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OF THE INGENIOUS GENTLEMAN

' DON QUIXOTE

OF

JUSTIN WINSOR,

CAMBRIDGE, MASS.
LA MANCHA;

TRANSLATED FROM THE SPANISH

BY MOTTEUX.

WITH COPIOUS NOTES; AND AN ESSAY ON THE LIFE

AND WRITINGS OF CERVANTES,

BY JOHN G. LOCKHART, Esq.

IN FOUR VOLUMES.

VOL. III.

BOSTON:
LITTLE, BROWN AND COMPANY,

1864.

HARVARD
UNIVERSITY
LIBRARY
DEC 3 1955

55*24

RIVERSIDE, CAMBRIDGE:

PRINTED BY H. 0. HOUGHTON AND COMPANY

STEREOTYPED BY STONE AND SMART.

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CHAPTER I.
What passed between the Curate, the Barber, and Don

Quixote, concerning his indisposition .

1

CHAPTER II.
Of the memorable Quarrel between Sancho Panza, and Don

Quixote’s Niece and Housekeeper; with other pleasant
Passages

17

CHAPTER III.
The pleasant Discourse between Don Quixote, Sancho

Panza, and the bachelor Samson Carrasco

24

CHAPTER IV.
Sancho Panza satisfies the bachelor Samson Carrasco in his

Doubts and Queries; with other Passages fit to be known
and related

36

CHAPTER V.
The wise and pleasant Dialogue between Sancho Panza,

and Teresa Panza, his wife; together with other Passages
worthy of happy Memory

44

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