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c1750 Paris Unknown A set of Illustrations of the Quixote Jean Daullé FRE 1 F f. Albums and Engravings TAMU
Illustrations: A set of four illustrations after Charles-Antoine Coypel's designs engraved by Jean Daullé. Three of these illustrations are included in Cushing's copy of John Bowle's edition of the Quixote(London, 1781) .
Description: For details 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.
c1750 Paris Chez Radigues rue St. Jacque Engravings for Don Quixote FRE 1 F f. Albums and Engravings A49 TAMU
Illustrations: 2 large engravings with space underneath for title and descriptions in Spanish and French from the set published by A. Radigues in Paris c1750, according to Ashbee.
Description: Plates included as extra illustrations in Cushing's copy of J. Bowle's edition of the Quixote (London, 1781).
c1750 Paris Chez N. J. B. de Poilly, rue St. Jacques a l'Esperance A set of illustrations for the Quixote FRE 1 F f. Albums and Engravings TAMU
Illustrations: A set of 24 large prints (450 x 680 mm) by editor/print seller Nicolas Jean-Baptiste Poilly; unsigned by any designer or engraver (maybe Poilly himself). 21 about Cervantes' Don Quixote; 3 about Robert Challe's Continuation. Most after Bouttats-Savery-Clouzier and Coypel, with inscriptions in French and Spanish.
Description: A very unique and rare set.
1752 London A. Millar The Female Quixote, or, the Adventures of Arabella Charlotte Lennox ENG 2 12mo e. Continuations and Imitations R487 TAMU
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Description: First edition. The dedication is written by Samuel Johnson. Following Don Quixote's example, Arabella goes mad reading translations of French romances. After many adventures, she finds a suitor who, recognizing her delusions, dresses up in a plate of armor to woo her. Cushing has volume I, volume II wanting.
1753 Leipzig Caspar Fritschens sel. Wittwe Des berühmten Ritters Don Quixote von Mancha GER 2 8vo b. Editions A63; R735; RR579-580; P53034 TAMU
Illustrations: Extra-illustrated copy. The original edition only has one illustrated title page designed and engraved by C. F. Boetius (first appeared in Leipzig: Caspar Fritsch, 1734). Cushing's copy lacks title page in volume I. In volume II, the seven illustrations designed by Daniel-Nicolas Chodowiecki and engraved by Daniel Berger have been included taken from the German edition of the Calender (Berlin: 1771). Four illustrations about Cervantes' Don Quixote and three about Filleau de Saint-Martin/Challe's Continuation.
Description: This is a reprint of the 1734 Leipzig edition.
1754 Paris Chez David, Pere Histoire de l'admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche FRE 6 12mo b. Editions S558; P52738 TAMU
Illustrations: 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. 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: Not in Rius.
1755 Amsterdam y Lipsia Arkstée & Merkus Vida y hechos del ingenioso Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 4 8vo small b. Editions S49; P52016 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes 1 portrait of Cervantes after William Kent´s (London: Tonson, 1738) newly engraved by Jacob Folkema (same plate first published for Novelas Exemplares, Haya: J. Neaulme, 1739), and 24 illustrations copied after Charles-Antoine Coypel's designs (Paris: Surugue, 1723 and later years) and engraved by Jacob Folkema (12), Simon Fokke (8) and Pieter Tanjé (4); same plates with captions in Spanish first published for La Haye: P. Gosse & A. Moetjens, 1744.
Description: Volumes individually boxed and rebound 19th c. leather, with ex-libris of Biblioteca de Feliciano Ramírez de Arellano, Marquis of Fuensanta del Valle and Angel Uriarte. Inscription by the Marques de Santa María on frontis. Includes the "Vida de Cervantes" by Mayans (1738) in vol. I, and eliminates the Dedications as in the 1744 La Haya edition.
1755 London A. Millar, et al. The History and Adventures of the Renowned Don Quixote Tobias Smollett ENG 2 4to large b. Editions A51; S356; G283; RR453; P52485; GG130-134 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains 28 illustrations by Francis Hayman (one frontis + 27 chapter illustrations) engraved by Charles Grignion (12), Simon François Ravenet (8), Gérard Scotin (6), and Johann Sebastien Müller (2), after a special series of drawings now in the print collection of the British Museum. The same drawings were newly-engraved by G. V. Neist in a smaller format for the second edition (1761), third (1765), fourth (1770), fifth (1782) editions, and for London: W. Longman, 1786. Givanel only mentions 25 illustrations.
Description: First edition of Tobias Smollett´s translation. A splendid edition, with armorial ex libris.
1755 Venezia Guglielmo Zerletti Vita e azioni dell’Ingegnoso Cittadino D. Chisciotte della Mancia Lorenzo Franciosini Fiorentino ITA 4 8vo b. Editions S824; G284; RR422 TAMU
Illustrations: Vignetted engraving in title pages, with the lemma, "La felicita delle lettere".
Description: Fifth edition in Italian, "corrected", with notes taken from the London: Tonson, 1738 edition, and an abridged translation of the Life of Cervantes by Mayans. Cushing has Part I (1605) only. Contains two volumes in one.
1756 London J. and R. Tonson, S. Drapper and R. and J. Dodsley The Life and Exploits of the Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote de la Mancha Charles Jarvis ENG 2 4to large b. Editions S357; G286; P52486; A410 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains an allegorical frontispiece and 67 chapter illustrations designed by John Vanderbank (frontis + 66) and William Hogarth (1) and engraved by Gerard van der Gucht (frontis + 61), Bernard Baron (1), George Vertue (1) and Claude du Bosc (4); and a portrait of Cervantes designed by William Kent and engraved by George Vertue. Has the same plates as in London: Tonson, 1738 Spanish edition (in 1738 there was also a tailpiece designed by John Vanderbank and engraved by P.F., but not re-used now) and London: Tonson, 1742 English edition. Also with ornamental initials, head and tailpieces. Ashbee only refers to 28 copper plates.
Description: Third edition of Jarvis' translation, second in 4to., with the Life of Cervantes by Mayans.
1757 Francfort Chez J. F. Bassompierre, Pére & Fils Histoire de l'admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche Filleau de Saint-Martin FRE 4 12mo b. Editions A52; S560; P52744; RR324 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a frontispiece and 24 chapter illustrations newly-engraved by Johann Michael Eben after Charles-Antoine Coypel's designs. Also for La Haye: Bassompierre, 1768.
Description: It follows the 1750 edition by the same publisher (with same illustrations but engraved by Demeuse) and the Amsterdam 1735 edition. Cushing's copy in 4 vols. In the copies with six volumes, volumes V and VI include eight illustrations about Saint-Martin and Challe's Continuation.
1759 Lausanne Chez Marc-Mic. Bousquet & Comp. Nouvelles exemplaires L'Abbé S. Martin de Chassonville FRE 2 12mo a. Editions P53534 TAMU
Illustrations: Frontispiece with portrait of Cervantes and 13 illustrations by Folkema, engraved by Gentot, Aveline and Doudet.
Description: Same as 1744 edition by Bousquet; 13 novels, including "Les deux amantes," and a brief "Vie de Michel de Cervantes." Ex libris "Edmvndi Caroli VVendt. Acquired with the support of the Lynn Holleran and Chuck Bowman Cervantes Endowment.
c1760 Madrid A costa de Don Pedro Joseph Alonso y Padilla Historia de los muy nobles, y valientes cavalleros, Oliveros de Castilla, y Artus de Algarve, y de sus maravillosas, y grandes hazañas Pedro de la Floresta SPA 1 8vo a. Sources P200861 TAMU
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Description: This is a Spanish translation of 15th c. romance Olivier de Castille et Arthus d´Algarbe by Philippe Camus. According to Palau, c1760, and Heredia c1735. It is bound in vellum.
1762 Barcelona Juan Jolis Vida, y hechos del ingenioso cavallero D. Quixote de la Mancha SPA 4 12mo b. Editions A36; S51; G247; RR70; P52017; BN47 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains 43 unsigned illustrations, the same wooden blocks first cut for Barcelona: Juan Jolis, 1755, copied after Madrid: Antonio Sanz, 1735. There are really 38: five are repeated twice for different episodes. Most of them after Diego de Obregón's illustrations (Madrid: A. García de la Iglesia, 1674). They follow the tradition of Savery (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657) and Bouttats (Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-73).
Description: This is a reprint of the Barcelona 1755 edition, also by Jolis. The text is after the Bruselas 1662 edition.
1764 London C. Hitch, et al. Hudibras, in three parts; Written in the Time of the Late Wars: Corrected and Amended Samuel Butler Zachary Grey ENG 2 8vo e. Continuations and Imitations R467 TAMU
Illustrations: Frontispiece portrait of Butler by G. Soest, engraved by G. Vertue (dated 1744), and 16 copper plates by William Hogarth engraved by J. Mynde, five folding.
Description: This is a second edition, "corrected and amended", with a Preface and extensive notes by Zachary Grey. A satire in verse against puritan extremism, imitating the Quixote; the first edition was published in London, 1663.
1765 London T. Osborne et al. The History and Adventures of the Renowned Don Quixote Tobias Smollett ENG 4 12mo b. Editions A53; S360; RR455 and 456; P52489 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains one frontispiece and 27 chapter illustrations copied and newly engraved in reduced format by G. V. Neist after Francis Hayman's designs for London: Millar, 1755 (first edition). Has the same plates first engraved for London: T. Osborne, 1761 (second edition); and then in 1770 (fourth), and 1782 (fifth).
Description: Third edition. It is a reprint of the second edition, London 1761; rebound in 19th century half calf.
1766 Edinburgh A. Donaldson The History of the Renowned Don Quixote de la Mancha P. Motteux, as revised by Ozell ENG 4 12mo b. Editions P52491 TAMU
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Description: Very rare. Cushing's copy signed by George Paton, Scottish bibliographer and collector, and with ex libris of Patrick Staton; notes taken from Jarvis, Oudin, Sobrino, Pineda, etc.
1766 London J. and R. Tonson and J. Dodsley The Life and Exploits of the ingenious gentleman Don Quixote de la Mancha Charles Jarvis ENG 4 12vo large b. Editions A55; S361; P52490; RR457 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a frontispiece and 30 chapter illustrations (31 numbered plates) after John Vanderbank's designs for Tonson: London, 1738; 24 plates (1-10, 12, 16-19, 21-24, 26, and 28-31) are those newly-engraved in reduced size (8vo) by Gerard van der Gucht for London: Tonson, 1749, and, to fit 12vo large format in this edition, 10 mm. have been erased in each plate by side (5 mm. at each side, or 10 mm. at one); seven plates (11, 13-15, 20, 25, and 27) newly-engraved for this edition, maybe by Gerard van der Gucht (all unsigned).
Description: Fourth edition published by Tonson of Jarvis' translation, with the "poetical parts by another hand".
1766-C London Tonson The Life and Exploits of the ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote de La Mancha. Charles Jarvis ENG 4 8vo b. Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a frontispiece and 30 chapter illustrations (31 numbered plates) after John Vanderbank's designs for Tonson: London, 1738; 24 plates (1-10, 12, 16-19, 21-24, 26, and 28-31) are those newly-engraved in reduced size (8vo) by Gerard van der Gucht for London: Tonson, 1749, and, to fit 12vo large format in this edition, 10 mm. have been erased in each plate by side (5 mm. at each side, or 10 mm. at one); seven plates (11, 13-15, 20, 25, and 27) newly-engraved for this edition, maybe by Gerard van der Gucht (all unsigned).
Description: Second copy complete, part of the Thomas F. Collison and Elizabeth Mason Collison Cervantes Collection donated by Bob and Malinda Wolter.
1767 Sevilla Imprenta del Dr. Don Gerónimo de Castilla Vida y empressas literarias del ingeniosissimo caballero Don Quixote de la Manchuela Christoval Anzarena SPA 1 8vo e. Continuations and Imitations R2:436; RR983 TAMU
Illustrations: none
Description: Only Part I is published. Early imitation of the Quixote in which the new knight Don Quixote de la Manchuela, named Cirilo Panarra, visits Madrid and La Mancha in search of the descendents of the "ingenioso hidalgo."
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