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1808 London Printed for Appleyards, by G.E. Miles Plot and Counterplot, or The Portrait of Michael Cervantes Michel Dieulafoy Charles Kemble ENG 1 8vo g. Other TAMU
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Description: A farce in two acts performed at the Theater Royal, Haymarket. A translation adapting Le portrait de Michel Cervantes, ou L´Intrigue espagnole by Michel Dieulafoy. It first appeared on stage in 1799, and was published in 1802.
1808a Paris H. Nicolle Don Quichotte de la Manche Florian FRE 6 18vo b. Editions S588; A410 TAMU
Illustrations: The edition contains 24 illustrations 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. It has the same plates first engraved for Paris: Didot L'Aîné-Deterville, 1799, but now without frames. Also without frames in Paris: Briand, 1810(b).
Description: This is the third edition.
1808b Paris Chez Nicolle Don Quichotte de la Mancha Florian FRE 6 12mo b. Editions A106; RR344 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains six plates (four vignettes on each plate) as frontis, engraved by Jean-Baptiste Bigant. These 24 illustrations first appeared in 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 for Paris: Didot-Deterville, 1799. "The engraving is fairly good" (Ashbee). Same plates first engraved by Bigant for Paris: Chez Gide, 1806.
Description: Missing title page vol. 6.
1809 London C. Chapple 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 16mo e. Continuations and Imitations R484 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains six illustrations by T. Uwins.
Description: First edition thus of Joseph Andrews, first published published in 1742.
1809 London Printed by W. Lewis for S. A. and H. Oddy The Life and Exploits of the Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote de la Mancha Charles Jarvis ENG 2 8vo b. Editions A110; S392; G511; RR478; P52511 TAMU
Illustrations: The complete edition with two frontispieces (one repeated in each tome) designed by Craig and engraved by Mackenzie. Contains a portrait of Cervantes engraved by B. Lane after José del Castillo's design (Madrid: Ibarra, 1780); 17 illustrations engraved by B. Lane (12), Mackenzie (1), Burke (3) and H. R. Cooke (1) after designs by Charles-Antoine Coypel (seven from La Haye: Hondt, 1746), John Vanderbank (five from London: Tonson, 1738), Pierre-Charles Trémolières (one from La Haye: Hondt, 1746), Antonio Carnicero (one from Madrid: Ibarra, 1780), José del Castillo (one from Madrid: Ibarra, 1780) and Daniel-Nicolas Chodowiecki (two from Leipzig: Caspar Fritsch, 1780-81). It also has a map of Spain and Portugal unsigned. Cushing's copy lacks the portrait and an the illustration ("SANCHO'S AMOUR" by Chodowiecki and Lane). Those two illustrations by Chodowiecki are about Avellaneda's Continuation, but they have been placed illustrating Cervantes' text. Ashbee only refers to one portrait and two allegorical titlepages, 16 engravings and a map.
Description: Printed by W. Lewis. Good edition with notes from the editions by Bowle, Pellicer and RAE, and the Life of Cervantes extracted from Mayans' Vida de Cervantes, 1737.
1809 London John Sharpe The Life and Exploits of the ingenious gentleman Don Quixote de la Mancha Charles Jarvis ENG 4 12mo b. Editions A112; S391; RR479 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains four illustrated title pages and four chapter illustrations as frontispieces designed by Thomas Stothard and engraved by Cosmo Armstrong (2), Abraham Raimbach (2), William Bromley I (2) and Francis Engleheart (2). These four illustrations were copied in Philadelphia: J. Crissy & J. Grigg, 1832. "A pretty set" (Ashbee).
Description: Printed by C. Whittingham. With abridged text of Cervantes' Life by Pellicer.
1809 London J. Walker and others The History of the Adventures of the Renowned Don Quixote T. Smollett ENG 2 12mo b. Editions P52510 TAMU
Illustrations: 2 frontispieces and 2 illustrated title pages designed by Thomas Uwins and engraved by Giovanni Vendramini. Not the same illustrations by the same artist for London: Walker, 1818.
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1809 Londres Didier et Tebbett Don Quichotte de la Manche Florian FRE 3 16mo b. Editions S590; P52769; A96; RR343 TAMU
Illustrations: 24 chapter illustrations newly-engraved by unknown engraver after the designs of Jean-Jacques-François Le Barbier and Claude? Lefebvre (first published in Paris: Didot L'aîné-Deterville, 1799). Changes in captions.
Description: Printed in London by C. Spilsbury, using Paris: P. Didot l’aîné, 1799 edition. 6 tomes in 3 vols. Cushing has vol.1, tomes 1 and 2 (8 illus).
1809 Paris Le Normant Nouvelles de Michel Cervantès H. Bouchon Dubournial FRE 4 12mo a. Editions P53540 TAMU
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Description: Four volumes in two, with the Life of Cervantes in volume I. Beautiful copy bound in leather.
1810 London William Miller The Life and Exploits of the Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote de la Mancha Charles Jarvis ENG 4 8vo b. Editions S393; A102, 410; RR476, 481 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a portrait of Cervantes based on José del Castillo's design (Madrid: Ibarra, 1780) and newly-engraved by Anker Smith. It also has 19 chapter illustrations designed by Thomas Stothard (7), Jones (1), Banks (1), John Thurston (1), Samuel Shelley (1) and nine unsigned (copied from Madrid: Ibarra, 1780) and engraved by Cosmo Armstrong (3), James Fittler (4), James Neagle (3), William Byrne (2), James Heath (2), Anker Smith (2), Milton (1), Joseph Collyer (1) and Paton Thomson (1). It has a map based on José de Hermosilla's map (Madrid: Ibarra, 1780) and newly engraved by Samuel John Neele. Same plates first engraved for London: Miller, 1801.
Description: Second printing, same as Miller's 1801 edition, with same plates and map. "Embellished with new engravings, and a map of part of Spain" (title page). Cushing's copy bound in diced Russia leather, with armorial bookplate of William Wynne Sparrow.
1810a Paris Briand, Libraire Don Quichotte de la Manche Florian FRE 6 16mo b. Editions A113; S591; G519; RR344, 345 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains six plates (four vignettes on each plate) newly engraved by Macret. Cushing's copy is wanting the last plate (Sancho arriving to Barataria, Teresa Panza and the page, don Quixote and the nets, and don Quixote's death). These 24 illustrations first appeared in 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 for Paris: Didot-Deterville, 1799. The same 24 illustrations also appear without frames in Paris: H. Nicolle, 1808 and unsigned in Paris/London: Didot/Didier et Tebbett, 1809. Also newly engraved by Bigant in six plates (four little vignettes for each plate) for Paris: Chez Gide, 1806 and Paris: H. Nicolle, 1809, and also by an anonymous engraver (six plates, with 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 editions after 1799, as in ours, with Antonio Carnicero's illustration "Don Quixote attacking the puppets" (Madrid: Ibarra, 1780).
Description: Cushing's copy is wanting last volume. It is a reprint of the Paris 1799 edition in a reduced size. It is by the same editor and in same year two editions with the same illustrations, but one in 24 plates (b) and the other in six plates (with four vignettes each) (a).
1810b Paris Briand Don Quichotte de la Manche Florian FRE 6 12mo b. Editions S591; A113; RR344, 345 TAMU
Illustrations: This edition contains 24 illustrations 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, now without frames. Also without frames in Paris: H. Nicolle, 1808.
Description: Part of Florian's Oeuvres de Florian; Ouvrage Posthume. By same editor and in same year two editions with the same illustrations, but one is in 24 plates (b) and the other in six plates (with four vignettes each) (a).
1811 London J. Stratford The History and Adventures of the Renowned Don Quixote Tobias Smollett ENG 2 8vo b. Editions A114 TAMU
Illustrations: A frontispiece and 12 chapter illustrations newly-engraved by A. Warren (Alfred William Warren?; frontis + 2), M. N. Bate (2), Philip Audinet (1), and F. Deeves (3) (4 unsigned) after designs by Francis Hayman for London: A. Millar, 1755.
Description: Two volumes in one. "Published in parts, in pink wrappers" (A114).
1811-1812 Philadelphia Birch & Small The History and Adventures of the Renowned Don Quixote Tobias Smollett ENG 4 12mo b. Editions P52516 TAMU
Illustrations: none
Description: Reprint of the 1803 first American edition. It is in four volumes. The first volume is wanting.
1812 Paris Chez Ant. Aug. Renouard Don Quichotte de la Manche Florian FRE 4 12mo b. Editions A115; S593; P52770; RR346 TAMU
Illustrations: This edition contains six plates with four vignettes each plate (24 illustrations) by an anonymous engraver. These illustrations first appeared in 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 for Paris: Didot-Deterville, 1799. These 24 illustrations also appear without frames in Paris: H. Nicolle, 1808 and unsigned in Paris/London: Didot/Didier et Tebbett, 1809. Also newly engraved by Bigant in six plates (four little vignettes for each plate) for Paris: Chez Gide, 1806 and Paris: H. Nicolle, 1809, and also newly engraved by Macret (six plates, four vignettes on each plate) for Paris, Briand, 1810. Lebarbier's illustration "Basile, dit-elle, Basile, recevez ma main & ma foi" was replaced in some editions after 1799, as in here, with Antonio Carnicero's illustration "Don Quixote attacking the puppets" (Madrid: Ibarra, 1780). Same plates also used for Paris: Renouard, 1820.
Description: After the Paris: Briand, 1810 edition.
1813 London George Robinson Galatea: A Pastoral Romance W.M. Craig ENG 1 8vo b. Adaptations Urbina
Illustrations: Portrait of Cervantes by G. Kent engraved by Henry Adland, and 12 plates by XImeno engraved by various artists.
Description: Translated from the French adaptation of Cervantes' novel by Florian.
1814-1815 New York D. Huntington The History and Adventures of the Renowned Don Quixote Tobias Smollett ENG 4 16mo b. Editions S395; G535; RR484; P52517; A410 TAMU
Illustrations: 4 illustrated title-pages with vignettes designed and engraved by William Satchwell Leney (1 after Isidro and Antonio Carnicero's design for Madrid: Ibarra, 1782) and 4 chapter illustrations (placed as frontispieces) newly engraved by William Satchwell Leney after designs by Antonio Carnicero (2 from Madrid: Ibarra, 1780), José del Castillo (1 from Madrid: Ibarra, 1780; wrongly-signed by Bernardo Barranco) and Isidro and Antonio Carnicero (1 from Madrid: Ibarra, 1782). The same in xilographic copies in Exeter: J. & B. Williams, 1827-28.
Description: Second edition with illustrations published in the USA; small type but well printed by Van Winkle and Wiley.
1814 Paris; London Bossange y Masson El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha compuesto por Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra J. Rene Masson SPA 7 8vo small b. Editions A116; S77; G534; P52040; RR97; BN75 TAMU
Illustrations: Portrait of Cervantes newly done by unknown engraver after Antonio Carnicero's portrait for the Madrid: Ibarra, 1782 edition (based on José del Castillo´s design for Madrid: Ibarra, 1780); a map designed and engraved by Ambrosio Tardieu; and 39 chapter illustrations newly engraved by unknown French engravers (of various quality) after designs by José del Castillo (6), Antonio Carnicero (19), José Brunete (1), Bernardo Barranco (1), Gerónimo Gil (1) and Gregorio Ferro (1) from Madrid: Ibarra, 1780, and by Isidro and Antonio Carnicero (10) from Madrid: Ibarra, 1782. "Ejemplar en gran papel, muy bien impreso; hermosa edición, conforme a la segunda de la Academia y con magníficas láminas dobles, en negro e iluminadas" (Río y Rico). In Cushing´s copy all the illustrations are in black and white.
Description: Contains six volumes, plus one additional volume (VII) with Vicente de los Rios' Vida de Cervantes and the notes taken from Pellicer's edition.
1816 Madrid Imprenta de Sánchez Novelas exemplares SPA 2 12mo a. Editions P53426 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains 12 illustrations by Adam after those of José Antonio Ximeno and others, in Sancha's edition (Madrid, 1783), executed rather poorly.
Description: This is the same edition as Perpiñan: J. Alzine, 1816, with a different title page.
1818 London Published by J. Walker The Life & Exploits of Don Quixote de la Mancha Tobias Smollett ENG 2 16mo b. Editions A118; S396; G556; RR485; P52519; GG252 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains two chapter illustrations (placed as frontispieces) and two title pages with vignettes designed by Thomas Uwins and engraved by Alfred William Warren. "They are well drawn and finely engraved" (Ashbee). Also in London: Noble, 1846.
Description: Fine edition, nicely printed on excellent paper.
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