Mary Charlton entry: Overview screen.
The ascription of MC's birth to this period is likely but far from certain.
By October 1794
MC published, anonymously, her first, two-volume novel with the Minerva Press
, a work à clef
entitled The Parisian; or, Genuine Anecdotes of Distinguished and Noble Characters
Probably June 1799
MC's next work, again with the Minerva Press
, was in a new style for her: the satirical Rosella; or, Modern Occurrences, A Novel
By October 1824
MC published Grandeur and Meanness; or, Domestic Persecution, A Novel
, in which social critique is again well to the fore; it appears to be her last publication.
It is not known where or when MC died, though it was in all probability after the appearance of her last known work in 1824.