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1837 London Whittaker Rambles in the Footsteps of Don Quixote H. D. Inglis ENG 1 8vo b. Geography and History A347; G701 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains two color and six black and white engravigns by G. Cruikshank. Only one of the illustrations refers to the Quixote.
Description: Includes travel descriptions of La Mancha.
1837 Paris Lefevre; A. Desrez Histoire de Don Quijote de la Manche F. de Brotonne FRE 2 8vo large b. Editions S622; G693; A410; RR357 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a portrait of Cervantes by Geoffroy copied after José del Castillo's (Madrid: Ibarra, 1780). Ashbee refers to eight steel plates and Río y Rico refers to one portrait plus eight illustrations by Coupé, Leroux, Roger and others, but in fact this edition was published only with the portrait.
Description: Excellent typography and translation after those by Oudin et Rosset, Fillet de Saint-Martin, Florian, Bouchon-Dubournial and Delaunay.
1837 Paris Huzard Histoire de l'admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche Filleau de Saint -Martin FRE 3 8vo b. Editions S623; G691; A410; RR358 TAMU
Illustrations: Portrait of Cervantes designed by Achille Jacques Jean Devéria and engraved by Lefêvre Jne. and 5 chapter illustrations designed by Devéria and engraved by Jean-Claude-Auguste Fauchery, François Jacques Dequevauviller, Alexandre Vincent Sixdeniers and Pierre Pelée (one unsigned). It also has three illustrations about Cervantes' Don Quixote and two illustrations about Saint-Martin's Continuation. Same plates first used for Paris: Delongchamps, 1825. The same illustrations are in Paris: chez Menard, 1837-1838 and in a set with Devéria's designs (Paris: Corbet Ainé, 1839).
Description: Volume III was printed by Imprimerie de J.-A. Boudon.
1837-1838 Stuttgart Verlag der Classiker Der sinnreiche Junker Don Quixote von La Mancha Bertuch, Soltau H. Heine GER 2 4to b. Editions S768; P53052 TAMU
Illustrations: T. Johannot's engravings from Paris 1836-1837 edition.
Description: First edition of Soltau's revised translation based on F. Bertuch's translation (1776), with a new introductory Prologue by Heinrich Heine.
1837 Zaragoza Polo y Monge El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha SPA 2 8vo small b. Editions S104; P52068; A410; RR108; BN102 TAMU
Illustrations: Three chapter illustrations engraved by J. G. Lafuente after Antonio Rodríguez' illustrations for Madrid: Imprenta Real, 1797-98. Ashbee refers to ten copper-plates. Río y Rico (Zaragoza: Polo y Monge, 1831) refers to five illustrations by J. G. Lafuente.
Description: Text as in the 1831 edition by same publisher.
1838 Paris J.-J. Dubochet et Cie. Les Nouvelles de Cervantes Louis Viardot FRE 2 8vo a. Editions P53542 TAMU
Illustrations: 2 vignettes on cover and title pages.
Description: First edition thus, with annotations by the translator; omits translation of El licenciado Vidriera but including La tia fingida and Adjunta del Parnaso.
1839 London T. Tegg The Life and Writings of Cervantes Thomas Roscoe ENG 1 12mo a. Biography G719; RR1590 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a portrait of Cervantes newly-engraved by William Dean Taylor after Gregorio Ferro and Fernando Selma's print for Retratos de los Españoles Ilustres, con un epítome de sus vidas (Madrid: Imprenta Real, 1791). Also in London: George Bell & Sons, 1882.
Description: With a brief account of Cervantes' life.
1839 London Printed for A. K. Newman and Co. The Life and Exploits of Don Quixote de la Mancha: with the Humorous Conceits of his Facetious Squire, Sancho Panca (sic). ENG 1 12mo d. Children's Editions A189 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains 12 illustrations engraved by C. Knight, most of them based on previous illustrations. "They are fairly well drawn and carefully engraved, chiefly in stipple" (Ashbee). Same plates re-printed in London: Newman, 1840.
Description: Rare title not in Rius, Suñé or Palau. The text is a reprint of the London 1778 edition; abridged text. Rpt. in 1840.
1839 Paris Chez Corbet Ainé Histoire de l'admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche Filleau de Saint Martin FRE 1 8vo b. Editions A143; S627; G716; RR358 TAMU
Illustrations: With a portrait of Cervantes designed by Achille Jacques Jean Devéria and engraved by Lefêvre Jne., one illustrated title page with a vignette designed by V. A. and engraved by Henri Désiré Porret, and five chapter illustrations designed by Devéria and engraved by Jean-Claude-Auguste Fauchery, François Jacques Dequevauviller, Alexandre Vincent Sixdeniers and Pierre Pelée (one unsigned). It has three illustrations about Cervantes' Don Quixote and two illustrations about Saint-Martin's Continuation. Same plates first used for Paris: Delongchamps, 1825. The same illustrations appear in Paris: Chez Menard, 1837-1838 and in Paris: Huzard, 1837. Now, the plates very much worn. The engraved title page is new.
Description: Rare title not in Palau. It was printed by Huzard.
1840 London Printed for A. K. Newman and Co. The Life and Exploits of Don Quixote de la Mancha: with the Humorous Conceits of his Facetious Squire, Sancho Panca (sic). ENG 1 12mo d. Children's Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Contains 12 illustrations engraved by C. Knight, most of them based on previous illustrations. "They are fairly well drawn and carefully engraved, chiefly in stipple" (Ashbee). Same plates first-engraved for London: Newman and Co., 1839.
Description: Identical to 1839 edition by same publisher. Abridged edition not in Palau.
1840 Madrid Imprenta de la Venta Pública Historia de la vida y hechos del ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha SPA 4 8vo small b. Editions S110; P52072; A410; RR123; BN107 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a frontispiece, four illustrated title pages and 20 chapter illustrations engraved by Francisco Miranda (frontis + title pages + six), M. Álvarez (6) and N. Cobo (6) (two unsigned) after Antonio Rodríguez' designs for Madrid: Imprenta Real, 1797. Cushing's copy lacks the frontis (volume I) and two illustrated title pages (volumes III and IV). Same plates first engraved for Madrid: Vega, 1804.
Description: The same plates first engraved for the Madrid, 1804 edition. The illustrations come from the Madrid: Imprenta Real, 1797 edition.
1840 Pforzheim Dennig, Finck & Co. Muster Novellen/Romane und Novellen F.. M. Duttenhofer GER 2 8vo a. Editions P53586 TAMU
Illustrations: 35 illustrations by Laville and Anderen (vol. 1) , and Tony Johannot (vols. 2-4).
Description: 4 volumes in 2, published in series Romane un Novellen 7-10. Volumes 2, 3 and 4 and different title page and title: Romane und Novellen.
1840b Philadelphia J. Crissy The Life and Exploits of the Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha Charles Jarvis ENG 4 12mo b. Editions P52529 TAMU
Illustrations: The edition has 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 (dated 1828) after Richard Westall's vignettes (London: Hurst & Co., 1820). Same illustrations first engraved for Philadelphia: H. Adams, 1828; also in Philadelphia: J. Crissy and J. Grigg, 1830 (and 1832); and Philadelphia: J. Crissy & Markley, 1848.
Description: Copy B: Stereotyped by L. Johnson after the 1828 edition. It has the Life of the Author signed by S. J. Four volumes in two. Palau dates it in 1830.
1841 Barcelona Imprenta de J. Mayol y Compañía Vida y hechos del ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha SPA 3 8vo small b. Editions S113; P52076; BN109 TAMU
Illustrations: Editions has a portrait of Cervantes engraved by Antonio Roca y Sallent and 11 plates from the 1797 edition (Madrid, Imprenta Real), newly engraved by Pablo Alabern.
Description: Cushing's copy lacks the illustration placed as the frontis in volume III (DQ and SP on Clavileño).
1841 London John Murray Ancient Spanish Ballads; Historical and Romantic J.G. Lockhart ENG 1 4to g. Other TAMU
Illustrations: 6 full page illustrations and 71 textual b&w vignettes by William Allan, David Roberts, William Simson, Henry Warren, C. E. Aubrey and William Harvey, engraved on wood by H. Vizetelly, Orrin Smith, S. Williams, etc. Colored titles, borders, ornamental letters and vignettes designed by Owen Jones consisting of an illuminated half title, title & verso of title and 3 other title pages printed in colors & gold. "A landmark in the history of the book, one of the earliest examples of chromolithography being employed for illustration. . .it has a justifiable claim as the first true illustrated book in trade edition form." (David Miller Private Library Vol.9:4, 1986).
Description: New edition, revised. First edition 1823. Spanish poems relating to the Twelve Peers of France, mentioned in Don Quixote with English Metrical Versions by Thomas Rodd. Printed by Vizetelly Brothers. Includes the Romantic Ballads: The Escape of Gayferos and Melisendra.
1841 Paris Baudry, Librería Europea Obras de Miguel de Cervantes: Trabajos de Persiles y Sigismunda: historia setentrional; La Galatea, Viaje al Parnaso, y Obras dramáticas SPA 2 8vo I. Complete Works P53916 TAMU
Illustrations: 
Description: First edition;2 vols. of 6, in the "Colección de los mejores autores españoles," vol. XXV and XXVI, with the "Vida de Cervantes", by M. Fernández de Navarrete.
1842 Halifax Joseph Hartley The History of Don Quixote de la Mancha T. Smollett ENG 1 16mo b. Editions S423 TAMU
Illustrations: 1 chapter illustration as frontispiece and illustrated title page by Stephenson, engraved by Royston; stamped decorative cover. Same plates first-engraved for Halifax: Hartley, 1839.
Description: Abridged text; reprint 1839 edition.
1842 London Henry Bohn Don Quixote de la Mancha ENG 2 4to small b. Editions A198; S421; G736; P52545; RR503 TAMU
Illustrations: Same vignettes and chapter illustrations designed by Tony Johannot for Paris: Dubochet, 1836-37 (see details in that edition). It has 16 chapter illustrations designed by John Gilbert and engraved by Cosmo Armstrong (2; and with his son, 4), J. Walmsley (3), Folkard (2) and Slaver (2) (three are unsigned) for London: Charles Daly, 1842 (see details in that edition). Some of the these illustrations later appeared together in London: Bohn, 1847.
Description: Printed by G. Norman. Excellent edition printed on quality paper.
1842 London Charles Daly Don Quixote de la Mancha M. Smirke ENG 1 8vo b. Editions A198; S422; P52544; GG205-206 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a frontispiece, an illustrated tittle page and 16 chapter illustrations designed by John Gilbert and engraved by Cosmo Armstrong (titlepage + 2; and with his son, 4), J. Walmsley (3), Folkard (frontis + 2) and Slaver (2) (three are unsigned). The engraved title page is dated 1841. Ashbee refers to the engraver Slaver (?) as "Blauer". "El inglés John Gilbert fue un hábil, jugoso y afortunado continuador de la obra vulgarizadora de Johannot" (Givanel). Gilbert's illustrations were reprinted in London: Bohn, 1843 (frontis + title page + 14 illus.); and in London: Bohn, 1842 (frontis + 15 illus.; and 1847) with Johannot's illustrations (from Paris: Dubochet, 1836-37). Also copied (frontis + 14 illus.) in New York: Appleton, 1853.
Description: Includes Life of Cervantes. Text printed in double columns by Bensley.
1842-C London Murray Lockhart's Spanish Ballads ENG d. Miscellaneous TAMU
Illustrations: 
Description: Copy from the Thomas F. Collison and Elizabeth Mason Collison Cervantes Collection donated by Bob and Malinda Wolter. Missing title page.
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