24 March 1772
Addressing Samuel Hallifax in the London Chronicle
, AJ (as 'Priscilla') told him, "invectives may harden the heart, but can never enlighten the understanding; no difficulty was ever solved by abuse."
21 December 1783-24 March 1784
AJ's personal correspondence with John Cartwright
(author of the Wilkesite Give us our Rights!
, 1782) expresses her views on the party struggles and constitutional crisis of this period.
2 November 1811
The latest letter of AJ's that Meadley
printed, written ten weeks before her death, expresses continuing anguish over "this detestable war".