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The Life and Notable Adventures of that Renown'd Knight Don Quixote de la Mancha. [...] translated into Hudibrastick Verse. Part I. (London: T. Norris/ A. Bettesworth/ J. Harding/ J. Woodward, 1711).


THE| LIFE| AND| Notable Adventures| OF THAT| Renown'd Knight| Don Quixote| De la MANCHA.| [rule]| Merrily Translated into Hudibrastick Verse.| [rule]| By EDWARD WARD.| [rule]| VOL. I| LONDON:| Printed for T. NORRIS at the Looking-Glass,| and A. BETTESWORTH at the Red-Lyon| on London-Bridge; J. HARDING at the| upper-end of St. Martin's-Lane; and Sold| by J. WOODWARD in Scalding-Alley, over-|against Stocks-Market. M DCC XI.


Frontispiece [reprint 1710]/ titlepage/ 7 pp. dedication: John Cass, Alderman of the City of London/ 3 pp. preface/ [4] pp. dedicatory poems/ p.1-[4]75/ [2] pp. Contents/ 2: titlepage (London: T. Norris/ A. Bettesworth/ J. Harding/ J. Woodward/ E. Curl/ R. Gosting, 1712)/ [2] pp. dedication: John Cass/ [2] pp. Contents/ p.1-477/ p.[478-80] books published by T. Norris, A. Bettesworth & J. Woodward/ 8.


{L: 1078.h.8} {L: Cerv.249} {L: G.18961,62}

Bibliographical reference:

ESTC: t006626

History of Publication

[Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de], Don Quixote, 1 (1605).


5 s. [cf. advertisement for both vols. in sold for 10 s. in {L: 12330.ccc.36}]


p.A4v: "Poem". p.A5v: "Hudibrastick Poem"


Ward, p.A5r: Cervantes is as important as Butler - as the translation into Hudibrastick verse will prove.