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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
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.
1853 New York D. Appleton Don Quixote de la Mancha Peter Motteux; Charles Jarvis; Tobias Smollett ENG 1 4to b. Editions S431; G834; P52554; RR508; A198; RR503; GG205-206 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes a frontispiece and 14 chapter illustrations engraved by John William Orr (xylographies). They are copies after John Gilbert's illustrations (London: Charles Daly, 1842; also in London: Bohn, 1842). "El inglés John Gilbert fue un hábil, jugoso y afortunado continuador de la obra vulgarizadora de Johannot" (GG205-206). Also in New York: Appleton, 1857.
Description: First edition thus. It is a revised translation. Cushing's copy lacks one illustration (DQ received by party girls at the inn).
1853 Paris Didier Histoire de Don Quichotte de la Manche F. Brotonne FRE 2 12mo b. Editions S654; P52832 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains two illustrated title pages (one repeated in both vols.) designed by Ange-Louis Janet "Janet Lange" and engraved by Rambert (first used for Paris: Didier, 1846) and 16 chapter illustrations designed by Nicolas-Toussaint Charlet (nine from Paris: Chez Marlin, 1830) and F. Courtin (seven from Paris: Hiard, 1832; also 1836) and engraved by Ferdinand-Sébastien Goulu (3), Auguste Dutillois (2), Antoine-Joseph Gaitte (2), Pierre-Nicolas Géraut (2), Jean-Jacques Frilley (5), Lefèvre Jne (1) and Tavernier (1).
Description: Same text as in the Paris 1837 edition of Brotonne's translation but with new illustrations. Charlet's illustrations appeared first in the Paris 1830 by Marlin.
1853 Paris Didier Librairie Don Quichotte Alonso Fernández de Avellaneda A. Germond de Lavigne FRE 1 8vo e. Continuations and Imitations TAMU
Illustrations: Illustrated title page
1854 Boston Little, Brown, and Co. The History of the Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote de la Mancha Peter Motteux John G. Lockhart ENG 4 8vo b. Editions S439 TAMU
Description: A new edition with copious notes and an essay on the Life of Cervantes by Lockhart; in Suñé dated 1865. American reprint of Edinburgh´s 1822 edition. Not in Palau
1854 London J. Cundall The Wanderings of Persiles and Sigismunda: a Northern Story Louisa Dorothea Stanley ENG 1 12mo a. Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Portrait of Cervantes in title page
1854 Madrid Librería de Oliveres Novelas ejemplares SPA 1 4to a. Editions P53446 TAMU
Illustrations: 24 lithographs in 2 colors designed and lithographed by Domingo Valdivieso Henarejos, printed by J. J. Martínez (Madrid) and J. Donon (Madrid).
1855-1859 Haarlem A. C. Kruseman De Vernuftige Jonkheer Don Quichotte van de Mancha C. L. Schuller DUT 4 12mo b. Editions R810; P53228; RR567 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a frontispiece and 55 vignettes (5 x 11) lithographed after Tony Johannot's designs for Paris: Dubochet, 1836-37. Also with illustrated front and back covers. Río y Rico also refers to a portrait in volume I engraved by J. Sluyter.
Description: First edition.
1855 London Henry G. Bohn Exemplary Novels Walter K. Kelly ENG 1 8vo a. Editions P53570 TAMU
Illustrations: Portrait of Cervantes designed by Vandergucht and engraved by John James Hinchliff.
Description: Edition adds La tía fingida and El Buscapié.
1855-1856 Madrid Francisco de P. Mellado Don Quijote de la Mancha SPA 2 4to b. Editions A229; S140; P52097; RR145; GG214-218; BN129 TAMU
Illustrations: Complete edition has 48 chapter illustrations designed by Célestin François Nanteuil-Leboeuf and lithographed in color by J. J. Martínez. "Es, tal vez, el primer ilustrador extranjero del Quijote, que ha podido leerlo y saborearlo en su idioma original, e imaginarlo además en su propia tierra. De ahí el hondo españolismo de su ilustración" (Givanel).
Description: Cushing's copy has only 12 plates in volume II.
1855 Syracuse, NY Hall and Hopkins The Little Don Quixote: a Story for Youth Robert R. Raymond ENG 1 12mo d. Children's Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Illustrated with four engravings by J. W. Orr.
Description: Details the adventures of a young orphan named Henry de Clerval and his faithful companion Jacquot, written for children and in the spirit of Cervantes "against aimless and extravagant efforts to do good." The Nutwood Library, number 1. Translated from the German.
1856 Madrid Imprenta de J. Rodriguez El Quijote de los niños SPA 1 8vo d. Children's Editions P52099; BN760 TAMU
Description: Adapted with notes by Fernando de Castro. First juvenile edition in Spanish.
1856 Paris Bernardin Béchet Histoire de Don Quichotte de la Manche Filleau de Saint Martin FRE 1 4to small b. Editions A211; S664 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a frontispiece unsigned and seven illustrations designed by Th. Guérin (6) and Joseph-Marie Foussereau (1) and engraved by Andrew, Best & Leloir, A. Pollet and Lacoste Aîné. Six of these illustrations first appeared in Paris: Maresq et Cie., 1847. Some also appear in Paris: Renault, 1846; Paris: Desbleds, 1847; Paris: Pigoreau, 1847; Paris: Bernardin-Béchet, 1891.
Description: Suñé cites similar edition from 1861.
1856 Wien Albert A. Wenedikt Abenteuer des sinnreichen Don Quixote und seines Knappen Sancho Pansa GER 1 12mo b. Editions S778; P53058 TAMU
Illustrations: 1 illustrated title page and 21 vignettes newly-engraved by unknown engraver after Tony Johannot's designs (Paris: Dubochet, 1836-37).
Description: Abridged edition.
1857 Berlin Verlag von Rich. Bong Don Quixote attended by the ladys at the Duchess' Palace GER 1 F f. Albums and Engravings TAMU
Illustrations: A large engraving by L. Barreau depicting Don Quixote being attended by the ladys at the Duchess' Palace.
Description: Published in Modern Kunst Illustrirte Zeitschrift XI.13
1857-1863 Glasgow, Edinburgh, London, New York William Mackenzie Portrait of Cervantes ENG 1 8vo f. Albums and Engravings A370 TAMU
Illustrations: Portrait of Cervantes newly engraved by E. Mackenzie (or F. Mackenzie) after Gregorio Ferro and Fernando Selma's print for Retratos de los Españoles Ilustres, con un epítome de sus vidas (Madrid: Imprenta Real, 1791). "An important portrait, well engraved" (Ashbee).
Description: From The Imperial Dictionary of Universal Biography: a Series of Original Memoirs of Distinguished Men, of all Ages and all Nations. Glasgow, Edinburgh, London, New York: William Mackenzie, 1857-1863, vol. I, f.p. 958.
1857 Madrid Biblioteca de Autores Españoles Libros de caballerías Pascual de Gayangos SPA 1 4to large a. Sources TAMU
Description: It includes an extensive catalogue of Spanish books of chivalry.
1857 New York Appleton Don Quixote de la Mancha Peter Motteux; Charles Jarvis; Tobias Smollett ENG 1 4to b. Editions S435; P52557; RR508 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a frontispiece and 14 chapter illustrations wood-engraved by John William Orr after John Gilbert's illustrations (London: Charles Daly, 1842; also in London: Bohn, 1842). It has the same wooden blocks first engraved for New York: Appleton, 1853.
Description: This is the second edition. Suñé estimates 1855 and 1869 for these editions.
1857 New York Leavitt and Allen Bros. Adventures of Don Quixote de la Mancha Charles Jarvis ENG 1 8vo b. Editions TAMU
Illustrations: 1000 plates and vignettes by Tony Johannot and others.
Description: Both parts in one volume. Not in Palau.
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