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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: 2 frontispieces (vol. 1 with portrait of Cervantes, same designed for Amsterdam: Marc Antoine, 1705 but newly engraved; and vol. 2 with allegorical theater scene), and 9 illustrations, one per novel (excepting "Le Mariage Trompeur" + "Entretiens de Scipion & de Bergance".
Description: Cushing has two copies of vol. 1 (one copy with the "Aprobation"). Vol. I 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.
1725b-1731 London R. Knaplock et al. The History of the Valorous and Witty Knight-Errant Don Quixote of the Mancha ENG 1 8vo small f. Albums and Engravings A26 TAMU
Illustrations: A mixed set of 15 plates after Charles-Antoine Coypel's designs engraved by Gerard (9) and Jan van der Gucht (6), detached from the London, 1725 and London, 1731 editions.
Description: Gerard van der Gucht's plates (10 in total) first appeared in London: Knaplock, 1725. They were also included in London: Walthoe, 1731 with other 12 plates engraved by Jan van der Gucht.
s1725 London Gerard van der Gucht A set of Illustrations of Don Quixote ENG 1 F f. Albums and Engravings A24 TAMU
Illustrations: Album containing a set of 25 large plates engraved by Gerard van der Gucht after Charles-Antoine Coypel's designs (24) and Pierre-Charles Trémolières (1).
Description: With descriptions in English underneath, numbered 1 to 24, signed by Coypel, and one unnumbered and unsigned; "Sold by G. Vander Gucht in Queen Street, Bloomsbury", turned from set by L. Surugue (Paris, s1723). 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): 22-66.
1726 Paris Chez Charles Le Clerc Suite nouvelle et véritable de l'Histoire et des Avantures de l'incomparable don Quichotte de la Manche Anonymous FRE 5 12mo e. Continuations and Imitations A332; R478; S548; P52732 TAMU
Illustrations: Frontispiece and 33 illustrations, unsigned.
Description: This is a reprint of the first edition, Paris 1714. Volume II wanting. It includes scores of 2 songs, "Pastoralle de Don Quichotte" and "Pastoralle des Noces de la fille de Sancho."
1728 Bristol Printed by S. Farley A collection of novels. written originally in Castillian, by Don Miguel de Cervantes Harry Bridges ENG 1 8vo a. Editions P53558 TAMU
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Description: It includes translations of The gypsie; The dogs of Mahudez; The deceitful marriage; The illustratious chambermaid; The jealous estramaduran, as well as The history of Ruy Dias, a spaniard, and Quixaire, princess of the Moluccoes, not by Cervantes. Edition sponsored by Lord Carteret, also responsible for the 1738 Tonson's edition of the Quixote. Rare.
1729 London J. Darby The Comical History of Don Quixote: as it was acted at the Queen’s Theatre in Dorset Garden by Their Majesties Servants Thomas D'Urfey ENG 1 12mo c. Adaptations G207 TAMU
Illustrations: none
Description: This is the second edition of all three parts in one volume of last piece set to music by Henry Purcell. The first edition was published in London, 1694.
1729 London John Watts A Select Collection of Novels and Histories, by several Eminent Hands Samuel Croxall ENG 2 12mo a. Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Same frontis in vols. 1 and 6 designed by Joseph Highmore and engraved by Gerard van der Gucht; vol. 1 with 6 chapter illustrations (including 1 about The Jealous Estremaduran, unsigned; and 1 about The Adventures on the Black Mountains or Dorotea's story by John Vanderbank and Gerard van der Gucht); vol. 6 with 7 chapter illustrations (including 1 about The Spanish lady of England and 1 about The Lady Cornelia, both by Joseph Highmore and Gerard van der Gucht.
Description: Second edition in 6 vols. Cushing has volume 1 including The Jealous Estremaduran and The Adventures on the Black Mountains or Dorotea's story; and volume 6 with The Spanish Lady of England and Lady Cornelia. The complete set collection is in six volumes and includes nine novels by Cervantes altogether. Not in Palau.
1729 Madrid Viuda de Blas de Villa Nueva Vida y hechos del Ingenioso Hidalgo don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 2 8vo large b. Editions A32; RR58; S39; G203; BN35 TAMU
Illustrations: Has two frontispieces/headpieces and 33 vignettes in the text, copied and engraved by an unknown engraver after Diego de Obregón's designs (Madrid: Andrés García de la Iglesia, 1674) excepting frontispiece II and the illustration for 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 an unknown designer. It has the same re-engraved plates previously used for Madrid: Antonio Gonçalez de Reyes, 1706; Madrid: Francisco Laso, 1714; Madrid: Hermandad de San Gerónimo, 1723; Madrid: Pedro del Castillo, 1723.
Description: Published "A costa de Juan Antonio Pimentel". Cushing has volume I only with title page wanting (one headpiece + 16 vignettes in text).
1730 (1992) Madrid Juan S. Martín (I part); Juan Antonio Pimentel; Viuda de Blas de Villa Nueva (II part) Vida, y hechos del ingenioso cavallero Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 2 8vo b. Editions A32; S39; G203 TAMU
Illustrations: First part reproduces 1 headpiece and 23 vignettes from Madrid: Juan S. Martín, 1730. Second part reproduces 1 headpiece and 17 vignettes from Madrid: Viuda de Blas de Villa Nueva/Juan Antonio Pimentel, 1730.
Description: 2 vols. in 1. Digital images from facsimile edition published in Barcelona: Nauta, 1992.
1731 London J. Walthoe, et al. The History of the Valorous and Witty Knight-Errant Don-Quixote of the Mancha T. Shelton ENG 4 12mo b. Editions A26; S347; G209; P52475; GG116-122 TAMU
Illustrations:  It includes 22 folded burin engravings by Jan (12) and Gerard van der Gucht (10) after Charles-Antoine Coypel's designs (the 10 by Gerard van der Gucht are the same included in the London: R. Knaplock, 1725 edition).
Description: This is the second English edition with Charles-Antoine Coypel´s celebrated designs. Originally done as paintings for the production of tapestries. They were often reproduced and included in numerous editions during the 18th century, but none were published in Spain.
1732 Amsterdam Pieter Visser De Oude en Rechte Don Quichot de la Mancha of de Verstandige en Vrome Ridder van de Leeuwen Lambert van den Bosch DUT 2 8vo b. Editions TAMU
Illustrations: It includes a frontispiece designed and engraved by Laurens or Lorenz Scherm and 24 unsigned illustrations copied after Savery's plates (Dordrecht: J. Savry, 1657). Same plates first engraved for Amsterdam: Willem van Lamsveld, 1696.
Description: 2 vols in 1.
1733 Amsterdam Jan Kouwe Vermaakelyke Minneryen Bestaande in Ongehoorde ontmoetingen, worderlyke omzwervingen en zeltaame uitkoomsten... Benjamin van der Meer DUT 2 8vo a. Editions P53576 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains one frontis and 11 chapter illustrations designed and engraved by Adolf van der Laan.
Description: First translation-edition of the Novelas exemplares in Dutch. 2 volumes in 1. It includes only 11 of Cervantes´ novelas plus "Historia de Ruiz Diaz.". Palau gives date of edition as 1731; very rare, not in COPAC, and no copies in USA libraries (WorldCat).
1733 Paris Pierre-Michel Huart Histoire de l’admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche F. de Saint-Martin FRE 6 12mo b. Editions A33; P52729; RR137 TAMU
Illustrations: This is a complete edition with a frontispiece designed by Humblot and engraved by Laurent Cars (Río y Rico mentions two) and 39 illustrations designed by Bonard or Bonnard (only 23 signed; 19 copied after Charles-Antoine Coypel) and engraved by Laurent Cars (23), Crépy le fils (4) and Mathey (4) (8 unsigned). In Cushing's copy volume I (one frontis plus nine illustrations) and volume V (one frontis? plus five illustrations) are missing. There are 31 illustrations in volumes I - IV about Cervantes' Don Quixote. Five in vol. V are about Saint-Martin's Continuation, and three in vol. VI are about Robert Challe's Continuation. Contains the same plates first engraved for Paris: Compagnie des Libraires, 1732; Paris: Michel Etienne David, 1733 [also at the Cushing, with the complete set of these illustrations]; Paris: Denully, 1741; and Paris: Chez Clousier, Lambert & Durand, David Fils, Damonneville, 1741.
Description: This is the same edition as Paris, 1732; Volumes V and VI have Continuation. Volume I of the Quixote and volume V are wanting.
s1733 Paris n.p. Sancho's blanketing Pierre-Charles Trémolières FRE 1 F f. Albums and Engravings A25 TAMU
Illustrations: Illustration designed by Pierre-Charles Trémolières and executed by unknown engraver, probably G. van der Gutch, according to Ashbee.
Description: This edition appeared later in the set published in the La Haye 1746 edition by Pierre de Hondt. It is often included in the s1725 English set of Coypel's designs produced by van der Gutch as illustration number 25, as in Cushing´s copy, and also in the copy at the British Library.
1733 Paris Michel Etienne David Histoire de l’admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche Filleau de Saint-Martin FRE 6 12mo b. Editions A33; S548; P52730 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a frontispiece designed by Humblot and engraved by Laurent Cars and 39 illustrations designed by Bonard or Bonnard (only 23 signed. It also has 19 copied after Charles-Antoine Coypel) and engraved by Laurent Cars (23), Crépy le fils (4) and Mathey (4) (eight unsigned). It includes 31 illustrations in vols. I - IV about Cervantes' Don Quixote, five in vol. V are about Saint-Martin's Continuation, and three in vol. VI are about Robert Challe's Continuation. The edition has the same plates first engraved for Paris: Compagnie des Libraires, 1732; also in Paris: Guillaume Claude Saugrain, 1733; Paris: Pierre-Michel Huart, 1733; Paris: Denully, 1741; and Paris: Chez Clousier, Lambert & Durand, David Fils, Damonneville, 1741.
Description:  Volumes V and VI with the Continuation by Saint-Martin and R. Challe.
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