Henrietta Rouviere, later Mosse, was born in Ireland
, probably in Dublin
and probably round about this year.
Henrietta Rouviere's first novel, Lussington Abbey
, in two volumes, appeared under her birth name through the Minerva Press
After 1 October 1807
HRM issued in her birth name and by (mostly Irish) subscription through the Minerva Press
a novel she had been trying to publish for some years: A Peep at our Ancestors. An Historical Romance
, in four volumes.
After late June 1829
According to an advertisement, HRM published the last of her novels, The Blandfords; or, Fate and Fortune
, dedicated to Louisa, Marchioness Cornwallis, who had offered Mosse financial support.
By 19 October 1834
HRM died at her lodgings in 6 Somers Town Terrace
after a paralytic stroke, "in a state of great destitution in a miserable attic." She was buried on the 19th.