Probably 1597; before autumn 1602
The teenage Elizabeth Tanfield made a translation, "The mirror of the Worlde translated / Out of French into Englishe / by E. T.", from the geographer Abraham Ortelius.
Elizabeth Cary Falkland's Reply of the Most Illustrious Cardinall of Perron
appeared in print at Douai
: the only part of her translation from Cardinal Perron to be published.
Elizabeth Cary, Lady Falkland, died of tuberculosis, in the Catholic
religion, and in her daughter's words "without any agony quietly as a child, being wholly spent by her disease."