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1705-C London Jeffery Wale and John Senex A Continuation of the Comical History of the most Ingenious Knight, Don Quixote de la Mancha Alonso Fernández de Avellaneda Captain John Stevens ENG 3 8vo e. Continuations and Imitations TAMU
Illustrations: Illustrated with copper engravings.
Description: First edition. Cushing has vol. 3 only. Part of the Thomas F. Collison and Elizabeth Mason Collison Cervantes Collection donated by Robert and Malinda Wolter.
1706 Bruxelles Guillaume Fricx Histoire de l'admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche FRE 2 12mo b. Editions A18*; S537; P52715 Biblioteca Nacional
Illustrations: 2 frontispieces engraved by Antoine Clouzier (1) and Jacobus Harrewÿn (1) and 48 illustrations designed and engraved by Jacobus Harrewÿn; 39 of them about Cervantes' Don Quixote; 9 about Filleau de Saint-Martin's Continuation. 1 frontis and 23 illus. totally new. 1 frontis and 25 illus. copied (+/-) after Savery (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657) and Bouttats (Amberes; Verdussen, 1672-73). Also published as a set of prints (without the frontispieces). The illustration "Micomicona knelt before DQ" appears in the edition, but not in the set; and the "Countess Trifaldi's retinue" appears in the set, but not in the edition.
Description: Digital images from set of prints at the Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid (ER/4374, 1-48). This set only includes 48 illustrations but not the 2 frontis. Information about page and illustration's dimensions refers to edition copy Cerv.Sedó/8573-8574.
1707 Amsterdam Jan Graal and Jan Willem van Heekeren Den Verstandigen Vromen ridder, Don Quichot de la Mancha Lambert van den Bosch DUT 2 8vo b. Editions A14; S860; P53222; RR560 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a frontispiece designed and engraved by Laurens or Lorenz Scherm and 24 unsigned illustrations copied after Savery's plates (Dordrecht: J. Savry, 1657). It has the same plates first engraved for Amsterdam: Willem van Lamsveld, 1696; also in Amsterdam: Willem de Coup, 1699; and later in Amsterdam: Pieter Visser, 1732.
Description: Contains two vols. in one. Second edition of van den Bosch´s translation revised by G. V. Broeckhuysen. Exact copy of 1699 edition, after first illustrated dutch edition published in Dordrecht, 1657. Cushing copy lacks an illustration (Cardenio attacking DQ and SP).
1707 Paris Chez Pierre Aubouyn Nouvelles traduites de l'espagnol de Miguel de Cervantes P. Hessein FRE 1 8vo small a. Editions P53527 EU
Illustrations: Ex libris Cte. du Hamel.
Description: It includes 3 novels: Rinconet et Cortadille; Le Jaloux d'Estremadure; La Belle Egyptienne. Publisher P. Aubouyn not listed by Palau and not in WorldCat; only copy thus. Acquired wit the support of the Lynn Holleran and Chuck Bowman Cervantes Endowment.
1711 London T. Norris at the Looking Glass, et al The Life and Notable Adventures of that Renown'd Knight Don Quixote de la Mancha Edward Ward ENG 1 8vo small e. Continuations and Imitations R475; S340; P52471 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes a frontis with portrait of Butler wanting, supplied in facsimile, engraved by J. Van der Gucht.
Description: Six parts in one volume. Published in parts between October 1710 and March 1711. It includes the first 37 chapters of Part I of the Quixote, "Merrily translated into Hudibrastic verse," inspired by Samuel Butler's Hudibras. Part V "With the Humours of Sancho Pancha" added to title.
1711-1713 Lyon T. Amaulry Histoire de l’admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche Filleau de Saint Martin FRE 5 12mo b. Editions A19; S538; P52716; RR311 Biblioteca Nacional
Illustrations: Vols. 1-5: 5 frontispieces (some copies without frontis in vol. 5) and 45 illustrations engraved by Prudent Bizot (only 6 signed); 32 illus. (vols. 1-4) refer to Cervantes' Quixote and are copied after Savery's (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657 and Brussels: Mommarte, 1662) and Bouttats' plates (Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-73); 13 illus. (vol. 5) refer to Filleau de Saint Martin's Continuation. The copies were made after Antoine Clouzier's engravings for Paris: Compagnie des Libraires, 1700. In Biblioteca Nacional's copy, 2 illustrations are missing ("Grisóstomo's burial" and "The cart of actors"). Reprinted for Lyon: Th. Amaulry, 1718 and Lyon: Rigollet, 1738. "These engravings, if quaint, are spirited, fairly well drawn, and firmly engraved" (Ashbee); Ashbee, despite the indication on title page (cinquante figures en taille douc), refers to 6 frontis and 52 engravings in 6 vols. "Las láminas, tomadas de ediciones que ya hemos descrito, están grabadas de nuevo por Bizot, y son realmente malas" (Río y Rico).
Description: Vol. 5 with the Continuation by Saint Martin printed in 1713. Digital images from copy at Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid (Cerv.Sedó/1581-1584).
1712 London Printed for T. Norris at the Looking-glass et al The Life and Notable Adventures, of that Renown'd Knight Don Quixote de la Mancha Edward Ward ENG 2 8vo e. Continuations and Imitations TAMU
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Description: Cushing has volume II only, dated 1712, although in fact it was published in 1711 (Foxon); it contains Cantos 25 to 39.
1713 Paris Michel Guignard & Claude Robustel/Compagnie des Libraires/Charles Osmont Histoire de l’admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche Filleau de Saint Martin FRE 6 12mo b. Editions A20; S540; P52718; RR308 TAMU
Illustrations: Edition contains five frontispieces (no frontis in vol. V) and 51 illustrations. All are unsigned. There are 32 illustrations (vols. I-IV) that are about Cervantes' Don Quixote. Most of them are copied after Savery (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657; and Bruselas: Mommarte, 1662) and Bouttats (Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-73). Some are modified and some totally new. There are 19 illustrations (vols. V-VI) about Saint-Martin's and Challe's Continuation. The copies were made after Clouzier's engravings for Paris: Compagnie des Libraires, 1700; now with some changes and better quality. The frontis for volume I was copied after Clouzier/Harrewÿn's frontis for Bruxelles: Guillaume Fricx, 1706. The same plates also used for Paris: Compagnie des Libraires, 1722.
Description: First edition of Filleau's translation and the Continuation in six volumes. Cushing's copy is lacking volume I (a frontis plus 11 illustrations) and one illus. f.p. 202 in volume VI. This is a mixed set; volumes II, V & VI have a title page from Paris: Michel Guignard & Claude Robustel, 1713. Volume III has a title page from Paris: Charles Osmont, 1713, and volume IV is from Paris: Compagnie des Libraires, 1713.
1714 Madrid A costa de Francisco Laso Vida, y hechos del ingenioso cavallero don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 2 4to b. Editions A11, 32; R30; S34; P52003; RR53; BN31 TAMU
Illustrations: Edition contains two frontispieces/illustrated title pages and 33 vignettes in text copied and engraved by an unknown engraver after Diego de Obregón's designs (Madrid: Andrés García de la Iglesia, 1674; except for frontispiece II and the illustration of DQ being arrested by the Brotherhood). 14 of the illustrations are copies after Savery (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657) and Bouttats (Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-73). Six are partial copies after the same. 12 illustrations are new designs by Obregón, and one is by unknown designer; also reproduced in Madrid: Antonio Gonçalez de Reyes, 1706; Madrid: Hermandad de San Gerónimo, 1723; Madrid: Pedro del Castillo, 1723; Madrid: Juan Antonio Pimentel (Viuda de Blas de Villanueva), 1730.
Description: Reprint of the Madrid, 1706 edition, but with same illustrations as the Madrid 1674, the first illustrated edition printed in Spain.
1716 Paris Compagnie des Libraires Nouvelles avantures de l'admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche Alonso Fernández de Avellaneda Alain René Le Sage FRE 1 12mo e. Continuations and Imitations R2:473 TAMU
Illustrations: Frontispiece and nine copper engraved illustrations.
Description: French translation of Avellaneda's spurious second part (1614), after first edition: Paris, 1704. Cushing has volume I.
1719 Amberes Juan Bautista Verdussen Vida y hechos del ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 2 8vo b. Editions A10; S36; G189; RR55; P52004; BN33 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains two frontispieces (one in each volume/part) and 32 chapter illustrations (16 in each volume/part) designed by Jacob Savery and Frederik Bouttats and engraved by Bouttats (16) and an unknown engraver (16 and frontis). The plates are the same as those in Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-1673 (two frontis + 32 illustrations) and Bruselas: Mommarte, 1662 (two frontis + 16 illustrations). Also reprinted in Amberes: Henrico and Cornelio Verdussen, 1697; & Lisbon: Beux and Lagier, 1775. Ashbee mentions 30 engravings and two title pages. In our copy both volumes include an illustrated ex-libris depicting the adventure of the wine skins. Further decoration includes several woodcuts (initials with fleuron and nature tailpieces throughout the text).
Description: The text is in Spanish after Amberes: J. B. Verdussen, 1697 edition.
1719 London R. Knaplock, D. Midwinter, J. Tonson et al. The History of the Renowned Don Quixote de la Mancha Translated by several hands and published by Peter Motteux J. Ozell ENG 4 12mo b. Editions S342; G190; RR445; P52472 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains 16 unsigned illustrations (one per page) newly engraved after the ones present in London: Hodgkin, 1687 (two per page). Río y Rico only mentions 15. Also has some ornamental headpieces, initials and tailpieces (woodcuts), including an image of Phaeton as emblem of Madness.
Description: "Adorned with New Sculptures. The fourth edition. Carefully revised, and compared with the best edition of the original, printed at Madrid. By J. Ozell;" It is the first edition. The text is a reprint of the first edition of Motteux's translation, London 1700, as revised by Ozell.
1719 Madrid Juan Sanz Los trabajos de Persiles, y Sigismunda. Historial septentrional. SPA 1 8vo a. Editions P53904 TAMU
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Description: New corrected edition with chapter headings; bound in parchment, restored.
1720 Amsterdam Chez N. Etienne Lucas Nouvelles de Michel de Cervantes L'Abbé Saint-Martin de Chassonville FRE 2 12mo a. Editions P53531 TAMU
Illustrations: Frontispiece (repeated in both volumes) with earliest known portrait of Cervantes, plus 11 illustrations, one per novel, by anonymous artist.
Description: 3rd edition published in Amsterdam, following the first one from 1707. It includes only 10 of Cervantes's novelas (missing: El licenciado vidriera and Rinconete y Cortadillo), and adds instead L'Histoire de Ruis Dias, which was included already in the first French translation of the Novelas done in 1615, as "composée par le Sr. de Bellan".
1720 Amsterdam The Great Mirror of Folly... [Het Groote Tafereel der Dwaasheid, vertoonende de opkomst, voortgang en ondergang der Actie, Bubbel en Windnegotie, in Vrankryk, Engeland, en de Nederlanden] 1 f. Albums and Engravings TAMU
Illustrations: Plate 24: "Law, als een tweede Don-Quichot, op Sanches graauwtje zit ten spot." (John Law sits on Sancho's old grey mule, a second Don Quixote for ridicule.) The mule spits stock certificates to the eager crowd.
Description: Print satirizing the Englishman John Law, his Mississippi Company, and the international land and trading speculation in worthless shares of the South Sea Bubble of 1719-1720, which resulted in an international scandal. Acquired with the support of the Lynn Holleran and Chuck Bowman Cervantes Endowment.
1722 Paris Compagnie des Libraires Histoire de l’admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche Filleau de Saint Martin FRE 6 12mo b. Editions A20; S543; G194; RR312; P52724 TAMU
Illustrations: 5 frontispieces (no frontis in vol. V) and 51 illustrations; all unsigned. 32 illustrations (vols. 1-4) are about Cervantes' Don Quixote, most of them copied after Savery (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657; and Bruselas: Mommarte, 1662) and Bouttats (Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-73); some modified and some totally new. 19 illustrations (vols. 5-6) about Saint-Martin's and Challe's Continuation. The copies were made after Clouzier's engravings for Paris: Compagnie des Libraires, 1700; now with some changes and better quality. Frontis for vol. 1 copied after Clouzier/Harrewÿn's frontis for Bruxelles: Guillaume Fricx, 1706. Same plates first engraved for Paris: Michel Guignard & Claude Robustel / Compagnie des Libraires / Charles Osmont, 1700.
Description: Vols. 5-6 with Saint Martin's and Challe's Continuation.
s1723 Paris Chez L. Surugue A set of Illustrations of Don Quixote Charles-Antoine Coypel FRE 1 F f. Albums and Engravings A22 TAMU
Illustrations: The complete set consists of 25 illustrations designed by Charles-Antoine Coypel and engraved by Louis Surugue père (8), Charles-Nicolas Cochin père (3), François Joullain (3), Nicolas-Henri Tardieu (2), Simon-François Ravenet (1), Nicolas Charles de Silvestre (1), Jean-Baptiste Haussard (1), Nicolas-Dauphin de Beauvais (2), François de Poilly le Jeune (1), Louise-Magdeleine Horthemels (2) y Bernard Lépicié (1). Cushing has 12 of them. Six of these engravings are included in Cushing's extra illustrated copy of John Bowle's edition of the Quixote (London, 1781).
Description: Originally done as cartoons for tapestries. They were later engraved and published in series in Paris since 1723 and sold separately. For details see Fernando González Moreno and Eduardo Urbina, “Don Quichotte conduit par la Folie: la herencia de Charles-Antoine Coypel en las ediciones ilustradas del Quijote.” Anuario de Estudios Cervantinos 4 (2008): 23-66.
1723 Paris Chez Pierre Witte Nouvelles de Michel de Cervantes FRE 2 12mo a. Editions P53532 TAMU
Illustrations: Frontispiece with portrait of Cervantes (same designed for Amsterdam: Marc Antoine, 1705 but newly engraved), and five illustrations, one per novel.
Description: Cushing has volume I only. It includes L'Illustre fregone, L'Amant liberal, L'Egyptienne and La force du sang, by Cervantes, plus Histoire de Ruis Dias. Vol. II includes: Le Mariage Trompeur, Entretiens de Scipion & de Bergance, L'Espagnolle Angloise, Les deux Amantes, Le Jaloux d'Estramadure, and Cornelie.
1725 London R. Knaplock et al. The History of the Valorous and Witty Knight-Errant Don Quixote of the Mancha T. Shelton ENG 4 8vo small b. Editions A26; G203; GG116-122 TAMU
Illustrations: It has 10 double page illustrations, folded, after Coypel's designs newly engraved by Gerard van der Gucht. It also includes several ornamental headpieces not about Don Quixote (gallant scenes, birds, landscapes, Apollo and Daphne...). Ashbee refers in error to 22 illustrations. The same plates were later used in London: Walthoe, 1731, adding 12 illustrations more, also after Coypel's designs.
Description: Text now printed verbatim from the fourth edition of 1620. "With a curious set of cuts from the French of Coypel." First edition of the Quixote that includes the engravings of Charles-Antoine Coypel's designs; very rare. Originally done as paintings for the production of tapestries, they were often reproduced and included in numerous editions during the 18th century.
s1725 London Gerard van der Gucht A set of illustrations of Don Quixote ENG 1 F f. Albums and Engravings A24 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains two large plates from a set of 24 after the designs by Charles-Antoine Coypel, turned and sold by Gerard van der Gucht. These two illustrations are included in Cushing's copy of John Bowle's (London, 1781) edition of the Quixote. Cushing has another copy of the complete album with all 25 illustrations.
Description: See "The Grangerized Copy of John Bowle's Edition of Don Quixote at the Cushing Memorial Library of Texas A&M University." Cervantes 23.2 (2003): 85-118.
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