1748 or 1749
Mary Clarke, later MLCC, was born, an only daughter.
By mid August 1796
Mary Champion de Crespigny published her only novel, The Pavilion
, in four volumes, with the Minerva Press
The conservative Lady's Monthly Museum
carried an adaptation by the miscellaneous writer Mary Pilkington
: "Emma: or, A Tale of Woe. Abridged from Mrs. Crespigny's Letters to her Son, and Founded on Fact".