At the age of eighteen, MJJ published her first work, the poem "Curiosity and Scandal", in the Coventry Herald
MJJ published a volume of novellas entitled The Three Histories
; many reflect the conflict between her role as writer and that prescribed for women.
27 August 1831
published MJJ's essay on the literary career of Jane Austen
, thought to be the first substantial, formal, printed comment on her work by a woman.
4 October 1833
MJJ died of cholera at Poona
, fourteen months after her marriage.