London: Printed for F. Wingrave, 1797; 1800. Wraps. Early Spanish grammar, belonging to Samuel Kellogg Junior, who fought in the American Revolutionary War, and was personally acquainted with George Washington having been invited to the inauguration in 1789. Kellogg (1755 - 1839) was a well educated and inventive clothier, having patented a cloth shearing machine which ran on water power.
The grammar includes "useful Examples of Mercantile Correspondence" possibly of use to Kellogg . With Kellogg's signature and "Hartford" at the upper right title page, as well as two S. Kellogg Jr. stamps at the title page. English and Spanish on opposite pages with duplicate numbering. 8vo, viii, 383pp. Decorative embossed brown paper wrappers, ca. 1900 suggesting that the volume was originally bound in stiff paper wrappers. OCLC: 32221825
[with] The Adventures of Telemachus, The Son of Ulysses, Volume I. Cork : Printed and sold by James Haly, Bookseller, Exchange. James Haly was publisher of the "Hibernian Chronicle" later called the "Cork Mercantile Chronicle", which espoused the views and became the mouthpiece of Daniel O'Connell, the Irish political leader known as 'the Liberator'. The text goes through Book 12 of Telemachus. This volume with English and French on opposite pages with duplicate numbering. Bound in the same decorative embossed brown paper wrappers as the Spanish grammar belonging to Kellogg, and so likely of the same provenance. OCLC: 819588175. Very good overall. Item #20035