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1771 Madrid Por D. Joachín de Ibarra, Impresor de Cámara de S.M. Vida, y hechos del ingenioso caballero Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 4 8vo b. Editions A64; S56; P52022; RR76; BN53 TAMU
Illustrations: Has two frontispieces designed by José Camarón Bonanat and engraved by Manuel Monfort y Asensi and 31 chapter illustrations engraved by Manuel Monfort. Río y Rico attributes their design to José Camarón too, but they are unsigned. "More curious than beautiful" (A64). "Ilustrado con varias láminas finas" (title page). These same illustrations appear in Madrid: Sancha, 1777.
Description: Vida de Cervantes, by G. Mayans in volume II. It is a beautiful edition printed by Ibarra, a costa de la Real Compañía de Impresores, y Libreros del Reyno.
1780 Madrid Don Joaquín Ibarra El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 4 F small b. Editions A72; S60; P52024; RR79; GG152-161; BN57 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains four frontispieces (two repeated): the first one designed by Antonio Carnicero and engraved by Fernando Selma, and the second one designed by Pedro Arnal and engraved by Juan de la Cruz. Also has a portrait of Cervantes designed by José del Castillo and engraved by Manuel Salvador Carmona, a map by Tomás López and José de Hermosilla (Río Rico places the map in volume II; in Cushing´s copy, it appears in volume I). Includes 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), 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 includes 25 headpieces, 20 tailpieces and 13 unsigned ornamental letters designed by Antonio Carnicero (34), Rafael Ximeno (5), Isidro Carnicero (3), Miguel de la Cuesta (1) and Simón de Brieva (2?) and engraved by Fernando Selma (14), Juan Minguet (12), Juan Fernando Palomino (6), Simón Brieva (6), Mariano Brandi (3), Joaquín Fabregat (2) and Joaquín Ballester (1). "In spite of the important position which these engravings hold among the illustrations to Don Quixote, great praise cannot be bestowed on them; they are generally stiff and conventional in design, without power, grace, or movement; nor is the engraving, as a rule, good. They are valuable, however, on account of the costume" (Ashbee 72, p.35).
Description: Deluxe edition with a revised text in Spanish, taken from the second Madrid, 1605 edition by Juan de la Cuesta. It is believed to be the princeps at the time. First edition produced by the Spanish Royal Academy (Real Academia Española).
1781b Londres B. White et al. Historia del famoso cavallero, Don Quixote de la Mancha Rev. Juan Bowle SPA 3 4to b. Editions A22; A24; A25; A49; A80; S61; G369; RR80-81; P52025; BN58 TAMU
Illustrations: High resolution 600 dpi images.
Description: Extra illustrated edition.
1781-C Londres and Salisbury B. White et al; E. Easton Historia del famoso cavallero, Don Quixote de la Mancha Rev. Juan Bowle SPA 3 4to b. Editions A12; S333; G129; RR442; P52465 TAMU
Illustrations: It includes six engraved title pages (one for each tome), one headpiece in the Dedication, engraved by Page, and a map of Spain, also engraved by Page.
Description: First edition, second issue. This is the first edition of the Quixote with extensive commentary, critical notes and textual variants. Comprised of six tomes bound in three volumes. Copy from the Thomas F. Collison and Elizabeth Mason Collison Cervantes Collection donated by Bob and Malinda Wolter.
1781 Londres; Salisbury B. White et al; E. Easton Historia del famoso cavallero, Don Quixote de la Mancha Rev. John Bowle SPA 3 4to b. Editions A22; A24; A25; A49; A80; S61; G369; RR80-81; P52025; BN58 TAMU
Illustrations: The original edition includes six engraved title pages (one for each tome), one headpiece in the Dedication, engraved by Page, and a map of Spain, also engraved by Page (missing in Cushing's copy; digital image included courtesy of Dan Eisenberg). The copy in our collection is an extra illustrated copy (15 engravings) including one frontis by Henry Thomas Alken (1831), six large plates with Coypel's designs from set Paris: chez Surugue, c1723 (and later years), a large plate by Trémolières (unsigned and undated), two large plates after Coypel from the English set sold by G. Van der Gucht (c. 1725 and later years), two large plates from a 18th century set sold by Antoine Radigues and three large plates after Coypel engraved by Jean Daullé. 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.
Description: First edition, second issue. It is the first edition of the Quixote with extensive commentary, critical notes, and textual variants. Comprised of six tomes bound in three volumes.
1781 (2006) Londres; Salisbury B. White et al; E. Easton Historia del famoso cavallero, Don Quijote de la Mancha Rev. Juan Bowle SPA 3 8vo b. Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Engraved Dedication page and small vignettes at foot of title pages.
Description: Facsimilar edition published by Newark: Juan de la Cuesta, 2006; first republication of Bowle´s 1781 edition. Prepared, with a Preface, by E. Urbina and an Introduction by Daniel Eisenberg. 6 tomes in 3 volumes. Series: Documentación cervantina n. 23.
1782 Madrid Manuel Martín Vida y hechos del ingenioso caballero Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 4 8vo b. Editions A54; S63; G376; RR83; P52026; BN60 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains two vignettes used for four title pages (each one appears twice) after Savery's frontispieces (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657) and 43 vignettes (39; four of them are repeated twice) included in the text at the head of the chapters. Same wooden blocks first used for Madrid: Manuel Martín, 1765 (copied after Madrid: Juan de San Martín, 1741). They are copied after Obregón's illustrations (Madrid: A. García de la Iglesia, 1674) and the engravings in Madrid: Antonio Sanz, 1735. They follow the tradition of Savery (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657 and later editions) and Bouttats (Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-73). "These wood-cuts are rough, crude, and more curious than beautiful" (Ashbee). Río y Rico refers to 44 illustrations, as it says in the title page, but there are only 43. Cushing's copy wanting volume II (one titlepage and 11 illustrations).
Description: Reprint of the Madrid 1765 edition. Cushing has volumes I, III and IV. The text follows second edition Madrid: Juan de la Cuesta, 1605, believed to be the princeps at the time.
1782 Madrid Joaquín Ibarra El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 4 8vo b. Editions A83; S62; P52027; RR82; BN59 Biblioteca Nacional
Illustrations: Has one Cervantes portrait designed by Antonio Carnicero and engraved by Fernando Selma, a large folding map designed and engraved by Tomás López, and 23 chapter illustrations designed by Antonio and Isidro Carnicero and engraved by Fernando Selma (6), Juan Moreno Tejada (2), J. Joaquín Fábregat (4), Francisco Muntaner (3), Simón Brieva (3), Juan Fernando Palomino (1), Joaquín Ballester (3) and Manuel Salvador Carmona (1). "... dibuxos de Don Isidro y Don Antonio Carnicero, Profesores que tienen bien acreditada su habilidad, y para el grabado de los más diestros grabadores [...] parecía conveniente no repetir las [estampas] que se pusieron en la edición grande [Madrid: Ibarra, 1780] creyendo que esta variedad no será desagradable al Público" ("Prólogo de la Academia", p. V). The same illustrations were also included in the third RAE edition (Madrid: Viuda de Ibarra, 1787).
Description: Second edition sponsored by the Spanish Royal Academy. The digital images are from the copy at the Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid (Cerv. Sedó/122-125).
1782 Madrid Por Don Joachín Ibarra Impresor de Camara El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 4 8vo b. Editions A83; S62; P52027; RR82; BN59 TAMU
Illustrations: 1 Cervantes' portrait designed by Antonio Carnicero and engraved by Fernando Selma; 1 large folding map designed and engraved by Tomás López; and 23 chapter illustrations designed by Antonio and Isidro Carnicero and engraved by Fernando Selma (6), Juan Moreno Tejada (2), J. Joaquín Fábregat (4), Francisco Muntaner (3), Simón Brieva (3), Juan Fernando Palomino (1), Joaquín Ballester (3) and Manuel Salvador Carmona (1). "... dibuxos de Don Isidro y Don Antonio Carnicero, Profesores que tienen bien acreditada su habilidad, y para el grabado de los más diestros grabadores [...] parecía conveniente no repetir las [estampas] que se pusieron en la edición grande [Madrid: Ibarra, 1780] creyendo que esta variedad no será desagradable al Público" ("Prólogo de la Academia", p. V). Same illustrations included also in the 3rd edition (Madrid: Viuda de Ibarra, 1787).
Description: 2nd. edition sponsored by the Spanish Royal Academy (RAE), in smaller format than 1780 first edition.
1787 Madrid En la Imprenta de la Academia por la Viuda de Ibarra El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de La Mancha SPA 6 8vo b. Editions A83; S64; P52028; RR84; GG190-191; BN62 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains the same plates as in Madrid: Ibarra, 1782 (2º Spanish Royal Academy edition). Cervantes' portrait designed by Antonio Carnicero and engraved by Fernando Selma; one large folding map designed and engraved by Tomás López; and 23 chapter illustrations designed by Antonio and Isidro Carnicero and engraved by Fernando Selma (6), Juan Moreno Tejada (2), J. Joaquín Fábregat (4), Francisco Muntaner (3), Simón Brieva (3), Juan Fernando Palomino (1), Joaquín Ballester (3) and Manuel Salvador Carmona (1). The title page includes Spanish Royal Academy's emblem (a crucible and inscription "LIMPIA FIXA Y DA ESPLENDOR") "IX. Las láminas son en esta edicion las mismas que en la segunda, inventadas y dibuxadas por Don Isidro y Don Antonio Carnicero, Profesores de acreditada habilidad, y grabadas por los mas diestros grabadores, cuyos nombres se ven en las mismas estampas. Se ha puesto tambien al principio el retrato de Cervantes, copiado de la misma pintura que sirvió para la edición grande [Madrid: Ibarra, 1780], en cuyo prólogo se dió razon de las circunstancias de esta pintura y del modo con que la adquirió la Academia. Últimamente acompaña tambien á esta edicion el mapa que se puso en la grande, que comprehende una gran porcion de España, y en el cual se ven señalados con una linea encarnada los viajes que hizo Don Quixote en sus aventuras" (Prólogo de la Academia, pp. V - VI).
Description: This is the third edition by the Real Academia Española; text as in 1780 edition, with the illustrations from the Madrid 1782 RAE second edition, but now in six vols. instead of four.
1797-1798 Madrid Gabriel de Sancha El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha Juan Antonio Pellicer SPA 5 8vo b. Editions A93; S66; G446; P52030; RR86; GG161-164; BN63 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 contains 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). It has two headpieces designed by Luis Paret and engraved by Juan Moreno Tejada, three maps of DQ's travels ("Demostración de la célebre Cueva de Montesinos..." engraved by Paret; "Plano Geográfico de las Lagunas de Ruidera..." is missing in Cushing's copy between pp. 262 and 263; "Carta Geográfica de los viajes..." designed by Manuel Antonio Rodríguez). It includes a brief history of "DQ" illustrated editions (vol. I, pp. XVII - XXV) and the "Esplicacion de las estampas que contienen los cinco tomos de que consta esta edicion, y lugares donde van colocadas" (vol. V, pp. 427 - 436). Ashbee counts two of Cervantes' portraits and 31 chapter illustrations. Rio Rico counted one portrait, one frontis and 31 chapter illustrations; he does not mention the headpieces. "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). Givanel only refers to 29 chapter illustrations; "nada tienen de extraordinario, pues se limitan a continuar la tradición académica indígena" (Givanel 161-164). These illustrations also appear in Madrid: Casa del Editor, Calle Preciados 68, 1853 (3 frontis + 30 illus. one headpiece). The same three maps can be seen in Madrid: Sancha, 1798 - 1799.
Description: Text from RAE edition, Madrid: J. Ibarra, 1780. Annotated and with a new Vida de Cervantes by Pellicer.
1797 Madrid Imprenta Real El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 6 12mo b. Editions A92; S65; P52029; RR85; BN64 Biblioteca Nacional
Illustrations: Contains a portrait of Cervantes designed by José López Enguídanos and engraved by Tomás López Enguídanos; six headpieces (only four signed by Tomás López Enguídanos); and 48 chapter illustrations designed by Antonio Rodríguez and engraved by Pedro Vicente Rodríguez (8), Tomás López Enguídanos (16), Manuel Albuerne (8), Rafael Esteve Vilella (4), Bartolomé Vázquez (2), Blas Ametller (2), Antonio Vázquez (4), José Vázquez (2) and Mariano Brandi (2). Also in Madrid: Imprenta que fue de Fuentenebro, 1832 (only contains 48 chapter illus).
Description: Life of Cervantes by Manuel José Quintana. Digital images from copy at the Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid (Cerv./432-437; neither the portrait nor the headpieces were scanned, but the copy includes them). See, Óscar Fernández and Fernando González, El Quijote de las Luces. Ilustraciones para la edición de la Imprenta Real (1797-1798), Cuenca, 2004.
1797-1798 Madrid Imprenta Real El ingenioso hidalgo don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 6 16vo b. Editions A92; S65; P52029; RR85; BN64 TAMU
Illustrations: 1 portrait of Cervantes designed by J. López Enguídanos and engraved by Tomás López Enguídanos; 6 headpieces (only 4 signed by Tomás López Enguídanos) and 48 chapter illustrations designed by Antonio Rodríguez and engraved by Pedro Vicente Rodríguez (8), Tomás López Enguídanos (16), Manuel Albuerne (8), Rafael Esteve Vilella (4), Bartolomé Vázquez (2), Blas Ametller (2), Antonio Vázquez (4), José Vázquez (2) and Mariano Brandi (2). Also in Madrid: Imprenta que fue de Fuentenebro, 1832 (only 48 chapter illus).
Description: It includes the Life of Cervantes by Manuel José Quintana in vol. 1. See, Óscar Fernández and Fernando González, El Quijote de las Luces. Ilustraciones para la edición de la Imprenta Real (1797-1798), Cuenca, 2004.
1798-1799 Madrid Gabriel de Sancha El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha compuesto por Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra Juan Antonio Pellicer SPA 8 12mo b. Editions A97; S67; G451; P52031; RR87; BN65 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains an allegorical frontispiece designed by Luis Paret y Alcázar and engraved by Juan Moreno de Tejada; 32 chapter headpieces designed by Luis Paret y Alcázar (14) and Francisco Alcántara (18) and engraved by Juan Moreno Tejada (28) and Blas Ametller (4); and three maps ("Demostración de la célebre Cueva de Montesinos..." engraved by Paret; "Plano Geográfico de las Lagunas de Ruidera..."; "Carta Geográfica de los viajes..." designed by Manuel Antonio Rodríguez). Ashbee indicates that "the designs are very charming, and the engraving delicate and fine". Ashbee does not mentions the three maps. Rico says that the headpieces have been engraved "muy finamente y con mucha gracia y soltura". Rico just mentions 31 headpieces (he counts one less in volume VII). The edition was completed with volume IX (missing in Cushing's copy), where appeared Cervantes' portrait engraved by Juan Moreno de Tejada. According to Ashbee: "The portrait, size 92 by 55 mm, is in an oval frame resting on a base, on which is the name Cervantes; below outside the design we read: IOANNES MORENUS DE TEXADA omnes huius Historiae Lamellas praeter quatuor ab altero scalptas incidit Matriti Aetatis suae anno 60 ac 61". All the illustrations show first time represented episodes or new instances of already represented episodes.
Description: Annotated edition containing one map and two drawings. Follows text from RAE 1780 edition; sometimes together with a vol. IX containing the Vida de Cervantes (1800).
1798-1799b Madrid Gabriel Sancha El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha compuesto por Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra Juan Antonio Pellicer SPA 8 12mo b. Editions A97; S67; G451; P52031; RR87; BN65 TAMU
Illustrations: High resolution 600 dpi images.
Description: 
1804 Berlin Henrique [Enrique] Frölich El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha Luis Ideler SPA 6 8vo b. Editions S71; G487; RR91; P52035; BN67 TAMU
Illustrations: It includes a map newly-engraved by Johann Wilhelm Schleuen after Tomás López's map for Madrid: Ibarra, 1780.
Description: Excellent edition, beautiful types; with notes taken from J. A. Pellicer and J. Bowle; it includes a Life of Cervantes.
1804 Burdeos Juan Pinard El ingenioso hidalgo don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 4 12mo b. Editions P52033 TAMU
Illustrations: 
Description: Text after Madrid 1797 edition, with "Noticia de la vida y de las obras de Cervantes" by Manuel José Quintana.
1804 Madrid En la imprenta de Vega Historia de D. Quixote de la Mancha SPA 6 8vo small b. Editions A410; RR89; S69; P52034 TAMU
Illustrations: 6 illustrated title pages and 20 chapter illustrations engraved by Francisco Miranda (title pages + 6), M. Álvarez (6) and N. Cobo (6) (two unsigned) after Antonio Rodríguez' designs for Madrid: Imprenta Real, 1797 (excepting "DQ's penance", after Isidro and Antonio Carnicero for Madrid: Ibarra, 1782).
Description: Eliminates Dedicatorias and the ´Vida de Cervantes´ by V. de los Ríos. Text follows Madrid: Imprenta Real, 1797.
1808-1814 Barcelona Sierra y Martí Historia del ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha compuesto por Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra SPA 6 12mo b. Editions A109; S74; G503; RR94; P52038; BN70 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains 19 illustrations newly engraved by Manuel Peleguer y Tossar (copper plates) after the plates by F. Miranda and N. Cobo for Madrid: Imprenta de Vega, 1804 (one frontis + 19 illustrations); they are also copies after Antonio Rodríguez' illustrations for Madrid: Imprenta Real, 1797-98 (one portrait, 48 illustrations and six headpieces).
Description: It is a repeat of Madrid: Imprenta de la Vega, 1804.
1808 London Lackington, Allen y Co. El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha, compuesto por Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. Edited by Rdo. Don Felipe Fernández, A.M Felipe Fernández SPA 4 12mo b. Editions S73; RR93; BN71 TAMU
Illustrations: A portrait of Cervantes newly engraved by Henry Meyer, after the one designed by William Kent for the London: Tonson, 1738 edition. Also found in London: Lackington, Allen & Co., 1811 and 1814.
Description: Text follows the Madrid, 1797 Imprenta Real edition; printed by Heney and Haddon.
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