Mary Carleton

Mary Carleton (born Mary Moders; 11 January 1642 – 22 January 1673) was an Englishwoman who used false identities, such as a German princess, to marry and defraud a number of men. Provided by Wikipedia

1
by Charlton, Mary
Published 1798
printed at the Minerva Press, for William Lane, Leadenhall-Street
Cover Image

2
by Charlton, Mary
Published 1824
Moore

3
by Charlton, Mary
Published 1824
Moore

4
by Charlton, Mary
Published 1824
Moore

5
by Charlton, Mary
Published 1824
Moore
Cover Image

6
by Charlton, Mary
Published 1797
Lane

7
by Charlton, Mary
Published 1797
Lane

8
by Charlton, Mary
Published 1797
Lane
Cover Image

9
by Charlton, Mary
Published 1798
Lane

10
by Charlton, Mary
Published 1798
Lane

11
by Charlton, Mary
Published 1798
Lane

12
by Charlton, Mary
Published 1798
Lane

13
by Charlton, Mary
Published 1798
Lane
Cover Image

14
by Charlton, Mary
Published 1805
Lane, Newman

15
by Charlton, Mary
Published 1805
Lane, Newman

16
by Charlton, Mary
Published 1805
Lane, Newman
Cover Image

17
by Charlton, Mary
Published 1824
Newman

18
by Charlton, Mary
Published 1824
Newman

19
by Charlton, Mary
Published 1824
Newman

20
by Charlton, Mary
Published 1824
Newman