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1847 Paris Clarey Don Quichotte Florian FRE 2 8vo b. Editions P52814; A128 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes 16 illustrations newly engraved by Antoine-Jean-Baptiste Coupé (5), Louis Hercule Sisco (2), Barthélemey Joseph Fulcran Roger (3), Johannot (2), Leroux (2) and Alexandre Vincent Sixdeniers (2) after 10 designs by Richard Westall (London: Hurst, Robinson & Co., 1820). It has one design by Agustín Navarro (Madrid: Sancha, 1797), three by Robert Smirke (London: Cadell & Davies, 1818), one by Antonio Carnicero (Madrid: Ibarra, 1780) and one by Coypel (Paris: Surugue, 1723 and later years). It has the same plates from Paris: Chez Ant. Aug. Renouard, 1820; "a very pretty set" (Ashbee). Also in Paris: Ladrange, 1829 and Paris: Victor Lecou, 1845.
Description: Four volimes in two; a reprint of Paris 1820 edition.
1847 Paris E. Ducrocq Aventures de Don Quichotte de la Manche Filleau de Saint Martin, as rev. by l'Abbé Lejeune FRE 1 4to d. Children's Editions S640; G784; RR394; A410 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a frontispiece and 19 illustrations (five about Saint Martin's Continuation) designed by Célestin François Nanteuil-Leboeuf (frontis + six), Louis-Pierre-René Demoraine or De Moraine (9) and Frederic Bouchot (4) and engraved by François Auguste Trichon (frontis + 9), E. Bernard (2), Jean Achille Pouget (5), Budzilowicz (2) and Bertrand (1). Same illustrations first appeared in Paris: P. C. Lehuby, 1845.
Description: This is a revised text of the 1845 edition of both parts in one volume: "Nouvelle edition et nouvelle traduction". Published in "Librairie de l'enfance et de la jeunesse".
1847 Paris Marescq et Cie. Histoire de Don Quichotte de la Manche Filleau de Saint Martin FRE 1 8vo b. Editions A211; RR365, 398; P52816 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a frontispiece unsigned and six illustrations designed by Th. Guérin (5) and Joseph-Marie Foussereau (1) and engraved by Andrew, Best & Leloir, A. Pollet and Lacoste Aîné. It also has three illustrations designed by Tony Johannot and engraved by Louis-Henri Brévière and Lacoste Jeune for Paris: Dubochet, 1836-37. Some of these illustrations also appear in Paris: Renault, 1846; Paris: Desbleds, 1847; Paris: Pigoreau, 1847; Paris: Bernardin-Béchet, 1856 and 1891 (without Johannot's).
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1847 Paris Charpentier L´admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche M. Damas Hinard FRE 2 16mo b. Editions S638; P52815 TAMU
Illustrations: none
Description: Based on Viardot's translation, with a Life of Cervantes inspired by Navarrete's.
1847 Philadelphia Lea & Blanchard The History of Don Quixote de la Mancha Charles Jarvis ENG 2 8vo b. Editions G787; P52552; LC420; RR507 TAMU
Illustrations: Two frontispieces and 116 vignetes newly-engraved on wood by Gilbert & Gihon (Reuben S. Gilbert & William B. Gihon; 2 frontis + 58 vignettes for part I) and N. Orr & Richardson (Nathaniel Orr & James H. Richardson; 58 vignettes for part II) after Tony Johannot (Paris: Dubochet, 1836-37).
Description: "[...] The translation is that by Jarvis, which is acknowledged superior in both force and fidelity to all others. It has in some few instances been slightly altered to adapt it better to modern readers, or occasionally to suit it to the inimitable designs of Tony Johannot. These latter are admitted to be the only successful pictorial exponents of the wit and humor of Cervantes, and a choice selection of them have been engraved in the best manner [...]." (Advertisement of Lean and Blanchard's Publications included in vol. II). Stereotyped edition by J. Fagan.
1848 Boston Charles H. Peirce The History of Don Quixote de la Mancha ENG 1 8vo b. Editions S427; G786; P52551; A410 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a frontispiece, a illustrated title page and two chapter illustrations newly-engraved by Stephen Alonzo Schoff after Henry Warren's designs (frontis + titlepage, in London: Edward Lumley, c1847) and Tony Johannot's (two illustrations in Paris: Dubochet, 1836-37). Same in Hartford: Silas Andrus & Son, 1851.
Description: Abridged edition in 96 chapters.
1848 Tours A. Mame et Cie. L´ingénieux chevalier Don Quichotte de la Manche Anon. FRE 2 8vo b. Editions S643; G788; RR367; A235 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains illustrations (burin engravings) designed by Jean-Ignace-Isidore Gérard Grandville and engraved by François Théodore Ruhierre with frames designed and engraved (etching) by Adrien Feart. It has 24 illustrations (xylographs) designed by Jean-Ignace-Isidore Gérard Grandville and Karl Girardet and engraved by Barbant, Paul Constant Soyer, Chevauchet and Quichon (not all signed); and ornamental headpieces and initials (not about Don Quixote). It was re-printed for Tours: Mame et Cie., 1858. "Charming series, the wood-cuts being of their kind as delicate as the engravings" (Ashbee, about 1858). Also used or copied for Tours: Mame, 1870 (eight plates), 1877 (eight plates plus 24 wood-engravings) and 1885 (eight plates plus 44 wood-engravings).
Description: First edition thus. Abbreviated text. Decorated stamped covers in three colors and gold with the shields of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza.
1848 Venezia Sebastiano Tondelli L´ingegnoso cittadino don Chisciotte della Mancia opera di Michele di Cervantes Saavedra Bartolomeo Gamba ITA 1 4to b. Editions P53147; RR428 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a frontispiece (not specific about Don Quixote) and 11 illustrations designed by A. Berselli and P. Bedini and lithographed by Kirchmayr. These 11 illustrations are copied after Francesco Novelli's 32 plates for Venice: Alvisopoli, 1818 (and 1819); plates I, IV, VII - XII, XIV - XVII, XIX, XX, XXII, XXIII, XXV - XXIX have not been copied.
Description: Palau indicates 10 illustrations and 1858 as year of publication.
1849 Boston Little & Brown; Jaime Munroe & Cia; Crocker & Brewster; J. B. Dow El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha Francisco Sales SPA 2 8vo b. Editions P52067; RR118; A187 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), 10 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: 4th edition. Reprint of first edition Boston, 1836. Cushing has volume II only, so it lacks 1 portrait, 1 map and 6 illus. See complete set in Boston: Perkins & Brown, 1836.
1850 Paris Baudry, Librería Europea Obras de Miguel de Cervantes. El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha SPA 1 8vo large I. Complete Works S130; P51906; BN122; A183 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains one frontispiece unsigned (based on Charles-Antoine Coypel's design), a vignette in the title page engraved by Henri Désiré Porret, one portrait of Cervantes engraved by Geoffroy after José del Castillo's design (Madrid: Ibarra, 1780), and 12 chapter illustrations engraved by Villerey (Auguste Villerey?; only three are signed) after J. Rivelles' designs (Madrid: Imprenta Real, 1819). "The engraving is unequal, the signed ones being superior to the others" (Ashbee). Same plates first engraved for Paris: Baudry, 1835 (with portrait engraved by Blanchard). Also in Paris: Baudry, 1840 (portrait by Geoffroy); plus facsimile of a document (letter signed by Cervantes).
Description: Third edition after 1841 first edition of Obras Completas in 4 volumes, with Life of Cervantes by Navarrete. Text after RAE Madrid 1819 edition. Cushing has vol. 1 only.
1850 Paris Revue des deux mondes Don Quichotte ou les deux héritages, moralité à plusieurs personnages Prosper Mérimée FRE 1 8vo c. Adaptations TAMU
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Description: Volume VII, XX année- Nouvelle Période (1 julio, 1850), pp. 5-79. Pre-publication version of the least known of Mérimée´s plays. It was later published in 1853 under the title Deux héritages.
1850 (1882?) Paris Gustave Havard Don Quichotte de la Manche F. de Saint-Martin FRE 1 4to b. Editions S648; RR368; A186 TAMU
Illustrations: 110 vignettes by Tony Johannot (reproduced after those for Paris: Dubochet, 1836-37) and an ornamental headpiece as title page.
Description: Published in "Romans du jour illustres" collection. Text printed in two columns. Printed by H. Didot. Ashbee and others describe the 1850 edition with 120 illus. ("Èdition illustrée de 120 gravures par Tony Johannot"); Cushing's copy has not this indication.
c1850 Philadelphia W. A. Leary and Getz The Life and Exploits Don Quixote de Mancha Charles Jarvis ENG 1 16mo b. Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Contains four chapter illustrations (placed as frontispieces) by unknown engraver after designs by Antonio Carnicero (two from Madrid: Ibarra, 1780), José del Castillo (one from Madrid: Ibarra, 1780) and Isidro and Antonio Carnicero (one from Madrid: Ibarra, 1782). Same wooden-blocks first engraved for Exeter: J. & B. Williams, 1827-28, and 1843.
Description: Four tomes in one volume.
c1850 s/p s/p Don Quixote & Sampson Carrasco J. M. Wright ENG 4to f. Albums and Engravings TAMU
Illustrations: A print drawn by John Massey Wright and engraved by Archibald L. Dick.
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1851 Hartford Silas Andrus & Son The History of Don Quixote de la Mancha ENG 1 8vo b. Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a frontispiece, one illustrated title page and two chapter illustrations newly-engraved by Stephen Alonzo Schoff after Henry Warren's designs (frontis + titlepage; in London: Edward Lumley, c1847) and Tony Johannot's (two illustrations in Paris: Dubochet, 1836-37). It has the same plates first engraved for Boston: Peirce, 1848.
Description: Reprint of Boston, 1848 abbreviated in 96 chapters. It includes an engraved title page, New York: Nafis & Cornish, 1848. Stamped gold spine and covers.
c1852 London Willoughby Adventures of Don Quixote de la Mancha Charles Jarvis ENG 2 8vo b. Editions P52557 TAMU
Illustrations: Same illustrations by Tony Johannot published in Paris: Dubochet, 1836-37; includes some new ornamental tailpieces.
Description: Edition in two volumes (bound in 1 tome) after previous editions in 3 vols. by same printer/editor (London: J. J. Dubochet; Willoughby & Co., 1837; or London: Joseph Thomas; Willoughby & Co., 1840).
1852-1853 México Imprenta de la Voz de la Religión El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha Simón Blanquel SPA 2 8vo b. Editions S134; P52091; BN125 TAMU
Illustrations: A portrait of Cervantes and 44 chapter illustrations (all unsigned) copied and lithographed after Tony Johannot's designs (Paris: Dubochet, 1836-37). The copies were done after Joaquín Heredia's lithographies for Mexico: Ignacio Cumplido, 1842.
Description: Second illustrated edition of the Quixote published in Mexico. volume I dated 1852; volume II dated 1853.
1852 Paris and Limoges Chez Martial Ardant Frères Le Don Quichotte de Cervantes H. Bouchon Dubournial FRE 1 8vo d. Children's Editions A222; S652; P52828 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes a portrait engraved by Auguste Henri Berthoud (Cervantes as soldier), four chapter illustrations engraved by Clemarec and eight unsigned vignettes newly-engraved after Agustín Navarro (1), Robert Smirke (1) and Richard Westall (6) appearing in London: Hurst, Robinson and Co., 1820 and Paris: Clarey, 1847.
Description: Ed. revised by L'Abbé Paul Jouhanneaud. Abridged edition of both parts for young readers for the "Librairie des bons livres".
1852 Philadelphia Crissy & Markley The Life and Exploits of the Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote de la Mancha Charles Jarvis ENG 2 12mo b. Editions TAMU
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Description: Not in Suñé or Palau.
1853-1854 Madrid En casa del editor El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha Francisco Bonosio Piferrer SPA 4 4to b. Editions S136; G833; P52093; A93; RR86, 143; GG161-164; BN126 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 has 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). Contains a headpiece designed by Luis Paret and engraved by Juan Moreno Tejada. Ashbee counts two of Cervantes' portraits and 31 chapter illustrations. "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). Rio Rico refers to a portrait + 34 illustrations; he does not mention the headpiece. "Nada tienen de extraordinario, pues se limitan a continuar la tradición académica indígena" (Givanel 161-164). It has the same plates first used for Madrid: Sancha, 1797-98 (another headpiece by Paret/Tejada and three maps of this same edition have not been re-printed). It includes a "Pauta y esplicación de las estampas" (missing for vol. IV).
Description: Printed by José Repullés. Text follows Pellicer's 1797 edition.
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