the Renowned Don Quixote de la Mancha Translated by several hands and published by the late Mr. Motteux J. Ozell ENG 4 12mo b. Editions A46; S355; G258; RR452; P52480 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a frontispiece and 31 chapter illustrations newly engraved by unknown engraver after the designs by John Vanderbank (frontis) for London: Tonson, 1738, and Charles-Antoine Coypel (25), François Boucher (1), Charles-Nicolas Cochin Fils (2), Jacques-Philippe Le Bas (1) and Pierre-Charles Trémolières (2) for La Haye: Hondt, 1746. Cushing's copy contains only the frontis and nine illus. (vols. I and II). "The engraving is bad and very irregular, some of the plates seem even to be unfinished; altogether a worthless set" (Ashbee).
Description: It is the eighth edition of 1700 Motteux's translation, as revised by J. Ozell, with some notes. Cushing has volumes I and II, Quixote Part I.
1749 London J. and R. Tonson and S. Draper, and R. Dodsley The Life and Exploits of the ingenious gentleman Don Quixote de la Mancha Charles Jarvis ENG 2 8vo large b. Editions A45; S354; G257; RR451; P52483 TAMU
Illustrations: Has an allegorical frontispiece and 23 chapter illustrations designed by John Vanderbank and engraved by Gerard van der Gucht; same illustrations now newly engraved in reduced size, some turned, after London: Tonson, 1738 (one portrait + one frontis + 67 illus. + one tailpiece). "The engraving is quite up to the average of Vander Gucht's work" (Ashbee). This edition also includes ornamental headpieces, tailpieces and initials. Same plates will be used for London: Tonson, 1766.
Description: Second edition, in smaller size, after Tonson's first edition in 4to, London 1742. Bound in full modern brown leather.
1755 London A. Millar, et al. The History and Adventures of the Renowned Don Quixote Tobias Smollett ENG 2 4to large b. Editions A51; S356; G283; RR453; P52485; GG130-134 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains 28 illustrations by Francis Hayman (one frontis + 27 chapter illustrations) engraved by Charles Grignion (12), Simon François Ravenet (8), Gérard Scotin (6), and Johann Sebastien Müller (2), after a special series of drawings now in the print collection of the British Museum. The same drawings were newly-engraved by G. V. Neist in a smaller format for the second edition (1761), third (1765), fourth (1770), fifth (1782) editions, and for London: W. Longman, 1786. Givanel only mentions 25 illustrations.
Description: First edition of Tobias Smollett´s translation. A splendid edition, with armorial ex libris.
1756 London J. and R. Tonson, S. Drapper and R. and J. Dodsley The Life and Exploits of the Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote de la Mancha Charles Jarvis ENG 2 4to large b. Editions S357; G286; P52486; A410 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains an allegorical frontispiece and 67 chapter illustrations designed by John Vanderbank (frontis + 66) and William Hogarth (1) and engraved by Gerard van der Gucht (frontis + 61), Bernard Baron (1), George Vertue (1) and Claude du Bosc (4); and a portrait of Cervantes designed by William Kent and engraved by George Vertue. Has the same plates as in London: Tonson, 1738 Spanish edition (in 1738 there was also a tailpiece designed by John Vanderbank and engraved by P.F., but not re-used now) and London: Tonson, 1742 English edition. Also with ornamental initials, head and tailpieces. Ashbee only refers to 28 copper plates.
Description: Third edition of Jarvis' translation, second in 4to., with the Life of Cervantes by Mayans.
1765 London T. Osborne et al. The History and Adventures of the Renowned Don Quixote Tobias Smollett ENG 4 12mo b. Editions A53; S360; RR455 and 456; P52489 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains one frontispiece and 27 chapter illustrations copied and newly 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 1770 (fourth), and 1782 (fifth).
Description: Third edition. It is a reprint of the second edition, London 1761; rebound in 19th century half calf.
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