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The Life and Exploits of the Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote De La Mancha (in 4 Vols.)
London: William Miller, 1801. 1/2 leather. Very Good +. Lavish 1801 translation, bound (by Root & Son of London) in a handsome half-morocco over marbled boards and compete in 4 volumes. Each volume is tight and solid, with very light wear along the spines and a bit of rubbing at the panels. Light, intermittent foxing, otherwise clean as could be internally. Uniform octavos, top-edges gilt. Translated from its original Spanish by Chalres Jarvis, Esq. Very skillful engravings by various artists (including Anker Smith, J. Neagle, Fittler, etc.). Frontispiece engraving of Cervantes by Anker Smith, fold-out "Map of That Part of Spain Which Contains the Travels of Don Quixote" (in Vol. I) present and compeltely intact.
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