Pamphlets and Books

Cursory Remarks on an Enquiry into the Expediency and Propriety of Public or Social Worship: inscribed to Gilbert Wakefield, B.A., late fellow of Jesus-College, Cambridge. 2nd ed., with a Postscript. London: T. Knott, No. 47 Lombard Street, 1792.  

Letters and Essays, Moral and Miscellaneous. London: T. Knott, 1793. 

Memoirs of Emma Courtney. London: G. G. and J. Robinson, 1796.

Appeal to the Men of Great Britain in behalf of Women.  London: J. Johnson and J. Bell, 1798. 

The Victim of Prejudice. London: J. Johnson, 1799.

Female Biography. 6 vols. London: Richard Phillips, 1803.  

Harry Clinton. A Tale for Youth. London:  J. Johnson, 1804.

Smith, Charlotte. The History of England, from the Earliest Records to the Peace of Amiens. In a Series of Letters to a Young Lady at School, 3 vols. London: R. Phillips, 1806. Mary Hays wrote volume 3. 

Historical Dialogues for Young Persons. 3 vols. London: Printed for J. Johnson, St. Paul’s Churchyard; and J. Mawman, Poultry, 1806-07. [Each volume appeared separately; vol. 1 in 1806, vols. 2 and 3 at different times in 1807. Volume 1 was printed by Joyce Gold, in Shoe-Lane.]

The Brothers; or, Consequences: A Story of What Happens Every Day; Addressed to that Most Useful Part of the Community, the Labouring Poor. London: Button and Son, 1815; London and Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1818; Dublin: W. Espy, 1820.  Attached to the last two editions is "A Short Essay on Savings Banks," unsigned; the "Postscript" by Hays in the 1815 edition is not attached to the 1818 and 1820 editions.

Family Annals, or The Sisters. London: Printed for W. Simpkin and R. Marshall, Stationers’ Court, Ludgate Street, 1817.   

Memoirs of Queens: Illustrious and Celebrated. London: T. and J. Allman, Booksellers to Her Majesty, Prince’s Street, Hanover-Square, 1821.