16 December 1762
Mary Stephens Davies (who later acted as Mary Wells and later again called herself LS) was born in Birmingham
15 April 1785 The Fool
, a farce by Edward Topham
, lover of Mary Wells (later LS), had some help from her in its writing.
Mary Wells (later LS), at Brighton
, publicly announced her intention of publishing her Memoirs
, by subscription, in four volumes.
LS, divorced from her second husband
, was working seriously on the account which became her Memoirs
LS was granted a licence for a play and entertainment (not identified) to be performed at the Haymarket
. Nothing more, however, was heard of it.
23 January 1829
LS died in London
, in her sixties.