Standard Name: Carleton, Mary
Birth Name: Mary Moders
Self-constructed Name: Maria van Wolway
Married Name: Mary Stedman
Married Name: Mary Day
Nickname: The German Princess
Married Name: Mary Carleton
Self-constructed Name: Madam Carlton
London in the Restoration years, was at some level or other a confidence trickster or woman living on her wits. When she stood trial and became the subject of pamphlet controversy, she proved herself equal to joining in with several pieces of autobiographical and legalistic self-vindication, which show her possessed of skills very close to those of writers of fiction, travel writing, or romance., who was active in
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Carleton, Mary. A True Account of the Tryal of Mrs. Mary Carlton. Charles Moulton, 1663.
Carleton, Mary. A Vindication of a Distressed Lady. 1663.
Carleton, Mary. An Historical Narrative of the German Princess. Charles Moulton, 1663.
Carleton, Mary. The Arraignment, Tryal and Examination of Mary Moders, otherwise Stedman, now Carleton. N. Brook, 1663.
Carleton, Mary. The Case of Madam Mary Carleton. Samuel Speed and Henry Marsh, 1663.