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1858 Tours A. Mame et Cie. L´ingénieux chevalier don Quichotte de la Manche Anon. FRE 1 8vo b. Editions A235; S660; RR367; G788 TAMU
Illustrations: There are eight chapter illustrations (burin engravings printed on China paper) designed by Jean-Ignace-Isidore Gérard Grandville and engraved by François Théodore Ruhierre with frames designed and engraved (etching) by Adrien Feart, and 24 vignettes (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 initials (not about Don Quixote). It was re-printed after Tours: Mame et Cie., 1848. "Charming series, the wood-cuts being of their kind as delicate as the engravings" (Ashbee). Also used or copied for Tours: Mame, 1870 (eight plates), 1877 (eight plates plus 24 wood-engravings) and 1885 (eight newly-engraved wood-engravings plus 44 wood-engravings).
Description: This is a reprint from the 1848 edition, both parts in one volume. The text is with further abreviations.
1859 Barcelona Tomás Gorchs El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha SPA 2 F b. Editions A238; S147 and 204; P52104; RR83; GG48-50 and 220-221; BN134 Biblioteca Nacional
Illustrations: 1 portrait of Cervantes designed by Luis Madrazo y Kuntz and engraved by Pedro Hortigosa; 12 chapter illustrations designed by Joaquín Espalter y Rull (1), Luis Ferrant y Llausas (2), Bernardino Montañés (1), Luis de Madrazo (1), Claudio Lorenzale y Sugranes (1), José María Bracho y Murillo (1), Carlos Luis de Ribera y Fieve (1), Ricardo de Madrazo y Garreta (1), Miguel Fluyxench y Trell (1), Ramón Martí y Alsina (1) and Eusebio Planas (1) and engraved by Estevanillo or Estebanillo (6), D. Martínez (1), Pedro Hortigosa (2), Antonio Roca y Sallent (1) and Ángel Fatjó y Bartra; 2 headpieces designed and engraved by Estevanillo; 128 initials designed by Estevanillo, Lechard, Carnicero, Isaias Llopis y Sánchez, Tomás Moragas y Torras and J. Gironella and engraved by Abadal, Carnicero, N. Branguli, D. Martínez, N. Surroca, P. Mullor, Ricord, Turner and Piquer (not all signed and not always with Don Quixote subjects); several ornamental tailpieces; and 1 map by Manuel Antonio Rodríguez and Juan Antonio Pellicer (copied from Madrid: Sancha, 1797 - 98). Same illustrations also in Barcelona: Biblioteca Ilustrada Espasa, 1880.
Description: Deluxe edition. Digital images from copy at the Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid (Cerv./743-744). Neither the initials nor other ornaments, although included in this copy, have been scanned.
1859 Barcelona Tomás Gorchs El Ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha SPA 2 Folio b. Editions A238; S147 and 204; P52104; RR83; GG48-50 and 220-221; BN134 TAMU
Illustrations: Has a portrait of Cervantes designed by Luis Madrazo y Kuntz and engraved by Pedro Hortigosa; also contains 12 chapter illustrations designed by Joaquín Espalter y Rull (1), Luis Ferrant y Llausas (2), Bernardino Montañés (1), Luis de Madrazo (1), Claudio Lorenzale y Sugranes (1), José María Bracho y Murillo (1), Carlos Luis de Ribera y Fieve (1), Ricardo de Madrazo y Garreta (1), Miguel Fluyxench y Trell (1), Ramón Martí y Alsina (1) and Eusebio Planas (1) and engraved by Estevanillo or Estebanillo (6), D. Martínez (1), Pedro Hortigosa (2), Antonio Roca y Sallent (1) and Ángel Fatjó y Bartra; two headpieces designed and engraved by Estevanillo; 128 initials designed by Estevanillo, Lechard, Carnicero, Isaias Llopis y Sánchez, Tomás Moragas y Torras and J. Gironella and engraved by Abadal, Carnicero, N. Branguli, D. Martínez, N. Surroca, P. Mullor, Ricord, Turner and Piquer (not all signed and not always with Don Quixote subjects); has several ornamental tailpieces; and a map by Manuel Antonio Rodríguez and Juan Antonio Pellicer (copied from Madrid: Sancha, 1797 - 98). Same illustrations also appear in Barcelona: Biblioteca Ilustrada Espasa, 1880.
Description: Deluxe folio edition. Cushing's copy lacks Cervantes' portraits.
1859 Limoges Martial Ardant Frères Don Quichotte de la jeunesse René D´Isle FRE 1 8vo d. Children's Editions A240; S663 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes four chapter illustrations (one placed as frontis) by unknown designer and engraver. Same illustrations first appeared in Paris: Ch. Warée, 1844.
Description: Abridged and adapted edition for young readers.
1859 Madrid-Barcelona Librería de San Martín-El Plus Ultra Trabajos de Persiles y Sigismunda SPA 1 8vo b. Editions P53917 TAMU
Illustrations: Illustrated with a frontis and 3 engravings.
Description: It also includes La gitanilla and Rinconete y Cortadillo.
1859 Madrid; Barcelona San Martín ; Plus Ultra El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha SPA 2 8vo b. Editions A239; S144; BN135; RR149 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains eight chapter illustrations (two placed as frontispieces) engraved by Martínez after Tony Johannot's illustrations for Paris: Dubochet, 1836-37.
Description: It has decorated covers and includes notes by Pellicer, Clemencín and others.
1859 Paris Librairie de L. Hachette et Cie. Histoire de l'admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche FRE 1 8vo small d. Children's Editions P52842; A225 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains two chapter illustrations, one as frontispiece and 52 vignettes designed by Albert d'Arnoux 'Bertall' and Eugène-Hippolyte Forest and engraved by Midderigh, Charles Maurand, Jean Achille Pouget, Minne, François Pierdon, Pannemaker (Adolphe François Pannemaker?), Jules-Jean-Marie-Joseph Huyot, Follin, Noël Eugène Sotain and Edmond Joseph Charles Meunier (not always signed). Those 12 illustrations designed by Forest and engraved by Pouget first appeared in Paris: Hachette, 1853 (17 illustrations in total). Ashbee mentions an engraver called "Pilleyon", but is Pierdon; neither is "Midderich", but Midderigh. Also in Paris: Hachette, 1863 (64 illustrations in total), 1866, 1868, 1870, and 1874; and Stuttgart: Verlag von A. Krönen, 1870.
Description: First edition. Abridged edition of both parts in 28 chapters for young readers.
c1860 Halifax Milner and Sowerby The History of Don Quixote de la Mancha with an Account of his Exploits and Adventures. Tobias Smollett ENG 1 16mo b. Editions S446; RR502 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a chapter illustration (placed as frontispiece) and an illustrated title page designed by Stephenson and engraved by Royston. It has the same plates first-engraved for Halifax: Hartley, 1839 and 1842. Also in London: Milner & Co., [1870].
Description: Possible reprint of the 1839 edition. Suñé mentions abridged Halifax edition from 1839 (417); also cited by Rius.
c1860 London B. Pollock Don Quixote, or the Knight of the Woeful Countenance ENG 1 8vo d. Children's Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Four color plates and five sheets depicting the various scenes; 2 wings missing. See: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2mjm7njMT8
Description: Drama in 2 acts; adaptation published in Pollock's Juvenile Drama. 16 page playbook and Story book and scenes set.
1860 Rouen Mégard et Cie. Le Captif ou Aventures de Michel Cervantes H. Feuilleret FRE 1 12mo g. Other TAMU
Illustrations: Frontispiece and color pastedown plate in the cover.
Description: Part of the "Bibliotèque morale de la jeunesse." Printed in Rouen by E. Vimont.
1862-1863 Madrid Imprenta Nacional El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha José Gil Dorregaray SPA 3 F b. Editions A246, 410; S155; P52111; RR154; BN143 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes three frontispieces (two of them are the same repeated for vols. I and II): the first one designed by Antonio Carnicero and engraved by Fernando Selma; the second one designed by Pedro Arnal and engraved by Juan de la Cruz. Contains a portrait of Cervantes designed by José del Castillo and engraved by Manuel Salvador Carmona, a map by Tomás López and José de Hermosilla, 31 chapter illustrations designed by Antonio Carnicero (19), José del Castillo (7), Bernardo Barranco (2), José Brunete (1), Gerónimo Antonio Gil (1) and Gregorio Ferro (1), and engraved by J. Joaquín Fábregat (7), Francisco Muntaner (6), Fernando Selma (5), Joaquín Ballester (5), Manuel Salvador Carmona (3), Pedro Pascual Moles (2), Juan Barcelón (2) and Gerónimo Antonio Gil (1). It also has six headpieces and two tailpieces designed by Antonio Carnicero (6), Rafael Ximeno (1) and Isidro Carnicero (1) and engraved by Fernando Selma (4) and Juan Minguet (4). They are all the same plates first used for Madrid: Ibarra, 1780. It also has three documents of Cervantes' life in facsimile form by lithographer Julio Donon; a photograph of Casa de Medrano by Martí; and five illustrations about Cervantes' life designed by Galbán (one signed) and José Vallejo y Gabazo (one signed) and engraved by Martínez (three signed) and Valllejo (one signed). "Adornada con láminas en cobre, cuyas planchas son propiedad de la Real Academia Española"; "Adornada con láminas en cobre, y facsímiles de Cervantes" (title pages).
Description: Fifth RAE edition. Deluxe edition; volume III has Life of Cervantes by V. de los Ríos, plus a catalogue detailing the principal editions of the Quixote. "Es una edición lujosa, muy bien estampada en papel avitelado" (Río y Rico)
c1862 Paris Louis Janet/Magnin, Blanchard et Cie. Histoire de l'admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche Fillleau de Saint Martin FRE 1 4to d. Children's Editions A245; S665; RR375 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains 28 chapter illustrations designed (?) by Albert (P. or D. Albert) and lithographed by Godard. "A set of little merit" (Ashbee). "Las láminas en color, de Albert, son malas en cuanto a la interpretación de la novela y la representación de sus personajes" (Río y Rico).
Description: Abridged edition for children published as part of the Librairie Louis Janet, printed at Angers. 1st edition. "Edición bien impresa y presentada" (Río y Rico).
1862 Paris Michel Lévy Frères Théatre de Michel Cervantès Alphonse Royer FRE 1 8vo a. Editions TAMU
Illustrations: none
Description: "Traduit pour la première fois de l'espagnol en français." Includes 19 plays.
1863 Argamasilla de Alba Manuel Rivadeneyra El ingenioso hidalgo don Quixote de la Mancha J. E. Hartzenbusch SPA 4 8vo small b. Editions R138; S156; P52113; BN145; A390 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a portrait of Cervantes engraved by Tony Goutiere after José del Castillo (Madrid: Ibarra, 1780); printed by F. Chandon Ainé in Paris. Includes a facsimile of an autographed letter by Cervantes.
Description: Four tomes in two vols. Edition was printed at the Cueva de Medrano in Argamasilla de Alba. The Prologue was written by Hartzenbusch.
1863 Barcelona and Madrid La Maravilla; Librería Española El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha SPA 1 4to b. Editions S159; P52114; A259; RR157; BN147 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes 20 chapter illustrations designed by Eusebio Zarza and engraved in wood by Tomás Carlos Capuz. Ashbee refers to 19 engravings and, possibly, a portrait, but this edition doesn't have a portrait.
Description: Contemporary binding in 1/4 leather.
1863-C London Routledge The Story of Cervantes Amelia B. Edwards ENG 1 8vo a. Biography TAMU
Illustrations: Six illustrations, one as frontispiece.
Description: Part of the Thomas F. Collison and Elizabeth Mason Collison Cervantes Collection donated by Bob and Malinda Wolter.
c1863 Paris H. Delarue L´ingénieux chevalier Don Quichotte de la Manche Rémond FRE 1 8vo small b. Editions A248; S668; RR377; P52855 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a frontispiece, two chapter illustrations, two illustrated initials and 46 vignettes designed by Armand-Louis-Henri Telory, known as Henry Emy, and engraved by Coste and Henri Delaville (not all signed). This is the same edition in one volume as Delarue's in two volumes (Paris, w/d; with 120 wood-engravings according to Ashbee).
Description: Abbreviated text in 50 chapters (only three for part II).
1863 Paris Librairie de L. Hachette et Cie. L´ingénieux hidalgo don Quichotte de la Manche L. Viardot FRE 2 F b. Editions A247; S667; P52853; RR376(162) TAMU
Illustrations: This edition has 377 wood engravings designed by Paul Gustave Louis Christophe Doré and engraved by Héliodore Joseph Pisan, 128 headpieces (53 plus 75), 129 tail pieces (54 plus 75) and 120 chapter illustrations (62 + 58). Ashbee only mentions 375 wood engravings (127 headpieces plus 128 tail pieces plus 120 full-page plates); "Bold, effective, vigorous, and full of imagination, as these compositions of Doré undoubtedly are, they fail to give entire satisfaction" (A247). "Edición lujosísima, admirablemente impresa, con las conocidas composiciones de Gustave Doré que, con las de Tony Johannot, adornaran multitud de ediciones del Quijote, hechas en diversos idiomas, y fueron estimadas como la mejor y más artística interpretación de la novela de Cervantes, hasta que aparecieron las del insigne y genial artista español Urrabieta Vierge, por nadie superado, ni aun igualado, hasta hoy" (RR376).
Description: First edition of Don Quijote with Doré's designs.
1863 Paris L. Hachette et Cie. Histoire de l'admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche FRE 1 8vo b. Editions P52842; A225, 256; RR604, 628 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains 12 chapter illustrations (one placed as frontispiece) and 52 vignettes designed by Albert d'Arnoux 'Bertall' and Eugène-Hippolyte Forest and engraved by Midderigh, Charles Maurand, Jean Achille Pouget, Minne, François Pierdon, Pannemaker (Adolphe François Pannemaker?), Jules-Jean-Marie-Joseph Huyot, Follin, Noël Eugène Sotain and Edmond Joseph Charles Meunier (not always signed). There are 12 illustrations designed by Forest and engraved by Pouget first appeared in Paris: Hachette, 1853 (17 illustrations in total).
Description: First edition published by Hachette in 1859. The total of 64 illustrations includes 12 from 1853 edition (by Forest and Pouget), 42 from 1859, and 10 new.
c1863 Paris Garnier Frères Le Don Quichotte de la jeunesse Florian FRE 1 4to small d. Children's Editions A251; S671; P52854 TAMU
Illustrations: This edition includes a vignette in the title page (unsigned), eight chapter illustrations, 105 headpieces and 69 tailpieces designed by Pierre Gustave Eugène Staal and engraved in wood by Eugène Mouard, Pannemaker (Adolphe François Pannemaker &/or Stéphane Pannemaker), Midderigh, Laurent Hotelin, Navellier & L. Marie, Brugnot, M. Lambert, and Andrew, Best & Leloir. Many unsigned, many after Johannot and many probably not originally engraved for this edition (generic scenes).
Description: New edition, bound by Paul Souze, with decorations and ornaments in gold.
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