She dedicated the volume to Penelope Loveday née Forrest
, since 21 September 1756 the third wife of John Loveday
the elder, 1711-89, of Caversham near Reading, a remarkable philologist, antiquary, and book collector.
Latter, Mary. The Miscellaneous Works, in Prose and Verse. C. Pocock, 1759.
The title-page has a quotation from John Gay
about the outspoken integrity of the poet (as contrasted with courtiers).
Latter, Mary. Liberty and Interest. James Fletcher, 1764.
A copy was offered for sale in late twentieth century by C. R. Johnson