Late June 1767
Anna Aikin (later ALB) wrote "On Mrs P—
's Leaving Warrington
", one of her earliest important surviving poems, which she threw into the carriage that was to carry the Priestleys away to Joseph
's new position at Leeds.
12 February 1812
ALB published her longest poem, a controversial and important analysis of the current state of the nation, of recent history, politics, and war: Eighteen Hundred and Eleven
ALB sent the Monthly Repository
two poems which were her last publications and probably her last literary writing. An address to the new year, 1823, looks forward; and Lines Written at the Close of the Year
9 March 1825
ALB died at Stoke Newington
of a general decline in health complicated by asthma.