2 April 1731
Catharine Sawbridge (later CM) was born at her father's estate of Olantigh
, in the parish of Wye
CM published the second volume of her History of England
, again 'for the author', through J. Nourse.
By February 1767
CM published volume three of her History of England, From the Accession of James I
, with a subtitle that reads "to the Elevation of the House of Hanover."
Weekly serial publication of CM's History of England
began, to make it accessible to readers who could not afford to buy the volumes.
By February 1781
Not much more than two years after her second marriage, CM published volumes six and seven of her History of England
, with a subtitle that reads "To the Revolution."
By March 1783
CM ended her History of England
("this long narration of national evils and national follies")
with an eighth volume.
By September 1790
CM published Letters on Education. With Observations on Religious and Metaphysical Subjects
; its section on metaphysics incorporated much of her Treatise on the Immutability of Moral Truth
22 June 1791
CM died at Binfield
, after being seriously (and painfully) ill since April.