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1870 London and New York Cassell, Petter, and Galpin The Story of the Don, rewritten for our young folks C. L. Matéaux ENG 1 8vo large d. Children's Editions S449; P52575 TAMU
Illustrations: With some illustrations by Doré.
Description: Decorative covers, deluxe edition adapted for young readers.
1871 London and New York George Routledge and Sons / E. P. Dutton and Co. The Story of Don Quixote and his Squire Sancho Panza Charles Jarvis M. Jones ENG 1 8vo d. Children's Editions LC531 TAMU
Illustrations: Color frontis by John Gilbert, and illustrated stamped cover.
Description: Adapted for the young by M. Jones in 25 chapters.
1872 London Dean & Son, Printers and Publishers The Wonderful Adventures of Don Quixote de la Mancha, and Sancho Panza, his Esquire ENG 1 8vo d. Children's Editions A263; S451 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains an illustrated title page attributed to Joseph Kenny Meadows, four chapter illustrations by Adolf Schrödter (glyphographic copies by Taylor & Wass after the original plates designed and etched by Schrödter, first appearing in an illustrated wrapper in Altona/Leipzig: G. Mayer, 1863). It also has nine vignettes designed by Tony Johannot (four from Paris: Dubochet, 1836-37) and Joseph Kenny Meadows (5; three of them, portraits of DQ, SP and Dulcinea, from London: Effingham Wilson, 1833).
Description: "Abridged and adapted to youthful capacities by Sir Marvellous Crackjoke." Ashbee gives year as 1872.
1895 London, Manchester & New York George Routledge and Sons The Adventures of Don Quixote de la Mancha M. Jones ENG 1 4to d. Children's Editions S476 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains one chapter illustration as frontis in color, one black and white frontispiece, an illustrated title page, 32 b&w chapter illustrations, 5 in color, and 172 vignettes by Tony Johannot (after Paris: Dubochet, 1836) and John Gilbert (after London: Daly, 1842 and London: Routledge, 1866). Also in London: Routledge, 1905.
Description: Adapted for young readers by M. Jones. The 5 illus. in color (after London: Routledge, 1866) do not appear in c1895 or 1905 editions.
c1895 London, Manchester and New York George Routledge and Sons The Adventures of Don Quixote de la Mancha M. Jones ENG 1 4to d. Children's Editions S476 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains one chapter illustration as frontis in color, one black and white frontispiece, an illustrated title page, 32 chapter illustrations and 172 vignettes by Tony Johannot (after Paris: Dubochet, 1836) and John Gilbert (after London: Daly, 1842 and London: G. Routledge, 1866). Also in London: G. Routledge, 1905.
Description: Adapted for young readers by M. Jones. Reprint of 1866 edition. Different frontis and illustrations.
1897 Boston Lothrop Publishing Company Don Quixote, Jr. : Knight of the Doorstep and Champion of the Front Yard John Brownjohn ENG 1 8vo d. Children's Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Illustrated front cover, frontis and black and white drawings throughout.
Description: Children's story inspired by the Quixote.
1899 New York and London The Macmillan Company The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha John Ormsby Clifton Johnson ENG 1 8vo d. Children's Editions LC537 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains 10 chapter illustrations (one placed as frontispiece) by George Cruikshank (process reproductions after London: E. Wilson, 1833). Also includes a pictorial illustrated front cover.
Description: Abridged edition for home and school reading in 42 chapters. Printed by the Norwood Press. Not in Palau.
c1900 London Books for the Bairns Office The Wonderful Adventures of Don Quixote W. T. Stead, series editor ENG 2 8vo d. Children's Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Contains three illustrated title pages (two in wrappers), a Cervantes' portrait, 32 chapter illustrations, seven headpieces, 42 vignettes and seven tailpieces designed by Brinsley Le Fanu (some based on Doré's illus. for Paris: Hachette, 1863).
Description: Adaptation for young readers published in two parts, complete, nums. 71 and 73. Published at Mowbray House, London.
1900 London and Manchester Blackie and Son / Sherrat & Hughes Don Quixote of the Mancha Judge Parry ENG 1 8vo d. Children's Editions S479; RR543; P52624; GG280-283 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes an illustrated cover, an illustrated title page, 19 headpieces and 11 chapter illustrations in color designed by Walter Crane. In Cushing's copy the first illustration in color ("DON QUIXOTE TESTING HIS HELMET") is wanting; present in 1901 edition, also at the Cushing.
Description: First edition. Retold by Judge Parry (Edward Abbot Parry). Printed in Edinburgh by Constable. Abbreviated edition with a Preface for young readers.
c1901 Altrincham John Sherratt & Son Don Quixote of the Mancha Judge Parry ENG 1 8vo d. Children's Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Includes and illustrated cover, an illustrated title page, 19 black and white headpieces and 11 chapter illustrations in color designed by Walter Crane. Same illustrations first published in London: Blackie and Son, 1900.
Description: Abridged edition by Edward Abbot Parry; This is a reprint of the 1900 1st edition.
c1901 New York Thomas Y. Crowell & Co. The Child’s Don Quixote: Being the Adventures of Don Quixote Retold for Young People Calvin Dill Wilson ENG 1 8vo d. Children's Editions LC540 TAMU
Illustrations: The edition contains nine chapter illustrations (one in color as the frontispiece, and eight black and white) newly drawn by Charles Copeland after Adolphe Lalauze's illustrations for Edinburgh: Paterson, 1879-84, and an illustrated title page by Copeland. Pictorial front and back covers.
Description: Adaptation for young readers. The book is dedicated by the author, Calvin Dill Wilson, to his eight-year-old son, Maurice Webster Wilson, who was born in 1892.
c1905 London Seeley and Co. Limited The Life and Adventures of Don Quixote de la Mancha ENG 1 4to small d. Children's Editions S489; P52630 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains eight chapter illustrations designed by Henry Matthew Brock and reproduced by process.
Description: Abridged edition adapted for children. Printed on antique Cream-Laid paper.
1905 London George Routledge and Sons, Limited The Adventures of Don Quixote de la Mancha M. Jones ENG 1 4to small d. Children's Editions A267; S490; P52636 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a chapter illustration as frontis in color, a black and white frontispiece, a illustrated title page, 32 chapter illustrations and 172 vignettes by Tony Johannot (after Paris: Dubochet, 1836) and John Gilbert (after London: Daly, 1842 and London: Routledge, 1866). Same illus. in London/New York: Routledge, c1895. Also with pictorial covers.
Description: Abbreviated edition for young readers.
c1908 New York Dodge Publishing Co. Stories from Don Quixote H. L. Havell ENG 1 8vo d. Children's Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Frontispiece and 15 chapter illustrations by Ernest Marriott; illustrated endpapers. Also in London: George G. Harrap & Co., 1926 (frontis + 7 illus.).
Description: Decorative art nouveau binding.
1909 New York Charles Scribner's Sons Don Quixote de la Mancha T. Shelton, rev. by Duffield Mary E. Burt and Lucy Leffingwell Cable ENG 1 8vo d. Children's Editions LC541 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a frontispiece (reproducing frontis from London: Blounte, 1620), a portrait of Cervantes and eight vignettes designed by Daniel Urrabieta Vierge (reproduced after On the trail of don Quixote, New York: Scribner's Sons, 1896) and five chapter illustrations designed by Savery and Bouttats (reproduced after London: R. Chiswell, R. Battersby et al., 1700-10).
Description: Children's edition, a reprint of 1902 edition.
1909 New York John Lane Company Don Qvixote of the Mancha Judge Parry ENG 1 8vo d. Children's Editions S479 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains an illustrated cover, an illustrated title page, 19 black and white headpieces and 11 chapter illustrations in color designed by Walter Crane. Same illus. first published in London: Blackie and Son, 1900.
Description: First American edition of Parry´s adaptation (1900) with different cover; abridged for young readers.
1910 London and New York T.C. & E.C. Jack / E.P. Dutton & Co. Stories from Don Quixote John Lang ENG 1 8vo small d. Children's Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Includes a pictorial front cover and eight chapter illustrations designed by F. M. B. Blaikie, all in color, also appearing in Paris: Pierre Lafitte, 1930.
Description: Abridged adaptation for young readers. Published in the series "Told to the Children," edited by Louey Chisholm. Cushing's copy lacks one illustration ('Force him to come out,' cried Don Quixote; see Paris edition).
1910 London, Melbourne & Toronto Ward, Lock & Co., Limited Don Quixote Retold by Edith Robarts ENG 1 12mo d. Children's Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Contains eight chapter illustrations in color and pictorial front cover (repeating one of the illustrations).
Description: Adaptation for young readers.
1911 London G. Bell and Sons, Ltd. The Adventures of Don Quixote Peter Motteux ENG 1 8vo d. Children's Editions S505: P52662; LC546 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes 20 chapter illustrations (eight in color + 12 black and white) and an illustrated title page designed by Paul Hardy. Also with decorated front cover and endpapers.
Description: Adaptation for young readers.
1914 Dansville, NY and Chicago F. A. Owen / Hall & McCreary The Story of Don Quixote Bertha E. Bush ENG 1 8vo d. Children's Editions TAMU
Illustrations: 
Description: First edition. Abridged adaptation part of the Instructor Literature series, num. 264.
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