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1832 Barcelona Imprenta de la Viuda e Hijos de Gorchs El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha SPA 4 8vo large b. Editions A166; S98; G642; P52061; RR114; BN89 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a portrait of Cervantes after José del Castillo's design (Madrid: Ibarra, 1780) engraved by Amills and 15 chapter illustrations after José del Castillo's designs (2; Madrid: Ibarra, 1780), Antonio Carnicero's (1; Madrid: Ibarra, 1780) and José Rivelles' (12; Madrid: Imprenta Real, 1819) newly engraved by Masferrer (only three illus. are signed). Ashbee refers to one portrait + 16 engravings (one more after José del Castillo engraved by Masferrer in volume I) + one map. "The engraving is not bad, nor are the designs turned, although the architectural and other details are frequently modified" (Ashbee). Río y Rico refers to 16 illustrations only.
Description: Text of RAE Madrid 1780 edition with Pellicer's notes. It is nicely printed with beautiful types. Four volumes in two. In 1834 vol. V (Vida de Cervantes by Navarrete), and in 1835 vol. VI (Nuevas anotaciones) were added, also at the Cushing.
1832 London James Cochrane and Co. The Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves Tobias Smollett ENG 1 8vo e. Continuations and Imitations TAMU
Illustrations: Contains four illustrations by George Cruikshank, and a portrait of Oliver Goldsmith engraved by Freeman, from an original painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds
Description: Part of T. Roscoe's Novelist's Library; 2 vols. in 1, bound together with The Vicar of Wakefield by Oliver Goldsmith.
1832 Madrid Imprenta que fue de Fuentenebro El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha SPA 4 12mo b. Editions RR110; P52058; BN91; A164; RR110 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains 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). Same plates first engraved for Madrid: Imprenta Real, 1797.
Description: Text from Madrid, 1819 RAE edition; plates from Madrid, 1797 edition. "Hermoseada con las mismas cuarenta y ocho estampas que sirvieron de adorno á aquella [1797, Imprenta Real], las cuales están grabadas por los mejores profesores que ha habido en España, y han servido también de original para la última edición de París de Didot" (Advertencia del editor, vol. I, p. III). Ashbee and Río y Rico describe an edition by same editor from same year but with one portrait + 12 illus. (after 1819 RAE edition).
1832 Paris Julio Didot Mayor El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha Joaquín María de Ferrer SPA 2 32mo b. Editions A167; S86; G645; P52059; RR105,111; BN93 TAMU
Illustrations: Portrait of Cervantes engraved by E. Stalker after José del Castillo's design (Madrid: Ibarra, 1780) and Blas Ametller's frame (Madrid: Imprenta Real, 1819); two engraved title pages unsigned (used for both volumes); ten chapter illustrations engraved by E. Stalker (8) (two are unsigned) copied after Antonio Rodríguez' illustrations. (9; Madrid: Imprenta Real, 1797-98) and Achille Jacques Jean Devéria's (1; Paris: Delongchamp, 1825); and one map "CARTA GEOGRAFICA de los Viages de Dn. Quijote y sitios de sus Aventuras". Same portrait, title page, eight illustrations and a map first engraved for Paris: Julio Didot Mayor, 1827. The two unsigned illus. ("Agramant's camp" and "DQ with Montesinos") didn't appear in 1827. "Very pretty set" (Ashbee).
Description: Second miniature edition; it improves on 1827 first edition by Didot. Cushing's copy bound in vellum.
1832 Paris Bureau de la Bibliothèque des Collèges Histoire de l' incomparable Don Quichotte de la Manche M. G.-F. de Grandmaison-y-Bruno FRE 4 12mo b. Editions S615; P52791 TAMU
Illustrations: Portrait of Cervantes designed and engraved by Lefèvre Jne and three illustrations designed by Nicolas-Toussaint Charlet and engraved by Jean-Jacques Frilley (1), Ferdinand-Sébastian Goulu (1) and Tavernier (1), all as frontis. The same plates first engraved for Paris: Chez Marlin, 1830.
Description: Four volumes in two. Abridged translation adapting the text, with numerous changes.
1832 Philadelphia J. Crissy and J. Grigg The Life and Exploits of the ingenious gentleman Don Quixote de la Mancha Charles Jarvis ENG 4 12mo b. Editions LC406 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains four chapter illustrations placed as frontispieces engraved by William E. Tucker after Thomas Stothard's illustrations (London: C. Whittingham, 1809) and four illustrated title pages by the same engraver after Richard Westall's vignettes (London: Hurst & Co., 1820). Cushing's copy contains only volumes I and II (two title pages and two illus.). Same plates first engraved for Philadelphia: H. Adams, 1828.
Description: Palau mentions a 1830 edition. Cushing's copy lacks volumes III and IV (second part). Stereotyped by L. Johnson in 1832 after 1828 copy.
1833 London Effingham Wilson et al The History and Adventures of the Renowned Don Quixote Tobias Smollett ENG 3 8vo b. Editions A170; S410; G659; RR497; GG198 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains three frontispieces with portraits of Don Quixote, Sancho and Dulcinea designed by Joseph Kenny Meadows and engraved by J. Smith (maybe, John Orrin Smith) and 15 chapter illustrations designed and engraved by George Cruikshank. "Ambos artistas [Cruikshank and Meadows] demuestran que no habían sabido entender la inmortal novela" (Río y Rico). "Cruikshank es, indudablemente, un gran dibujante de los nuevos tiempos" (Givanel).
Description: Has a Memoir of the author by Thomas Roscoe; Part of Roscoe’s Novelist’s Library, vols. XIII-XV.
c1833 London Richardson & Clarke Don Quixote, or the Knight of the Woeful Countenance: A musical extravaganza, in two acts G. Almar W. T. Moncrieff ENG 1 8vo c. Adaptations A346 TAMU
Illustrations: With an engraving by Landells and a drawing by Seymour.
Description: A musical extravaganza played at the Surrey theater April 8, 1833, "printed from the acted copy, with copious remarks, critical and explanatory, by W.T. Moncrieff, to which are added a description of the costume -- entrances and exits -- and the whole of the stage business."
1833 London E. Wilson The History and Adventures of the Renowned Don Quixote: from the Spanish of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra Tobias Smollett ENG 3 8vo b. Editions S410; P52532; A170; RR497; GG198 TAMU
Illustrations: 3 frontispieces with portraits of Don Quixote, Sancho and Dulcinea designed by Joseph Kenny Meadows and engraved by J. Smith (maybe, John Orrin Smith) and 15 chapter illustrations designed and engraved by George Cruikshank. "Ambos artistas [Cruikshank and Meadows] demuestran que no habían sabido entender la inmortal novela" (Río y Rico). "Cruikshank es, indudablemente, un gran dibujante de los nuevos tiempos" (Givanel).
Description: Same as the first edition and published in London 1824 with a memoir of the author by Thomas Roscoe.
c1833 London Baldwin & Cradock Sancho at the Feast Served by his Physician ENG 1 F f. Albums and Engravings A169 TAMU
Illustrations: Designed by W. Hogarth and engraved by T. Cook, turned from the original.
Description: Published in the Works of W. Hogarth from the Original Plates restored by James Heath (London, 1833).
1833-1839 Madrid D. E. Aguado, impresor de Cámara de S.M. y de su Real Casa El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha, compuesto por Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra con el elogio de Cervantes por D. José Mor de Fuentes Diego Clemencín SPA 6 4to b. Editions S100; G657; P52063; RR115; BN95 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains one portrait of Diego Clemencín designed by Federico de Madrazo y Kuntz and lithographed by J. Jorro. "Han creido tambien hacer un obsequio al público, y aumentar el interés de este Comentario, con la publicacion del retrato litografiado de su autor, cuya modestia no le hubiera permitido hacer durante su vida lo que sus hijos y amigos creen tan oportuno despues de su muerte" (Advertencia, vol. 4). Río y Rico refers to two portraits (Clemecín's and Cervantes') + six illustrations; Cervantes' portrait and illus. after Madrid: Imprenta Real, 1819.
Description: Edition with extensive critical commentary and textual notes; contemporary binding.
1833-1834 Roma R. Gentilucci Le azioni piu celebrate del famoso cavaliere errante Don Chisciotte della Mancia inventate ed incise da Bartilomeo Pinelli Romano ITA 1 F oblong f. Albums and Engravings A175; GG198-199 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes 33 elephant size folio illustrations designed and etched by Bartolomeo Pinelli, from a complete set with 65 etchings. Plates missing: 1 - DQ at his library; 3 - DQ's dinner at inn; 5 - DQ knighted; 8 - DQ beaten by a groom; 9 - DQ and Pedro Alonso; 12 - DQ's new sally with SP; 13 - The windmills; 14 - DQ on guard while SP sleeps; 16 - The Basque lady; 17 - DQ and SP eating; 20 - SP takes DQ to an inn; 24 - The flock of sheep; 25 - The galley slaves; 26 - Cardenio into a trunk; 27 - DQ, SP, Cardenio and the goatherd; 28 - DQ's penance; 40 - DQ awaiting for SP near El Toboso; 42 - The cart of actors; 45 - DQ and the lion; 46 - Fencing duel between Corchuelo and a student; 47- (?); 49 - Maese Pedro and his ape; 51 - The enchanted boat; 52 - The Duchess; 53 - The boar hunt; 54 - (?); 55 - Clavileño's arrival; 56 - DQ and SP on Clavileño; 57 - Clavileño's explosion; 58 - End of Countess Trifaldi's adventure; 64 - DQ defeated; 65 - DQ's tomb with B. Pinelli.
Description: Set of illustrations, later published in book format by Gentilucci in 1834 and reproduced in the Roma: L'Unita, 1966 edition, also at the Cushing.
1833-1834 Roma R. Gentilucci Le azioni piu celebrate del famoso cavaliere errante Don Chisciotte della Mancia da Bartilomeo Pinelli Romano ITA 1 F oblong f. Albums and Engravings A175; GG198-199 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains 65 elephant size folio illustrations designed and etched by Bartolomeo Pinelli Romano.
Description: Set of illustrations published in book format by Gentilucci in 1834, and reproduced in the Roma: L'Unita, 1966 edition, which is also at the Cushing.
1834-1835 Barcelona Viuda e hijos de Gorchs Vida de Miguel de Cervantes Martín Fernández de Navarrete SPA 1 8vo a. Biography P52061 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a portrait of Cervantes by Amills, as frontis to the "Elogio."
Description: Edition in two volumes bound as one; with Vicente de los Ríos, Análisis de Quijote and the Elogio by José Mor de Fuentes, with its own title page (1835). Volumes V and VI of the edition were published by Gorchs in 1832.
1835 Paris En la librería europea de Baudry El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha, compuesto por Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra con el elogio de Cervantes por D. José Mor de Fuentes SPA 1 8vo b. Editions A183; S101; G670; P52065; RR116; BN98 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a portrait of Cervantes engraved by Blanchard after José del Castillo's design (Madrid: Ibarra, 1780) and one vignette in the title page engraved by Henri Désiré Porret. Ashbee refers to one portrait engraved by Blanchard + one title-vignette + one frontis ("Don mounted, followed by Sancho; above are the figures of folly and Cupid; to right, Dulcinea; to left, in background, a windmill") + 12 illustrations engraved by Villerey (only three signed) after J. Rivelles' designs (Madrid: Imprenta Real, 1819). "The engraving is unequal, the signed ones being superior to the others" (Ashbee). Río y Rico only refers to one portrait engraved by Geoffroy + one title-vignette + 12 illustrations engraved by Villerey. Title-vignette and illustrations re-printed for Paris: Baudry, 1840 and 1850; in these editions Cervantes' portrait engraved by Geoffroy.
Description: Includes Elogio de Cervantes by José Mor de Fuentes; text after the RAE Madrid 1819 edition; two tomes in one volume.
1835 Paris Didot Don Quichotte de la Manche Florian FRE 3 8vo b. Editions P52789; A156 TAMU
Illustrations: Edition has six chapter illustrations designed by Louis Choquet and engraved by Jean François Pourvoyeur (1), Antoine-Jean-Baptiste Coupé (1), Edme Bovinet (1), Johann Baptist Pfitzer (2) and Adrien Jacques Antoine Migneret (1). These illustrations were done first for the Paris: Briand, 1830 edition.
Description: Abbreviated edition of Don Quixote plus an adaptation of two novels: (Coloquio and La fuerza de la sangre).
1836 Boston Perkins y Marvin et al El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha. Nueva edición clásica. Francisco Sales SPA 2 8vo b. Editions A187; P52066; RR118; BN99 TAMU
Illustrations: Portrait of Cervantes engraved by David Claypoole Johnston after Achille Jacques Jean Devéria's (Paris: Delongchamps, 1825; based on José del Castillo's for Madrid: Ibarra, 1780), ten illustrations by George Cruikshank (7; copied after London: Effingham Wilson, 1833) and David Claypoole Johnston (3) and also engraved by Johnston, and a map engraved by George W. Boynton. "The designs of the three plates by Johnston are poor, and the engraving of all ten unsatisfactory" (Ashbee).
Description: This is the first USA edition published in Spanish. It contains notes from RAE, Pellicer's, Arrieta's and Clemencín's editions. "Edición muy estimable, por lo depurado del texto y la limpieza de la impresión" (Río y Rico).
1836-1837 Paris J.-J. Dubochet et Cie. L´ingénieux hidalgo Don Quichotte de la Manche Louis Viardot FRE 2 4to b. Editions A186; S620; G678 TAMU
Illustrations: Has two frontispieces, two title pages, nine headpieces, 487 vignettes, 131 tailpieces, 129 initials, seven chapter illustrations and a signature (768 xylographies) designed by Tony Johannot and engraved by Théodore Maurisset, Henri Désiré Porret, Andrew, Best & Leloir, Charles Thompson, Beneworth, Prosper-Adolphe-Léon Cherrier, Louis-Henri Breviere, Claude-Nicolas-Eugèns Guillaumot, Lacoste Pere and Freres, Petite, Aglaé Laisné, A. Pollet, Henri Pottin, Hippolyte Lavoignat, William Henry Powis, Jacques-Adrien Lavieille, J. Caqué, Pierre Verdeil, John Quartley, Chevauchet, M. V. Sears, Antoine Alphée Piaud, C. D. Laing, Auguste Jourdain, Rambert, Roux et Feret, Corvi, Budzilowicz, Alexandre-Nicolas Belhatte, Provost, Guilbaut, John Orrin Smith, Peupin, Desmarets, J. Gowland, Bastin, Paul Constant Soyer, Jean-Eugène Leclère, F. Grenan, Thomas Williams, Mary Ann Williams, Millet and Hale.
Description: This is the first edition with Johannot's desings, with notes and a Notice sur la vie et les ouvrages de Cervantes by Viardot; beautifully printed in excellent paper.
1836 Paris A. Hiard Histoire de l'admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche F. de Saint Martin FRE 5 12mo b. Editions A165; S619; RR354 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a portrait of Cervantes engraved by Auguste Dutillois after Achille Jacques Jean Devéria's (Paris: Delongchamps, 1825; based on José del Castillo's for Madrid: Ibarra, 1780) and 16 chapter illustrations designed by F. Courtin and engraved by Ferdinand-Sébastien Goulu (4), Auguste Dutillois (4), Blanchard (2), Ferdinand (2), Antoine-Joseph Gaitte (2) and Pierre-Nicolas Géraut (2). It was re-printed after Paris: Hiard, 1832. It has 11 illus. (vols. I - VII) about Cervantes' Don Quixote, and five illustrations (vols. VII - X) about Saint-Martin's Continuation.
Description: Ten tomes in five volumes. The last two include the Continuation by Saint-Martin. This is a reprint of the 1832 edition by the same publisher.
1837 Leipzig F. A. Brockhaus Die Leiden der Persiles und der Sigismunda Ludwig Tieck GER 2 8vo small a. Editions P53947 TAMU
Illustrations: 
Description: Vols. 23-24 of Bibliotheck Classischer Romane.
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