A Description of Bath, whose chief interest is the way it functions as part of a local tourist economy. Her minor poems show her to have been independent-minded, witty, and trenchant. They include comic narrative, defence of the single life, and an epitaph for herself. She also wrote to write a theological text and a biblical paraphrase, which are not known to survive.
, writing in the earlier eighteenth century, became famous for a single poem, the