Probably well before December 1883
CEH had established a regular column titled Girl's Gossip
under her pen name 'Madge' for the widely-read and politically scandalous British weekly Truth
Later in the same year as her Manners for Men
, Charlotte Eliza Humphry targeted her own sex in Manners for Women
, another popular social etiquette and self-improvement guide.
CEH published, with J. F. Shaw and Co. in London
what appears to have been her last title, Points Worth Noting for Women
. Two editions were called for, but it remains one of her more obscure works.